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14 May 2010

Situation Vacant: Transition in Action Project Manager (Totnes based)

totnesedapcover1This is a new position of significant responsibility and profile to enable Transition Town Totnes to successfully navigate new terrain and expand its reach and impact through starting the process of implementing its recently launched Energy Descent Action Plan (EDAP).  This is a unique opportunity for an entrepreneurial individual of proven professional management capability, ideally with experience of social enterprise creation and community engagement.  Job share arrangements would be considered if the right complement of skills and experience are matched.

You may view the EDAP online here.  Duration: from June / July 2010 for 3 years.

Hours and rate:

  • Full time at £25,000
  • Standard office hours are 37.5
  • Holiday is 5 weeks + bank holidays (6.6 weeks / 33 days)
  • Need for flexible hours, being regularly available in evenings.

Job share arrangements would be considered if the right complement of skills and experience are matched.

Deadline for applications: 03 June 2010 | Dates for interview: 11 June 2010

For further details and an application pack, please contact:

  • EDAP Recruitment, Transition Town Totnes, 43 Fore Street, Totnes, TQ9 5HN
  • 01803 867358

Transition Town Totnes Limited is a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee, applying for charitable status. Registered in England and Wales, company number 06287039. Registered office address: 43 Fore Street, Totnes TQ9 5HN

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Graham Burnett
27 May 6:20pm

Just received my copy and may a I just say blimey what a fat volume! I was half expecting a fairly slim and dry tome a bit like those academic reports on food growing cities and such like that policy wonks send out, but this is totally lavish and plenty to get stuck into… I’m taking it to the permaculture course I’m running this weekend in Essex where hopefully I’ll not only be able to show it round but also maybe even find time to get a proper look at it myself, woe betide any punter who tries to disappear with it…

21 Jul 3:46pm

To create some ‘universal’ badge designs (which could also carry other messages) but which have the colour identity design of transition morality which broaden-out into other issues associated with intelligent thinking.
transition to sustainabilty