21 hours, evenly distributed over 3, 4 or 5 days
£20,000 to £25,000 pro rata
By 17:00 Thursday 10 November 2016
|The Tree Council is the UK’s lead charity for trees, promoting their importance in a changing environment. It was founded as the national tree planting campaign that would follow up the success of Plant A Tree In ’73, encourage action for trees and run National Tree Week.
We are still working in partnership with communities, organisations and government to make trees matter to everyone. Our work has expanded and we are responsible for the annual Community Action Programme that includes Seed Gathering Season, National Tree Week and Walk in the Woods month, supporting the groups organising local events.
We also co-ordinate and manage our national volunteer Tree Warden Scheme, fundraise and distribute grants for planting trees, woodland wildflowers and bluebells, and hedges and work with our partners on an agenda for change that includes the Tree Care Campaign, the Green Monuments Campaign and the Hedge Tree Campaign.
Purpose of post:
1. To contribute to the effective operation of the organisation through the day-to-day provision of administrative support and related services, undertaking activities appropriate to the needs of the organisation
2. To provide assistance that reflects the priorities of the work programme
3. To establish and implement new procedures as necessary to ensure an exemplary standard of support and service
4. To support and add value to the work and effectiveness of the team and the promotion and delivery of The Tree Council’s objectives
Find the full job description, person specification and application for on the links below.
Please submit completed application form by 17:00 Thursday 10 November 2016 to email@example.com
Interviews will be held on the week commencing 14 November 2016
Volunteering with The Tree Council
We are always interested in hearing from prospective volunteers who might be interested in office-based volunteering to support our day-to-day operations and special projects. If you would be interested in volunteering with us in this context, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with some information about the type of opportunity you are seeking and any particular skills you would like to share.
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“Doing something charitable isn’t always just about putting money in a collection box. Giving your time could help raise a lot more than what you could do on your own”
Tatjana, previous volunteer
|The Nomad Cinema is the roaming pop-up that gives back: since 2010, The Nomad has earned the reputation as ‘London’s best outdoor cinema’ [Evening Standard], popping up at an inspiring range of beautiful, unique and intriguing screening locations across London and beyond.
The Nomad is about community: our sister cinema is the acclaimed and much-loved independent boutique cinema The Lexi in Kensal Rise, London NW10. Both cinemas are partly run by dedicated volunteers and have developed partnerships with a diverse range of kindred cultural organisations, ethical companies and fairtrade suppliers.
Nomad film events embrace and enhance each venue, offering new ways of experiencing an uplifting range of films, from classics, cult and indie to mainstream guilty pleasures. With its low impact set up, The Nomad wanders into town, unpacks cinema magic, then disappears into the night, leaving no trace.
The Nomad is the pop-up cinema with a difference: a very special festival atmosphere, and that little bit of Nomad magic make our events memorable and unique. More than just providing screenings of great films in appropriately great locations, Nomad events immerse you in the flavour of the film, with quality catering, goodie bags, and a warm friendly welcome…
About the role:
Each of our fantastic volunteers will join the Nomad (and our mascot Lewis The Camel!) on the road, helping us to run the Front of House. You will help bring the magic of cinema to audiences of up to 1500, as the sun sets on some stunning London scenery. This is a great chance to learn from experienced and innovative arts professionals running the UK’s only social enterprise cinema (our beloved cine-sister The Lexi Cinema) and the UK’s first social enterprise pop-up cinema business. You will get real, transferable hands-on experience in hospitality and events management, and gain some extremely valuable skills. Oh, and you’ll get some free tickets to another Nomad or Lexi screening later in the summer.