CRM and Marketing Strategy Developer with the Findhorn International Centre for Sustainability

​Findhorn International Centre for Sustainability is an ecovillage, learning centre and spiritual community focusing on sustainable human settlements.

Location: Findhorn, Moray with the possibility of partial remote working
£7.85 per hour
Part-time, 20 hours per week for 12 weeks
Autumn 2015 start

Within this role your main task will be to research, write, and recommend an appropriate marketing strategy for​ Findhorn International Centre for Sustainability (FICS) and present your findings.

Within this role you will also be required to:
• Develop and implement the FICS web presence
•Research appropriate customer relationship management (CRM) systems for FICS and present your findings
• Implement the chosen CRM system as required.

​T​he successful candidate will have the opportunity to learn about and benefit from one of the oldest and most well-established ecovillages in the world with a 52 year history of running spiritual and personal development workshops, in addition to sustainability education. More information can be found here.

Please note that Findhorn is in a relatively rural location, so please consider your travel options to ensure you are able to get there if appointed. Likewise, if you propose to perform a portion of your working duties for this post remotely, please be prepared to discuss specific pros and cons of doing so.


This role would ideally suit a student or graduate with a background in marketing, information management and/or business. You must be interested in understanding the mechanics of pulling together targeted email marketing segments and learning how a CRM works in practice and the challenges involved and the impact on business revenue and marketing.

You will be a confident communicator, comfortable with presenting your finding to your team. You will have strong IT skills and a good attention to detail. You will be self-motivated and willing to learn new skills.


Closing date for applications is 24 September 2015, 12 noon. 

Please submit a CV and brief covering letter through the Adopt an Intern online application form on our website. State a. your availability and b. How you meet the requirements of the job specification. We do NOT accept e-mail applications unless otherwise stated.