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Ullapool Community Trust Ltd -Lochbroom Woodfuels Business Implementation Manager 

Application Deadline: Monday 28th May 2012
Part Time (16 hours per week, flexible)
Salary: 23 000 pro rata (1 year contract)
Depending on funding post may continue past June 2013. CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATION - 12 Noon Monday the 28th of May

Ullapool Community Trust (UCT) has recently secured funding to set up a trading arm to supply locally sourced logs, and hire out a community owned wood processor. Lochbroom Woodfuels will operate as a not for profit, community owned social enterprise.

UCT are looking to recruit an energetic and self motivated individual to develop, promote and grow the business. Duties will include, developing a customer base, securing timber supply contracts and rental agreements for the processor and managing the businesses finances.

For a detailed job description, application form and further information please either contact Ewan Young by email at sustain@ullapoolcommunity.org or phone 07878 155 623 or visit their website where information about the post and an application form can be viewed and downloaded.

This post will be funded by the Big Lottery Village SOS fund for 1 year with potential for continuation should income and/or additional funding sources allow.


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