Assistant Campaigns Manager (Part time) - Stop Climate Chaos Scotland
Salary: Circa £21,000 pro rata 2.5 to 3 days a week (negotiable, flexibility considered).
Closing date: 10 May 2017
Interviews: 17th May
SCCS is a diverse coalition of organisations campaigning together on climate change and have an exciting opportunity for an individual with experience of administration, organisation and communications to work at the heart of Scotland’s largest civil society coalition. You will help coordinate and manage the coalition and deliver activities to promote and support local, national and international action on climate change.
For more details, including how to apply, see goodmoves website here.
Honorary Treasurer – Butterfly Conservation
Part time: flexible
Salary: Voluntary role, reimbursement of expenses on BC business will be made
Location: Mostly home working but with an expectation to attend meetings as detailed below
Closing Date: Noon, 17th May 2017
In addition to the statutory duties of a Trustee the role of the Treasurer is to maintain an overview of Butterfly Conservation’s affairs, ensuring its financial viability and ensuring that proper financial records and procedures are maintained. The Treasurer should possess the following qualities in addition to those needed by all Trustees.
Financial experience and business planning skills
The skill to create and interpret Management Accounts
The skills to analyse proposals and examine their financial consequences
A willingness to be available to give financial advice and answer enquiries from staff or volunteers on an ad hoc basis
Location and Meetings: The majority of contact with Head Office will be via telephone or email. The Treasurer is required to attend meetings held approximately four times a year at Head Office in Dorset and twice a year in London. The Treasurer is required to attend all Council meetings held three times a year, with two meetings in London (July and November) and a two day Strategic Weekend in March held in Dorset. The Treasurer is required to attend our Annual General Meeting held in November. Each year the location changes to reach members from all parts of the country.
For more information see Butterfly Conservation website or follow the link HERE.
EDITOR, SCENES – Scottish Environment News
Part Time, flexible
Salary: The post is self-funded by incoming subscriptions, with no external funding (contact Sue Fenton for more detail)
Location: Home working
Closing Date: Open
A part-time editor and publisher required for SCENES, Scottish Environment News. SCENES is a monthly, independent news digest, covering all aspects of the Scottish environment, which launched in 1988. It is based solely on published material and contains only news with no editorial comment or opinion (or advertising). SCENES is for anyone with an interest in the land and sea, whether professional or amateur. It is available by annual electronic or print subscription. See their website: www.scenes.scot
The current editor is retiring after 16 years; the changeover date is (relatively) flexible.
For further information/informal chat, please call Sue Fenton 01852 300545, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org