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Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) Scottish Land Fund - Operations Manager  

Application Deadline: Sunday 26th June 2016
Location: Glasgow or Edinburgh
Salary: £33,305 - £39,008 per annum, excellent benefits package
Fixed term until 31 March 2017 - Further extension to be confirmed Autumn 2016 subject to Scottish Government funding
 
The Scottish Land Fund (SLF) is a Scottish Government funding programme that supports communities across the whole of Scotland to become more resilient and sustainable through the ownership and management of land and land assets.  SLF advisers are strategically located across Scotland in order to provide on-the-ground support to SLF and other national programmes delivered by HIE.

You will be responsible for managing HIE’s operational delivery of SLF across Scotland.  This will include input to the development of policy, representing HIE and the SLF at local and national events and line managing four strategically located SLF advisers. An ability to lead and motivate a team and ensure a customer-focused service that is both responsive and proactive is essential.
 
If you are interested in being considered for this position, please apply online by following the link below:
Close date: 26th June 2016
Interview date: 4th July 2016, in Glasgow


Web Link: www.hie.co.uk/about-hie/working-with-hie/job-opportunities.html
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