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Llais y Goedwig, Wales Community Woodland Network -Network Coordinator  

Application Deadline: Friday 29th April 2016
Llais y Goedwig, Wales Community Woodland Network, is a voluntary, grassroots membership organisation that promotes and represents community woodland groups in Wales and supports local community woodland initiatives.

They are looking to recruit a new Network Coordinator who will help us support the network in Wales over the next two years.

The purpose of the Network Coordinator is to strengthen the link between Llais y Goedwig members, prospective members and community woodland group supporters. The network is a vehicle to enable community woodland groups and associate members to be in touch with each other so they can help each other and share information.

The aim of the post is to build a strong network with the capacity and will to continue with minimal funding, whilst remaining inclusive, outward looking and opportunity focussed.
Salary £25,000 per annum (pro rata) 24 hours per week

The Network Coordinator will work under the direction of the Llais y Goedwig volunteer Board, and in close collaboration with other Llais y Goedwig staff, members and partners.

Closing date for applications is Friday 29th April 2016 at 5pm

Job descriptions and supporting information can be downloaded from the link below or contact††for e-mail or paper versions.

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