EUR General Assembly Co-Coordinator (female / diverse) 

Key Facts

  • Hours:  10-20 hrs per week (depending on the time of year, events to be planned and our ability to build independent project teams)
  • Location: no particular location is required
  • There is no compensation for this voluntary position

The position

Our EUR General Assembly Co-Coordinators are responsible for coordinating and organizing the large scale (digital and physical) European General Assemblies by providing the necessary support from the European level.

Key responsibilities and duties

  • Building up and sustaining an independent and sustainable Event team for the European General Assemblies
  • Creating and taking ownership of a project plan
  • Taking responsibility for meeting set milestones and working on all necessary tasks
  • Keeping close contact with the national chapter
  • Communicating with and reporting regularly to the EUR Events team
  • Documenting the work and learnings while summarizing and keeping all information together to professionalize the process 
  • Team management & development

Time commitment: 10-20 hrs per week depending on the time of year and events to be planned.

Experience and Skills

We seek someone who has a high motivation to work for the European team. To ensure efficient collaboration with the different groups, you must be an organizational talent that is able to work within the set-up structures and can think pragmatic and practical. It would be of great benefit if you already have experience in organizing events for example within a local or national team and even more so in an international setting. 

  • Languages: ideally multiple languages
  • High motivational level to work for the European Level
  • Organizational talent, maintaining structures, practical thinking
  • Must: Ability to communicate and keep everyone up to date
  • Ideally experience in organizing events


Must have:

  • Organizational skills: maintaining structures and coordinating multiple teams 
  • Communication skills 
  • Leadership skills: team-oriented approach 
  • Problem-solving attitude
  • A spirit of entrepreneurship and initiative


  • Project management experience
  • Volt experience 


Please send an email to Reinier van Lanschot (Volt Europa Co-President) and George Penn with your CV, motivation letter (maximum 1 page) and a video (maximum of 3 minutes) where you introduce yourself and tell what you would like to achieve in this role by 18 September 2022.

Volt Europa actively seeks a diverse applicant pool and encourages candidates of all backgrounds to apply. Volt Europa does not discriminate on the basis of disability, age, gender identity and expression, national origin, race and ethnicity, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, or criminal record. We welcome all kinds of diversity. 

Volt Europa has a 2-leads structure for all positions: given that we already have a male lead for this position, people identifying as women or non-binary are strongly encouraged to apply.