Cairngorms National Park
Cairngorms National Park
The Cairngorms National Park is an iconic landscape, home to over 18,000 people and attracting 1.92 million visitors every year, and it is our duty, along with many others, to look after and enhance this special place for the people of Scotland. Along with delivering our two statutory duties of planning and outdoor access, we provide a number of services to support the Park’s businesses, land owners and local communities.

Current vacancies

Equality Advisory Forum Members

  • Management Board
  • Unpaid
  • Grantown on Spey
  • Closing 8th December 2021

At Cairngorms National Park Authority we have an ambitious programme of delivering transformational change as we tackle the climate emergency and nature crisis and strive to be the best small public sector organisation in Scotland.

We know we can only do this if we are fully inclusive and representative of all our visitors, staff and communities. We have a strong foundation in equality and inclusion coupled with a proud history of developing a Park for All but we also know we can do better and aspire to lead the way locally and nationally in our sector.

We are inviting expressions of interest for members to join our Equality and Inclusion Advisory Panel to support us in our journey to create a fully inclusive Park Authority. We want members who have background knowledge and experience in equality and diversity and who can give us evidence based advice on best practice so we can truly deliver the best for our visitors, communities and staff across all protected characteristics.

Who are you?

You have a passion for equality and diversity and a desire to influence organisational strategy. You will have experience of delivering equality approaches for protected and disadvantaged groups either in your work or voluntary roles. You’ll know how to signpost to best equality practice and challenge us to improve. You may be looking for some experience working with National Parks or public sector organisations at a strategic level.

Our panel is currently under represented in Race, Religion and Transgender protected characteristics and we would encourage applications from candidates with professional or personal knowledge, skills and experience in these areas.

Commitment

We want people to give advice and guidance through a virtual forum which meets ten times a year as well as providing support outside of scheduled meeting. The overall commitment is no more than 5 hours a month. This is a voluntary role however all reasonable expenses incurred will be covered.

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Communications Coordinator (Publications & Interpretation)

  • Full time
  • £26,598 – £31,115
  • Grantown on Spey
  • Closing 2nd June 2021

Are you looking for a unique opportunity to work in one of the most amazing places in the world?

The Cairngorms National Park is one of the country’s most spectacular landscapes. Renowned for its mountains, it has at its centre a montane plateau higher than 1000m, it also has extensive native pine forests, extensive moorland and a rich and diverse cultural landscape along its straths and glens. With its strong local music scene, some fantastic locally produced food and drink and it’s abundance of outdoor pursuits the Cairngorms National Park is a very special place to live and work.

We have an exciting opportunity for a Communications Coordinator (Publications & Interpretation) to join the Communications group.

The successful applicant will help coordinate the design and delivery of communications projects across National Park and Park Authority channels, including printed publications, leaflets, event materials, interpretation, online documents etc. Working closely with internal stakeholders, external designers and other contractors, the post holder will ensure consistent use of the National Park and Authority brands across all our published materials. They will also support others (from local businesses to partner organisations) to use the National Park brand to promote their activities within agreed parameters.

The post holder will have a real attention to detail and a keen eye for design, and capable of seeing projects from initial concept through to completion, collaborating with internal stakeholders and external contractors to deliver materials of consistently high quality.

Cairngorms National Park is more than just an idyllic place to work, the Park Authority is one of Scotland's top 10 flexible employers and listed in the UK’s Top 100 best not for profit companies to work for. We also offer many benefits such as; a great place to work, cycle to work scheme, generous annual leave allowance, flexitime and a very competitive pension scheme. Our Grantown on Spey headquarters is within easy reach of Aviemore and Inverness.

The National Park Authority is committed to equality of opportunity and we welcome applicants from all sectors of society. If you are an applicant with disabilities who meets the essential requirements of the post, we will interview you.

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Digital Content Coordinator

  • Full time
  • £26,598 – £31,115
  • Grantown on Spey
  • Closing 2nd June 2021

Are you looking for a unique opportunity to work in one of the most amazing places in the world?

The Cairngorms National Park is one of the country’s most spectacular landscapes. Renowned for its mountains, it has at its centre a montane plateau higher than 1000m, it also has extensive native pine forests, extensive moorland and a rich and diverse cultural landscape along its straths and glens. With its strong local music scene, some fantastic locally produced food and drink and it’s abundance of outdoor pursuits the Cairngorms National Park is a very special place to live and work.

We have an exciting opportunity for a Digital Content Coordinator to join the Communications group.

The successful applicant will play a key role in creating and delivering engaging and inspiring content across the full range of Cairngorms National Park and Park Authority digital channels. The post holder will ensure our digital presence supports and enhances our organisational priorities and delivers our key messages effectively. They will also support the Digital Campaigns Officer in shaping our overall digital content strategy. The post holder will be creative and able to identify, create and adapt digital content using a range of techniques, across channels including our website, social media and e-newsletters.

Cairngorms National Park is more than just an idyllic place to work, the Park Authority is one of Scotland's top 10 flexible employers and listed in the UK’s Top 100 best not for profit companies to work for. We also offer many benefits such as; a great place to work, cycle to work scheme, generous annual leave allowance, flexitime and a very competitive pension scheme. Our Grantown on Spey headquarters is within easy reach of Aviemore and Inverness.

The National Park Authority is committed to equality of opportunity and we welcome applicants from all sectors of society. If you are an applicant with disabilities who meets the essential requirements of the post, we will interview you.

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