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Our 6-month transition period with the current transition team members is coming to an end in June, so we're now hiring for many positions! 

Project Manager - Technical (May / June 2022)

Salary: €300/month, meals and accommodation
Purpose: To hold legal and financial responsibility for the project, manage its operations, create opportunities for volunteers and interns to support its work, educate and inspire its visitors, grow its relationships with external organisations and the local community. 
Contract Length: Fixed-term contract for two years (July 2022 – July 2024), with possibility to extend

Outline of Main Responsibilities
Working in collaboration with Coordinators to do the following:

Infrastructure
Oversee the generation and supply of electricity and water (hot and cold) for the project, including monitoring consumption.
Work alongside the Acequiero to manage the water distribution system for the village (acequia and ram pump).
Develop the project’s waste water system to improve water treatment, storage and recycling. 
Design and construct any additional infrastructure and technologies as needed by the project to overcome issues and improve ways of working.

Maintenance
All physical infrastructure, including: houses and rooms, communal areas, bathrooms and toilets, kitchen, outdoor structures.
Internet and telecommunications services
Electrical/solar system, including: batteries, PV panels, wiring.
Sunseed vehicle (repairs, inspections and general maintenance)
Cold and hot water system
Waste water system
Solar technologies: oven, dryer, parabolic cooker

Other
Operate and manage tools to enable safe discharge of duties (including carrying out or organising repairs as appropriate and organising hire of tools).
Instruct volunteers on safe tool use, ensuring dangerous tools are restricted to experienced users.
Look after tools, materials and equipment to reduce the chances of damage and faults.
Maintain the workshop space and ensure it is kept tidy, safe and ordered.

Collaboration and Outreach
Identify new opportunities for collaboration in alignment with Sunseed’s values. i.e. non-monetary exchanges, education programs, community-building, land restoration, ecobuilding, gardening.
Enhance existing partnerships in activism, research, local exchanges, environmental/social justice and implement strategies to better incorporate them into core operations of the project.
Attend external conferences, seminars and public gatherings relating to the work of the project. 
Liaise with neighbours to gather individual and collective needs, understand the niche Sunseed occupies in the village and use this to devise further opportunities for collaboration and community-building within the village.

Strategy, Reporting and Planning
Develop a collective vision for Sunseed, while ensuring the project remains true to this. Understand what it does and why, the scope of its operations, its target audience and build on an existing framework to enable realisation of this. 
Construct methods and techniques to track progress and performance of the project in line with its stated goals and objectives.
Formulate and secure new streams of income to strengthen the project’s financial viability, including through application of awards and grants or submission of funding proposals.
Compose organisation-level reports, including annual plans, research reports, annual progress reports, strategic planning, financial YTD reports etc.

Education and Coordination
Plan, organise and present educational workshops for the benefit of volunteers, interns and community members. Identify new and further develop existing volunteer opportunities.
Design, prepare and deliver educational courses that are relevant to the work Sunseed undertakes.
Supervise interns, including in the design, monitoring and evaluation phases of intern projects.
Provide mentorship for staff, interns and volunteers.

Community
Handle internal and external disputes or disagreements, negotiate mutually favourable solutions (where possible) that can assist the project and/or other party.
Demonstrate use of governance tools such as sociocracy and implement these in decision-making processes.

Together with the Sustainable Living Coordinator:
Oversee tasks critical to the healthy functioning of the community environment. Including cleaning communal spaces, cooking, baking bread, doing laundry, keeping track of food, water and household supplies (and ordering where necessary).
Manage the production of natural cosmetics, preserves and fermented products as required by the community.
Organise, prepare and run markets to sell locally made products, communicate the project to the outside world and leverage networking opportunities.

General
Represent the project across all levels (local, national, international), maintain its good name, raise its profile and strengthen its reputation.
Meet objectives of the technical circle and ensure that what it achieves supports the project in reaching its overarching aims and mission.
Accept financial responsibility for the project, make significant financial decisions and implement appropriate monitoring tools (i.e. budgeting and accounting) to ensure it remains economically stable and robust.
Live and work onsite, be available to attend emergencies or urgent matters.
Together with fellow Project Managers; fulfil legal obligations as members of the Association, be accountable for legal matters as required.

A link to the full job description and person specification can be found here.

Application Process
To apply or enquire about anything regarding the role or application process, please contact admin.coordinator@sunseed.org.uk

All applications must include a CV and motivation letter that includes the following:
What motivates you to become part of Sunseed?
Why would you be a great Project Manager, and what relevant experience could you bring to the role?
What community living experience do you have, if any?
When can you start? 

Project Manager - Office (May / June 2022)

Salary: €300/month, meals and accommodation
Purpose: To hold legal and financial responsibility for the project, manage its operations, create opportunities for volunteers and interns to support its work, educate and inspire its visitors, grow its relationships with external organisations and the local community. 
Contract Length: Fixed-term contract for two years (July 2022 – July 2024), with possibility to extend

Outline of Main Responsibilities
Working in collaboration with Coordinators to do the following:

Communication
Advertise and market opportunities, activities and events such as courses, festivals and volunteering/intern opportunities. Publish these through social media channels, website and other media.
Design, distribute and communicate regular digital newsletters throughout our networks.
Create educational and authentic content that appropriately captures the operations and values of the project, in areas relating to drylands management, organic gardening, technology, ecobuilding and community living. Make it accessible for an outside audience (Ex-Sunseeders, friends and prospective volunteers) and conducive to developing our online presence.
Manage external media requests for collaboration in articles, documentaries, broadcasts etc.
Communicate changes and updates through regular maintenance of the website and other media platforms.

Education
Support the successful completion of the European Solidarity Corps (ESC) volunteer programme, including collaboration with external coordinators.
Arrange educational activities such as courses, workshops, open days, external visits, school visits, group visits, guided tours, seminars etc.
Establish, maintain and grow relationships with Universities, student associations and other educational groups.
Implement an orientation program that ensures new volunteers and interns to Sunseed feel welcome and comfortable in their first weeks. This should cover organisation structure, guidelines, policies, local environmental context, community/village life etc.
Organise a schedule for hosting guided tours (including frequency, length, guide) and be the point of contact for tour participants.

Administration
Undertake preparation of administrative paperwork and appropriate filing/record-keeping. Includes contract signing, taxes, agreements, insurances and volunteer onboarding. 
Lead internal monthly accounting process and submission of external yearly account reporting obligations.
Carry out invoice and staff payments. Outline (together with Manager team) a protocol for management of cash box, including access and record-keeping.

Collaboration and Outreach
Identify new opportunities for collaboration in alignment with Sunseed’s values. i.e. non-monetary exchanges, education programs, community-building, land restoration, ecobuilding, gardening.
Enhance existing partnerships in activism, research, local exchanges, environmental/social justice and implement strategies to better incorporate them into core operations of the project.
Attend external conferences, seminars and public gatherings relating to the work of the project. 
Liaise with neighbours to gather individual and collective needs, understand the niche Sunseed occupies in the village and use this to devise further opportunities for collaboration and community-building within the village.

Strategy, Reporting and Planning
Develop a collective vision for Sunseed, while ensuring the project remains true to this. Understand what it does and why, the scope of its operations, its target audience and build on an existing framework to enable realisation of this. 
Construct methods and techniques to track progress and performance of the project in line with its stated goals and objectives.
Formulate and secure new streams of income to strengthen the project’s financial viability, including through application of awards and grants or submission of funding proposals.
Compose organisation-level reports, including annual plans, research reports, annual progress reports, strategic planning, financial YTD reports etc.

Education and Coordination
Plan, organise and present educational workshops for the benefit of volunteers, interns and community members. Identify new and further develop existing volunteer opportunities.
Design, prepare and deliver educational courses that are relevant to the work Sunseed undertakes.
Supervise interns, including in the design, monitoring and evaluation phases of intern projects.
Provide mentorship for staff, interns and volunteers.

Community
Handle internal and external disputes or disagreements, negotiate mutually favourable solutions (where possible) that can assist the project and/or other party.
Demonstrate use of governance tools such as sociocracy and implement these in decision-making processes.

Together with the Sustainable Living Coordinator:
Oversee tasks critical to the healthy functioning of the community environment. Including cleaning communal spaces, cooking, baking bread, doing laundry, keeping track of food, water and household supplies (and ordering where necessary).
Manage the production of natural cosmetics, preserves and fermented products as required by the community.
Organise, prepare and run markets to sell locally made products, communicate the project to the outside world and leverage networking opportunities.

General
Represent the project across all levels (local, national, international), maintain its good name, raise its profile and strengthen its reputation.
Meet objectives of the technical circle and ensure that what it achieves supports the project in reaching its overarching aims and mission.
Accept financial responsibility for the project, make significant financial decisions and implement appropriate monitoring tools (i.e. budgeting and accounting) to ensure it remains economically stable and robust.
Live and work onsite, be available to attend emergencies or urgent matters.
Together with fellow Project Managers; fulfil legal obligations as members of the Association, be accountable for legal matters as required.

A link to the full job description and person specification can be found here.

Application Process
To apply or enquire about anything regarding the role or application process, please contact admin.coordinator@sunseed.org.uk

All applications must include a CV and motivation letter that includes the following:
What motivates you to become part of Sunseed?
Why would you be a great Project Manager, and what relevant experience could you bring to the role?
What community living experience do you have, if any?
When can you start? 

Project Manager - Practical (May / June 2022)

Salary: €300/month, meals and accommodation
Purpose: To hold legal and financial responsibility for the project, manage its operations, create opportunities for volunteers and interns to support its work, educate and inspire its visitors, grow its relationships with external organisations and the local community. 
Contract Length: Fixed-term contract for two years (July 2022 – July 2024), with possibility to extend

Outline of Main Responsibilities
Working in collaboration with Coordinators to do the following:

Drylands
Design, implement and monitor a restoration plan for Sunseed-owned land in the area while managing erosion, enhancing soil fertility and restoring vegetal cover.
Maintain a basic tree nursery and seed bank, ensuring the appropriate provision of trees and shrubs for planting in the Drylands and other sites.
Maintain paths, walls, stairs, fences and boundary markers, trees (pruning/mulching) and compost toilet, as required.
Apply low-technology methods for managing compost, seed harvesting, planting, propagation, water harvesting, irrigation and controlling erosion.
Keep records of Sunseed-owned parcelas, including their hydrology, geology, biodiversity, and how this changes over time.

Gardens
Apply techniques such as companion planting and crop rotation to improve soil health and maximise yield.
Organise and develop annual calendars for sowing, planting, transplanting and harvesting.
Prepare and maintain garden beds and compost heaps.
Manage a garden nursery and adopt a systematic methodology to ensure species are grown according to the local conditions and needs of the community.
Maintain and monitor tree and crop health. Use organic methods to overcome outbreaks of disease and control pests.
Keep records of harvest weights to improve future practice and monitor changes.
Trial and develop improved schedules for irrigation and planting.

Collaboration and Outreach
Identify new opportunities for collaboration in alignment with Sunseed’s values. i.e. non-monetary exchanges, education programs, community-building, land restoration, ecobuilding, gardening.
Enhance existing partnerships in activism, research, local exchanges, environmental/social justice and implement strategies to better incorporate them into core operations of the project.
Attend external conferences, seminars and public gatherings relating to the work of the project. 
Liaise with neighbours to gather individual and collective needs, understand the niche Sunseed occupies in the village and use this to devise further opportunities for collaboration and community-building within the village.

Strategy, Reporting and Planning
Develop a collective vision for Sunseed, while ensuring the project remains true to this. Understand what it does and why, the scope of its operations, its target audience and build on an existing framework to enable realisation of this. 
Construct methods and techniques to track progress and performance of the project in line with its stated goals and objectives.
Formulate and secure new streams of income to strengthen the project’s financial viability, including through application of awards and grants or submission of funding proposals.
Compose organisation-level reports, including annual plans, research reports, annual progress reports, strategic planning, financial YTD reports etc.

Education and Coordination
Plan, organise and present educational workshops for the benefit of volunteers, interns and community members. Identify new and further develop existing volunteer opportunities.
Design, prepare and deliver educational courses that are relevant to the work Sunseed undertakes.
Supervise interns, including in the design, monitoring and evaluation phases of intern projects.
Provide mentorship for staff, interns and volunteers.

Community
Handle internal and external disputes or disagreements, negotiate mutually favourable solutions (where possible) that can assist the project and/or other party.
Demonstrate use of governance tools such as sociocracy and implement these in decision-making processes.

Together with the Sustainable Living Coordinator:
Oversee tasks critical to the healthy functioning of the community environment. Including cleaning communal spaces, cooking, baking bread, doing laundry, keeping track of food, water and household supplies (and ordering where necessary).
Manage the production of natural cosmetics, preserves and fermented products as required by the community.
Organise, prepare and run markets to sell locally made products, communicate the project to the outside world and leverage networking opportunities.

General
Represent the project across all levels (local, national, international), maintain its good name, raise its profile and strengthen its reputation.
Meet objectives of the technical circle and ensure that what it achieves supports the project in reaching its overarching aims and mission.
Accept financial responsibility for the project, make significant financial decisions and implement appropriate monitoring tools (i.e. budgeting and accounting) to ensure it remains economically stable and robust.
Live and work onsite, be available to attend emergencies or urgent matters.
Together with fellow Project Managers; fulfil legal obligations as members of the Association, be accountable for legal matters as required.

A link to the full job description and person specification can be found here.

Application Process
To apply or enquire about anything regarding the role or application process, please contact admin.coordinator@sunseed.org.uk

All applications must include a CV and motivation letter that includes the following:
What motivates you to become part of Sunseed?
Why would you be a great Project Manager, and what relevant experience could you bring to the role?
What community living experience do you have, if any?
When can you start? 

Drylands Management Coordinator (May / June 2022)

Work in the Drylands Management department is very varied and challenging. Historically, the project has focused on the study of both native and exotic plants adapted to semi-arid environments. Nowadays, the department´s objectives are focused on environmental education, conservation and regeneration of local vegetal communities through sustainable and respectful methods. We look for techniques that allow and encourage the development of local vegetation and of long-term increases in biodiversity and stability.
The department’s priority is to educate and teach visitors and volunteers about the semi-arid environment, its plants and processes, give environmental education, explain the geography and ecology of the surroundings and teach low-tech methods in Drylands Management.

Technological limitations mean that adaptability and originality are necessary factors when designing experiments and projects of action. The department has basic facilities which include a library of past records, a seed bank and a digital herbarium in development.

This is a volunteer position with a compensation of 110 euros per month (plus all meals and accommodation) and a minimum commitment of 8 months.

Core Responsibilities
fighting erosion, drought and restoring vegetal cover of the land.
Maintain a low-tech tree nursery, ensuring the appropriate production of trees and shrubs for use in the Drylands development.
Incorporate volunteers into the work and methodology and development of their own projects to satisfactory completion.
Write and supervise the production of reports, document larger projects, prepare project proposals and produce literature.
Maintain tools, instruct on their proper use and apply safety rules

Other Responsibilities
Maintain and build walls, paths, steps, fences and boundary markers.
Use low impact, sustainable methods of composting, safe wastewater management and erosion control.
Vegetation management including planting, pruning and harvesting.
Keep clear records of the boundaries of our various parcels of land, of their geology, hydrology and plant cover, and of how they are changing over time.
Communicate our aims to a wide audience, online, in the village and elsewhere.

Requirements
Experience and knowledge of drylands management, land restoration, water management and/or any related areas.
Tolerance of hard physical work in hot conditions.
Ability to lead and motivate volunteers, who range from those with a wealth of experience to those with little or none.
Ability to work in co-operation with other departments.

To apply, please fill out our application form here.

Eco-Maintenance Coordinator (May / June 2022)

In line with our philosophy, we recycle and reuse materials wherever possible and make as much use from locally available materials such as gypsum and caña (a locally growing cane). We are increasingly trying to incorporate more ecological building materials into the restoration of our existing buildings.

One responsibility of the Maintenance Coordinator includes the supervision of the volunteers who are keen to help with maintenance-work, often having more enthusiasm than skills, as well as the application of clear health and safety standards. Bigger projects require help from local construction-workers and need to be coordinated. 

This is a volunteer position with a compensation of 110 euros per month (plus all meals and accommodation) and a minimum commitment of 8 months.

Core Responsibilities
Assisting and supervising volunteers in carrying out tasks
Maintenance and Improvements of our buildings
General maintenance of roofs, floors, doors, etc 
Plastering, painting and finishing with a lime wash
Tools and material supervision
Applying safety rules
Instructing on proper tool use
Ensuring unsafe tools are not used
Maintaining and repairing tools

Requirements
Ability to lead and motivate volunteers, who range from those with a wealth of experience to those with little or none.
Knowledge of building skills including plumbing repairs, plastering, painting, etc. (Experience would be desirable)
Tolerance of hard physical work in hot conditions.
Ability to organise work schedules and work in a team.

Desirable Skills
Experience of water heating systems or rainwater catchment systems
Experience in ecological building techniques and materials.
Experience in using power tools
Experience in plumbing 
Ability to speak Spanish

To apply, please fill out our application form here.

Communications Coordinator (May / June 2022)

The Communications Department coordinates the education of volunteers and visitors and the production of marketing and educational publicity material. Using social media, the Sunseed website and local contacts, we generate interest in our commitment to living a sustainable and low-impact lifestyle. 

This is a volunteer position with a compensation of 110 euros per month (plus all meals and accommodation) and a minimum commitment of 8 months.

Core Responsibilities
Producing Sunseed e-newsletters
Maintaining and developing Sunseed’s website, social media profiles and other web presence
Producing other publicity materials such as posters, postcards, fliers and information as needed
Ensuring all project documentation is up-to-date and consistent in style
Ensuring that as much as possible Sunseed literature is in both English and Spanish
Approaching both Spanish and English media (magazines, websites, radio, TV etc.) regarding possible features, articles and broadcasts about Sunseed
Advertising the project cost-effectively
Helping to organise and publicise special events such as courses, guided tours and open days with the Education Coordinator
Helping to organise Sunseed events
General office support as needed

Requirements
Experience writing blog items and social media posts
Knowledge and experience of platforms such as Mailjet and WordPress
Media/PR experience
Photography and video skills
Previous knowledge of NGO administration
An understanding of organisational structures, particularly non-hierarchical organisations and those in the third sector
Previous work experience with volunteers ideally in a support role
A strong affinity with Sunseed’s vision and mission
Good spoken Spanish and English
Own laptop with software installed

Desirable Skills
Graphic design experience (PS / AI / IN)
Commitment to promoting low-impact living
Good organisational abilities
Good communication skills, including ability to work as part of a closely integrated team
Confidence, sensitivity, patience and open mindedness
Proven experience engaging with a diverse audience
Ability to set targets, identify priorities and monitor progress
Ability to live in a basic communal environment with limited resources and the desire to live and work closely with group members
Ability to document and evaluate work

To apply, please fill out our application form here.

Organic Gardens Coordinator (May / June 2022)

Specific techniques in horticulture and permaculture are required to work the terrace system and traditional irrigation channel. The Organic Garden department currently cares for twelve gardens which produce a wide range of food crops. The role of the gardens is to provide food for the project, education and research and improve environmental integration by maximizing the cycling of our waste materials. 

Our gardens are run strictly according to organic principles and we incorporate the use of permaculture design. Careful soil management is especially important. No artificial chemicals are used. 

Working in the gardens is always popular with volunteers, therefore the Gardens Coordinator needs to be able to work and communicate effectively with a wide range of people.

This is a volunteer position with a compensation of 110 euros per month (plus all meals and accommodation) and a minimum commitment of 8 months.

Core Responsibilities
- Using a mixture of methods such as crop rotation, companion planting, inter-cropping
- Planning sowing and transplanting times
- Preparing garden beds
- Tree care
- Greenhouse management
- Soil Management
- Monitoring crop yield
- Starting and maintaining compost heaps
- Crop selection
- Proper irrigation techniques
- Using organic methods for pest control
- Trialling and developing effective gardening techniques to meet local conditions
- Assisting and supervising volunteers
- Supervising innovative volunteer projects
- Education and Documentation
- Incorporating volunteers into the work and methodology
- Assistance with development of volunteer projects to satisfactory completion
- Inter-departmental co-operation
- Work as a team to ensure the smooth running of Sunseed

Requirements
- Experience and knowledge of all aspects of organic growing 
- Tolerance of hard physical work in hot conditions
- Ability to lead and motivate volunteers, who range from those with a wealth of experience to those with very little
- Ability to work in co-operation with other departments

Desired skills
- Fluency in Spanish
- Driving licence
- Experience with permaculture
- Experience with agroforestry

To apply, please fill out our application form here.

Sustainable Living Coordinator (May / June 2022)

The Sustainable Living department coordinates the smooth running of Sunseed’s low-impact lifestyle. The department ensures that all visitors contribute to it through shared cooking and household duties. The department is central to educating all volunteers in everyday low-impact, sustainable living and bringing awareness to the no chemical policy. The Sustainable Living Coordinator implements the Sunseed Food Policy to ensure an ethical, healthy, vegetarian diet. It is a very broad role involving many different tasks and getting to the core of community life, keeping the focus on the importance of an integrated and environmentally aware lifestyle.

This is a volunteer position with a compensation of 110 euros per month (plus all meals and accommodation) and a minimum commitment of 8 months.

Core Responsibilities
Undertaking the running of Sunseed’s low-impact household
Orientating volunteers on arrival and educating them in low-impact living
Organising the accommodation and the communal area
Supervising hygiene, health and safety, cleanliness, tidiness
Publishing and updating rotas, notices and routines
Implementing and encouraging no-chemical policy
Making organic soap, toothpaste and cosmetics
Food Management (making orders, harvesting etc)
Overseeing the implementation of the Sunseed Food Policy
Promoting solar and energy-efficient cooking
Preserving excess produce from the gardens (preserves, ferments, olives, almonds etc)
Foraging wild plants and promoting their use
Taking care of the medicinal garden and using medicinal plants
Baking bread

Requirements
Passion for low impact living
Experience baking bread, making preserves and natural cosmetics
Commitment to use of low-impact cooking technologies, and reducing consumption and waste

To apply, please fill out our application form here.

Education Coordinator (May / June 2022)

The Education Coordinator is responsible for putting in place the educational aspect of Sunseed Desert Technology for volunteers and staff. This position involves close collaboration within the Office Team and all other Coordinators to ensure that Sunseed’s development as an educational centre of experiential/informal learning, through the delivery of successful educational experiences, both internally and externally, is met. The work is diverse and wide-ranging, depending on the skills and knowledge of the successful candidate. 

This is a volunteer position with a compensation of 110 euros per month (plus all meals and accommodation) and a minimum commitment of 8 months.

Core Responsibilities
Organise educational activities such as courses, workshops, open days, external visits, school visits, group visits, guided tours, seminars
Researching educational strategies, activities and programmes
Represent Sunseed in public events, such as talks and conferences
Develop and oversee a working mentoring system for volunteers and staff at Sunseed
Encourage the development of monitoring and evaluation of activities and learning processes
Encourage the participation of staff members in courses and seminars for their further skill development

Other Responsibilities
Maintaining and improving signs around the project
Conducting tours and giving information to visitors
Organising activities for volunteers within the education department 
Monitoring and recording internships and feedback forms
Maintaining files of important contact information on different organisations/networks, materials etc. and ensuring they are properly archived
Writing blogs and articles related to the educational activity at Sunseed
Organising fundraising events
Ensuring that all interns and long-term volunteers receive Sunseed certificates

Requirements
Commitment to promoting low impact living and environmental education.
Confident in public speaking, workshop delivery and facilitation with young people.
Initiative and creativity to explore new opportunities, networks and ideas.
Excellent communication skills, including ability to work as part of a closely integrated team; patience and open mindedness to work with all members of the Sunseed community in a non-hierarchical organisational method
Excellent spoken English and Spanish

To apply, please fill out our application form here.

Required skills:

  1. Commitment to Sunseed’s vision, mission and goals

  2. Commitment to environmental stewardship and social change

  3. Willingness to share knowledge and ideas and encourage learning, teaching and community integration

  4. Ability to give short talks and guided tours

  5. Ability to be flexible, co-operative and welcoming to all visitors

  6. Ability to provide mentoring for visitors and supervise their projects

  7. Good communication skills, good English

Desirable skills:

  1. Some knowledge of Spanish and willingness to improve language skills

  2. If over 25, a full driving license valid for driving in Spain

  3. Interest in living off-grid in a sustainable way

Benefits

Vegetarian food

Locally sourced mostly organic food included

Paid holidays

24 days of paid holidays per year

Amenities

Internet, cosmetics, detergents, library, etc. provided

Scenic landscape

Unique location within a natural reserve with a natural pool

Long Term Manager
300

Monthly

  • Contract of minimum 2 years
  • Accommodation: basic single room
  • 2 paid weekdays off per month
All staff are responsible for their own insurance and up-to-date tetanus jabs.
Coordinator
110

Monthly

  • Contract of 8 months
  • Accommodation: basic single room
  • 2 paid weekdays off per month

Committing to Sunseed

Living at Sunseed as a community member means more than simply doing your job well. You will be expected to balance environment, community and personal needs.

You will also be expected to take part fully in community life, relevant meetings and to assist in duties that are outside of your post like sharing communal duties such as cooking and cleaning as well as setting a good example in areas such as enthusiasm, safe practices, punctuality and socialising.

All staff members: 
- participate in the planning and implementation of tasks in their department and contribute to the overall longer-term strategic development of the project.
- are responsible for supervising volunteers and implementing the Health and Safety guidelines in all activities (this is of utmost importance for staff involved in supervising unskilled volunteers in potentially hazardous situations).
- are expected to follow and oversee Sunseed’s mission and policies (vegetarian, no-chemical), procedures (grievance) and agreements (communal).