REMADE Network
REMADE Network
REMADE campaigns and trains communities to set up reuse and repair centres Our vision Our vision is to make repair education affordable to all. Every penny we make goes back to help continue our work with communities. Our mission Our mission is to set up a local REMADE reuse and repair centre, open to all, in every area in the UK, to build a repair education economy and campaign for goods designed to last. Our aim is to create jobs, prevent waste at source, build community, develop skills which help local people help keep household goods longer, be a model of a sustainable green enterprise and help revitalise the high street. Our values Our core values are inclusion, respect, fairness, creativity, equality, resourcefulness, environmental justice and participation. We don’t exist in order to make money – we trade in order to further our goals, and all profits go back into supporting others. How we work We are a social enterprise with education at our heart. We work with places by invitation, to help co-design something appropriate to different areas and cultures. There’s no magic bullet, it will take hard work and a positive, learning attitude, but we have experience, partners and networks we will be bring in to help you achieve success.

Current vacancies

Top job! Commercial and Operations Director

  • Full time
  • £35,000 – £40,000
  • Glasgow based
  • Closing 27th October 2019

For too long consumers have been blamed for not reusing and repairing enough when the facilities and services do not exist to allow them to behave differently.

Remade Network is a social enterprise building a repair economy by collaborating with local communities to set up reuse and repair centres and advocating for one planet living and goods that are built to last. Creating a circular economy is not just about efficiency gains – it’s about system change. Our work aims to tackle climate breakdown and rising inequality by designing practical projects and consumer engagement that respond to local need.

With new projects being seeded in Glasgow, across the UK and several internationally, the role of the Commercial Director will be to deliver on the business plan, secure major income streams and develop commercial contracts in order to scale up the impact of our work.

The post holder will have overall responsibility for developing our commercial partnerships and managing the company’s operations in Scotland and throughout the UK. The successful candidate will have experience of working at a similar level, with a track record of success, ideally with a combination of not-for-profit and commercial expertise. A background in engineering, architecture, civic planning, or the IT sector would be an advantage, but it not essential. The role will be based in Glasgow, working across Scotland.