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Scotland - Team Leader Role Description

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Team Leader Role Description

If you are interested in a leadership position, please contact the Membership Team leader or the Project Co-ordinator.

Purpose of Role: To ensure your Team is organized and functioning smoothly.

Reports To: Team Coordinator(s)

Responsibilities:
  • Coordinate your Team and oversee any sub-teams
  • Communicate with team members on a regular basis about what they are working on, and any issues they are experiencing.
  • Communicate with the Membership Team as necessary, regarding changes in your team's membership.
  • Communicate with the Categories Team Leader as needed, to correct errors and/or about adding new categories.
  • Respond to G2G posts for requests for help about your Team's focus.
  • Welcome and orientate new team members as they are introduced by the Membership Team.
  • Monitor the quality of work of each Team Member and assist as needed.
  • Assist with other project tasks as needed
Skills Required
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Strong people skills
  • Ability to deal with and resolve disagreements
  • Ability to work in a team environment
  • Have a solid understanding of the Honour Code




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