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Buckinghamshire Food Partnership CIO (BFP)
Homeworking with some travel across Buckinghamshire for meetings as required. You are also welcome to use the hot desk at our registered office in Chesham.
Posted: 11 Oct 2021
Deadline: 27 Oct 2021
Compensation: Part-time preferably 3-4 days/week, c.£27-32k per annum (c.£40-45k FTE) depending on experience, 3 year contract with annual review of funding.
Paid Part-time Flexible hours Fixed term / contract
Are you a superb strategist, passionate about sustainable food in Bucks?
This is an exciting time to join Buckinghamshire Food Partnership. Having recently gained charitable status, we now need someone to help us translate our charitable objectives into a bold and actionable strategic plan. You will work collaboratively with our trustees, steering group, and other stakeholders to address some of today’s most pressing social, economic and environmental issues related to food. Using the Sustainable Food Places model, you will identify and build relationships with local partners across Buckinghamshire who share our vision for a better food system. Thank you to the Rothschild Foundation for providing the initial three-year funding for this role.
Find the full job description at https://bucksfoodpartnership.org/job-vacancies/
Please send your CV and a covering letter (of no more than two sides of A4) that explains how your experience, knowledge and skills fulfill the requirements of the role to firstname.lastname@example.org by 9am Wed 27th Oct 2021.
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About Buckinghamshire Food Partnership CIO (BFP)
BFP is a newly-established charity. We believe that all people in Buckinghamshire should have access to healthy, affordable, sustainably produced and culturally appropriate food. The food system is both complex and interconnected, so we convene, support and facilitate local groups to test collaborative initiatives and forge new ways of working. We bring together communities, businesses, charities and local authorities to realise a more sustainable and just local food system across the county.