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Ardentinny Community Trust Ltd - Project Officer 

Application Deadline: Wednesday 26th October 2011
Ardentinny Community Trust Ltd are seeking a self-employed Project Officer
Their new, exciting community walled garden project requires a person to support the board of directors to develop a social enterprise. The successful self-employed contractor will be expected to deliver the following outcomes:

Consult with the community through a range of activities
Identify income streams and funding opportunities
Prepare funding applications
Develop a range of policies
Create a robust business plan for the enterprise

The timeframe for delivery of the contract is approximately nine months. The contract has a value of 10,000. Experience of fundraising, community engagement and work in the public, private and third sectors is essential. All enquiries to the Trust Convener on 01369 810220 or by email to

Applications must be received in writing with accompanying CV by 26th October 2011. Applications will be shortlisted on the basis of the quality of the information provided and will be expected to be able to attend interview on the 31st October, 2011.

This project is funded by Ardentinny Community Trust, the Scottish Government and the European Community Argyll & Islands LEADER 2007-2013 Programme and Highlands and Islands Enterprise.

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