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Internal Coordinator | Heading for Extinction Talk Team

Group:XRUK Talks & Training
Location:From home role with XR UK (UK Wide)
Hours per week:2-4
No. spaces available:2
Meeting Time:TBC
Meeting Format:Conference call
Meeting Schedule:Attend HfE meetings [schedule TBC]. Other hours flexible. Role can be shared.
Essential Skills:Good team builder; good organisational, planning and communication skills.
Desired Skills:An understanding of the importance of talks and training in peoples' journey into activism though it is not necessary to have a background in training.
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 role can be shared between two people, reducing the time commitment necessary.

The Heading for Extinction (and What to Do About It) talk is one of the 3 key sessions the XRUK Talks & Training team provide.

The role of the Internal Coordinator is essentially one of team building; guiding the team overall and supporting people individually, identifying gaps in the team and filling roles. The current holder is still part of the team, giving training sessions and keeping the Heading for Extinction [HfE] talk up-to-date, but it is time for a change. Full support is given.

For more information on the XRUK HfE mandate and the Internal Coordinator mandate, please select the links below:
XRUK HfE mandate
Internal Coordinator mandate NB click on the plus sign next to Internal Coordinator.

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 'Nonviolent Direct Action' (NVDA), 'Heading for Extinction' (HfE) 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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