Seasonal Ferry Operator and General Assistant for Isle Martin Trust
The Isle Martin Trust requires a ferry operator to run our boat Auk this Summer and assist with care and maintenance of island amenities. The ferry will run 3 days a week – Sat, Sun and either a Fri or Mon as appropriate to conditions, and the successful applicant will be required approx 5 hours each day for 6 months.
The successful applicant should have competent and considerable power boat handling experience and be willing to undertake further training as required. The job will also require the applicant to welcome and induct visitors to the island so previous experience in dealing with general public and an interest in the principles of community land ownership are therefore desirable.
Job share options can be considered for this post
Rate Of Pay: £10 per hour for approx. 15 hours per week.
Email Lesley : firstname.lastname@example.org for full job description. Applications deadline : Wednesday 3rd May
For an update on activities that have taken place on the island over the summer have a look at our photo filled mailchimp newsletter using this link.
The shuttle bus will now run on: Friday 4-5 and 8-9, Saturday 10-8 and Sunday 10-12 and 3-5.
This will connect with boats to Isle Martin at Ardmair
The bus will depart from Latheron Lane in Ullapool, outside Dulcies and the old Hydro shop, opposite Tesco.
Running the bus will be one of our biggest costs for this weekend so if everyone keeps this in mind, uses it and makes a donation once they get to the island we will cover our costs.
A fantastically uplifting radio programmme, about the current work by volunteers on Isle Martin, skilfully put together by Jon Miller.
Isle Martin Volunteers programme.
Foundation Scotland have just awarded us £1500 towards the Access Officer post, meaning we have secured all the funding for 6 months of this job! If it proves a success then we will be seeking more funding to continue it as a permanent position. We hope that people will find access to the island easier and that more new users are able to visit and make the most of this community owned island.
Access Officer – apply here.
Great things are happening!
The HIghland Council have just announced that they will be sending a wee bit of cash our way to support the Access Officer post. It’s exiting to see all the support that has been coming our way recently and projects taking shape. We have another bit of funding news to announce soon too. A little heritage project for the island.
Access Officer application form
We have secured a wee bit of money through the Postcode Community Trust to employ someone! Visit the Access Officer page to find out more.
We are extending our usual open day this year to bring you a mini festival!
Come and join us on the 19/20/21 of May on your iLAND.
Proposals are now open to come and curate an event using the application form on the iLAND page.
We have a number of applications in already so don’t delay!
This is available to members. To receive a copy please download a membership form, from the “Get involved” section of the website, and complete the intstructions on the form.