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Royal Highland Education Trust (RHET) 
RHET Forth Valley Project Co-ordinator


We seek an enthusiastic, organised and flexible individual with a passion for the countryside to work from home on a self-employed basis. They will continue the excellent work currently being undertaken with the support from the local committee, to help young people learn about the countryside, food, farming and their natural heritage.

The contract is for up to 960 hours for a full academic year, starting in August 2016. The role is seasonably variable due to school demand, with the majority of hours within term time. You will organise farm visits and classroom talks for school groups in the Stirling, Clackmannanshire and Falkirk areas encouraging them to foster an understanding of rural life, Scottish farming today and opportunities for careers in the countryside and agricultural sector.

The closing date for CV with a covering application letter is 12 noon Tuesday 28th June 2016. Successful individuals will be required to undertake a PVG Disclosure Scotland check. Interviews for this contract will be held in Stirling on July 7th 2016.

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Please send all applications to rhetinfo@rhass.org.uk




Royal Highland Education Trust (RHET) 
Dumfries and Galloway Countryside Initiative Assistant Co-ordinator


We seek an enthusiastic and flexible individual with a passion for the countryside to work from home on a self-employed basis. They will continue the excellent work currently being undertaken, to help young people learn about the countryside, food, farming and their natural heritage. The position is to further develop the work of RHET in Dumfries & Galloway, working with the D & G Project Co-ordinator.

The contract is for up to 200 hours over one academic year (term time only). The role is seasonably variable due to school demand. You will help organise farm visits and classroom talks for school groups in the west of the Dumfries and Galloway region encouraging children to look at their natural heritage as well as to foster an understanding of Scottish farming today.
The ideal candidate would be based in the Wigtownshire area with a view to covering the area from Stranraer to Newton Stewart and will hold a full driving licence having access to their own vehicle.

Successful individuals will be required to undertake a PVG Disclosure Scotland check.

Closing date for application is Friday 15 July 2016. Please send your CV with a covering letter to:-
Email - carole@cmca-accounting.co.uk
Post - CMCA Accounting, 25A Buccleuch Street, Dumfries, DG1 2AT

Interviews for this contract will be held mid-August, with a view to starting the position in Term 1