We have several storage containers available for short and long term rental in Craignure, with immediate entry. Please give us a call in the office if you’re interested. 01680 812900
***PLEASE NOTE THE CLOSING DATE FOR THIS POST HAS NOW PASSED***
We are looking for a volunteer assistant ranger for 3 months full time beginning late May. This is a great opportunity to develop skills and experience in nature conservation and rangering. The role is based in the south of Mull and involves assisting with varied tasks over a number of island sites including Iona and Staffa. Tasks will include wildlife survey work, delivery of education projects and public events programme, providing information to visitors, practical maintenance. Accommodation and some travel costs will be covered.
You must show enthusiasm for wildlife and the great outdoors. Some knowledge/experience in the relevant field would be useful but more important is flexibility, good communication skills, an ability to work under your own initiative, and a desire to learn. You will need to be willing and able to work inside or outside in all weathers, including some lone working in rugged coastal terrain. Some weekend/evening hours will be required.
Please contact Emily Wilkins for more information and an application form (no CVs please).
Closing date: 9am Wednesday 14th March 2018
Interview date: week of 26th March
Please note – now closed
Latest Vacancies: February 2018
Please download the job description and application form below:
Please send all completed applications to Jan Dunlop – firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date is Friday 16th February 2018 at 4pm. Interviews are planned for the week of 26th February with a potential start date of 2nd April.
For the RSPB post, please visit: http://ww2.rspb.org.uk/about-the-rspb/about-us/job-vacancies/details/450735-community-information-and-tourism-officer
Please note the deadline for this job vacancy has now passed. 25/01/18
More MESS & Waste Less
Learn more about:
- Where you can access local recycling facilities and what materials can be recycled on Mull
- Where you can gain support to upcycle waste materials and compost
- How to take part in an island wide competition to divert waste from landfill
- Support for local businesses to tackle waste
The Mull and Iona Community Trust project, More MESS & Waste LESS has been awarded a grant of £55,428* from the Scottish Government’s Climate Challenge Fund. The project will provide education and practical demonstrations to show that waste materials are a valuable community asset that can provide environmental and economic benefits to the islands. The project will make savings in carbon emissions through diverting waste from landfill for reuse, upcycling and recycling.
*Includes maximum funding of £26,001 from the European Regional Development Fund.
- A keen recycler?
- Interested in composting and/or upcycling?
- Concerned about food waste and/or reducing your carbon footprint?
Do you have a few hours to spare?
to join the exciting new More MESS, Waste LESS project, co-ordinating our community reduce, reuse, recycling drive!
- Leading or taking part in upcycling workshops with furniture, crafts and other reusable materials.
- Trialling a food waste composter in your garden.
- Helping spread the word about local recycling facilities and what materials can be recycled on Mull.
- Assisting with an island wide competition to encourage more people to reduce, reuse and recycle.
Contact Siân to find out more: email@example.com 01680 81290