Charity registered in Scotland SC042646
Forward Coupar Angus seeks to appoint a newly created post of Administrative Officer to join our small team. The role is part time for an initial period up until 31/03/22. The postholder will be responsible for organising and overseeing a range of general day to day administrative tasks within Forward Coupar Angus. The role will also provide administrative support to various projects, in particular activities associated with engagement and consultation initiatives involving our community and organisational partners.
Applicants requiring further information can contact Forward Coupar Angus via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Forward Coupar Angus (FCA), the Development Trust in the small Perthshire town of Coupar Angus wishes to appoint a General Manager to oversee the running of the Trust. This exciting new position will require the post holder to work with FCA directors and employees on a number of interesting projects, many of which are related to reducing the carbon footprint of Coupar Angus. A self motivated appointee with a general interest in community is required. The General Manager will report to the Board of FCA. The roles of the General Manager are described in the accompanying Job Description.
Background:The Coupar Angus Cycling Hub is here to get people of all ages and abilities on bikes. For the past 5 years we have been promoting the use of active travel for various reasons. One of our main objectives is to reduce peoples carbon footprint by encouraging more journeys to be done by bike and on foot. This exciting new role at the Hub will help us to increase the awareness of active travel opportunities and facilities available to people locally that will encourage people out of the car and use active travel in their day to day lives.
The active travel coordinator will engage with people who commute to and
from Coupar Angus for work. The aim of the project will be to increase active travel levels for commuting. The role will involve establishing connections with local businesses then offering active travel training programmes for staff throughout the year. In conjunction to this, active travel challenges will be designed and run. They will work alongside the cycling development
officer to run an active travel festival and develop a business festival legacy partnership.
A full Job Description is available for download below.