Project: Facilitation for Scotland Inquiry Term
1 year freelance contract (with option to extend)
Place of work: Home working (must be Scotland-based)
Reports to: Lead Places Researcher / Co-Chairs (see Governance below)
Responsible for: Coordination of Scotland Inquiry (see Key Responsibilities below)
Contract Value: £20,000-25,000 (inclusive of any applicable VAT) over the contract’s length.
Deadline for applications: COP Monday 18th January 2021
Start date: w/c 1st February 2021 (subject to agreement)
Full details can be found on their website here – https://ffcc.co.uk/news-and-press/facilitatorscotland
The newly established Environmental Rights Centre for Scotland (ERCS) is seeking to recruit a Treasurer to join our Board of Trustees and drive forward our vision of a Scotland where every person’s right to live in a healthy environment is fully realised.
The Board of Trustees has collective responsibility for the overall governance of ERCS, the determination of ERCS’s strategy, business plan and organisational policy. The day-to-day management and operational work of the organisation is delegated to the development manager and her small team.
The specific role of the Treasurer is to provide financial oversight and guidance to the Board. You will have an accountancy qualification, appropriate knowledge and the capacity to spend additional time on detailed finance matters.
There is no remuneration; however, all necessary travel and out of pocket expenses will be reimbursed. Previous board-level experience would be beneficial.
If you feel you have the passion, experience and time to commit, please contact Shivali Fifield, Development Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 07395 652434 for an informal discussion.
Our recruitment pack includes an application form, trustees’ roles and responsibilities, our business plan and constitution. To download and apply, visit our website at: https://www.ercs.scot/news/treasurer-board-of-trustees/.
Hours: Full time, 37.5 hours per week (30 hours per week considered)
Contract type: Permanent
Closing date: 10 January 2021
Interviews: expected to take place: online, 19th January 2021
The Soil Association, formed in 1946, is the only UK charity which works across the spectrum of human health, the environment and animal welfare. That’s because we cannot tackle these issues in isolation.
We campaign for change, we support farming innovation, we serve healthy food in communities, we support and grow the organic market and we protect forests. We couldn’t do any of this without our supporters, partners, donors and dedicated staff. We make a difference in the world where it’s needed the most.
About the opportunity
This is an exciting opportunity to lead the Soil Association’s policy advocacy in Scotland on farming and land use, at a pivotal moment as we move beyond the Brexit transition period. The Soil Association is collaborating widely to build a policy framework that can support a ten-year transition to agroecology and sustainable land use. This role will be instrumental in building networks and influence in Scotland to achieve that goal, working closely with the UK Policy Unit and the Director of Soil Association Scotland.
Full information can be found on their website via the following link – Head of Policy, Scotland
Job Title: Climate Change Officer
Hours of Work: Part-time -21 hours per week (possibility of increased hours depending on funding)
Salary: £26000 PA (£15,600 pro-rata) + 4% employer pension contribution
Length of Contract: Fixed Term to 30th June 2022 (possibility of extension depending on continued funding).
CEMVO Scotland is a national intermediary organization and strategic partner of the Scottish Government with the aim of building the capacity of the ethnic minority voluntary sector and its communities.
We are seeking a person with extensive knowledge of climate change issues with the ability to engage with, and contribute effectively to environmental decision making processes and policy development.
The ideal candidate, regardless of background, should have a good understanding / appreciation of race equality issues to enable the person to empathise with ethnic minority communities, and to use that knowledge to help mainstream environmental agencies / stakeholders to recognize and address environmental mainstreaming of race / equalities.
For an application pack, please email: email@example.com
Closing Date for Applications: Wednesday 20th January @ 12.00pm.
Are you a talented freelance comms specialist? The Alliance for Scotland’s Rainforest needs you to help raise the profile of this globally important habitat to key target audiences in 2021.
Deadline for proposals 9am, Tue 12 January.
More information Here
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