Opportunity: Sustainability Festivals Assistant at the University of Edinburgh

24th July 2018

Apply by 01.08.18 for this 8 week Sustainability Festival Assistant placement with the University of Edinburgh, paid at the Scottish Living Wage of £8.75 per hour.

The University of Edinburgh is recruiting a Sustainability Festival Assistant. The individual should be a student or recent graduate and will work to:

  1. Support mapping of stakeholders and processes relevant to embedding sustainability within the Edinburgh Festival Fringe (based at the University of Edinburgh and Edinburgh University Students’ Association venues).
  2. Research best practice of citywide arts festivals implementing sustainability policies and practices.
  3. Identify opportunities to implement social innovations and support social enterprises to address sustainability issues in 2019.

The Sustainability Festivals Assistant will be based in the University’s Department for Social Responsibility and Sustainability, where they will work closely with the Edinburgh University Students’ Association.

Apply by 01.08.18 for this 8 week placement paid at the Scottish Living Wage of £8.75 per hour.

Further information and to apply visit the Bright Green Business placements website.


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