Job: Member Engagement and Support Coordinator

Hours:  21 hours per week (0.6 FTE) generally Monday to Friday but some occasional evenings and weekends required

Salary:   £30,240 (pro rata)

Location:  Scotland – home working or co-working space

Deadline: 5pm Friday 30th June

Interview: Week starting 10th July

Are you our next Member Engagement and Support Coordinator?  We are looking for someone to join us here at SCCAN as we continue to grow and thrive.  This is a crucial role to help us as we continue along our path.  We are a sociocratic organisation that works through a decentralised structure, giving autonomy and dispersing power to those who take forward the different facets of our work.  

This is a revised and exciting role which affords the opportunity for shaping and developing SCCAN as it continues to grow.  As such, this role will contribute to SCCAN’s mission, values and purpose of supporting community-led action in Scotland to address the climate and nature emergency, by ensuring that SCCAN members are able to fully engage with and benefit from membership of the network.

It offers the postholder excellent  scope to develop and innovate, with great opportunities for professional development. 

Job Description

Your application should take the form of a single document which consists of:

  • A covering letter (maximum one page) outlining the reasons you fit the role;
  • A CV (maximum two pages) including 
    • an indication of your recent employment / activities with reason for leaving plus 
    • the names, email and phone number of two people who have agreed to provide a reference [only contacted after job offer]. 

Please give the document filename: [YOUR SURNAME] – Member Engagement with the same document name used in the Subject line of the email – to help us keep track of applicants. 

Please do not include your date of birth or photo in any of the documents.

Send completed applications to: by 5pm on Friday 30th June. 

The panel will shortlist on the basis of evidence provided of meeting the required skills and experience.