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Rewilding Reachout Coordinator

  • Part time
  • £25,000 pro-rata
  • This is a home-based position suiting someone ideally based in the Scottish Highlands
  • Closing 7th May 2021

  • Advertised from 16th April 2021
  • 14 hours per week with some flexibility and occasional weekend work.


SCOTLAND: The Big Picture (SBP) is a charity that supports and enables the transformational recovery of nature across Scotland. Our vision is of a vast network of rewilded land and water, where wildlife flourishes and people thrive. We are a small but agile and progressive team that works in a spirit of collaboration with many different interest groups to increase the area of land and water committed to rewilding, to return lost or threatened species and to promote rewilding and its benefits for nature, climate and people.

We are seeking to appoint a part-time Project Coordinator for a fixed-term, two-year contract with the potential for the position to become permanent. This is a home-based position suiting someone ideally based in the Scottish Highlands, although consideration will be given to candidates based elsewhere in Scotland.

The Rewilding Reachout Coordinator will recruit of a team of 20 young rewilding advocates (NextGen Team) and support the team’s learning via developmental weekends and a series of live webinars. The post-holder will support the NextGen Team in guiding the development of a Rewilding Youth Advocacy Strategy and associated resources. The post-holder will be responsible for producing the Youth Advocacy Strategy, managing its implementation, and evaluating outcomes.

Application notes

Applicants should email their CV and covering letter detailing relevant experience/skills and stating why you are suited to the position.

Please include notice period required to present employer, if applicable.

Please send to Peter Cairns ( by close of business on May 7th 2021.

First round interviews will be conducted via Zoom w/c 10th May 2021.

SCOTLAND: The Big Picture is committed to equality of opportunity for all and we make recruitment decisions by matching our business needs with the skills and experience of candidates irrespective of age, disability, gender, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships