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In our most recent, anonymous, staff satisfaction survey, 100% of staff said they feel proud to work for LtL. This confidence is based on professionalism: all staff reported their experience that LtL offers high quality services to our clients. This is borne out by repeat business and the longevity of our partnerships.

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Then discover who makes up the Learning through Landscapes team and what motivates them.

Why work for us?

LtL staff have a wide range of professional skills including teaching, child care, landscape architecture, fundraising, programme management, finance and business administration. As a relatively small organisation, collaboration and variety are key and we’ve built a very strong and supportive team spirit. LtL is a tightly run ship, with a purposeful culture where everyone’s contribution counts. If you like to hide away at work, this is not a place for you. But if you like to get things done and be valued for making a contribution, then LTL is a great place to be.

LtL strives to ensure it’s staff are rewarded for their contribution and offers many ‘soft’ benefits to help create a culture where staff welfare and wellbeing are high on the agenda and where staff feel happy, confident and rewarded in their work.

Who are we looking for?

The team at LtL has a wide range of professional skills including teaching, childcare, landscape architecture, fundraising, programme management and business administration.

As a relatively small organisation, collaboration and variety are key and we’ve built a very strong and supportive team spirit. LtL is a tightly run ship, with a purposeful culture where everyone’s contribution counts.

If you like to hide away at work, this is not a place for you, but if you like to get things done and be valued for making a contribution, then LtL is a great place to be.

If you are interested in working for us, please view our current vacancies (listed below). We also offer opportunities to deliver our work on a freelance basis as an Accredited Professional.

Current vacancies

Scotland Director

Learning through Landscapes’ Scotland Director is responsible for developing and delivering our strategic plan while managing the dynamic Scottish team. They will help grow our funding streams, work programmes and influencing and ensure the high-quality delivery of our resources, projects and services. The Scotland Director will also liaise closely with the wider UK team contributing to the broader strategy of the organisation and sharing good practice.

This is a senior level position with responsibility for leading our work, with control for operations in Scotland as well as supporting the development of our work across the UK. The post holder will be line managed by LtL’s CEO and be a member of LtL’s Management Team. The post holder may, on occasion, be expected to deputise for the CEO.

Download the Job Description and Person Specification here.

Application procedure

Please read the job description and person specification fully. For further information about this post please email dayling@ltl.org.uk with your contact details.

If you wish to apply for the post please email/send us the following:
• Your CV
• A covering letter explaining your interest in the role and how you match the requirements
• Contact details (including email address and phone number) of two referees, one of whom should be your most recent employer.

Timeline

The closing date for applications is 5pm on Tuesday 19 November and your application should be emailed to recruitment@ltl.org.uk

You will be notified if you are successful for interview by Tuesday 26 November and successful applicants will receive an email telling them of their interview time and preparation tasks.

Interviews will be held on Tuesday 3 December at our offices in Stirling.

Project Officer (7 hrs per week)

Administrator  (7 hrs per week)

The Natural Nations project is looking for a Project Officer and an Administrator to work with the Projects Manager on this exciting Erasmus funded project.

We would be very happy to consider combining the two roles to create a two day per week post for the right candidate.

The posts will be based in either our Winchester office or our Stirling office but travel to Europe is an essential part of the role for the Project officer post with possibly some support from the administrator on occasions.

Please read the information carefully and get in touch with Mary Jackson if you have any questions about either role.

You can read the information and job descriptions by clicking on the following links

Project Officer – Natural Nations

Administrator – Natural Nations

To apply for the post/s please submit your cv and a covering letter by 5 pm on Friday 15th November.

Volunteering opportunities

LTL is always keen to work with volunteers whose skills could help support the development of our work both in the office and with schools and early years settings. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you think you can help in any way.

LTL is always keen to work with volunteers whose skills could help support the development of our work both in the office and with schools and early years settings. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you think you can help in any way.

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