The launch of Planet Youth Scotland in September 2021 was covered in the mainstream media.
STV ran this story on Friday 25th September:
Footage courtesy of STV
Laura Devlin, education correspondent at The Courier, also reported on the programme on 20th September, with an article entitled: From Reykjavik to Dundee: How local pupils are leading the way with Icelandic model of drug prevention.
View the full story here.
For more information, visit our Planet Youth Scotland webpage.
Fancy joining Planet Youth Scotland?
We are building a small team to support our new initiative, Planet Youth Scotland and are open to an initial conversation with anyone who feels they have the right skills, attitude and experience to add value to the project.
We may seek to recruit for a number of posts at various levels. As such, as this stage we are inviting informal expressions of interest to get involved – we are more interested in people than job titles right now!
In general though, we are seeking candidates with a passion for youth development, experience of partnership working and a track record of coordinating, influencing and facilitating across a range of sectors and stakeholders.
In addition, some/all of the following skills and experiences are highly desirable:
Salaries will be decided based on the posts we agree/offer, but we anticipate a salary range between £30,000 and £45,000 pro rata, depending on the role.
Express your interest
To express your interest, email email@example.com by 31st October, enclosing a CV and a cover letter which explains why you would be a good fit for this project and the impact you believe you could have.
If you would like an informal conversation about the role(s), contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
We welcome interest from people seeking secondments, freelance or fixed-term contract roles.