Echo puts a whole new spin on business by using time as money: Echo money, where every hour is worth one Echo. With its roots in time banking, they have pioneered their own currency, where everything and everyone is valued equally.
They use an online platform to create offline connectivity, with a particular focus on the people and organisations in and around the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford, East London. Peter Bailey FRSA has been working with Echo as a consultant over the last few months and would like to share a new role with the Fellowship network.
To help build the network of members across East London, they are now recruiting a full time Community Manager to join their team. The role will involve creating connections both online and offline by leading on member support, communications, marketing and events.
The ideal candidate will have loads of ideas, bags of enthusiasm, drive and strong organisational skills, plus a proven track record in community management with an emphasis on digital media, comms and marketing. They’ll also be a natural connector, joining the dots between people, skills, resources and ideas.
A full job specification and application details can be found here.
The deadline for applications is Friday 8th January
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