The org’s I can remember off the top of my head are: EA Sweden (that’s me), EA Geneva, EA London, EA China, EA Netherlands (used to have full-time staff, but don’t anymore) and EA Australia.
I’m excluding CEA, EAF and Rethink Charity here.
On EA Netherlands: a major reason why we chose to switch part-time is because we had to look for other income sources (i.e. two of us were working full-time and didn’t manage to raise enough funding to cover our basic living costs).
My understanding is that EA Australia is hiring, but they don’t have anyone yet.
Yep, EA Australia currently has no paid employees. But we are hiring for an Accounting and Administration Manager, with that wage funded by private donations from within Australia.That role won’t be targeted towards community building, it will primarily be ensuring EA Australia meets its accounting and reporting obligations as a charity.
However, after recent discussions with Australian local EA group organisers, and in line with planned changes to our org structure, EA Australia is considering recruiting a person to serve as a central coordination point for Australian local group organisers. Yes, meta.
I’m interested to know if there is any similar model for this in other regions. That is—are there any situations where one person acts as a central resource point and support for local groups in their country/region and as an interface between their country/region’s local groups and the rest of the global EA community?
Ps. If you have any Australian based friends who might be good for EA Australia’s Accounting and Administration Manager position please let them know about the role: https://www.seek.com.au/job/35533240?type=standard&userqueryid=ccec30d92e7aa652b9d1f30349919d04-7905238.