International Engagement & Communications Coordinator for the Permaculture CoLab
Job title: International Engagement & Communications Coordinator
Salary: £22 000 pro-rata (£4 400 per annum)
Hours: 7.4 hrs per week (20% fraction of 37 hour week) to be worked on a flexible basis. Additional hours may become available.
Duration: Fixed term post until 30 September 2018, post reviewed after 3 and 6 months.
Holiday entitlement: 32 days including Bank Holidays pro rata.
About this post
The Engagement and Communications Coordinator will assist with delivery of the Permaculture CoLab project through high quality engagement and communications with participants around the world. The Permaculture CoLab will develop, implement, evaluate and then offer widely a collaborative, experimental framework using online tools and procedures with the aim of enhancing coherence in permaculture at local to global scales.
This exciting post offers great scope to help develop new, innovative and wide-reaching solutions to improving communications and collaborations in permaculture and beyond. You must be prepared to understand and meet the challenges of working across a distributed, non-hierarchical network of people and organisations around the world, and enjoy the rewards of bringing them together to create effective solutions for local and global issues. Responsibilities are outlined in the Job Description.
We are a small, dedicated team characterised by people who are conscientious and well organised, able to be flexible, responsive and positive, and prepared to work hard. We are looking for someone who fits in with this ethos.
If you would like to apply, please note that the closing date for receipt of applications at our office in Leeds is Sunday 5 February 2017, 12 midnight GMT. All applications must be received by email to firstname.lastname@example.org saved as either a .doc or .pdf file.
Please find the 1. background information and job description, 2. application form and equal opportunities form below. (Right click on the file link and select 'save as' or similar, to download the files).