Holy Moly, we have so much going on - new programs with new content added to our website weekly, a walking tour app with regular new content being crowd-sourced from the public that must be viewed and OK'd, livestreams, remote naturalist projects - all of this drives new website content that must be managed and added to the site.
We are a watershed education nonprofit that is running top speed to get materials into the hands of teachers this fall to use for dynamic, remote content. We are already underway in presenting livestream material for Walking Watersheds and what we REALLY need is a solid web content manager that can help us stay on top of getting new content onto the website (which has just been moved to a new WP template), updating events, adding stats to the project site, uploading new podcast materials, and generally keeping us together with what we're publishing on our site and the walking tour app.
What's that? You're perfect for this project? You'd live to do it? Great, send us a CV that demonstrates your experience. You absolutely must be dependable and detail-oriented (aka - we don't have to spend a lot of time reviewing and correcting your work). There is a wonderful team of interns working on this and we laugh and keep things light and moving. Join us!
Wholly H2O catalyzes dynamic, informed connections between people and their watersheds via community and citizen science, art & green infrastructure education.
What about reimagining watersheds as neighborhoods large and small literally Waterhoods? In order to deal with climate change, we have a great need for people to get reconnected to the ecosystems and their waterhoods so that we have a better understanding of what we ALL need - humans other animals and plants together. Rather than seeing the natural world, of which we are a part, as a series of resources to extract, we’re encouraging you to get to know your waterhood and all your neighbors.
Education & Literacy
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
December 8, 2020
Website Project Management
3-5 hours a week, which will definitely be five at the beginning and then likely 2-3 hours a week at most.