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Goodmovers 17 Aug 2017 - who’s got a new job?

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Look who has a new job in Scotland's third sector

Kenny Murray

Goodmovers 17 Aug 2017 - who’s got a new job?

Kenny Murray has joined Who Cares? Scotland as public affairs coordinator after spending the last five years in the private sector. Kenny’s PR experience saw him work with the NHS and recently, the re-branding of Edinburgh Children’s Hospital Charity. Who Cares? Scotland is campaigning for a Scotland where care experienced people are valued as equal members of society. His work will amplify the voice of care experienced people in parliament, the media and through grassroots campaigns. He will also ensure that the government meets its commitment to listen to 1,000 voices of care experienced people as the root and branch care review progresses.

Juliana Delaney and Katie Mackie

Goodmovers 17 Aug 2017 - who’s got a new job?

Conservation and education charity the Scottish Seabird Centre in North Berwick announces the appointment of two new trustees. Juliana Delaney, chief executive of Continuum Attractions, and East Lothian councillor Katie Mackie. They will take up their posts with immediate effect.

Erin Fulton

Goodmovers 17 Aug 2017 - who’s got a new job?

Scotland’s leading people and place charity, PAS (Planning Aid Scotland), has recruited Erin Fulton to join its Edinburgh-based team. Fulton, who worked previously with the RSPB Scotland Loch Leven reserve managing its volunteer base, joins the organisation as volunteers and interns manager. Erin said: “I am delighted to be joining PAS as we approach a period of unprecedented change in the Scottish planning and built environment landscape. There is widespread ambition to ensure more effort is made to have communities at the heart of planning for their own places, and the work of PAS’s large and wide-ranging volunteer base will be key to delivering this ambition.”