Project Assistant

at Open Cultural Center
Published July 2, 2024
Location Barcelona, Spain
Category Administration  
Job Type Volunteer  

Description

Main tasks

Participating in all CodeWomen+ events and meetings in person, with as
main responsibilities the welcoming and registering of participants, and the
logistics at the event;
Supporting and facilitating the organisation of CodeWomen+ events to
empower women and non-binary individuals to breach into the tech
industry (e.g. workshops, masterclasses, coding sessions, digital literacy
courses);
Ensuring attendance of sufficient volunteers to events and managing them
(Google Calendar invites, Slack reminders, emails and follow-up);
Drafting engaging Eventbrite invitations;
Keeping track of registrations through Eventbrite, keeping track of actual
attendance (participants and volunteers), and updating our database
(Airtable) with the relevant information.
Taking care of food & drinks for events where hosts do not provide this;
Liaising with hosting partners (coding schools, companies) where needed;
Ensuring a photographer is present; managing the photo database;
Managing the CodeWomen+ WhatsApp group;
Collecting information from participants and updating the CodeWomen+
database (Airtable);
Supporting the organisation’s communications team in creating content
about the project for Instagram, Linkedin and the web page
Moderating the online communication channels through engaging
interactions with the community;
Take part in the ESC activities (organisation of team building activities,
awareness raising in schools, etc.);
Support the rest of the team and participate actively in the organisation’s
activities.
Requirements

Enthusiastic and committed to achieving more diversity in the tech sector;
People person, happy to help others, comfortable with reaching out to
strangers and networking;
Independent and creative, able to come up with ideas, find new ways of
doing things, and suggest improvements;
Good command of English (Spanish is a great advantage);
(Volunteer) experience with event organisation;
Able to manage deadlines, plan ahead, and anticipate problems;
Comfortable with software tools and interested in learning to use new
systems, like Slack, Airtable and Notion;
Some writing skills (e.g. posting clear messages in Slack, and drafting
Eventbrite announcements);
An intersectional feminist perspective

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