Lanark Community Development Trust
Lanark Community Development Trust

Charity registered in Scotland SC040584

Lanark Community Development Trust (LCDT) is a forward-thinking organisation that works hard for the benefit of the Lanark community. We were founded in 2009 and have been successful in achieving funding and successfully delivering a wide range of both small and large-scale projects including the development of the Castlebank Horticultural & Educational Centre, improved signage in and around Lanark and the impressive Clydesdale Horse Statue at Lanark Market.

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Operations & Development Manager

  • Full time
  • £32,000
  • Lanark, Castlebank Horticultural Centre, ML11 9EG (On site)
  • Closing 10th April 2024

About Lanark Community Development Trust

Lanark Community Development Trust (LCDT) is an independent Scottish charity, and one of a growing network of Development Trusts across Scotland. Established in 2009, our aim is to develop and deliver community projects which have a positive social, environmental, or economic impact on the town of Lanark and the surrounding area. We were one of the lead partners in the development of the ‘Vision for Lanark’, a strategic plan for the town, and continue to work in partnership with Discover Lanark and other third sector groups to deliver projects and maximise our impact.

LCDT is led by a team of Trustees who all serve on a voluntary capacity. We are also a membership organisation and offer a number of volunteering opportunities.

Recent projects delivered by LCDT include the redevelopment of Deadman’s Lane with Lanark Grammar School, the interpretation of the Wallace gap Site, and the installation of the Clydesdale Horse at Lanark Market. One of our core projects is the management and development of Castlebank Horticultural Centre (CHC). This purpose-built facility is located within the historic grounds of Castlebank Park and provides a community growing space, with associated training and learning facilities. Income generated through CHC is reinvested in the LCDT and our projects.

What we are looking for:

We are looking for a motivated and energetic Development Manager to lead the operations of Castlebank Horticultural Centre and support the development of other projects run by LCDT, whilst working with local partners to maximise capacity to create positive interventions for Lanark. This funded position is initially for one year, but we hope your drive will lead to continuation funding.

What you will be doing:

You will lead on the operation and development of Castlebank Horticultural Centre and other LCDT properties, working to create well-managed and engaging spaces with sustainable income streams. You will also provide support to LCDT-wide operations including project co-ordination, administration & membership management, volunteer support, board meeting facilitation, and marketing & communications. You will work the equivalent of one day a week with the Trust’s partner, Discover Lanark, on their social media pages and website.

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Top job! Vision For Lanark Part Time Project Manager

  • Full time
  • £45,000 – £55,000
  • Lanark
  • Closing 6th September 2021

Lanark Community Development Trust, the lead organisation for the Vision for Lanark Partnership, is seeking expressions of interest for a one year, 21 hour per week appointment to prepare an Action Plan to deliver the Vision for Lanark strategy which is currently being finalised. The Vision for Lanark is a heritage led, community regeneration strategy for the historic town of Lanark, the World Heritage Site of New Lanark and the spectacular landscape of the Falls of Clyde.

The appointment is open to proposals for consultancy or contract of employment. The successful candidate will be expected to have extensive experience in community regeneration and a proven track record at management level. Early availability is preferred. The remuneration will reflect the candidate’s competencies and will be negotiable within an annual salary equivalent range of £45-55,000 pro rata.

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