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General Administrator for XRUK Talks and Training

Group:XRUK Talks & Training
Posted:15/01/2024
Location:From home role with XR UK (UK Wide)
Hours per week:2-4
No. spaces available:4
Meeting Time: Wednesdays 10-11.30am Attendence isn't obligatory
Meeting Format:Conference call
Meeting Schedule:If possible attend team meetings Wednesday mornings but flexible
Essential Skills:Reliable, consistent administrator comfortable using a computer, nothing fancy!
Responsive to requests.
Good organisational, planning and communication skills.
Desired Skills:An understanding of Google sheets, forms and Gmail, but not essential as support and training are available.
Accessibility considerations:If you're hard of hearing or visually impaired, then the online meeting aspect maybe a barrier. You would need to be able to use a computer/keyboard.

We're a very friendly, well-organised and productive team. If you'd like to find out more about the role with no commitment, please email us with your contact details and we'd be happy to have a chat. This is a role for someone who has a couple of hours a week and the work can be done to fit around your schedule.

XRUK Talks & Training need people to help with:

  • admin tasks
  • coordinating and programming events
  • making follow-up calls to those who've attended our talks

For more information on the XRUK Talks & Training Team, please read our mandate by selecting the link:
XRUK Talks & Training mandate

We look forward to hearing from you.

This role is being advertised by the following working group:

XRUK Talks & Training

Location: XR UK (UK Wide)

XRUK Talks & Training coordinates talks, training and workshops for the movement upon request, and we proactively organise talks, training and workshops across the movement. Our other roles consist of collating and cataloguing talk, training and workshop materials from across the movement, making training information accessible to the movement and ensuring that training materials and training, are accessible to all volunteers. We maintain a database of XRUK speakers and trainers, as well as writing, updating and distributing the 'Non Violent Direct Action' (NVDA), 'Heading for Extinction' (H4E) and Street Speakers' training/talks materials. And lastly, we provide support to other XRUK circles to improve the quality of their talks, training and workshops.

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