Helpful Engineering is seeking a PR consultant to join their team!
This is an unpaid volunteer position working with amazing worldwide team members in a dynamic, fast-moving environment. It is also a great opportunity to build your skills and resume.
Helpful Engineering is an international, open-source community incubator focused on mobilizing people to help solve the Covid-19 pandemic and other critical issues. With thousands of volunteers worldwide, we support projects through innovations in engineering, community resources, software, and manufacturing. We have engineers and doctors all around the world who are producing ventilators, protective equipment, websites, and systems to organize volunteers to assist their communities and medical workers.
Check Out Helpful Engineering Here: https://www.helpfulengineering.org/
About the role:
Helpful Engineering seeks PR professionals to reach out to news outlets, pitch stories about our projects, and track news stories about Helpful and our supported projects. If you feel like you can assist Helpful Engineering spread the word about innovative and exciting projects, please apply!
To apply for the PR consultant role, please click here: https://helpful.directory/opportunity?id=PR-%26-Media-Team-57
About Helpful Engineering
Helpful Engineering, London, London 533425, GB
Helpful Engineering is an international, open source community incubator focused on mobilizing people to help solve the Covid-19 pandemic and other critical issues. With thousands of volunteers worldwide, we support projects through innovations in engineering, community resources, software, and manufacturing.
Helpful Engineering is a 3,400 strong volunteer-run nonprofit incubator organization, with engineers, scientists, and doctors around the world dedicated to helping the world address the COVID-19 pandemic. Relying on the resourcefulness and grit of our members, we work to design innovative ways to fight the virus that causes this disease. We have partnered with medical professionals to know what would help them the most in this crisis, rapidly trying to design and arrange the production of pragmatic devices to move life-saving air, extend existing tools, or organize volunteers on the ground to bolster medical workers. The need is critical. Important but complex rules usually make these products unavailable, if unburdened, we can make them available now.