New Jobs! – do you want to work with us to engage people in climate change action?

Awel Aman Tawe is advertising two new jobs. Awel Aman Tawe (AAT), is a community energy charity which has been operating for 21 years. Our prime drivers are tackling climate change, job creation, retaining wealth in the Welsh economy and engaging people in energy. We have a strong reputation for delivery of education, arts and engagement to achieve low carbon regeneration.

Mary Ann Brocklesby, Chair of Trustees said “These are two new and exciting jobs. We’ve been expanding rapidly and are looking for a Deputy Manager to support our finance and management processes, and an Education Officer to help take forward our work with school, colleges and the public. We are very grateful to the Wales Council for Voluntary Action (WCVA) who are funding these posts through the Third Sector Resilience Fund for Wales Phase 2 Scheme.”

AAT works on a number of projects including energy efficiency, renewable energy, regeneration, sustainable transport, community arts and education. It has developed two co-operatives, raising over £15m from community shares and bank finance to build them. AAT provides management/administrative support to both:

Awel Co-op

AAT is also currently developing Hwb y Gors – a new enterprise, arts and education centre at the former primary school in Cwmgors. AAT has a small team of two FT and 4 PT staff.

Hwb y Gors

For the Deputy Manager role, we are looking for an enthusiastic person, committed to tackling climate change who can support our social enterprise development and who can strengthen our project and financial management. The Job Description is available here. For the Education Officer, we are looking for a trained /experienced teacher, committed to tackling climate change who can strengthen our educational work in schools and with the wider public. The full Job Description if available here.

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