Online & Events Fundraiser

5 days a week, £24,425 – £30,538, permanent, Edinburgh

Friends of the Earth Scotland is looking for a Fundraiser to join our friendly team in Edinburgh.

You will work closely with the Development Manager, Communications Officer and Activism Organiser to raise income, profile and increase membership of FoE Scotland, particularly through digital engagement, events and community fundraising.

This is a full-time, 35hr a week role with some flexible working.

Closing date: noon Monday 22nd October

Interviews: Tuesday 30th October

A full job description is here. To apply, please fill in the application form and send it to info@foe.scot. We do not accept CVs as part of a job application.

Young Friends of the Earth Scotland Network Coordinator

2 or 3 days per week, £24,425-30,538 pro rata, permanent, Edinburgh

Young Friends of the Earth Scotland (YFoES) is seeking a Network Coordinator, to support a growing, grassroots network of young activists, working on environmental and social justice issues. The Network Coordinator will run national and local capacity building events, enable youth involvement in relevant campaigns and facilitate communication between young activists and groups.

YFoES is hosted by Friends of the Earth Scotland, Scotland’s leading environmental campaigning organisation. YFoES is also an active member of Young Friends of the Earth Europe and the Network Coordinator will participate in international events and projects.

The position will be based in Friends of the Earth Scotland office in Edinburgh. It will be 2 or 3 days a week, to be decided with the successful candidate.

Friends of the Earth Scotland strives to apply equal opportunities principles both in its recruitment and in its work. We oppose all forms of unlawful or lawful discrimination on the grounds of colour, race, nationality, ethnic or national origin, gender, gender identity, sexuality, marital status, religion, age or disability.

We particularly encourage applications from communities underrepresented in the environmental justice movement, such as black and minority ethnic communities, disabled people, and those from working class or low-income backgrounds.

If you feel inspired by the position and feel you have something to bring to the role, please send the completed application form by email.

Closing Date: noon 12th November 2018
Interview Date: 20thNovember 2018
Starting Date:
January 2019

A full job description is here. Please send your application form to info@foe.scot by 12:00 noon 12.11.2018.

About Friends of the Earth Scotland

Friends of the Earth Scotland exists to campaign, with partners here and across the globe, for a just transition to a sustainable society.

We work in Scotland for socially just solutions to environmental problems and to create a green economy, we campaign to end degradation of our environment and to create a society which cherishes and protects the natural world on which we depend, and we think globally and act locally, enabling people to take individual and collective action.

FoE Scotland employs 16 staff including three we host for other organisations.

Volunteering

We often need help at events (promotion, set up, staffing stalls, raffle ticket sales, etc.). This is a great way to meet like-minded people and practice engaging the public in environmental issues, and we provide all relevant training. Take a look at the Events Volunteer role description and write us an email if you’d like to be added to our volunteer mailing list.

We only infrequently have specific, office-based volunteering positions available. These are advertised on this page when they become available. Please sign up to our mailing list to receive updates, or check out our network of local groups for more ways to get involved near you.

Other Opportunities

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