Part-time Development Coordinator – Scottish Farm Land Trust

Apr 23, 2020

The Scottish Farm Land Trust are recruiting for a part-time Development Coordinator to help build their organisation. 

The Scottish Farm Land Trust aims to increase access to land for small-scale, ecological agriculture by purchasing land to be held in trust and rented fairly to new entrants and young people.

Now more than ever we can see how important local supply chains and resilient farming methods, which are linked strongly with their local community, are.

We’re looking forward to hiring our first staff member to help us support agroecology across Scotland.

 

Any questions, please email: contact@scottishfarmlandtrust.org

 

Deadline: Noon Friday 22nd May 2020

 

For the full job description and application process click here.

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