Sustainable Selkirk is a project initiated and managed by Selkirk Regeneration SCIO, a community-based charitable organisation in the Scottish Borders. This post is funded by The National Lottery Community Led Fund to tackle one of Selkirk Regeneration’s prime objectives, bringing benefit to the people of Selkirk and surroundings through sustainable development towards a low-carbon future.
Sustainable Selkirk supports the community in Selkirk and surrounding area to make sustainable lifestyle changes through home energy savings, sustainable travel, climate awareness, climate action and recycling.
Since it began in June 2020, Sustainable Selkirk has delivered:
The project is funded until March 2024 by The National Lottery’s Community Led Fund and Together For Our Planet Fund, and subject to additional funding, will grow further and continue beyond this point.
THE PROJECT MANAGER:
The Project Manager will assist Selkirk Regeneration in leading and managing Sustainable Selkirk, to raise awareness of energy, transport and other climate-related issues. The Project Manager will have responsibility for developing, implementing and managing actions in response to these issues, including managing the Selkirk Community Energy Advice Centre and its staff and volunteers.
The Project Manger, on behalf of Selkirk Regeneration, will be responsible for developing and implementing detailed action plans within the local community, including the following specific tasks:
Please download the Job description below to find out more abut the role.
Any enquiries by e-mail (below) to David Bethune, Trustee, Selkirk Regeneration (SCIO).
To apply, e-mail your CV with covering letter to David Bethune, Trustee, Selkirk Regeneration (SCIO), by 12 noon, Friday 19th August 2022. Covering letter should provide your contact details (email and phone), names and contact details of 2 referees, indicate your reasons for applying and how your experience and skills meet the requirements of this post.
Email: email@example.com Phone: 07835 715817
This position is funded through The National Lottery Community Led Fund.