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North East Organiser

  • Part time
  • £31,695 pro-rata
  • Home working with travel to events within the North-East of Scotland, particularly in Peterhead, Boddam & Aberdeen. Occasional travel to Friends of Head office in Edinburgh. (Remote)
  • Closing 20th May 2024


  • Advertised from 29th April 2024
  • £25,356 - 4 days per week

Role

Friends of the Earth Scotland is looking for an organiser to join in with our work towards a just transition for the North-East of Scotland. This role will lead on local engagement around a just transition away from fossil fuels, particularly focused on alternatives to the proposed new gas power plant proposed in Peterhead.

Are you passionate about bringing about a fairer energy system for everyone, skilled at empowering people to take collective action and a strong communicator who is excited about engaging with a diverse range of people and communities? We want to hear from you!

Reporting to: Activism Organiser

Other Benefits:

You will receive a pro-rata share of 28 days annual leave plus 11 days statutory holidays.

Friends of the Earth Scotland operates a Company Pension Plan with NEST, which includes an ethical option.

Application notes

Closing date: 20th of May 2024

Interview dates: 1st stage – brief phone call: 27th-28th of May 2024

2nd stage – in person interview: 3rd of June 2024

Start date: July 2024

Please see our website for the full Job Description: foe.scot/jobs. Once you are ready, please send your CV alongside a Cover Letter (no longer than 2 pages) explaining why you would be a good fit for the role, to recruitment@foe.scot

Shortlisting: Candidates who have been selected for interview will hear shortly after the closing date. The recruitment process will include a short phone call and the and shortlisted candidates will be invited to an in-person interview in Aberdeen or Peterhead on Monday 3rd June.

If you have questions about the process, or any accessibility needs please get in touch at recruitment@foe.scot.


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