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Edinburgh Agroecology Co-operative
Posted: 14 Mar 2023
Deadline: 26 Mar 2023
Compensation: £29,120 pro rata (£23,296 for four days)
Paid Part-time Flexible hours
(4 days a week) Do you have experience growing for market and want to join our market garden team as we set up on the land? Do you have a desire to work cooperatively to build a successful land based enterprise? If yes, then read on!
Duration: 12 months contract with intention to extend subject to income generation / funding.
Remuneration: £29,120 pro rata (£23,296 for four days). Statutory pension contribution and holiday allowance.
Closing date for applications: 6pm on Sunday 26th March
Interviews: 4th April
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About Edinburgh Agroecology Co-operative
EAC is an agroecology co-operative that has taken on the management of a 100 acre urban farm in Edinburgh. The vision is for a large-scale urban food growing project which is nature-rich, and which will benefit primarily the communities that live in the local area but also the wider city into the future. The farm integrates the three main themes of food growing, biodiversity and community.