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Work with us in Leeds

Are you passionate about making a positive difference in Leeds? Do you have an interest in local food and a strong desire to learn more about urban fruit growing?

We are looking for a Temporary Project Assistant to help us deliver the Helping Britain Blossom project in Leeds.

Your role will be to support the Leeds Project Manager, learning about and helping out with orchard planting, care and restoration. Much of the winter is focused on training community groups and planting and restoring orchards. Other times of the year are more focused on site visits, networking and office-based work such as building our social media presence.

More details of the role and what we’re looking for is set out in the Leeds Project Assistant job description available to download here.

We would appreciate it if you could also complete our Equality and Diversity monitoring form, available to download here.

The closing date for applications is 5pm Thursday 24th Dec 2015.

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Why Orchards Orchards have played an important role in our communities for hundreds of years, providing a communal space for gatherings and celebrations. Find an Orchard Our ambition by 2017 is to help 100 communities to plant, care for and restore their own orchards. And to get things going, we're focusing on cities and towns in seven parts of the UK