We are building a team dedicated to delivering its vision by implementing an exciting business plan and achieving demanding targets.
Our pension scheme has been awarded the Pension Quality Mark. This independent scheme assesses a workplace pension on the standard of employer contributions being at least 10%, governance arrangements that are in place, and communications to staff being clear, engaging and easy to understand.
circa £36,00031 Mar 2014 - 09:00Location: Stirling
Our research and evaluation team plays a key role in supporting delivery teams across the whole range of Zero Waste Scotland’s activity, and in determining how we can best measure and evaluate our impact. A skilled and experienced researcher/analyst is required to join our team, to commission and manage programme evaluation, carrying out research, and more generally in supporting our delivery programmes in research design and interpretation.
£27,00028 Mar 2014 - 17:00Location: Stirling
Are you passionate about pushing the boundaries of digital communication? Can you seize the potential of digital media to create new opportunities to get your message across? Do you have a solid technical skillset that you’ve effectively applied in a communications and/or campaign context?
circa £33,000 + benefits24 Mar 2014 - 09:00Location: Stirling, with travel
Zero Waste Scotland is at the forefront of delivering Scotland’s transition to a low carbon, resource efficient economy. Zero Waste Scotland (ZWS) also manages the recently announced Resource Efficient Scotland (RES) programme offering advice & support to organisations across Scotland and in strategic sectors, on energy, water and materials resource efficiency. We’re now recruiting for a number of posts across the organisation and we’re looking for dynamic, experienced individuals dedicated to delivering our vision.
circa £44,00024 Mar 2014 - 09:00Location: Stirling
You will be responsible for strategic engagement with leading organisations with an interest in litter and flytipping and for programme planning and delivery. You will play a key role in supporting the forthcoming national litter strategy, with responsibility for leading a small team of specialists who deliver research and investments to provide evidence to support policy development.
£50k - £60k20 Mar 2014 - 12:00Location: Banbury
WRAP is currently engaged in a restructuring and transformation programme that includes diversifying its funding away from reliance on government grants. WRAP has recently announced its intention to register as a Charity.
As part of this transformation there is an exciting and unique vacancy for a Head of Procurement, reporting into the Chief Financial Officer, to provide professional leadership in relation to commercial and procurement activity supporting the wider vision and priorities of the business.
circa £33,00019 Mar 2014 - 17:00Location: Stirling
The Heat Network Partnership (HNP) brings together the Scottish Government and those organisations that provide financial and technical support and guidance to businesses, the public sector, communities and households, together with a wider partnership of key stakeholders, to deliver a step change in the scale of heat networks in Scotland.
Circa £33,000 p.a.19 Mar 2014 - 17:00Location: Stirling, with travel
Working closely with, and being directed by, the Programme Area Manager – Circular Economy, this role will have specific responsibility for supporting our procurement work within both the public and private sector in Scotland.
Circa £23,000 pa pro rata + benefits Part time 2 days a week (Monday and Tuesday)12 Mar 2014 - 12:00Location: Cardiff
WRAP is seeking an experienced administrator who can demonstrate commitment and flexibility, a self-motivated individual with demonstrable experience of supporting a busy team and ensuring the smooth running of the office.