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Trainer - Hub and Mattermost

Location:From home role with XR UK (UK Wide)
Hours per week:2-4
No. spaces available:3
Meeting Time: Weekly, times to be agreed
Meeting Format:Conference call
Meeting Schedule: Attend group meetings but other hours flexible, role can be shared
Essential Skills:Background in training or willingness to learn how to deliver XR training.
Desired Skills:Some knowledge of XR
Have completed the Foundation Programme.
Knowledge of the Hub, which is where XRUK stores group data, roles and members' information.
Enjoying helping and training others.
Knowledge of Mattermost.
Knowledge of how we use SOS (Self Organising Systems) and the XRUK Constitution which govern and support all that we do.
Accessibility considerations:Need to verbally communicate and use Zoom and a computer.

This is a fantastic opportunity to connect with many parts of XRUK and be welcomed by groups needing your help and support. Please don't worry if you don't have the desired skills as training and support are available until you find your feet and feel confident in delivering the training independently

The Hub is an application developed by XRUK. It holds data about people in roles and their group members.
Mattermost is XR's communication platform.

Each Hub group's data should be kept up-to-date by its Group Admin, but many groups don't have anyone trained or with the time to do this.
Outside of delivering training, if you have the capacity, you may support other XR groups in keeping their Hub group information up-to-date.

Hours are flexible and you can do as much as you have time for.

This role can be shared.

This role is being advertised by the following working group:


Location: XR UK (UK Wide)

Implementing, through the collective decision of its subcircles, tactical plans to execute XRUK Strategy. Supporting its subcircles to fulfill their mandates and tactical plans through individual subcircle and build cross-circle projects. Supporting its subcircles in the decentralisation of its teams where possible.

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