Climate for Change Volunteer Facilitator - Orkney

  • VO90033
  • Home-based volunteering, One-off volunteering


This is an opportunity for someone with passion, commitment and drive to make a big difference to the way Scotland/your locality responds to climate change. The Scottish Communities Climate Action Network (SCCAN) is partnering with Climate for Change (C4C) to launch a brand new climate engagement program for Scotland – Climate Conversations.

You will be one of our first facilitators and help SCCAN kickstart our program in Scotland. Facilitators are our agents of change. As a facilitator you will be part of a team that together will inspire hundreds of people throughout Scotland to stand up on climate change and move society and our leaders to action. This is an exciting role for you to use your love of working with people to empower the community, and to drive a groundswell of community action on climate change.

You will work with volunteer hosts who will invite 8 – 12 friends and family to attend a Climate Conversation online or in their home. At these events, you will present to them about climate change (using our prepared scripts), the urgency for action and facilitate discussion that leads to a commitment to take more effective action. Our mission is to create the social climate for effective climate action in Scotland.

For more information contact Training and Engagement Programme Manager Jean-Matthieu Gaunand by email or visit

Organisation aims and objectives

To support community-led action in Scotland to address the climate and nature emergency and work for a just, thriving and resilient Scotland. Be or become a member of SCCAN. We welcome both individuals and organisations. You can join here via a short form:












You need to be aged 16 or over.
Experience required: - Passion for solving climate change - Positive attitude, responsible and reliable - Able to foster a welcoming and positive atmosphere - Enjoy working with, supporting and empowering people - Confident with leading a group discussion independently - Engaging communication skills - Professional administration and organisation skills - Connection with a local community group is desirable but not essential. Maybe this is a way to start one if there isn’t already a group in your area.
Travel details: Home-based, Scotland-wide.
Minimum age: 16


Training details: Training will be online and consist of 3 half day sessions. Ongoing support will be provided.

Last updated 3 months ago