- Salary: £27,000 per annum pro-rata
- Hours: 21 hours per week
- Fixed term until March 2018
- Deadline: April 30th
We’re looking for a great communicator and organiser to coordinate our project as part of a job share. You’ll have proven experience of coordinating and supporting teams of volunteers and a passion for finding creative solutions to the waste and carbon challenges which face our community. Sound like you? Check out the job description below!
Who we are
SHRUB – Edinburgh’s Creative Swap & Re-use Reuse Hub – is an exciting grassroots project currently funded by the Climate Challenge Fund (CCF), which aims to build a world without waste. Based out of the SHRUB Co-op in Edinburgh, this social hub provides inspiration for a low-carbon lifestyle and support skill sharing through a variety of projects. These include our Swap Shop, upcycling, reuse and skill share workshops, free supported DIY bike repair through the Wee Spoke Hub and our Food Sharing Edinburgh project which saved the equivalent of 64,000 meals worth of food from going to landfill last year.
The Co-op is organised non-hierarchically and strives to provide an inclusive and empowering experience for all volunteers, staff and co-op members that make up our community.
We are currently seeking a new part-time Project Coordinator (21hrs a week). This will be part of a job share where you will have shared project coordinator duties and then you will focus on coordinating the Swap Shop while your job share partner will focus on coordinating events & workshops. The Swap Shop is a space for the Edinburgh community to swap the material goods that we need to live in our society. Instead of contributing to over-production and systemic environmental degradation, we aim to create a community of swappers to meet each others needs sustainably with as little an impact on the planet and our wallets as we can!
Alongside the respective remit outlined in the Job Description below, a key part of the Project Coordinator role is to ensure that the co-op members who volunteer across the SHRUB organisation are well inducted in the principles of co-operative working, supported, feel valued and are able to contribute to decision-making.
Shrub CCF Application Form (for information)
To apply, please send a CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight Sunday April 30th.
As this post is funded by the Climate Challenge Fund, applicants may find our funding application useful as background (see above). If you have any questions about the role, please email us at the address above or call us on 0131 220 1884.