Recruiting a Local Food & Drink Co-ordinator for the Forth Valley & Lomond area

Together with local partners Forth Environment Link and Stirling, the Forth Valley and Lomond LEADER LAG is recruiting a Local Food & Drink Co-ordinator.  This post is being part-finance by the Scottish Government and the European Community LEADER 2014-2020 Programme and Stirling Council.  We are looking for an experienced and highly motivated individual to lead on developing and delivering a Local Food and Drink Strategy and Action Plan for the Forth Valley and Lomond region. This post is an 18 month post in the first instance and secondments would be considered. 

Candidates will demonstrate their ability to quickly build relationships with different food producers and processors, explore their needs and identify opportunities that will enable growth of the sector whilst improving the sustainability of the sector. The successful applicant will have significant experience of a similar policy and coordination role, a good understanding of the Good Food Nation, Sustainable Food Cities model, Scotland’s Local Food Economy and Scottish Food and Drink sector. Ideally applicants will have good knowledge of previous food and drink work undertaken in the area. The person will be highly organised, with strong communication and interpersonal skills that can foster collaborative working and strong partnerships that will be crucial to the success of this role.

 A copy of the job description and details on how to apply can be found on https://www.myjobscotland.gov.uk/councils/stirling-council/jobs/local-food-drink-co-ordinator-70526

The closing date is 1 February and interviews will be held on 9th and 10th of February 2017

The closing date is 1 February 2017

are looking for an experienced and highly motivated individual to lead on developing and delivering a Local Food and Drink Strategy and Action Plan for the Forth Valley and Lomond region. Candidates will demonstrate their ability to quickly build relationships with different food producers and processors, explore their needs and identify opportunities that will enable growth of the sector whilst improving the sustainability of the sector. The successful applicant will have significant experience of a similar policy and coordination role, a good understanding of the Good Food Nation, Sustainable Food Cities model, Scotland’s Local Food Economy and Scottish Food and Drink sector. Ideally applicants will have good knowledge of previous food and drink work undertaken in the area. The person will be highly organised, with strong communication and interpersonal skills that can foster collaborative working and strong partnerships that will be crucial to the success of this role. - See more at: https://www.myjobscotland.gov.uk/councils/stirling-council/jobs/local-food-drink-co-ordinator-70526#sthash.abgh8q9P.dpuf
are looking for an experienced and highly motivated individual to lead on developing and delivering a Local Food and Drink Strategy and Action Plan for the Forth Valley and Lomond region. Candidates will demonstrate their ability to quickly build relationships with different food producers and processors, explore their needs and identify opportunities that will enable growth of the sector whilst improving the sustainability of the sector. The successful applicant will have significant experience of a similar policy and coordination role, a good understanding of the Good Food Nation, Sustainable Food Cities model, Scotland’s Local Food Economy and Scottish Food and Drink sector. Ideally applicants will have good knowledge of previous food and drink work undertaken in the area. The person will be highly organised, with strong communication and interpersonal skills that can foster collaborative working and strong partnerships that will be crucial to the success of this role. - See more at: https://www.myjobscotland.gov.uk/councils/stirling-council/jobs/local-food-drink-co-ordinator-70526#sthash.abgh8q9P.dpuf
are looking for an experienced and highly motivated individual to lead on developing and delivering a Local Food and Drink Strategy and Action Plan for the Forth Valley and Lomond region. Candidates will demonstrate their ability to quickly build relationships with different food producers and processors, explore their needs and identify opportunities that will enable growth of the sector whilst improving the sustainability of the sector. The successful applicant will have significant experience of a similar policy and coordination role, a good understanding of the Good Food Nation, Sustainable Food Cities model, Scotland’s Local Food Economy and Scottish Food and Drink sector. Ideally applicants will have good knowledge of previous food and drink work undertaken in the area. The person will be highly organised, with strong communication and interpersonal skills that can foster collaborative working and strong partnerships that will be crucial to the success of this role. - See more at: https://www.myjobscotland.gov.uk/councils/stirling-council/jobs/local-food-drink-co-ordinator-70526#sthash.abgh8q9P.dpuf
are looking for an experienced and highly motivated individual to lead on developing and delivering a Local Food and Drink Strategy and Action Plan for the Forth Valley and Lomond region. Candidates will demonstrate their ability to quickly build relationships with different food producers and processors, explore their needs and identify opportunities that will enable growth of the sector whilst improving the sustainability of the sector. The successful applicant will have significant experience of a similar policy and coordination role, a good understanding of the Good Food Nation, Sustainable Food Cities model, Scotland’s Local Food Economy and Scottish Food and Drink sector. Ideally applicants will have good knowledge of previous food and drink work undertaken in the area. The person will be highly organised, with strong communication and interpersonal skills that can foster collaborative working and strong partnerships that will be crucial to the success of this role. - See more at: https://www.myjobscotland.gov.uk/councils/stirling-council/jobs/local-food-drink-co-ordinator-70526#sthash.abgh8q9P.dpuf
are looking for an experienced and highly motivated individual to lead on developing and delivering a Local Food and Drink Strategy and Action Plan for the Forth Valley and Lomond region. Candidates will demonstrate their ability to quickly build relationships with different food producers and processors, explore their needs and identify opportunities that will enable growth of the sector whilst improving the sustainability of the sector. The successful applicant will have significant experience of a similar policy and coordination role, a good understanding of the Good Food Nation, Sustainable Food Cities model, Scotland’s Local Food Economy and Scottish Food and Drink sector. Ideally applicants will have good knowledge of previous food and drink work undertaken in the area. The person will be highly organised, with strong communication and interpersonal skills that can foster collaborative working and strong partnerships that will be crucial to the success of this role. - See more at: https://www.myjobscotland.gov.uk/councils/stirling-council/jobs/local-food-drink-co-ordinator-70526#sthash.abgh8q9P.dpuf
are looking for an experienced and highly motivated individual to lead on developing and delivering a Local Food and Drink Strategy and Action Plan for the Forth Valley and Lomond region. Candidates will demonstrate their ability to quickly build relationships with different food producers and processors, explore their needs and identify opportunities that will enable growth of the sector whilst improving the sustainability of the sector. The successful applicant will have significant experience of a similar policy and coordination role, a good understanding of the Good Food Nation, Sustainable Food Cities model, Scotland’s Local Food Economy and Scottish Food and Drink sector. Ideally applicants will have good knowledge of previous food and drink work undertaken in the area. The person will be highly organised, with strong communication and interpersonal skills that can foster collaborative working and strong partnerships that will be crucial to the success of this role. - See more at: https://www.myjobscotland.gov.uk/councils/stirling-council/jobs/local-food-drink-co-ordinator-70526#sthash.abgh8q9P.dpuf