Climate Action Lanarkshire
Climate Action Lanarkshire

Charity registered in Scotland SC035306

Established in 2004 the Rural Development Trust aims to develop and deliver projects which tackle rural issues and improve life for residents of rural communities. Community Action Lanarkshire is one of the projects hosted by Rural Development Trust.

Current vacancies

Admin and Finance Officer

  • Part time
  • £28,000 pro-rata
  • Lanarkshire
  • Closing 10th March 2024

Are you highly organised and experienced in managing finances?

We’re expanding our office team by recruiting a new person to provide admin and finance support for our climate action hub project.

We’re open to job share, hybrid working and basically anything which contributes to excellent climate action outcomes for Lanarkshire.

Although our head office is in rural South Lanarkshire we plan to establish bases around the Motherwell/Hamilton area as well as in the Northern area of North Lanarkshire.

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Comms and Events Officer

  • Part time
  • £35,000 pro-rata
  • Lanarkshire
  • Closing 10th March 2024

Would you like to spread the word about climate action?

We’ve got a great job for someone to join our climate action project team as our comms and events officer, you would need to be great at organising events and have excellent communication skills to run our social media, web and print requirements.

If you had coding or design skills that would be a major plus.

We’re open to job share, hybrid working and basically anything which contributes to excellent climate action outcomes for Lanarkshire.

Although our head office is in rural South Lanarkshire we plan to establish bases around the Motherwell/Hamilton area as well as in the Northern area of North Lanarkshire.

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Community Climate Development Officer

  • Full time
  • £35,000
  • Lanarkshire
  • Closing 10th March 2024

Are you an excellent development officer with a keen interest in climate change?

We’ve got the perfect job for you, we are currently looking for 4 new team members for our Lanarkshire Climate Action Hub, we’ve got jobs related to Energy (including energy efficiency and energy generation), Growing & Greenspace, Climate Engagement & Circular Economy, Transport (including active travel and community transport).

We’re open to job share, hybrid working and basically anything which contributes to excellent climate action outcomes for Lanarkshire.

Although our head office is in rural South Lanarkshire we plan to establish bases around the Motherwell/Hamilton area as well as in the Northern area of North Lanarkshire.

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Community Development Project Officer

  • Part time
  • £29,665 pro-rata
  • North and South Lanarkshire
  • Closing 24th June 2022

Community Action Lanarkshire, part of The Rural Development Trust are looking for a new Community Development Project Officer funded by The National Lottery Community Fund to deliver projects across 7 rural communities in North and South Lanarkshire.

The post will work with the communities to deliver projects identified in their Community Led Plans, examples of projects identified are active travel, heritage, village improvements and many more.

Interested and want to find out more? Check out our website communityactionlan.org/news-hub/item/job-opportunities-2022

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Heritage Project Officer

  • Full time
  • £29,665
  • Home & agile working in the community, covid-allowing. Office base in Clydesdale with the Rural Development Trust team.
  • Closing 6th March 2022

Community Action Lanarkshire, part of The Rural Development Trust are looking for a new Heritage Project Officer funded by The National Lottery Heritage Fund to deliver the North Lanarkshire Rural Heritage Programme across five rural communities.

The post will engage a wide range of audiences in exploring the heritage of five rural communities; Caldercruix, Greengairs, Harthill, Plains and Upperton. The Project Officer will examine the community, industrial and natural heritage assets and develop a heritage plan for each area which reflects existing community and regional plans.

Interested and want to find out more? Check out the job description below.

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