Green Fingers Project Leader

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Green Fingers offer you the opportunity to engage with the University of Liverpool Children’s Centre to run interactive gardening and related craft activities. Sessions will primarily be working with the children by running craft sessions and getting them involved with the garden.

If you are interested in teaching, particularly pre-school training and development and the environment this is a brilliant opportunity to get involved in!

Project leaders are the first port of call for all Green Fingers volunteers. They are required to meet the volunteers before each volunteering session and explain the tasks to them. They are also required to liaise with the Green Guild Project Manager and the Green Guild team regarding progress and development of the project and allotment maintenance which wil be carried out by the team of gardening volunteers. The Green Guild staff will provide support to establish what tasks need to be completed each month. Green Fingers Project Leaders are responsible for communicating with the volunteers, updating Guild staff and other students on the development of the project and promoting the project on campus.  

Commitment: To commit to attend 3 volunteering sessions and regular meetings with the Green Guild Project Manager.

If you are interested about this opportunity please attend our upcoming training session at the Guild in Elizabeth Gidney 1;

  • Thursday 10th October - 5pm 

Attending this training session is compulsory if you want to volunteer on this project, in order to gain safeguarding skills. You must of booked a space on this training to attend. This will be adverised separately on the Guild Events page.

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Required Role

Green Fingers Project Leader

Key responsibilities

Green Fingers Project Leaders are the first port of call for all garden plot volunteers. They are required to meet the volunteers before each volunteering session and explain the tasks to them. They are also required to liaise with the Green Guild project Manager regarding progress and development of the project and to establish what tasks need to be completed each month. They are responsible for communicating with general garden plot volunteers, updating Guild staff and other students on the development of the project and promoting the project on campus.

Desirable Skills

  • Communication
  • Confidence
  • Event Planning
  • Initiative
  • Practical

Skill to gain

  • Communication
  • Confidence
  • Leadership and Management
  • Practical
  • Presentation
  • Teaching and training
  • Team Work

When can you do this role/Calendar

Minimum commitment level: Once a month

Start Date: 23-09-2019

End Date: 24-04-2020

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Location

Mount Pleasant, Liverpool L3 5TR, UK
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