Job Vacancy: Membership Development Coordinator, London.

Aug 3, 2017

The Community Food Growers Network are recruiting a Membership Development Coordinator.

The Community Food Growers Network (CFGN) is looking for someone to support the network in developing the skills and capacity of our members to be more sustainable, resilient and entrepreneurial. You will be working alongside the two Network Coordinators and our 18 member projects to audit the network’s activities and business models, develop a programme of peer to peer trainings, organise expert-led sessions and give one to one support to projects to develop business strategies.


 

Hours: 14 hours per week
Salary: £23,660 pro rata (£6,309 take home)

Contract length: 8 months
Start date: Mid to late August.

In order to apply please send a CV and cover letter of no more than one page to info@cfgn.org.uk by 9am Monday 7th August. 

Details of what needs to be included in your application are outlined in the application pack

Interviews are tentatively scheduled for the 11th or 15th August [TBC]. 

If you have any queries about the role and want to find out more, contact natalie@cfgn.org.uk or zahra@cfgn.org.uk

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