Community Builder Team

Salary Unpaid

Community builder (volunteer position) 

Engagement, collaborations and culture don’t just happen. They require good ideas and prepared facilitation. The community builders are a team who develops and shapes the culture for the Station community through activities, involvement and communication. 

 

Details of the Community Builders Team 

Team size: 10-12 

Period: September – July. If you can only do shorter time just let us know 

Meetings: weekly for 1.5 hours 

Time commitment: 3-5 hours/week 

  

To summarize it, the community builders 

1.    are the central link in making the community interact in a way that catalyses innovation 

2.    engages students to collaborate across programmes, organisations and projects 

3.    develop, plan, facilitate and communicate activities and initiatives 

 

Testimonial from a previous community builder 

"Station is a powerhouse of dynamic individuals working towards excellence. The events I got to organize while being a community builder have taught me so much about what goes into running an organization and tackling interdisciplinarity. What added a cherry of top is meeting amazing volunteers and developing a bond with them" - Community Builder from DTU, 2020 - 2021 

 

As a community builder you will develop your skills in 

  • Understanding of team dynamics in an interdisciplinary environment 

  • How to turn strategy into concrete initiatives, culture and behaviour 

  • How to facilitate a culture and relations in a community 

  • Self awareness and self management 

  • Facilitating personal growth 

  • To fail and celebrate failures in order to develop learnings 

 

We are right now creating a specific team of volunteers that will develop and plan innovative changemaker workshops for the community in the most creative way possible 🚀 

 

Details for the 2021 summer recruitment 

  • Interviews will happen on the go, preferably in person but online is also possible.  

  • The first event is the 15th of September in Station 

 

The roles & responsibilities in the team 

Most of us join the team because we know that collaboration leads to the most innovative ideas and we care about engagement and culture to reinforce it! We work as a team and distribute responsibilities during the onboarding. Responsibilities can change during the program, according to how your interests develop, or if you would like to challenge yourself in another role. 

 

You can apply for specific responsibilities from the beginning if some are more attractive to you - or hear more about them before deciding. 

 

Overview of responsibilities, we are recruiting for: 

 

Event Coordinator 

Coordinate responsibilities, tasks, resources and timelines for events. These are: 

  • Innovation Gatherings (Monthly during the semesters) 

  • Welcome to Station (At each semester start) 

  • Station Treasure Hunt (Yearly one time event) 

  • Celebration Event for Falcons & Shapers (Once or twice a year) 

  • Plan and facilitate changemaker workshops for students  

  • Optional: Internal Event 

Time commitment: 2-3 hours / week 

Qualifications: Structured, Thorough & Descriptive, Can delegate tasks 

 

Workshop facilitator 

Design and facilitates workshops for the community at Innovation Gatherings and Station Academy (educational workshops) 

Time commitment: 1 hour in the week with an innovation gathering or Station Academy workshop 

Qualifications: Facilitation skills, Creative, Educational methodologies 

 

EdTech Designer 

The EdTech Designer is a person who enjoys being updated about innovation in the field of education and wants to experiment with a real brand-new educational project. 

Time commitment: 2 hours every other week 

Qualifications: Passionate about educational innovations 

 

Community manager 

Manages the community by supporting programmes, organisations and projects (POPs) in the community. This could be about how to interact with Station as an organisation or use Station physically, where to find information about events or who might be interesting to collaborate with. There are 6 community managers for the POPs in Station and 2 for the members in Station. The POPs Community Managers will be involved to some extend in 

  • Innovation Gatherings (Monthly during the semesters) 

  • Welcome to Station (At each semester start) 

  • Station Treasure Hunt (Yearly one time event) 

  • Tours 

  • Connect volunteers with ambassador coordinators for Station 

  • Celebrate volunteers 

Time commitment: 1-3 hours / week 

Qualifications: Structured and good with remembering and passing on information, interested and investigative in community needs 

 

Social Badass 

Facilitates social activities and sets the standard for all the non-professional interaction to make people feel welcome and included. This could be yoga events, friday bars or structures for social nudging. Social Badasses will be involved in 

  • Innovation Gathering & Welcome to Station 

  • Recruitment 

  • Station Treasure Hunt 

  • Celebrating Volunteers 

  • Internal Events 

Time Commitment: 2 hours / week 

Qualifications: People’s person, 

 

Dealmaker 

Negotiates good deals for the activities, resources or services needed. This could be 

  • Discount for members around Copenhagen 

  • Deals for events like Station Treasure Hunt 

  • Ad Hoc 

Time Commitment: 1 hour / week 

Qualifications: Business minded to haggle (in Danish: købmandskab) 

 

Ambassadors Coordinator 

Coordinates and engages volunteers across the community to become ambassadors for Station in their own study programs or networks. The most important task is to 

  • Arrange and join ambassador trips to recruit newbies 

Time commitment: 1 hour / week, occasionally during the year a few hours to go on ambassador trips to universities 

Qualifications: People’s person, structured and descriptive 

 

HR 

Supports the team members in personal development, collaborating internally and recruiting new community builders. Will 

  • Tour universities in spring with ambassadors to recruit new community builders 

  • Coordinate or facilitate internal events for the team 

  • Structure onboarding for new recruits 

Time commitment: 1-3 hours / week 

Qualifications: People’s person, structure, personal development 

 

Newbie Charmer 

Be the guide for new people joining and give them a good start to the Station community. Two charmers will focus on programs, organisations and projects (POPs) and two on members 

Time commitment: 1 hour / week 

Qualifications: People’s person 

 

Creative Designer 

The creative designer is a person who enjoys coming up with those creative ideas. This can be for 

  • Events 

  • Graphical Communications 

  • Writing 

Time commitment: 1-3 hours / week 

Qualifications: Creative 

 

Communication Manager 

The communication manager takes care of coordinating the communication – not necessarily producing it. Will have knowledge about Station communication and framing and might create communication pieces like 

  • Posters, flyers or SoMe content 

Time commitment: 1-2 hours/week 

Qualifications: Communication structure & strategy, SoMe experience 

For more information or questions please contact us at communitybuilders@station.dk or phone number +4542901747

Perks and benefits

This job comes with several perks and benefits

Flexible working hours
Flexible working hours

Time is precious. Make it count. Morning person or night owl, this job is for you.

Free coffee / tea
Free coffee / tea

Get your caffeine fix to get you started and keep you going.

Near public transit
Near public transit

Easy access and treehugger friendly workplace.

Social gatherings
Social gatherings

Social gatherings and games; hang out with your colleagues.

Skill development
Skill development

We want to take you from good to great.

Maternity / paternity leave
Maternity / paternity leave

Kids are the future, go spend time with them.

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Working at
Station

Roles at the bottom of the page! We are an interdisciplinary community of students and recent graduates who 1. create the most thriving crossdisciplinary student community 2. empower students through hands-on programmes and projects about sustainability, innovation and entrepreneurship, and 3. engage in collaborations with the private, public and civic sector. We are 30-40 core volunteers and around 250 members split into smaller teams doing programmes, projects and activities. We are from every university in greater Copenhagen and specialize in a multitude of different disciplines ranging from STEM to social sciences and journalism to everything business related. We are also culturally mixed with approximately 50% Danish and 50% Internationals. We are based in the 100-year-old police station of Frederiksberg that we have just transformed to the slickest space for 52 million DKK to fit the ideas of bright minds. Station is the first crossdisciplinary hub for student innovation - and if you have a drive to make a difference and would like to connect with great people - we are here for you!

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