Jubilee Farm, 50 Glenburn road, Glynn, Larne, Northern Ireland, BT40  3JY

Wildlife and Wellbeing Project Coordinator

Reporting to: Farm Manager

Hourly rate: £14 per hour

Hours of work: 10-14 to be negotiated at interview

Annual leave: 30 days per year pro rata

Start date: September 2023

Contract length: 14 months

Application deadline: 04.08.2023

Interview date:  in week beginning 14.8.23

Organisation description: Formally established in 2017, Jubilee Community Benefit Society is a Christian and cooperative creation care organisation working for the benefit of both a geographical community of all backgrounds and beliefs, the town of Larne and the surrounding area of East and South Antrim, and a community of interest, the churches of Ireland.

We define creation care as environmental and agricultural stewardship that incorporates flourishing and fairness, welfare and wellbeing. In seeking to implement this holistic vision, our mission is to practice and promote care farming, community-supported agriculture (CSA), and conservation education and engagement. Visit www.jubilee.coop for more information. 

In operating Jubilee Farm, the first community-owned farm in Northern Ireland, we produce a range of high-quality, agroecological food that is healthy, humane, fair and sustainable, while also providing a series of care farming, and conservation education and engagement services, that inspire, inform and benefit those who take part in them.

Project description:

In summary, the project will:

Role overview

The part-time project coordinator will be responsible for the implementation and coordination of the ‘Wildlife and Wellbeing at Jubilee Farm’ project. They will also be responsible for recruiting and coordinating volunteers for the project.  They will lead on, report to and liaise with the Farm Manager regarding the implementation, assessment and reporting of the project. The role will include a significant amount of work on Saturdays, especially between April and September.

Role description

The Wildlife and Wellbeing project coordinator role will involve:

Essential criteria:

Desirable criteria:

     2 years experience of running community-based conservation projects or equivalent


Please send a 2 page CV as well as a covering email detailing how you meet the requirements of the role and why you are interested in the role to mail@jubilee.coop by Friday 4th August 2023.

Interviews will be held in week beginning 14th August.

For more information contact Tim Davies via 07858098479 or mail@jubilee.coop

We are an equal opportunities employer.

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