Southern Uplands Partnership
Southern Uplands Partnership

Charity registered in Scotland SC029475


Current vacancies

Development Manager (2 posts)

  • Full time or Part time
  • £40,000
  • Galashiels or Dumfries (Hybrid)
  • Closing 3rd June 2024

We are hiring!

We are seeking two experienced Managers, with knowledge of current challenges and opportunities for rural communities and the environment, a passion for tackling the climate and biodiversity crises, and the ability to develop and deliver a portfolio of diverse projects in partnership with communities, land owners and managers, other NGOs and statutory agencies.

This is an exciting time to join The Southern Uplands Partnership, with significant scope to help shape our work as we embark on the next phase in our mission to catalyse rural sustainable development in south Scotland.

Our work is broad-based and cross-sectoral. We welcome applications from people with professional experience in any one or more of the sectors of: agriculture; community engagement/development; environment/ecology; economic development; and the arts, culture and/or heritage.

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Top job! Chief Executive

  • Full time or Part time
  • £40,000 – £50,000
  • Galashiels or Kirkgunzeon. Flexible working arrangements can include working from home
  • Closing 24th July 2023

Make a difference in Southern Scotland!

A rare opportunity has arisen for a Chief Executive to lead an award-winning organisation addressing key issues to make a real difference to the people living and working in southern Scotland. Established in 1999, Southern Uplands Partnership (SUP) is a unique rural development charity and progressive employer, offering flexible working and attractive terms and conditions. Working with a team of like-minded staff, a Board of Directors and stakeholders, to a strategy that is ever more relevant, the successful applicant will share the same core values as SUP and be an enthusiastic and knowledgeable Manager, keen to lead and develop the organisation at this exciting time, to deal with the challenges and opportunities facing the south of Scotland today.

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