greenspace scotland is looking for an experienced communications and marketing manager (employed or freelance role) to lead the public facing phase of our exciting programme to develop an Endowment Fund for Scotland’s parks.

We’ve secured a match-funding grant from National Lottery Heritage Fund towards the first £1million and our ambition is for a multi-million endowment fund to help keep Scotland’s parks in good heart for future generations to enjoy. We are now looking to engage in creative and meaningful ways with parks and greenspace lovers across Scotland and beyond.

Role:               Parks Endowment Communications Manager

Salary:            £26,000 – 30,000 pro rata

Hours:            0.2 FTE 

Terms:            Fixed term appointment to 31 December 2020 (with possibility of extension)

Employee or freelance consultancy

Location:        Stirling or home-based 

You will be responsible for leading the development and delivery of an integrated marketing and communications strategy and events plan to support the public-facing phase of Scotland’s Parks Endowment Fund campaign. With a strong track record in communication and marketing, the ideal candidate will be an exceptional communicator, experienced in delivering creative, successful and cost-effective marketing and fundraising campaigns. You will bring creativity, innovation, enthusiasm and passion to work with our team and partners.

This is a part-time post and we are flexible on working pattern (for example, the post holder could work 7 hours per week or 12 days over 3 months). We will also consider applications on a self-employment /freelance consultancy /contract basis, plus secondment, job share, home-working and/or flexible working arrangements. It is a fixed term appointment to 31 December 2020, with the possibility of extension.

Closing date for applications is 10am on Monday 29 July

Interviews will be held on Friday 16 August at our office in Stirling

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This post is supported by a grant from the National Lottery Heritage Fund