We are recruiting - closing date 19th August 2020

July 23, 2020

 

We are recruiting for a Peatland Code Co-ordinator and a Communications Officer to join the IUCN UK Peatland Programme team. 

 

Title: Peatland Code Co-ordinator

Status: Fixed term (until 31st December 2021)
Salary: £25k per annum
Completion payment: £2,500 –  this will be paid on successful completion of the contract.  It is offered on this occasion to ensure continuity within the project’s critical activities

For full Job Description and Application Form see: https://scottishwildlifetrust.org.uk/job/peatland-code-co-ordinator/

 

Title: Communications Officer

Status: Fixed term (until 31st December 2021)
Salary: £25k per annum
For full Job Description and Application Form see: https://scottishwildlifetrust.org.uk/job/communications-officer/

 

The following applies to both vacancies: 
Location: currently home working with future option of being based at Harbourside House, Edinburgh, EH6 6NF
Closing date: 12 noon, Wednesday 19th August 2020


The successful candidates will be pivotal in the delivery of the Peatland Programme’s objectives to champion peatland values. They will have the level of knowledge and experience to drive forward and promote peatland restoration in the UK and be able to advocate the multiple benefits of peatlands through partnerships, strong science, sound policy, effective practice, and communication. The post holders will be employed by the Scottish Wildlife Trust, or may join the programme through a well-managed secondment scheme.
 

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