Environment Centre logoThe Environment Centre is hosting Bwyd Abertawe, a project which has been building a network of sustainable food initiatives, businesses and supporters to improve food resilience in Swansea.

This role will continue the development of a local cross-sector food partnership, committed to working together across all key food issues, and oversee Bwyd Abertawe’s application to become a Sustainable Food Places Network member in March 2023.

Contract Duration, Hours and Employment Status:

Employment is on a self-employed basis. The successful applicant will be contracted to work a total of 50 days from commencement in September 2022 for up to one year. However, they are actively seeking funds for additional hours and to extend the position.

Payment Daily rate: £150, monthly reimbursement

Responsible to: Bwyd Abertawe Steering Committee

The Environment Centre is delighted to host Bwyd Abertawe, a project which has been building a network of sustainable food initiatives, businesses and supporters to improve food resilience in Swansea.

They have recently won a Sustainable Food Places (SFP) Development Grant that will fund a dedicated Coordinator to manage and develop the network, and to help Swansea become a vibrant centre for sustainable, local food, with a healthy and more equitable food system that works for people and the planet.

They want to recruit someone who is passionate about good food - not only its provenance and quality, but its benefits to nature, our local economy, and the health of residents, workers, students and visitors.

They are looking for a Coordinator to continue developing this project, starting as soon as possible, and being in post by the end of September 2022.

For more information or to apply, click here to visit the Environment Centre website

Closing date for expressions of interest: Midnight, Sunday 21st August.