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Community Activator - East (Food & Climate Action)

  • Part time
  • £26,500 pro-rata
  • Glasgow (Flexible working from home and at host organisation The Space and/or our office in Kinning Park Complex)
  • Closing 19th September 2022

  • Advertised from 26th August 2022
  • Until February 2023 (with potential for extension). 28 hours per week. Salary: - £21,200 PA (equivalent to £26,500 pro rata)


The Food & Climate Action project is a partnership of six organisations including Glasgow Community Food Network, The Space, Urban Roots, Glasgow Eco Trust, St Paul’s Youth Forum, and Central and West Integration Network. The project is funded through the The National Lottery Climate Action Fund.

Building on years of collective action in the city and the Glasgow City Food Plan, the project aims to create a more resilient food system in Glasgow that is fairer and kinder to both people and planet. As part of our work with communities we have five geographically based Community Activators who are hosted within our five partner organisations. We are recruiting for our Community Activator post in the East of the city based at our partner The Space.

The aim of this job is to facilitate and promote food & climate education via free community workshops and events and to foster and strengthen the local community food movement by up-skilling community members and organisations, by making links between organisations and by creating spaces to chat about food and climate together.

Please see the job description for essential and desirable criteria.

Application notes

To apply for this role please email a 2 page CV and covering letter also no more than 2 pages, detailing your suitability for the job to, along with this equal opportunities form

Applications should be received by 19th September at 9am

Interviews will be held on the 22nd of September.