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As Waste manager you represent the waste pillar and all waste related topics at the Erasmus Sustainability Hub. The waste manager position primarily entails managing and empowering the waste committee. This means being an engaging and open-minded leader, facilitating, motivating and supporting your team with resources for them to realize their ideas. It is very important that you lead by example but also allow for freedom within the team. As a committee manager, it is crucial to delegate tasks accordingly, while also updating your committee with the Hub’s developments. You are responsible for continuously promoting and advocating for sustainable waste management at our university and engaging students with sustainable consumption. Furthermore, you will also monitor already existing projects such as cup sharing, world cleanup day and rethink waste week.
Secondly, because you are representing the waste pillar at the ESH, you will be giving out advice to the university and other student associations on the topic of waste. Consulting for the university and student associations may include reduction of waste and its management, plastic consumption and production, waste management projects at the university, and/or zero waste campus challenges. Moreover, you will also represent and foster the activist side of the hub, such as collaborations with Extinction Rebellion or working alongside Friday For Future Nederland. Mobilizing an activist part of the hub is essential in highlighting the urgency of action.
Finally, alongside the board, you are expected to be an active player in contributing to the overall hub strategy and actively helping the hub grow and evolve. Being a waste manager it is also expected that you take on new challenges and expand the waste pillar at the hub.
Waste Manager's Main Responsibilities include:
- Being the face of the Waste pillar and advocating for change
- Supervising a committee of 4 members while empowering them and ensuring a positive, fun, and creative work environment
- Providing advice to external parties such as the university and student associations
- Collaborating with external parties such as student associations, Extinction Rebellion, Blue City, researchers and more
- Overlooking already implemented projects such as cup sharing in Sports Cafe
- Organizing and continuing with already existing events such as world cleanup day, rethink waste week, among other events during the year
- Planning educational events such as, panel discussions, film screenings, debates, workshops and more
- Being a team player and contributing to the overall Hub strategy along with your fellow board members
To apply, please send your CV and motivation letter (max. 1 page) to email@example.com before May 17th, 2020, at 23h59.
In your motivation letter, you can indicate a maximum of two board positions that you are interested in. Please provide motivation as to why you are suited to these positions and any other relevant ideas or information you would like us to know.
The approximate working hours as a board member is around 20 hours. However, this is just an estimate and a board position requires immense dedication to spend 20+ hours on this job.
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