Kyle & Lochalsh Community Trust  is looking for talented and dedicated people to join a small, friendly and dynamic team. For full details of each job see the links below.

If you are interested in applying for any of the posts, please send your CV and a supporting cover letter detailing your suitability to the job as well as relevant experience and qualifications to before midday on the 1 November.

We have successfully secured 3 years project funding from the Community Lottery Fund & the Heritage Lottery Fund to improve the condition of the Plock and introduce a variety of conservation volunteering opportunities and activities that will connect people with the Plock, improve their health and well-being and help them to learn new skills. This project will be led by a Ranger and an Outdoor Learning &Wellbeing Officer, working as a team, and supported by KLCT staff and volunteers.

We are looking for an enthusiastic Ranger who will oversee the maintenance and management of the Plock; the infrastructure projects works; the work of our keen conservation volunteers; the Community Shed project as well as help to deliver activities and work to raise awareness of the Plock. Find out more on how to join the team and inspire others to enjoy the outdoors here  

An innovative Outdoor Learning & Wellbeing Officer will deliver activities and help to connect people with the Plock. A social prescribing aspect of the project will be guided by a steering group supported through the Highland Green Health Partnership. Further information on this pioneering project can be found here 

Interviews will be week commencing 9th November

We have funding from the SSE Renewables Highland Sustainable Development Fund for a creative part time Viking Living Village Officer to work with our community, various stakeholders, and consultants to develop a Viking Village concept in a way that fits our community’s aspirations and brings social, cultural and economic benefits to the area. Find full information on this exciting opportunity here 

 Interviews will be week commencing 16th November.

The successful applicants for each post will be initially offered a 3-month probationary period. It is anticipated that the jobs will be based in the Trust’s office in Kyle but this will depend on Covid-19 restrictions at the time of appointment.  Each post carries 33 days’ annual leave (pro rata) inclusive of public holidays and Employer pension contributions of 5% are offered.