Vacancy: Co-Lead Community (d/f/m)

Vacancy: Co-Lead Community (d/f/m)

22 Dec 2021, 13:41:34 UTC

Two open positions

Because a "New Europe" needs cooperation, we make sure that everyone interested in the Volt movement finds their place and that the strengths of all Volters are brought to bear in an ideal way. To this end, we establish sustainable structures and provide guidance. We promote local and online communities and offer knowledge management at all levels of our movement.

Since Volt sees itself as a participatory party, the Community Team is one of the most important pillars at Volt. We address questions such as "How do we ensure that all members can get started quickly and feel comfortable with Volt?", "How can Volt members contribute their skills to appropriate projects and find out in time that their support is needed?", and "How can we organise ourselves if we become 10,000 members?".

Our team is currently strategically reorganising itself and is looking for reinforcement in various areas - feel free to take a look at our other vacancies!

Tasks and responsibilities

  • Coordinate tasks of the BE Community Team and support its self-organisation, tasks such as onboarding of applicants, diversity & inclusion, Buddy program for new members, community trainings.
  • Establishing and expanding the network of local teams in Belgium.
  • Establish and maintain horizontal communication with the BE Functional Teams (focus: Communication, Events, Data Analytics, Campaign & Policy) and the EUR Teams (Community, Database Management & Expansion).
  • Maintain vertical communication (focus: EUR & Local Community Teams).
  • Establishing a framework for community initiatives by individual members.

Requirements/your skills

  • You are good at listening, asking questions and identifying needs 
  • You can be inspired and inspire others when it comes to political engagement. 
  • You are a team player and reliable 
  • You have a good overview and recognise what is important at any given moment.
  • You network easily 
  • Ideally, you have participated in a community organising training course/first experience in the field of community organising. 
  • Fluent in English spoken and written, as well as at least one of the national languages.

What we offer you

  • A leadership position in the heart of our movement.
  • The opportunity to implement your own ideas on your own responsibility.
  • Support from experienced volunteers in the community team.
  • A certificate of your voluntary work.

Further information

  • Application deadline: 10.01.2022
  • 1 year mandate
  • Time frame: approx. 5-8 hours/week
  • Start: ASAP
  • Location: remote
  • The role is voluntary

Get in touch with us!

Please send us your questions or your application (briefly answer the question: Why do you want to support this area and what skills do you have?, CV optional) to We look forward to hearing from you!