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TU Dublin STAND Festival Coordinator & Volunteers

Human Rights/Justice

TU Dublin STAND Festival Coordinator & Volunteers

TU Dublin


At a Glance

  • Start Date:19/09/2023
  • End Date:01/05/2024
  • Closing date:01/05/2024
  • Post Updated:19/09/2023
  • Min Hours:2-3 hrs/ week
  • Role Type:Events/Stewarding

Requirements:Organised team worker committed to global justice and equality


STAND is recruiting a STAND Festival Coordinator and Volunteers to maximise the impact of STAND’s activities across universities.

If you are interested in the position of STAND Festival Coordinator, you will:

Recruit and manage a team of 3-4 STAND Festival Volunteers to supervise the exhibition and a STAND table for the duration of the festival week;
Promote the STAND Festival amongst students
Encourage students to engage in interactive games provided by STAND
Assist with the preparation and delivery of workshops taking place during the festival including room booking
Actively seek opportunities to promote STAND opportunities among students and staff
Attend Festival Coordinator Training in September/October

Valuable skills and experience in event coordination
The opportunity to lead on bringing important global justice issues to your campus
The opportunity to work with a professional not-for-profit, as well as an insight into ‘behind the scenes’ and ongoing support from Suas
Formal recognition of your contribution in the form of a STAND Festival Coordinator Certificate which can be added to your CV TIME COMMITMENT STAND is a programme of the not-for-profit organisation Suas.

This is a voluntary position. You will be expected to attend a training session in the lead up to the festival. During the week of the festival itself, up to two hours per day may be required. Training will be included in the role as well as ongoing support from STAND.

Is training provided?: Yes

Tasks that the volunteer(s) will be expected to undertake:


Skills required for this role:

Desirable Skills & Attitudes:
Excellent organisational skills
Excellent networking and communication skills, a ‘people-person’
Enthusiastic, self-driven and an ability to motivate and mobilise others
Reliable and dependable - prompt responses to communications with STAND
Experienced at working within and supporting others as part of a team
Evidence of a commitment to global justice, equality and taking action for a better world

Minimum time commitment per week:
2 hour p/week


If you have any questions about this role please feel free to get in touch:

Name: Claire Flannery

Address: TU Dublin , TU Dublin City Campus, Aungier St, Dublin D02 HW71


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