Antioch Bird Club assistant – M. Akresh
Start Date: May 2, 2020
End Date: August 21, 2020
Number of Positions: 1
Hours per Week: 10 (flexible)
Weekends Required: Some
Evenings Required: Some
Supervisor: Mike Akresh
This position allows for remote work Yes/No: Yes
Percentage of time that could be remote (0-100%): 100%
Method to assess remote work: Bi-weekly virtual check-ins, monthly team meetings, and number of events scheduled and emails sent.
The Antioch Bird Club (ABC) Assistant will assist in the planning and implementation of all ABC-related elements. This includes, but is not limited to, trip planning and event organization (on campus, locally, and regionally), the acquisition of bird seed and maintenance of all ABC bird feeders, the creation and maintenance of all ABC education materials on campus and online, the maintenance of ABC student resources on campus and online, and the creation and maintenance of all club-related social media content (Facebook and Instagram). The Antioch Bird Club Assistant will also work closely with the acting ABC co-advisors and ABC’s two staff/faculty sponsors (Mike Akresh and Abby Jones).
This position offers the potential for working many hours remotely. Scheduling is flexible, and training will be provided.
Must be a self-motivated, independent worker with a strong ability to work with a team of peers and supervisors towards a shared vision. Excellent writing and editing skills are highly preferred, along with a strong desire to work on social media platforms. Ornithological experience is not required, but a positive attitude and desire to work towards common bird identification is strongly encouraged. The successful candidate will be enthusiastic about maintaining the standards and infrastructure of the club with a desire to contribute personal strengths and passions.
How to Apply:
Send a short cover letter describing your interest in this position and a copy of your CV to Mike Akresh and Steven Lamonde.
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