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Gifford Community Land Company (GCLC) - Project Manager 

Application Deadline: Friday 24th February 2017
Gifford Community Land Company (GCLC) is entering the next exciting stage of its evolution.

GCLC is a charity that has been formed to secure and develop 55 acres of Plantation on an Ancient Woodland Sites (PAWS) and Native Woodland, which forms the northern boundary to the historic village of Gifford in East Lothian.

The charity has secured funding from the Scottish Land Fund to purchase the Speedy and Fawn Woods and is now looking to engage a Project Manager who will support the Board of Trustees to develop and implement a three-year plan for the future of the woodland.

The Trustees GCLC are looking to engage an enthusiastic and proactive self-employed Project Manager on an initial 12-month fixed-term contract, renewable annually. A fee in the region of 15,000 p.a.will be paid for delivery of the approved works. For more information please see job description below.

Applications by 24/02/2017 to:
John Wrinn
GCLC Chair
Highwood,
Tweeddale Avenue
Gifford
East Lothian
EH414QN
John.wrinn@btinternet.com

All applicant must include a CV and a covering letter, explaining how they meet the person specification what they will bring to the post.
Further Info 07710 480127
http://giffordcommunitywoods.blogspot.co.uk/

Attached File: GCLC Project Manager Final.pdf
Web Link: giffordcommunitywoods.blogspot.co.uk
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