Engagement and Information Assistant
|Company Name||2050 Climate Group|
|Date Posted||10th August 2017|
|Placement Length||12 weeks|
The Host Organisation
The 2050 Climate Group is a group of young professionals working together to educate, engage and empower young people to lead the transition to a low carbon Scotland. In 2016 the group delivered its first major programme of work, the Young Leaders Development Programme (YLDP). In February 2017, the 2050 Climate Group was incorporated as a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO).
The group is managed by a board of 23 volunteers and assisted by a further group of 36 operational volunteers. There is currently 1 employee, the Operations Manager, whose job is to assist the continued growth and impact of the 2050 Climate Group. The 2050 Climate Group is an organisation for young people run by young people and as such our whole team is aged between 18-35. As part of a new and dynamic organisation you will be expected to work closely with the team to carry out a variety of duties.
The 2050 Climate Group is incubated by the charity Young Scot and the Operations Manager is currently based at their central Edinburgh office.
This post will enable the development of the 2050 Climate Group through key operational, logistical and administrative support, particularly in the delivery of the organisations core project, the Young Leaders Development Programme (YLDP). This will involve supporting individuals and groups in the YLDP and the Leaders Network (alumni of the YLDP) to develop and lead their own activities, projects and ideas. In particular managing administration, information and data around this.
To carry out other duties as required by the 2050 Climate Group.
The candidate will be:
E = Essential and D = Desirable
Due to the nature of the post, at the time of appointment individuals must not be a volunteer for the 2050 Climate Group or a member of the Young Leader's Development Programme. If this affects you and you would like to discuss this further please contact Mathilda Heyman.
Deadline: 27 Aug | Interviews: 11 Sep | Part-time 21 hours per week | £8.45 an hour