Announcing three exciting new job vacancies
VfL is the leading authority on diet and healthy living advice for older vegans and vegetarians. We are at an exciting stage in our development, with 2019 marking the charity’s 11th anniversary.
As we continue to expand our work, we have an opportunity to take on three new team members.
The first will be in a brand-new Advocacy & Policy Officer role. We hope to be joined at our Manchester HQ by someone who can provide evidence-based campaign and policy proposals, and significantly increase the impact of the charity’s advocacy, lobbying and campaigning work to support older vegans and vegetarians throughout the UK.
Ideal for a methodical, strategic-thinking individual, with sound research skills. You will have proven experience of using policy, research, lobbying, and public campaigning to influence the public, government and industry. For full details of this vacancy, please click here.
The second and third vacancies are for Roving Chefs. VfL’s Roving Chef team has representatives in Scotland, and the North West and South East of England, and is about to expand into the Midlands. Roving Chefs carry out cookery demonstrations at events, for groups of older people, and in care homes or in other circumstances where this is beneficial to VfL. Their aim is to promote and support vegetarian and vegan lifestyles through practical information and demonstrations. We are looking to recruit one new candidate living in/around Birmingham, and one in Greater London. For full details and an application pack, please email us.
Recent posts in VfL News and Events
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- Finalists announced: Awards for Excellence in Vegetarian and Vegan Care Catering 2019
- Catering students brush-up on veggie catering skills
- Free professional chef for your lunch club
- Vegan residents in UK care homes have almost TREBLED during past 5 years, according to new research
- New guide launched to promote dietary inclusivity in care
- eBites Spring 2019
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