Applications for Co-Director positions are now closed.
Join the Team
We're looking for new Co-Directors!
Got an idea on how to do things better? Apply now! This is a great opportunity to help expand MAP on a national stage. MAP UK is nothing without its chapters, and you could be the one to support them through our programmes and reports.
Like all MAP UK positions, this is a volunteer role usually undertaken by students in the UK who are interested in working together to make philosophy better. Previous co-directors have usually already had experience working with a MAP Chapter at their university, but this is not a requirement.
DEADLINE: Friday 1st November 2019*
The role involves:
Co-managing the UK chapter programme: promoting the establishment of new chapters; approving applications; providing support and advice to existing chapters
Co-managing the UK mentorship programme: promoting mentorship programme, applications from new mentors; and linking mentees with appropriate mentors
Co-managing online web-presence (website, social media) and external enquiries
Regular reporting of chapter activities (two formal reports, and regular informal email contact with MAP International)
Developing ongoing MAP UK projects
Co-editing the MAP UK Blog (https://www.mapforthegap.org.uk/blog)
Developing any of your own project ideas for the UK region
Regularly liaising with fellow co-directors about all of the above
Please note that in order to be eligible to apply, you must be a student based in the UK.
But, we should note, it doesn’t matter how far along in your course you are. For example, one of the co-directors who came aboard last year was in the last few months of her PhD, and she continues to work in the position as an early careers researcher.
We appreciate the labour that goes into these roles, and we’re grateful to all past, present and future co-directors for their efforts. We aim to do our best to minimise workloads by spreading out and sharing tasks so that no one person is overburdened.
3. Hear from us
We'll review your application and let you know as soon as we can if you've been successful, or if we'd like any more information from you. We'll be in touch no later than Monday 2nd December 2019.
We especially welcome applications from members of marginalised groups, and will do our very best to accommodate adjustments to the application process for those with additional needs.
The deadline for receipt of applications is Friday 1st November 2019*
*If you are interested in applying for the position but are unable to meet this deadline for personal or other reasons, please don’t hesitate to let us know and we'll try to accomodate you as much as we can.
If you have any questions about the position or the application process, please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.