In August 2016, a small group of Transition National Hub members and Transition Network staff volunteered their time to develop the Municipalities in Transition Project, which aims to create a clear framework for how Transition groups and municipalities can create sustainable change together, tested in three (or more) pilot partnerships between Transition Hubs and municipalities over the years 2017-2018. You can read more about the project here.
Are you keen to work with Municipalities and Transition groups? Recruitment for three key positions in this project is now live. Role details and application form are below.
The Analyst will lead on the mapping of current activity in this field, drawing out most interesting case studies, tools, etc., as well as developing and implementing a monitoring & evaluation framework. This role will coordinate the knowledge base from which the prototype framework for municipal transition will be designed, to then be tested in the pilot countries.
Role: Municipalities lead
The Municipalities lead will contribute to the design, development and delivery of project activities and resources with an understanding of the context we work in. The person selected will be the main support for pilots on the ground, exploring how the proposed process of change can take place in systems that are not designed to handle it.
Role: Pedagogy lead
The Pedagogy lead will focus on the sharing and co‐creation of knowledge and catalysing effective cooperation within the team, the wider Transition Hubs network and beneficiaries. The candidate will promote the sharing and dissemination of knowledge within and beyond the scope of the project, being proactive and imaginative to propose capacity-building activities and methodologies.
Application information : Municipalities in Transition – Core Team Recruitment (3)