Scottish Rural Action are recruiting a National Co-ordinator
This is a unique and exciting opportunity for the right person to play a key role in taking Scottish Rural Action forward into the next stages of the development of the Scottish rural movement. SRA and the Rural Parliament are already well established as a key part of the rural scene. The next stage of our work will build on this, working with rural communities across Scotland and with partner organisations and Government. It will mark an important period of change in SRA, as we re-structure to address this.
Are you interested? Do you know someone who may be? Are you passionate about the future of rural Scotland? Do you have a track record of organisation and project management? Do you have experience of working in partnership with a range of organisations at local or national levels? If so, this post presents a unique and very exciting opportunity to help develop a co-ordinated movement for rural Scotland.
More information about the post can be found HERE.
You can view and download the full job description HERE.
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Application Deadline: 5pm on Friday January 24, 2020.
If you wish to discuss this post, please phone: 01381 600736
This post is part-funded by the Scottish Government
Further information about the work of Scottish Rural Action is
available on www.sra.scot and www.scottishruralparliament.org.uk
Please note, we are issuing information about this vacancy through a number of different email contact lists, so some people may receive it more than once.
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