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Goodmovers | Who is moving where in the voluntary sector | 21 July 2015

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Find out who has been appointed to fill some of the biggest roles in the third sector. Email details of your new starts to [email protected]

Andrew Grieveson

Goodmovers | Who is moving where in the voluntary sector | 21 July 2015

The Scottish Seabird Centre based in North Berwick has appointed Andrew Grieveson as its new education officer. Andrew joinsthe Seabird team with a background in zoology and education having worked as ascience teacher in a number of schools in England, Wales and Scotland, leadingextra-curricular science and wildlife related clubs and societies. He was mostrecently a science teacher at East Lothian’s Ross High School in Tranent. He graduatedfrom Cardiff University in 2006 with a BSc Hons in zoology, and he achieved hisPGCE secondary science with biology from Bangor University in 2013.

Nicola Murray

Goodmovers | Who is moving where in the voluntary sector | 21 July 2015

Following an operational and strategic review of its retailoperation, Age Scotland has appointed Nicola Murray in the newly created roleof retail operations manager. Nicola will be responsible for the day-to-dayrunning of Age Scotland’s 14 charity shops and takes up her new position withimmediate effect. Nicola has previously worked with H&M, Marks &Spencer and New Look and, for the past two and half years, has been managingthe charity’s shop on Union Street in Glasgow. Commenting on the appointment, Brian Sloan, chief executiveof Age Scotland said: “Nicola will bring a new dimension to our shops and helpfurther engage the charity’s work in the community.I am delighted we have filled this critical new role from withinour existing talent.”

Roger Moors

Goodmovers | Who is moving where in the voluntary sector | 21 July 2015

Social Investment Scotland (SIS) has appointed Roger Moors as its new chief development officer. Roger joins SIS from his roleas chief executive officer of Social Enterprise East Midlands (SEEM), where hehelped third sector organisations across the Midlands, South Yorkshire andLondon prepare for taking on investment. The appointment comes as SIS pushesahead with its ambitious Framework for Growth under which it aims tosignificantly increase the capital it manages. Speaking of his appointment,Roger said: “I’m excited to be joining SIS at a time when the social enterprisesector in Scotland is thriving. My work will be focused on developing andpromoting new social finance models, establishing new partnerships for SIS andsupporting Scotland’s social enterprises in their preparations for taking oninvestment.”