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Internal Coordinator - Broadcast

Group:UK Media and Messaging
Location:From home role with XR UK (UK Wide)
Hours per week:2-4
No. spaces available:1
Meeting Time: As necessary - weekly for 1-2 hours
Meeting Format:Conference call
Meeting Schedule:Outside of rebellion periods: 1-2 hours
Before and during rebellion periods:4-6 hours
Essential Skills:XR experience of UK teams
Good people, organisational and project management skills
Attention to detail
Balanced outlook
Desired Skills:Copy editing experience
Time flexibility
Good decision maker
Accessibility considerations: If you're hard of hearing (closed captions can be used during meetings) or visually impaired, then the online meeting aspect may be a barrier. You would need to be able to use a computer/keyboard.

The purpose of the Internal Coordinator role is to ensure that the team is healthy and achieving its mandate.

Broadcast Internal Coordinator Accountabilities:

  • Stewarding the team’s immediate and longer-term priorities, and aligning its work with the broader circle’s plan.
  • Arrange weekly meeting (including facilitation & minutes) and set agenda.
  • Working together with the Communications Weaver to process and schedule comms requests.
  • Proposing roles and projects the team needs to fulfil its purpose and accountabilities.
  • Supporting the work of role-holders and sub-circles, and reviewing their work at regular intervals.
  • Inviting people with relevant skills to fill positions without extended delay, or proposing they are dissolved if no longer needed.
  • Maintaining an awareness of the policies of the team and its broader circles.
  • Maintaining an awareness of what is happening in the wider organism, and communicating regularly with the team's External Coordinator.
  • Holding the Group Admin role whenever no one else has been appointed.

Broadcast Team Accountabilities:
  • Working with UK M&M sub-circles to schedule and deliver the comms campaigns specified in the Operations Tactical Plan (OTP) to XRUK’s broadcast channels.
  • Sharing information from other UK-wide circles and campaign groups on XR UK’s broadcast channels, aligned with the Operational Tactical Plan [OPT].
  • Developing new broadcast channels as necessary to meet the needs of the OTP.
  • Tracking and analysing engagement data to assess effectiveness and inform future work.
  • Supporting and managing Facebook Talks & Trainings events to promote XR activities (currently on Facebook and UK website).
  • Supporting XR groups in producing broadcast copy and offer editing and proofreading services.

This role is being advertised by the following working group:

UK Media and Messaging

Location: XR UK (UK Wide)

UK wide comms and messaging

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