New Job Opportunities at RGU:Union

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Are you interested in environmental issues? Do you want to be part of the RGU:Union team? We've been lucky to have been awarded £150,000 from the Climate Change Fund for our RGU:Go Green project.

We run a number of campaigns and activities under the Go Green banner, including a bike hire scheme, organic vegetable bags, community allotment, halls energy challenge, water conservation projects and more. As part of this new funding cycle, we are looking to recruit four paid staff members within the project.

We are looking for applicants for:

• Climate Change Manager
• Climate Change Projects Officer
• Engagement Officer (x2)

Applications are open now, and will close on Monday 16th May. To find out more about each role, and to download an application form, visit the jobs section of the website.

 

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