Job Title:                         Food Hub Coordinator

Project:                            Pathways to Farming, as part of Tyfu Dyfi

Salary:                              £14,400 (3 days/week = £24,000 pro rata)

Role:                                  Part Time, 22.5 hrs per week

Duration:                        Fixed Term (Ends 30th June 2023)

Pension:                          Employer 4% / Employee 6% via NEST pension scheme (opt in)

Holidays:                         21.6 days per year (full time holiday entitlement is 28 days leave + 8 days bank holidays)

The Pathways to Farming project is moving into its second phase, following a 2.5 year RDP funded pilot which came to an end in March 2021.

This next phase of the project will see us build on work done in the Pathways to Farming pilot in which we worked to train new horticultural food producers and build new markets for local produce in the Dyfi Valley. We achieved a lot in these 2.5 years, while also identifying lots more challenges and new ideas. This next phase of Pathways to Farming will see us working as part of the ENRaW funded Tyfu Dyfi project, an ambitious Dyfi Biosphere wide project aimed at increasing food resilience. Tyfu Dyfi is being led by Ecodyfi, with Mach Maethlon leading a work package within the project on ‘Social Farming’.

Deadline: 1st October 2021

For full job description visit the Pathways to Farming website