[MARMAM] HWDT Recruiting a Deputy Director

Volunteer Coordinator volunteercoordinator at hwdt.org
Wed Jun 24 02:51:06 PDT 2015


The Hebridean Whale and Dolphin Trust wishes to appoint a Deputy Director.

 

Working with HWDT’s Director, the successful candidate will help to steer
the Trust towards a more financially resilient future and explore exciting
and innovative opportunities for its development. With proven experience in
project management, fundraising and leadership, there will be opportunities
for personal and career development in this challenging yet rewarding role.

 

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT

 

Salary: circa £10,000 per annum gross.

Length of contract: 36 months (in the first instance).

Annual Leave: FT annual holiday entitlement is 25 days (which will be
accrued on a monthly basis) and 9 public holidays.

Pension: You are given the option to enrol into HWDT’s work-placed pension
scheme.

Hours of work: 14.5 hours a week flexible. Evening and weekend work may be
required in which case time off in lieu is given.

Place of work: Tobermory, Isle of Mull. Some off island work and meetings
will be required. 

 

Application procedure: Please email gemma.paterson at hwdt.org for the Job
Description and Person Specification for more information about this post.

Send CV and Covering Letter with the names of two referees by e-mail to:

Gemma Paterson at gemma.paterson at hwdt.org  or post to

HWDT, Clydesdale Bank Buildings, Tobermory, Isle of Mull, PA75 6NU.

 

Closing Date: Friday 17th July 2015

Interviews (expected): w/c 27 July 2015

 

This post is generously funded by The John Ellerman Foundation.

 

Morven Russell
Volunteer Coordinator
Hebridean Whale and Dolphin Trust
28 Main Street
Tobermory
Isle of Mull
PA75 6NU

Tel: 01688 302620
 <mailto:volunteercoordinator at hwdt.org> volunteercoordinator at hwdt.org

 <http://www.hwdt.org/> www.hwdt.org

The Hebridean Whale and Dolphin Trust is dedicated to enhancing knowledge
and understanding of Scotland’s whales, dolphins and porpoises (cetaceans)
and the Hebridean marine environment through education, research and working
within Hebridean communities as a basis for the lasting conservation of
local species and habitats. 

 

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