Hi, I am the Centre Manager and I manage the Moseley Exchange, including the offices, venue hire and the coworking space. You might see me unblocking a toilet, moving furniture or in the ground floor office. I live locally. with my wife and two sons, and enjoy working for an organisation that helps to develop the local community.
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I’m Emma, the Finance Officer, and I manage the finances of Moseley Community Development Trust. I also provide book-keeping services for various other small local charities and companies. I live in Cotteridge with my son and cat and enjoy my running commute home!
Hi, I help with marketing the Moseley Exchange and the businesses within it, I also assist with the daily management of the Moseley Exchange, including the offices, venue hire and the coworking space. You might see me bleeding the radiators or fixing things by turning them off and then back on again (Some of the essential skills I have learnt since working here) . As we are also a community centre, I am always around to listen, for anyone who comes in and just wants a chat or needs help with something within the community. I live in Moseley and when I am not at work, I like to enjoy the many delights that Moseley has to offer.
Although you might not be in early enough to see her, Leleith keeps everything clean and tidy throughout the building.
I am Maria, the Evening Assistant. Like all of us, I do a bit of everything here, but my favourite part is tweeting. I also run “Exchange Time”, the time bank of Moseley and I am passionate about it. I live around the corner with my cat and four housemates. I love Art and my favourite hobby is circuit bending and watching old films.
I am Oz and I job-share the Moseley & Kings Heath Neighbourhood Warden post with Helen. The role is mainly about community engagement and building capacity in the Ward to solve local problems at a time of increasing cuts to Council services. I usually work the second half of the week. I live in Kings Heath with my family, I love working to improve the local environment and helping to make links in the community, especially when it involves being on my bike. The other half of the week I work as a domestic carpenter.