Job & volunteer vacancies

Job vacancies

Marketing & Communications Manager
(West Haddon, Northamptonshire)

We are looking for a Marketing and Communications Manager to join our team based in our National Office, managing the Organisation and associated brands, representing the Organisation attending meetings, events and giving presentations both locally and nationally. This role requires the applicant to work closely with the CEO, National Partnership Manager and other members of the team and volunteers. This is a full time, permanent position working 35 hours per week.

Full details available here.

Volunteer vacancies

Group Co-ordinator
(Essex / Kent / Leicestershire / Monmouthshire / Staffordshire)

Co-ordinators oversee the running and activity of the FCN groups at county level.  They are the primary link into the national FCN Network, as part of the team of Coordinators, along with the staff at the FCN office.  The FCN office and the Regional Directors are there to support Coordinators and volunteers in their work.  The Coordinators are responsible for ensuring that FCN volunteers are ready and equipped to respond to any call for help.

Group Chairperson

Often an established figure within the local agricultural community, the Group Chairperson promotes the work of FCN throughout the county and works closely with the Group Coordinator to organise group meetings and events.

If you have an understanding of the farming industry, a genuine interest in the wellbeing of those who work in it and seek a rewarding voluntary role, we would like to hear from you. For more information, please contact the FCN head office on 01788 510886 or email

Volunteers are asked to commit a minimum of eight hours per month to FCN. All volunteer roles are unpaid but any expenses accrued as part of your role will be reimbursed.

FCN is founded on Christian values. You do not have to be a committed Christian to become a volunteer, but you will have sympathy with the Christian faith and work to forward the values and ethos of the organisation.

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