Thanks to support from the Scottish Government, SCCAN are delighted to be able to recruit Climate Action Network Coordinators for Mid Lothian; Lanarkshire; Dumfries and Galloway; Ayrshire; West Lothian and Highlands (south)
The aim of the regional Network Coordinator is to build connection and understanding across community groups and create structures to enable the adoption of more strategic and collaborative approaches to the climate emergency.
The Scottish Government is supporting SCCAN to invest in a number of regional community climate action networks across Scotland. This is to enable consolidation and expansion of the work of existing community climate action networks and to nurture the creation of new regional networks, which can support the emergence of the regional community climate action hubs.
The regions are approximate, as it is for the local networks themselves to decide what is an appropriate size for their regional network.
Job description and information on applying:
Network Coordinator – Lanarkshire 28 or 35 hours per week – fixed term – job shares considered
Network Coordinator – West Lothian – 21 hours per week – fixed term
Network Coordinator – Dumfries and Galloway – full time – 35 hours per week – fixed term – job shares considered
Network Coordinator – Mid Lothian – 21 hours per week – fixed term
Network Coordinator – Highlands (south) – full time 35 hours per week – fixed term – job shares considered
2 x Network Coordinators – Ayrshire – 28 hours per week – fixed term