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Innovation & Development Manager

The Claddach Kirkibost Centre, Isle of North Uist


Full-time. Two-year contract. Salary: £35,000


Urachadh Uibhist is looking to recruit an enthusiastic and creative Innovation & Development Manager, who will take the Centre on to the next phase in its development.


This is a unique and exciting opportunity to live and work in a beautiful part of the Hebrides and play a pivotal role in the development of the Claddach Kirkibost Centre, which is a key hub for the island. In our small and close-knit community, successful outcomes from this role, strengthening and developing the Claddach Kirkibost Centre, will be truly transformational for the community as a whole.


The new role includes:


The role involves reporting to the Urachadh Uibhist board and also adhering to the reporting requirements of the project funders.



About Urachadh Uibhist: Urachadh Uibhist (which means Revitalising Uist) was formed in 1995 and is run by a voluntary board. The management of the Claddach Kirkibost Centre for the benefit of the North Uist community is its main activity. The Centre is based in a former school building and has been extended and improved over the years, through successful funding bids to include the activities mentioned above. For a number of years a successful nursery was operated from the building, before this was relocated to the new North Uist Primary School in 2016, although still operated by UU.



Application notes

For further information about this position, please visit www.goodmoves.org.uk to download an application pack. Alternatively email: office@claddach-kirkibost.org or Tel: 01876 580390.


The deadline for applications is midnight 26 February.


Interviews will be held during the week commencing 12 March 2018.


This project is part-financed by the European Community Outer Hebrides LEADER 2014-2020 Programme and the Scottish Government.