The key responsibilities of the Project Co-Ordinator will include developing, implementing and sustaining an Urban Woodland Implementation Plan for Glasgow; providing expert woodland management advice/planning and assisting in securing capital funding for the creation of new woodlands and their maintenance; to lead and support engagement with citizens to encourage/facilitate their participation in the community woodland projects; to lead support to participants in the community woodlands project/s to establish community associations to manage their woodlands and to engage with partners to improve the quality of woodlands. You should be qualified to Higher Education level in the fields of or related to Forestry, Arboriculture and Urban Forestry and be able to demonstrate previous relevant experience of woodland project management and team management and be able to communicate with a range of stakeholders. You must have previous relevant experience of contracts, project management, partnership working and grant funding applications. In addition, IT skills, GIS literacy, good organisational/presentation skills and a current driving licence are essential. Closing Date: Sunday 23rd February