Support us in these roles?

Situations Vacant


Company Secretary:

This post is currently filled on a temporary basis.  Ideally you will have an administrative or legal background, could undertake the administrative function of the society and perhaps advise and assist with policy, procedure etc.  The post is largely working from home as required, with attendance to occasional meetings.


Our present treasurer is about to retire.  We are seeking someone with the skills to support us in this role, largely working from home, with attendance to occasional meetings.


Our present Ecology Officer has expressed a wish to step down after many years in this post.  The role involves liaising with the Canal and River Trust Ecologist, Wildlife Trusts and Grantham Canal Partnership etc.

Public Relations:

Someone with a proactive approach to head up our PR.  This post is largely working from home.  It will involve developing and implementing marketing/PR strategy.   You will liaise with other sectors of the society who are involved with marketing.  These will include those responsible for social media, website, canal rangers, events team and trip-boat management team.

More key roles:

With an ever expanding Society, we are finding the to need create new roles and to separate out existing roles:

Social Secretary:  To organise perhaps a couple of social events per year and maybe assist in events like open days etc.  It’s a job which you can put your own stamp on!

Welfare:  To provide a friendly voice; enquiring after volunteers who may be experiencing a spell of ill health or perhaps going through an upheaval in their lives.

Archivists: This work is ideally suited to those with IT skills, and can include scanning/copying documents to cloud, transcribing faded letters, creating records of sources and visiting records offices etc.

For more information about any of these positions: Contact us

All positions within the Grantham Canal Society are volunteer roles.





Good management is essential in ensuring the on going restoration of the Grantham Canal.

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