By Madeleine Penkett
20th December 2021
FFCC is recruiting a Director in Wales.
Are you passionate about helping to develop more adaptable and resilient food, farming and countryside sectors in Wales, to respond to the climate, nature and health crisis? Would you like to work with a national, networked organisation, focussed on helping to make change happen?
The Food, Farming and Countryside Commission works across the UK through a network of national and local teams. Our place-based inquiries comprise three inquiries in England – in Cumbria, Devon and Cambridgeshire – and one each in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
The Wales inquiry launched its report, Wales Field Guide for Future Generations, in July 2020, showcasing a small selection of the many examples of innovative Welsh practices and setting out plans for the inquiry’s next phase. Our current programme of work in Wales is focussed on four key areas:
This role will suit you if you have:
To learn more about the role, please download the Job Description at the top of this page.
Term: 1 year freelance contract (with option to extend)
Closing date: 23:59 on Sunday, 16th January 2022
Contract value: £30,000 (inclusive of any applicable VAT) over the contract’s length.
Location: Home based (applicants must be based in Wales).
To apply: Please send your CV and a one page cover letter, explaining why you are suitable for this role and your reasons for applying, to firstname.lastname@example.org.