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Scotland Regional Manager

Pasture for Life
Remote working from somewhere in Scotland

Posted: 6 Sep 2023

Deadline: 2 Oct 2023

Compensation: IRO £35,000

Paid Full-time Part-time Flexible hours Fixed term / contract Remote working


Job description

This is a new role at PfL and will be central to consolidating the expansion of our work in Scotland, particularly in relation to a new education and training project to promote regenerative livestock systems. The role will report to our Head of Programmes and Community and will work closely with our Head of Research who is based in Scotland.

We’re looking for someone with strong project management skills and an understanding of training and knowledge exchange. The key responsibilities of the role are:

● Managing PfL’s knowledge exchange projects in Scotland aimed at the farming community. ● Project coordination of a new Regenerative Agriculture Internship ● Developing key relationships with other organisations including other farming communities with whom we can work together ● Originating new projects and funding opportunities to advance our aims

Required skills and experience: ● Outgoing, articulate and energetic personality, passionate about PfL’s cause and community ● Outstanding project coordination skills ● Experience of overseeing project budgets ● Ability to work independently and proactively as part of a remote-working team ● An understanding of regenerative agriculture / agroecology

Preferred skills and experience: ● Knowledge of delivering training programmes ● Interest in widening participation in agriculture ● Prior experience working in the food & farming sector

Specifics of the role:

This is a role that could be undertaken on a part time (0.8FTE) or full time basis for a fixed period of two years. This position will be salaried and in the region of £35,000 FTE depending on skills and experience. The successful candidate will need to live in Scotland to ensure they can easily travel to events.

Pasture for Life is a nationwide organisation and its active Directors, volunteers, and current staff members work from home so these roles will be expected to make their own working arrangements. A computer will be provided, if needed. Team communications are currently held through Zoom and other media, with occasional face-to-face meetings. The successful applicant will be expected to travel for which expenses may be claimed. They will need to be able to work on their own, but also to communicate effectively with the wider PfL team, ensuring everyone is pulling together in the same direction.

Anyone interested in these roles can write to with their CV and a covering letter stating their interest and explaining why they would be the best person for the job. If you have questions about the role, please contact

The application deadline for this role is 17:00 2nd October and we will interview w/c 9th October

Application information

Sending CV and covering letter to explaining why you are the right candidate for the role.

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About Pasture for Life

Pasture for Life champions the restorative power of grazing animals on pasture and advocates for a future where grazing animals eat only their natural diet – pasture – and drive positive ecological and social outcomes throughout our farmed landscapes. In seeking to transition farmers to these practices, we generate positive impact in the areas of environmental, animal and human health as well as supporting a thriving rural economy and wider sustainable food system. Pasture for Life was set up as a not-for-profit membership organisation in March 2011. Approximately 85% of our 1,000+ members are farmers, with the remainder butchers, retailers, chefs, vets, academics, conservationists and others with a stake in and interested in supporting our mission and values. While operating like a charitable NGO, our membership of practitioners means we are, literally, grounded and sought after for our ability to deliver change, not just policy recommendations.