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15 Oct 2007

Position Vacant: Transition Network Office Administrator.


We are delighted to be able to offer a full-time position as part of the **Transition Network**, to help support the organisation through its viral growth across the UK and beyond. Below is a short description of the post, for more information contact Ben Brangwyn (email address below).


Our exciting new national charity, Transition Network, requires an experienced, adaptable and adventurous individual to help set up and manage a busy office.

Transition Network has been set up to inspire, encourage, support, train and network communities to creatively plan their local responses to Peak Oil and Climate Change. Initial funding has been secured from the Tudor Trust and Esmee Fairbairn.

Reporting directly to the Chief Executive, you’ll be expected to handle the demanding role of office administrator with a meticulous eye for detail and the no-nonsense efficiency of a seasoned diplomat.

Your IT skills (MS Office) will be highly valued, as will your ability to set up procedures around cash, diaries, post and office supplies. Experience in running events or conferences will be a distinct advantage.

The role may involve periodic travel around the UK.

Contract: initially for 12 months
Hours: 37.5 weekly
Salary: £15k (1% paid in Totnes Pounds)
Location: central Totnes
Interviews: week commencing 19-November.

Preference will be given to low carbon commuters.
Please send your CV by email by November 5th, explaining why you’d make a great addition to our team to:

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Stephen Watson
16 Oct 10:44pm

It’s a shame I don’t live in Totnes … but what a great job for whoever fills that position. Best of luck.

18 Oct 8:23am

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