Job: Finance and Funding Development Manager, The Stove Network – Friday February 5

The Stove Network is seeking a Finance and Funding Development Manager to take a senior role within a dedicated core team running an award-winning, creative organisation that is playing a leading role in community-led placemaking initiatives in Dumfries and South West Scotland.

Over the last 10 years, The Stove has built a national and international reputation for using creativity to engage and involve people in taking an active part in re-imagining and shaping the places they live through an innovative programme of activity across artforms, sectors and communities.

They are in receipt of Regular Funding from Creative Scotland, have established working partnerships with regional and national agencies and generate additional income from commissioned and self-initiated projects.

They are looking for someone with the ambition and ethos to use their skills in finance and organisational and strategic thinking to make a fundamental contribution to the way The Stove Network works with partners, those they employ and the community they serve.

They care deeply about who they work with, and the way they work with them. If you are looking for an opportunity to really make a difference and work as part of an inspiring team of like-minded folk, then please get in touch to find out more.

The Finance and Funding Development Manager is a part-time job, 3 days per week, in Dumfries (but remotely in line with Covid guidelines) for an initial one-year contract. The salary will be £32,000 (£19,200 pro rated) which is negotiable, dependent on experience.

Please download the Job Pack with job description and further details HERE.

To apply for the position, please send a covering letter and your CV to Ailsa Watson at They will confirm receipt as soon as possible.

Deadline for applications: 5pm on Friday February 5.

Interviews will be held on Thursday February 11, most likely via Zoom. They would like to make sure that their recruitment process is as open as possible, so if you’d like to discuss any accessibility requirements, or have questions about the opportunity in general, please get in touch with Ailsa via or phone 07854 096282 (Mon, Wed, Thu 10-4pm).