Development Trusts Association Scotland
Development Trusts Association Scotland

Charity registered in Scotland SC034231

DTA Scotland is an independent, member-led organisation which aims to promote, support and represent development trusts in Scotland. Established in 2003, DTA Scotland now has over 250 development trust members – community-led organisations using a combination of enterprise and creativity to improve the quality of life for local people in urban, rural and island communities across Scotland. In 2016, DTA Scotland converted to a SCIO (Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation) - No.SC034231.

Closed vacancies
This vacancy has now closed

Community Ownership Support Service Adviser

  • Part time
  • £33,067 – £34,884 pro-rata
  • Forres - covering Highland, Aberdeenshire and Moray
  • Closing 18th April 2019

The Community Ownership Support Service (COSS), delivered by the Development Trusts Association Scotland, is funded by the Scottish Government to support the sustainable transfer of public assets into community ownership. This adviser-led service covers Scotland, providing a range of services for community groups from one-to-one advice at every stage of the asset transfer process, access to expert help and networking and training opportunities.

This role offers the opportunity to be part of a multidisciplinary team with colleagues from a range of backgrounds including community development, training and development, business and regeneration. For this post we are seeking someone who comes with a strong background in business development; either as an adviser or with practical experience of developing community enterprises.

For further information or an informal discussion about the post, please feel free to contact Linda Gillespie - 0131 225 2080

This vacancy has now closed

Development Officer

  • Full time
  • £33,397 – £35,233
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 19th July 2019

This post is based in Edinburgh, and involves the provision of advice and support to DTAS members in receipt of Investing in Communities grant funding (capacity building element).