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Volunteer guide: Tech coordinator

Member of the core circle
Last update: Mar 21, 2022

In this guide, we will help you to get started as a Tech coordinator. If you are already a Tech coordinator, we encourage you to edit this guide to make it fit better with your working style. This will help both you and your successor! Also make sure to check out the other guides for coordinators.

If you would like to take up a role at Activist Handbook, check out how to join.

Your role

Summary: Representation of the Tech circle in the Core circle, so that organisation-wide decisions can be made. As Tech coordinator, your domain is the facilitation of the Tech circle. You need to understand how the circle roles interact with each other and work with their representatives in order to improve the flow.

You are also a representative of the Core circle and are responsible to make sure the purpose of Activist Handbook is known within the Tech circle. You have access to tools and communication channels of the Core circle. You will occasionally facilitate the circle meetings and set up strategies on how to develop further the website of Activist Handbook and the Rebel Tools project.

If you would like to contribute to the development of Rebel Tools, check out how to join our project.

Role definition: You can find the exact purpose, domain and accountabilities of this role in Airtable.

As a coordinator, you should understand Holacracy and all of its components in order to be able to facilitate cross-circle cooperation.

Make sure to check out the Our Organisation page for more information about Holacracy.

Circle guides

The following guides are relevant to all members in the Tech circle:

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