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18 January 2019

A unique and exciting opportunity has arisen to work with The Swan Trust, as it has secured funding from Scottish Government, Shetland LEADER Programme 2014-2020 and Highlands and Islands Enterprise towards a project to recruit a Business Development Marketing Officer.

The officer will help transform the Trust's activities and set it on a better financial footing for the future. New and exciting programmes will also be explored and developed.

Trust Chairman, David Goodlad, Said: "We are very grateful for the support from the Scottish Government, Shetland LEADER Programme 2014-2020 and Highlands and Islands Enterprise towards our project to recruit a Business Development Marketing Officer. This is an exciting opportunity to get involved with the Trust and help create a more sustainable business model for the operation of our restored herring drifter, Swan."

The position will be based at Lerwick in the Shetland Islands.

To find out more, or apply for this position, please visit our Vacancy page

Find out more about the Scottish Government, Shetland LEADER Programme 2014-2020

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