The Kirkcudbright Development Trust has had a busy few years, including completion of the renovation of the Johnston building, the adoption of the Visitor Information Centre, the arrival of the new stage in Harbour Square and the work in Barhill Community Woodland, amongst other things.
Seeking to consolidate and embed these amazing developments for the town, the Trust is now recruiting a Community Project Assistant. The role is being advertised on a flexible, 20 hours a week basis, with the existing contract for 12 months. The successful candidate will support the existing team deliver a range of events and promotional activities, as well as providing support services for the organisation.
If you are interested, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for the full job description. Applications to be received by 21st September (interviews scheduled for 28th September).
Kirkcudbright Development Trust’s Community Development Officer, Debbie Craig, said:
“Being able to offer this new role is a measure of the success of our organisation to continue to create opportunities and projects for our community. This could not have been achieved without the support of the Galloway Glens Scheme, for which we are incredibly grateful.
The role is 50% funded through the Galloway Glens Scheme, itself supported by a range of partners including the National Lottery Heritage Fund and Drax, the owners of the Galloway Hydro Scheme. Jan Hogarth, Galloway Glens Education & Community Engagement officer, added:
“We are absolutely delighted to be working with the Kirkcudbright Development Trust to bring on another member of their team, supporting their capacity to grow and expand. It’s another successful step forward for the Kirkcudbright Development Trust’s future ambitions and we see this role as cementing and embedding the great legacy of recent work.
This job really will be offering something different every day and, being offered on a flexible, 20 hours a week basis, could suit a whole range of people.”
Kirkcudbright Development Trust (KDT) is a community run and managed registered charity. It has been formed as an umbrella organisation to help a wide range of local groups secure funding to develop new and improved community projects for the Kirkcudbright and DG6 area. www.kdt.org.
The Galloway Glens is a 5-year project funded by a range of partners including Drax, the owners of the Galloway Hydro Scheme, and the National Lottery Heritage Fund, based in the Stewartry region of Dumfries and Galloway. Its remit is to connect people to their heritage and to support modern rural communities. www.gallowayglens.org