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Various throughout Scotland
£33,153 - £36,126 per year
Contract Type:
Fixed Term
Position Type:
Full Time
35 hours per week

This position has expired.

Job Description

(This post is funded through Period Dignity Partnership and will be hosted by Dundee and Angus College)

 Period Dignity Regional Lead Officer
Regional Post (working with community partners Dundee & Angus College, Perth College, Dundee City Council and Angus Council)
35 hours per week / Fixed-Term to 1st August 2024
Salary: DA10, £33,153 - £36,126

Working in partnership across the Tay Cities Region to aid in the implementation of the Period Product Act, this post aims to coordinate and streamline the approach to Period Dignity across Perth & Kinross, Dundee and Angus.  The Lead Officer will provide outstanding project leadership and management for a range of activities, events, and outcomes. This will include engaging with staff, partners, communities and young people in developing and delivering a campaign that stretches across our regions, raising awareness and understanding of the Period Product Act and the expanse of work happening in our respective communities

Energy, enthusiasm and excellent interpersonal skills are needed, backed up with a qualification at degree level and a successful track record of engaging and empowering a large range of people from a diverse range of cultural and socio-economic backgrounds, in particular young people who menstruate.  

Experience of successful working with a wide range of stakeholders, to deliver project outcomes and enhanced opportunities for young people, clients or others is needed, coupled with evidence of devising and delivering marketing and promotional campaigns to reach various audiences.  

The ability to communicate and confidently present complex information to a range of audiences which include oral, written and presentation skills is a key feature of the role, as you will be answerable to partners across the Tay Cities.

Strong organisational, administrative, IT and team working skills are also essential, in particular the ability to set up and fully administer various social media platforms for maximum impact.

You will be required to work over Angus, Tayside and Perth, in different environments including outreach and community based.

A full driver’s licence and access to a vehicle are essential.

This is a fixed term project funded role, initially through to 1st August 2024.

 Closing date for receipt of completed application forms is Sunday 19th June 2022.

Interviews will be carried out face to face, and are scheduled for 1st July 2022.