Call for Country Coordinators

As the International Librarians Network prepares to transition from pilot to program later this year, we are adding some additional roles to our volunteer cohort. We are currently recruiting country coordinators. What is a country coordinator? We’re glad you asked 🙂

Country coordinators act as liaison points for each country. If you are in New Zealand, for example, and you want to know more about the program, you could speak to the New Zealand coordinator. We expect that country coordinators will have a good understanding of the professional network in their country, and we ask them to use this network to recruit participants to the program. We would also expect that country coordinators would contribute to the website and online discussions.

Click here to find out a bit more about the role, including an estimated time commitment and how to put in an expression of interest. After having a look at the information page, we would be happy to answer any specific questions you might have, just drop us a line.

3 comments

  1. […] Le programme est dans sa phase de lancement. Il espère accueillir pas moins d’une centaine de participants (actuellement, 92 candidats issus de 20 pays diffĂ©rents se sont inscrits) pour une ouverture complète et officielle prĂ©vue en septembre 2013. Bien sĂ»r, ces derniers sont essentiellement issus de pays anglo-saxons (État-Unis et Australie) mais il recherche activement d’autres collègues qui pourraient faire office de coordinateur (d’oĂą un appel Ă  participation lancĂ© ce mois-ci). […]

  2. […] As the International Librarians Network prepares to transition from pilot to program later this year, we are adding some additional roles to our volunteer cohort. We are currently recruiting countr…  […]

  3. […] Librarians Network is that it will be run by volunteers all over the world. We are currently calling for expressions of interest for Country Coordinators. If you are interested in becoming involved please visit our website for more […]

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