NOrg is looking for humans to hire!

You might be wondering - why is a non-commercial, volunteer-run event looking for employees?

In 2016 we decided as an organization to hire one person, to manage some of the event-critical tasks that really require a full-time attention to the event. This came after a lively debate at our All Leads Meeting and among participants and the event organization. As the event has grown over the last few years, we’ve brought on a couple more people here and there to help us put the event together. They work on things like project management, event financial management, negotiating our permit and liaising with providers, among other tasks. This are the kind of jobs that, we’ve seen, really need someone looking after them full-time, and that’s too much of a workload to ask a volunteer to do without pay.
 
So, come work for Nowhere! Check out the job descriptions and get in touch if you think you’d be right for one of the jobs.

Project Manager

The PM creates and maintains at all times an high-level overview of the status of tasks, dependencies, blockers and deadlines within the organization using a Gantt chart or other suitable methodology.

The PM coordinates and facilitates the work of the Metaleads, helps ensure deadlines are well-understood, realistic and communicated, identifies dependencies and blockers and proactively works with the involved parties to resolve them.

PERSON SPECIFICATION:
Required:
  • Clear understanding of the role of a project manager in general, and in Nowhere as a volunteer organisation in particular
  • Strong organisation and project management skills, including the use of Gantt Chart or other suitable tools and methodologies
  • Flexible and adaptable to change
  • Problem solver
  • Very good communication skills
  • Familiar with IT tools for collaboration including using Google Drive, Zoom, Slack, , Excel and others 
  • Fluent in English, fluency in Spanish desired
  • At least two years experience in a lead role at Nowhere (or proven experience of similar role in other event and has attended Nowhere) 
  • Positive and Balanced attitude and resilience to stress
  • Able to commit to a full time role initially 
  • In possession of a driving license that is valid in Spain.
  • Prepared to work in Spain as a freelancer
  • Available to be in Barcelona or Huesca when required
Desired
  • Willingness to help wherever you can
  • Experience of recruiting volunteers
  • Experience of working collaboratively
  • Start date is negotiable. Onsite attendance to Annual Leads Meeting (early december) (strongly desired)

What kind of job it is:

Paid-roles: You have to be able to work in Spain as a freelancer.

TIME Commitment:

This is a year round role, with levels of involvement depending on the season. It peaks in summer with required presence on site for five to six weeks and has less activity during winter. After the first year, a collaborative review will be undertaken to assess the time commitment needed.

MORE INFO ABOUT THIS JOB:

To apply, please contact hr@goingnowhere.org
 

deadline to apply: 10th December.

Site and Logistics coordinator

The Site and Logistics Coordinator (hereafter SLC)  is responsible for the site logistics, ensuring that all goods and services essential to the production of the event are ordered, delivered and removed from site as necessary. 

The SLC will interact and research providers, request and negotiate quotes, place and track orders, help draft delivery plans, ensure materials are received and services delivered as agreed and in particular as per the permits requirements. 

The site and logistics coordinator keeps the whole process documented as per instructions and is empowered to make decisions within agreed limits set by the finance coordinator and directors.

PERSON SPECIFICATION:
Required
  • Fluent in Spanish (preferably native) and English
  • Driving licence valid in Spain
  • Able to work in Spain as a freelancer
  • Stable internet connection
  • Available to be in Barcelona or Huesca under short notice.
  • Good communication/negotiation skills. Experience in liaising with providers in Spain.
  • Two years experience in a similar role in the events industry and/or burn community.
  • Strong organisation and project management skills
  • IT skills including using Google Drive, Skype, Slack, and Excel
  • Meticulous with record keeping and well organized
  • Flexible and adaptable to change
  • Problem solver
Desired
  • Strong organisation and project management skills
  • Willingness to help wherever you can
  • Experience of recruiting and managing volunteers
  • Experience of working collaboratively
  • Start date is negotiable. Onsite attendance to Annual Leads Meeting (early december) strongly desired 

What kind of job it is:

Paid-roles: You have to be able to work in Spain as a freelancer.

TIME Commitment:

This is a year round role,  with levels of involvement depending on the season. It peaks in summer with required presence on site for six weeks and has less activity during winter. After the first year, a collaborative review will be undertaken to assess the time commitment needed.

MORE INFO ABOUT THIS JOB:

To apply, please contact hr@goingnowhere.org
 

deadline to apply: 10th December.