EarthEcho International is currently accepting applications for the following:
POSITION: Online Communities Coordinator
STATUS: Exempt, Full time
SUPERVISOR: Associate Director of Youth Engagement and Partnerships
Application deadline is July 5, 2022.
THIS ROLE AT EARTHECHO
EarthEcho International has an immediate opening for an Online Communities Coordinator to curate and moderate EarthEcho’s vibrant online community of youth environmental advocates and the educators who support them. We’re looking for someone who understands online communities and is excited to empower people, conversations, and experiences in collaboration with our members.
EarthEcho International’s Online Communities Coordinator plays an essential role in managing online learning and membership communities, helping them grow into thriving forums that uplift collaboration. This position reports to the Associate Director of Youth Engagement and Partnerships, but also works closely with the VP of Programs while supporting both the youth and educator online communities. The Online Communities Coordinator is responsible for managing the day to day elements of both communities, managing content/campaign creation, driving engagement, delivering an experience that nurtures collaboration, and ensuring the community delivers value to youth mobilizing to take action around ocean issues.
We seek an experienced and passionate community coordinator with strong communication and campaign-building skills who can foster human connections and help direct valuable discourse that benefits those in EarthEcho’s various communities. This work includes the following:
● collaborate with EarthEcho leadership to design recruitment and engagement campaigns to support expansion of the EarthEcho communities both in membership and scope as informed by the interests of community members;
● moderate and engage two distinct online communities consisting of 1) youth ocean activists from across the world and 2) formal and informal educators who support the growing pipeline of youth ocean activists in our schools and communities; and
● strategically implement courses and continuing education to build value in the community while leveraging opportunities to create revenue.