The Landworkers’ Alliance are recruiting!

Mar 30, 2019

Want to work with the Landworkers’ Alliance, the dynamic and fastest growing small scale farmers and foresters union in the UK? Want be part of our growing team of organisers working for a better food and farming system? We are recruiting for two exciting new jobs to help develop and strengthen the union, our capacity, engagement and outreach. 

1. Landworkers’ Alliance Events Coordinator

The Landworkers’ Alliance are recruiting an Events Coordinator! This exciting and demanding role will include coordination of our four key events over the course of the year – the Good Food March, our AGM/Winter Shinding and our programme at the Oxford Real Farming and a Landskills Festival. The roll will also support LWA members and regional coordinators with advice and skills on events organising and regional gatherings.

Please click here for more information and to download the application pack.

2. Landworkers’ Alliance Marketing, Sales and Merchandise Coordinator

Following the success of the Landworkers’ Alliance calendar, In Our Hands film and an ever increasing demand for Landworkers’ Alliance products – the LWA are seeking to recruit a marketing, sales and merchandise coordinator who can take the lead on coordinating creative income-generating projects for the organisation. Over the next few years we aim to increase the amount of revenue generated through sales in order to increase our financial autonomy and resilience. This is a dynamic role that will involve creating and delivering innovative ideas for services and products that can support our membership and vision whilst generating revenue to support the growth of the organisation.

Please click here for more information and to download the application pack.

Deadline for applications is Monday 8th April 2019.

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