Scottish Environment LINK
Scottish Environment LINK

Charity registered in Scotland SC000296

Scottish Environment LINK is the network for Scotland’s third sector, environmental organsations. It is a membership organisation, with over 35 constituent bodies and a collective membership of around half a million people. LINK members work together to champion the development of a sustainable Scotland. LINK is a Scottish Charity SC000296 and a Scottish Company SC250899.

Current vacancies

Campaign Coordinator

  • Part time
  • £24,000 – £26,000 pro-rata
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 22nd November 2018

LINK is recruiting for a Campaign Coordinator, the Coordinator will advise on and coordinate the development, delivery and monitoring of core LINK campaigning during 2019. Supported by LINK’s Advocacy Manager and working to a steering group drawn from the LINK network, the Coordinator will also organise the engagement of LINK members in the activity and maintain campaign media profile.

The successful candidate will have managed the delivery of successful campaigns. They will have excellent communication skills, strong understanding of network organisations, enthusiasm and flexibility and will enjoy working as part of a team. LINK campaigning involves multiple NGOs in helping people to voice concerns and seek positive political action on major issues facing Scotland’s environment.

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Top job! Chief Officer

  • Full time
  • £38,000 – £45,000
  • Based in Perth
  • Closing 27th September 2018

Scotland’s third sector environmental network is recruiting a new Chief Officer as the present post-holder moves on. This is an exciting opportunity to manage a diverse and vibrant network and to support its onward development.

We are seeking an experienced and motivated person, who appreciates the nature of partnership working, thrives on demand, is skilled in leading and supporting a team, an excellent organizer and an adept communicator. The successful applicant will be educated to degree level or equivalent, with well-developed analytical and planning abilities, knowledge and understanding of financial systems, fundraising and experience in operating budgets. They will have good working knowledge of Scottish and UK political contexts and structures; and awareness of the environmental policy landscape at Scottish, UK and international levels.

This is a dynamic and rewarding position requiring energy, patience, imagination and drive.

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