10-11-13 Geopark Vacancies
The North West Highlands Geopark is looking for two people to fill vacancies.

[Global Geoparks Network][North West Highlands Geopark][Scottish Government]


North West Highlands Geopark Ltd, a Company Limited by Guarantee and social enterprise, works to promote and enhance our fantastic geological heritage and geotourism potential. Recognised as the “cradle of geology” and supported by UNESCO, the Board has gained significant support from the Scottish Government for two years. The Board therefore is delighted to announce that we wish to employ two Managers, both posts guaranteed initially to December 2015, to deliver this exciting funding package. With huge opportunities to encourage and develop economic growth across the five communities of North West Sutherland and Wester Ross, we are looking for interested and enthusiastic applicants for:


Geopark Business Manager

The Geopark Business Manager will be responsible for creating a Business Plan to prove our sustainability to 2020 and beyond. The Manager is also responsible for the continual update of our Action and Development Plan, along with the day to day administration involved with their delivery. The Directors welcome applications from candidates experienced in fundraising and business planning. Based in the Geopark, salary is dependent on that experience and track record. Working in remote and rural Sutherland is hugely rewarding, and this post may be suitable for part time hours, job share, or flexible working. Please therefore email Vice Chairman, Stuart McHugh with an expression of interest at: info@northwest-highlands-geopark.org.uk by 28th November 2013.


Geopark Information Manager

Combining both Georanger and Geoscientist skills, the Geopark Information Officer will have gained a geodiversity qualification or an earth science degree and have an outstanding ability to enhance verbally and visually the existing interpretation of the Geopark’s world famous geological features and geosites to visitors and residents of all ages. The Board anticipates the delivery of our Geodiversity Action and Development Plan, a new Paths Plan and the delivery of an exciting range of Georanger activities, including walks, talks and presentations. Working in remote and rural Sutherland is hugely rewarding, and this post may be suitable for part time hours, job share, or flexible working. Please therefore email Vice Chairman, Stuart McHugh with an expression of interest at: info@northwest-highlands-geopark.org.uk by 28th November 2013.



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