Current OpportunitiesTimebanking Regional Networks Project Manager
Timebanking Regional Networks Project Manager
Good at brokering relationships and creating networks?
Passionate about coproduction and timebanking?
Timebanking UK is being supported by the Tudor Trust to co-ordinate and develop 9 regional timebanking networks across the UK with a long term sustainability plan.
Details of post:
- Hours: full time
- Salary: £28,000
- Closing date: 18th April
- Interviews: 25th April
The main purpose of this role is to co-ordinate the development of 9 regional timebanking networks involving our existing member time banks and organisations. This role will enable Timebanking UK to have a presence in each region sharing our core values, aims and objectives, best practice, advice and resources with our member time banks across the UK. This project will enable Brokers, co-ordinators, partners, stakeholders and members to meet, learn, share and collaborate. Each network will be co-designed and co-produced with TBUK member time banks and partner organisations creating equality of access. These networks can also operate as a mechanism to link the voluntary, public and private sectors valuing all the assets in our community to create a multiplying effect which will unleash social capital and value.
This post will be based in our head office in Stroud, Gloucestershire.
The successful applicant will be a creative thinker with resilience, emotional intelligence, the ability to engage groups and partner organisations and have excellent communication skills and administrative skills. The person will have experience of setting up networks and systems as well as organising events. The ability to think long term and devise strategies for sustainability is essential.
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Please return your completed application by email no later than Friday 18th April 2014
Interviews will be held on Friday 25th April 2014
A Disclosure and Baring Service (DBS) check will be requested when the post is offered, but a criminal record is not necessarily a bar to obtaining this position.Equal Opportunities Statement TBUK aims to ensure that no job applicant or worker receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of race, colour, nationality, religion or belief or lack of belief, ethnic or national origins, age, gender, gender reassignment, marital status (including civil partnership), sexual orientation, trade union membership or lack thereof, status as a fixed term or part time worker, or disability. Selection criteria and procedures are regularly reviewed to ensure that individuals are treated on the basis of their relevant merits and abilities.
We are currently compiling a ‘bank’ of individuals and time banks that can offer expertise in timebanking best practice in London and surrounding counties in a paid capacity. If you would like to be considered for this, please email or write to Sarah Bird with the following information:
- Your name and time bank name (if applicable) and location
- Areas of particular expertise (ie. working with older people, mental health, volunteer centres, organisational timebanking)
- How much time you could offer (a day a month, a day a week)
- Type of work you would like (ie. mentoring new time banks, setting up new time banks, giving talks/presentations, providing interactive training workshops, compilation of policies, writing reports/strategy documents)
- Your current location and how far you would be willing to travel.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Email Sarah at: email@example.com
Members of the board / TrusteesTimebanking UK are now looking to recruit new members of the board to lead the organisation through its next stage of development ensuring it is effectively governed and managed. We need a Board which has a mix of skills, knowledge and experience to reflect the breadth of Timebanking UK’s interests. Timebanking UK faces challenges and opportunities over the coming months and years and the Board needs to make critical strategic decisions.We require trustees between them to have skills, knowledge and or experience in these key areas:
- Strategic planning
- Equal opportunities and diversity
- Governance in the voluntary sector
- Understanding of timebanking’s policy and political environment
- Leadership – organisational and/or time bank based
- Financial planning (not necessarily finance management skills) and fundraising
- Understanding of legal duties of charity trustees and company directors
- Timebanking structures, models, challenges and opportunities
- Contacts in Central Government and other organisations and bodies which could support the development of timebanking across the UK