Regional Development Coordinator, Scotland - Feed the Minds

Regional Development Coordinator, Scotland - Feed the Minds

Location: Home based

Salary: Part-time. £23,500 – £25,500 pro-rata


About the Organisation

Feed the Minds is a UK-based international development charity that has been delivering education projects for over 50 years. Our adult education and training projects provide the skills and knowledge for individuals to transform their own lives and communities, enabling long-term, sustainable change.

We work in partnership with local grassroots organisations in some of the world’s poorest and most marginalised communities, to deliver our innovative adult education projects. By working with local organisations, we are able to actively involve local communities and ensure we meet their needs in an appropriate and sustainable way. We also support local organisations to develop their skills and capacity during the time we partner with them on a particular project, so they will be even better equipped in the future.


Job Description

Your responsibility will be to co-ordinate work with individuals, church and community groups across Scotland; maintaining and developing relationships which provide opportunities to raise funds. You will enjoy networking, presenting, and motivating volunteers. To raise awareness in Scotland of our work with some of the world’s most marginalised people in the Global South, you will need strong people skills and a genuine flair for raising funds to support our work. You need to be IT literate, flexible and have strong attention to detail.

The role is part time (3.5 days per week) and home based. Ideally, you will be based in either Glasgow or Edinburgh. You must excel at managing your own time and balancing multiple priorities. You will enjoy the wide variety of tasks that the role offers and be happy to travel to different parts of Scotland, and occasionally to London.

Your work will directly and positively impact on people’s lives and opportunities across the Global South and you will be a valued member of a highly competent staff team taking our work even further in the next few years.


How to Apply

Applications close at 12pm on Wednesday 27th March. The provisional date for first interviews is Wednesday 3rd April. Sorry, but only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

To apply, you must have the right to live and work in the UK.

For more information, please view our Job Description and Person Specification HERE.  

Please email us with your CV and a Covering Letter which clearly outlines how you match the attached Job Description and Person Specification.

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