21 October 2019AGM Announcement
We warmly invite you to attend an evening with
The Stronsay Development Trust
Wednesday 30th October 2019 at 7.00pm
in the Community Hall
Incorporating the re-scheduled AGM for year ending August 2018 followed by an AGM for year ending August 2019
In preparation for an eventful year ahead
Come and join us to discuss future plans and projects
Whether you are new to the island or well established, learn about the Trust,
it’s aims and objectives and how YOU can be a part of it
We look forward to seeing you on the night
The Board of Directors of Stronsay Development Trust
For more information please feel free to contact us on 616410 or have a look at
26 July 2019AGM - Rescheduled
The AGM unfortunatly did not receive the required number of members attending so will need to be rescheduled.
Once a date is confirmed a public announcement will be made
Please contact the office on 616410 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions
03 June 2019Job Vacancy for Waste Management Officer
Job Vacancy – Waste Management Officer
Hours: 20 per week Wage: £8.50 per hour
The Role will involve working in the Stronsay Recycling Centre overseeing the collection and processing of various waste materials with due consideration for the environment, while conforming to government regulations.
Oversee waste management schemes
Process cardboard, paper and glass waste using specialized equipment
Maintain accurate records and complete regular reports on activity
Attend relevant training courses when necessary
Work with additional volunteers to run and maintain the Stronsay ReStore, processing textiles and furniture waste.
Work with the Development Officer to promote the current facilities and explore/develop new ideas
Keep up to date with changes in legislation and initiatives
Maintain equipment and machinery to specified criteria
Key skills required
No qualifications are required; however, a good level of education is desirable.
Candidates should possess confidence, initiative and organisational skills.
Communication skills are important, and candidates should be able to demonstrate a genuine interest in and understanding of the environment and sustainability issues.
Although the work will mainly involve the daytime opening hours of the recycling centre and ReStore, you may be required to work some evenings and/or weekends to facilitate and participate in open events and activities.
Applications can be downloaded from the following link
or from the Shops and Trust Office. Please complete and return to, Stronsay Development Trust, unit 1, Woods Yard, Stronsay, KW17 2AR
by Monday 17th June, with interviews being held the following week