The Birmingham Open Spaces Forum (BOSF) is looking for a community open spaces development officer after receiving funding for the post for two years.
BOSF brings together more than 90 local voluntary groups representing parks and other open spaces. Chairman Emma Woolf said the organisation had increased in size and scope in the past four years.
She said: "It's about time we got someone in to help and the idea is they can concentrate on being really hands-on in supporting Friends groups and getting them started."
The community open spaces development officer will be responsible for developing the network's member groups, supporting new groups and sharing good practice locally, regionally and nationally.
The post is being funded by the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation.