If these words describe you, then you’re already qualified to join our team of international leaders working towards spreading the CoalitionWILD movement. We’re always looking for people to work with us to expand our reach, make new connections, and discover more opportunities while growing their own skill sets in the process. Check out our listings below, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your own idea of how you can get involved!
Apply to join the CoalitionWILD Steering Committee – a core group of international, emerging professionals helping to shape and steer the future of CoalitionWILD. The Steering Committee meets every other month for at least one hour, but may be involved in additional meetings if required by their working group.
Eligibility: Anyone is eligible to serve on the CoalitionWILD Steering Committee if they have an interest in our mission and bring useful expertise and experience
Steering Committee members serve on two-year terms, and are responsible for:
i. Developing and maintaining CoalitionWILD mission, vision, and goals set forth at the start of every calendar year
ii. Offering strategic advice towards accomplishing mission, vision and goals
iii. Working to further key CoalitionWILD projects via working groups
iv. Acting as a CoalitionWILD representative in their country and/or region
v. Recruiting new Steering Committee members
As part of the Steering Committee, each person receives:
i. A biography and photo on the CoalitionWILD website
ii. A voice towards the direction of CoalitionWILD’s mission and goals
iii. A role as a strategic advisory for CoalitionWILD’s vision
iv. First access to all opportunities presented to CoalitionWILD
v. Waived registration to any World Wilderness Congress
vi. Ability to grow your resume in key leadership areas
vii. Access to a growing global network as a member of an international, reputable organisation.
All Steering Committee Members are expected to:
i. Attend 80% of Committee meetings
ii. Join and contribute meaningfully to at least one CoalitionWILD working group.
iii. Respond timely and meaningfully to email requests from CoalitionWILD Director
iv. Know, understand and be able to communicate the mission, vision, values, and activities of CoalitionWILD
v. Represent CoalitionWILD in public forums, at conferences, and on social media when appropriate
vi. Mention CoalitionWILD involvement in any biography, presentation or public forum when appropriate
vii. Keep abreast of CoalitionWILD activities and projects
Dates of Internship: 6 Month Periods, with opportunity to expand
Application Deadline: Rolling
Download the full job description.
The Social Media & Communications Intern is responsible for assisting CoalitionWILD with a wide range of marketing, communications, research, and outreach efforts. Your specific tasks may include, but aren’t limited to:
» Update and maintain social media presence for CoalitionWILD accounts (mainly Facebook, Twitter and Instagram).
» Develop content for promotional materials such as, but not limited to: eLeaf newsletter, website, blog, social media, etc.
» Assist CoalitionWILD Director with website updates.
» Collaborate with Director on new ideas and tools for CoalitionWILD’s marketing and communications.
To apply, submit a PDF file of your cover letter and resume by email to email@example.com with the subject: “Last name,” “First name”: Communications Internship