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Community Project Coordinator

Location: Forest of Dean

Salary: £20,000 pro rata 

Contract: Part-time, temporary, 18hrs per week for 12 months with possibility of extension.

We're looking for a creative person with excellent communication skills to deliver a variety of campaign activities as part of the #LoveYourForest campaign which applies novel solutions to the litter problem in the Forest of Dean. As part of this role you'll manage and tour our 'Trashconverter' at events around the forest, help deliver educational workshops in primary and secondary schools, support the monitoring and measurement of campaign activities and have opportunities for much more. Read the full job description below. 


Applications close on Sunday 16th August at 11pm.

Food Connect Courier

Location: Milton Keynes 

Number of positions available: 2

ContractPart-time (20 hours per weekuntil December 2020with one-month probationary period

Start time: ASAP 

HoursMonday to Saturday 07:30-10:30, 15.30-18.30 – tbc depending on rota 

Salary:£9.30 per hour (Living Wage) 

Food Connect is a pioneering new approach to redistributing food that would otherwise have been wasted. The project is currently looking to recruit enthusiastic riders/drivers to join our small, passionate team. Two part-time roles are available, and we will consider candidates who are experienced drivers, riders or both. Read the full job description below. 


Applications close on 14th August 2020 at 23:59, but we’ll be in touch on a rolling basis

Social Entrepreneur/Consultant (Low-carbon food delivery pilot) 

Location: Milton Keynes

Contract: Two days per week for 12+ weeks

Start Date: ASAP

Salary: Competitive day rate tbc

Food Connect is an innovative new low-carbon approach to solving the ‘last mile’ food waste problem from the environmental charity, Hubbub. We redistribute food that would otherwise have been wasted, using an electric van and cargo bikes, professional drivers and a network of community fridges in our pilot city of Milton Keynes. Your goal will be to test whether Food Connect is a sustainable model for this, and to design and trial improvements to the service. Find the full role description and how to apply below. 


Deadline is midnight on 12th August 2020


19th March: Thank you to all of you who’ve applied and shown an interest in this role. Due to changing circumstances in these uncertain times, unfortunately we’re no longer recruiting for this role. We’ll respond to everyone that has applied, in the meantime, check out our Design By Nature initiative below and sign up to our newsletter above to be the first to hear about future opportunities and new environmental campaigns.

Design by Nature

Looking for an opportunity to use your design skills for good, but not the right time for a full-time job? We’ve recently launched ‘Design By Nature’, an initiative that gives design students the chance to work on living briefs which explore everyday environmental issues from the air we breathe to the water we use and the clothes we wear. Ideas can be submitted between now and May 25th 2020 and there’s a chance for stand out ideas to be offered an internship at Hubbub later in the year.


Community Project Trainee

We’ve unfortunately had to postpone the recruitment for this position due to the coronavirus outbreak across the UK. As the government is advising against social interaction and travel, we’re unable to carry out community projects at this time. We’re still fully committed to hiring two trainees in Bradford and carrying out this project, and will be re-advertising once government advice changes.

If you’ve already applied, thank you so much for taking the time to do this and we’ll get in touch with you individually about the next steps. If you were looking to apply, please keep an eye out on this page for further news. Many thanks again and so sorry to disappoint.