Job: Network Coordinator for Edinburgh

Hours:  35 hrs/week.  Flexible working options available

Salary:  28,000 (pay award pending)

Location:  home based with option of co-working space

Deadline: Monday 22 May 2023 at 12noon


Could you be our next Network Coordinator for Edinburgh?  You will play an important role supporting local community groups and projects involved with  grass roots change in Edinburgh.  You will be part of and supported by a wider team of network coordinators across Scotland who are leading on the development of community climate action networks and hubs.  

You will work with local community-led organisations to provide ongoing support to civil society / third sector / community led groups, ensuring structures and processes for peer support and sharing of experience and learning between groups are established and maintained.  Through this, you will work with their local communities to establish a Local Implementation Group to explore options to structure future networking and develop an application for Scottish Government funding to host a regional Community Climate Action Hub.

You can find more information outlined in our job description.

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If you would like to discuss this post or its requirements please contact: Susan Lancaster, Operations Manager (

Application notes

Your application should take the form of a single document containing: 

  • a covering letter (maximum ONE page) outlining the reasons you fit the role 
  • a CV (maximum 2 pages).  Please ensure you also include references and contact details for two professional referees

Deadline for applications:  Monday 22 May 2023 at 12noon.

Please give the document filename: YOURSURNAME – Edinburgh with the same document name used in the Subject line of the email – to help us keep track of applicants. 

Please send you application to Susan Lancaster Operations manager 

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


SCCAN encourages applications from under-represented sections of society, including but not limited to: people with disabilities; people of colour; trans and non-binary people, other members of the LGBTQI+ community and women. All are welcome.