Isle of Luing Community Trust
Isle of Luing Community Trust

Charity registered in Scotland SC036441

The Isle of Luing Community Trust is the community anchor organisation for the Isle of Luing, population 169.  It has a fully owned trading subsidiary Luing Trading Company. Luing is a fragile, remote Scottish island community with very limited services.   The Trusts vision is of “Ensuring a growing, happy and sustainable community” 

We are community led and look to our community to help us identify our priorities which then informs our work.   Since 2005 the Trust has successfully carried out a range of work, the most significant of which has been the ten-year development and opening of the Atlantic Islands Centre (AIC) in Summer 2015.


Current vacancies

Operations Manager

  • Full time
  • £24,000 – £28,000
  • Atlantic Islands Centre, Isle of Luing
  • Closing 30th September 2019

The Isle of Luing Community Trust are looking for an Operations Manager to be based at the Atlantic Islands centre on the beautiful Isle of Luing. Do you have excellent people management skills and organisational skills? Are you looking for a role that will allow you to develop your career?

You will be responsible for all aspects of the Centre operations including administration, finance, visitors’ experience, event planning, activity programme as well as partnership working and community development.

We are looking for someone with great organisation skills who can plan and communicate what needs to be done at all levels. You will need to be able to work under your own initiative much of the time. You must also be good on the detail and able to write concise reports as well as the community newsletter, leaflets and keep our social media channels up to date.

It would advantageous if you had an understanding of Social Enterprise, trading charities and experience in funding applications, though this is not essential.

The brief for the role is broad but we have some experienced help locally so if you think this job is for you but don’t have all the skills we are looking for, then why not give us a call to discuss.

To talk to somebody about the role please call Mary Whitmore (Board member) on 01852 314267 / 07774 622224

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