Social Media Manager
Help OnTrackNorthAmerica advance a new whole-systems approach to the way industry, government and communities interact. It’s the only path to a sustainable future that works for everyone.
Our work in the freight transportation sector is a new model for a wider range of commercial and governmental activities... and that’s where you come in. We’re ready to take our work to the next level and we’re looking for a budding social media strategist to widen our circle of influence.
Your quantifiable success and reliable work habits could lead to a paid position.
Any area of the digital tools skillset (video, photography, graphic design, writing/editing) will be strongly favored.
Candidates who have 1) familiarized themselves with the content on ontracknorthamerica.org, 2) familiarized themselves with our organization's present minimal social media presence, and 3)along with an email of inquiry and a resume) have drafted a set of cogent inquiry questions that would serve as the first step toward developing an organizational social media strategy... will receive a prioritized response.
1700 Sansom Street, Suite 500, Philadelphia, PA 19103, US
OnTrackNorthAmerica is committed to transforming the North American commercial, regulatory, and economic dynamics that have caused the under-utilization of railroads and an increasingly warming and congested planet. The healthy growth and regeneration of our freight and passenger rail infrastructure offers a crucial opportunity to dramatically lower our carbon foot print and create a sustainable transportation system. We seek volunteers committed to making a real difference in the environment and the quality of life for our continent.
OnTrackNorthAmerica is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit action think tank for expanding the capacity and footprint of rail transportation within an optimal system in service to the economy, environment, and quality of life.
OTNA's initiatives for whole-systems infrastructure planning are designed to: advance coordination and collaboration among industry, government, and community; lead the implementation of freight transportation land use strategies; reverse the decline of direct rail service and expand investment in rail transportation; and support the optimization of all transport modes within a balanced freight logistics system