Vacancies

COP26 project assistant (internship)

Hours of work:                    30-37h/week

Remuneration:                    Real Living Wage (currently £9.50/hour)

Contract type:                     temporary: July – December 2021

The purpose of this role is to support Nourish team in our work relating to COP26, specifically the Glasgow Food and Climate Declaration and the Fork to Farm dialogues. Both projects work with partners internationally to increase action on sustainable food systems in response to climate change. The successful candidate will attend COP26 with the Nourish team.

The successful candidate will focus on 4 main areas of work:

  • Supporting the convening and maintaining of the Glasgow Declaration partnership, including: minuting the partnership meetings; administering mailing lists; ensuring relevant materials are shared in timely fashion; website maintenance.
  • Supporting the curation of the Fork to Farm exhibition at COP26, including: working with Nourish team and partners to curate, set-up and deliver an online/physical exhibition; liaising with equipment suppliers and venue.
  • Assisting with planning and coordination of events at COP26, including: managing the registration process; making travel arrangements for international partners; co-writing website and social media content; assisting with pre- and post-event communication; collating feedback.
  • Assisting with the research and write-up of case studies and policy briefings, including: transcribing the interviews; extracting and coding the data; drafting.

Please see attached job description for more details. To apply, send the application form to job@nourishscotland.org.uk

The application deadline is Thursday, 17th June 2021.

Documents

Job description: COP26 internship

Application form

Equality and diversity monitoring form

COP26 communications and media officer

Hours of work:                    30-37h/week

Remuneration:                    £40,000 FTE

Contract type:                     temporary: July – December 2021; or self-employed

The purpose of this role is to support Nourish team in communications and media work relating to COP26, specifically the Glasgow Food and Climate Declaration and the Fork to Farm dialogues. Both projects work with partners internationally to increase action on sustainable food systems in response to climate change. The successful candidate will attend COP26 with the Nourish team.

The successful candidate will focus on the following areas of work:

  • Supporting Nourish Scotland with national press and media relations prior to, and during, COP26. This involves producing and placing COP26-related content in the press to gain visibility for the Glasgow Declaration and Fork to Farm Dialogue projects in particular.
  • Achieving visibility for the Glasgow Declaration on social media and in international print and digital press. This includes working closely with the Glasgow Declaration Communications Manager and creating visual, audio and written comms products to support the Declaration’s communications strategy through COP26.
  • Amplifying the work of Climate Tracker, our partner in Fork to Farm Dialogues, raising the profile of international stories of food, farming and climate change though digital channels.

Please see attached job description for more details. To apply, send the application form to job@nourishscotland.org.uk

The application deadline is Tuesday, 13th July 2021.

Documents

Job description: COP26 media post

Application form

Equality and diversity monitoring form