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Tir Coed Office Staff
Tir Coed has 24 dedicated members of staff who work closely together for the benefit of Welsh communities and woodlands.
Tir Coed is recruiting for 2 posts:
(15h/w @ 23-25K pro rata) Development Officer Job Description
Freelance Activity Leaders and Support Workers
Tir Coed employs over 50 expert freelance tutors to undertake the important role of leading groups running woodland activities and training courses in the woods
If you are currently working for Tir Coed and want to access staff resources follow this link
If you are a Freelance Activity Leader and think that you could provide interesting activities in the woodland setting please send us a CV and covering letter detailing your relevant experience and availability. If you would like more information on how to get involved with Tir Coed Projects please contact us
Tir Coed is governed by an enthusiastic and knowledgeable board of 9 trustees with a mixture of private, public and third sector experience.
At this exciting time, we feel it is really important to bring some new people to join our Board of Trustees. The role involves volunteering around 7-10 days a year of your time (including email traffic) to guide and support the Charity. All reasonable expenses are covered. For the Trustee posts, Tir Coed are very much seeking to encourage females, BAME people and younger people to apply, especially those who can bring financial, HR, or legal expertise to the Board, however all interested people will be considered on merit. Please contact the Director in the first instance for an informal chat on what is involved if you or anyone you know may wish to join our Board.
If you are interested in becoming a Tir Coed trustee and have an interest in our work please contact us
Tir Coed has offered 7 office-based placements over the past 5 years.
After starting with Tir Coed I have experienced a totally progressive, effective, validating, affirming and supportive organisation, have learned so much and witnessed the impressive transformation of many volunteers socially emotionally and psychologically
Tir Coed employee
Anyone interested in a career in woodlands, forestry, carpentry, crafts or similar may find the following sites useful:
- RFS Forestry and Arboriculture Careers Guide
- Woodland Trust opportunities: https://www.woodlandtrust.org....
- Construction Youth Trust Cymru: constructionyouth.org.uk
- Jobs Growth Wales / Careers Wales :https://www.careerswales.com/e...
- Business Wales: https://businesswales.gov.wale...
- Countryside Jobs Service
- Environment Jobs: https://www.environmentjob.co....
- Plunkett Foundation resources: https://www.plunkett.co.uk/Pag...
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