Conservation Psychology Institute Coordinator – K. Cranston
Start Date: 8-21-2020
End Date: 5-7-2021
Number of Positions: 1
Hours per Week: The overall average 5-15 (Dependent Upon Work-Study Award)
Weekends Required: For the most part, student can choose their own hours.
Evenings Required: For the most part, student can choose their own hours.
Supervisor: Kayla A. Cranston, Ph.D.
This position allows for remote work Yes/No: Yes
Percentage of time that could be remote (0-100%): 100
Method to assess remote work: Weekly virtual meetings, writing and outreach documentation, quality of programming and deliverables determined in consultation with supervisor(s).
Person in this position provides support for projects related to conservation psychology, research and evaluation. Key tasks include: (a) provide outreach and logistical support for conservation psychology webinars and/or environmental education (EE) related programming on an as needed basis; (b) coordinating a database to track prospective coaching participants, advertising and building awareness, fielding questions through the email, organizing pre-CPCS materials for participants, organizing coaching session calls with participants, summarizing feedback from evaluations, and exploring options with future CPCS participants. (c) assist with the creation of a new CP website. This includes consolidating and creating links to content from other web platforms for CP (e.g., the CP Tools website, old CPI website, etc.). (d) provide other assistance as needed (e.g., literature reviews, ee360 support, grant writing, organizing CP research and conferences, corresponding with students and coaching participants interested in CP) Such tasks will be identified and prioritized on an annual basis. Compliance with all Covid19 socially distancing, health and safety precautions required.
- Strong project management, organizational and time management skills.
- Strong verbal and written communication skills.
- Likes to and works well with a variety of people.
- Self-directed and motivated to move projects forward.
- Willing to learn new skills
- Creativity, adaptability and collaborative spirit
- Interest in conservation psychology, environmental education, environmental communications and/or evaluation experience preferred though not required.
- Possibly interested in continuing beyond the position end date.
How to Apply: For more details, send email of interest with resume to Kayla Cranston and Libby McCann and Meaghan Guckian
To apply for this job email your details to email@example.com