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Internal Coordinator - East of England

Group:East of England
Location:From home role with XR East of England
Hours per week:2-4
No. spaces available:2
Meeting Time:EoE Anchor meet weekly - Fri at 17:00-18.00 on Zoom
Meeting Format:Conference call
Meeting Schedule:Flexible except for team meetings, however you may not need to attend every week.
Essential Skills:Organised
Good communication & teamworking skills
Attention to detail and holding oversight of the wider picture
Comfortable working remotely and proactively
Desired Skills:Facilitation experience (training available)
Accessibility considerations:This is a remote role, all you need is Wifi and a computer. If there is anything we can do to adjust the role to better meet your needs please let us know.

The role can be shared between two people, reducing the time commitment necessary.

The key role of the Internal Coordinator is to steward the team’s immediate and longer-term priorities, and to align its work with the strategy of the East of England Region.

Are you good at looking out for and supporting people? Could you work with our small but active team? This essential role within the East of England is all about ensuring that rebels are supported and informed.

Tasks include creating meeting agendas, identifying when new roles are needed, checking emails and responding to queries.

For more information on the XRUK Team mandate and the Internal Coordinator mandate, please select the links below:

XRUK East of England Mandate

Internal Coordinator mandate NB click on the plus sign next to Internal Coordinator.

If you'd like to help support all the fabulous volunteers in the East of England in this way, we'd love to hear from you!

This role is being advertised by the following working group:

East of England

Location: XR East of England

XR East of England provides support to all local groups in the East of England — Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire.

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