An exciting opportunity exists for people with a passion for working in their community and making a difference. Caithness Voluntary Group in partnership with Pulteney Peoples Project and Thurso Community Development Trust have secured funding from the Aspiring Communities Fund. Supported by the Scottish Government and European Social Fund (ESF) the fund supports those in in our most deprived and fragile communities in the Highlands and Islands areas to develop and deliver long-term local solutions that address local priorities and needs, increase active inclusion and build on the assets of local communities to reduce poverty and to enable inclusive growth.

The aim of these posts will be to work in Wick, Thurso and Rural Caithness under line management of Caithness Voluntary Group to identify, report and develop services which reduce inequalities, increase active inclusion and enable inclusive growth.

These are for a fixed term of one year and in view of the travelling involved a driving licence and access to a car would be required.

The officers will be based in either Thurso or Telford House and the Pulteney Centre in Wick but will come together on a regular basis to share best practice.

To apply please send your CV and supporting letter explaining how you fit the job descriptions below. If you have a preference for the location of the post you are applying for please include that in the covering letter and send to CVG, Telford House, Williamson Street, Wick, Caithness or e-mail helen@cvg.org.uk

Closing Date 12pm on 20th of November and interviews will be held in Wick on 27 November 2018.

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