[Sust-mar] National Water Centre Communications Intern, summer job, Saint John, NB
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SUMMER JOB POSTING
Position: National Water Centre Communications Intern
Organization: The National Water Centre
Location: Saint John, New Brunswick
NATIONAL WATER CENTRE COMMUNICATIONS INTERN 2015
The National Water Centre is a water-oriented private arts and education facility in Canada's oldest city. Inspired by the work of Waterkeepers and other grassroots water stewards, the centre promotes swimmable, drinkable, fishable water through community-building, information sharing, research, and leadership development.
The National Water Centre's location on the Kennebecasis River with access to the water, walking trails, and proximity to the Bay of Fundy means that guests visiting from other parts of Canada will have an opportunity to enjoy freshwater and marine environments.
NWC Communications Intern Position:
As a Communications Intern, you will help to maintain the National Water Centres website and social media presence. You will provide information about the activities of the Centre, and help share stories about the groups and individuals that are working across the country to create a more swimmable, drinkable, fishable future. You will also help build local connections with people, groups, and businesses who use are connected to the mission of the National Water Centre. You will be encouraged to attend events throughout the summer to make connections within the local community with groups and individuals interested in being part of our national movement.
You will also get the opportunity to help hold a Summit at the National Water Centre that will bring together leaders from across the country to explore their personal connection to water. This summit is part of the Watermark Project - Waterkeepers newest initiative that seeks to collect and document Canadians water stories in a digital archive.
Description of Responsibilities
Help create content for the NWC website and social media accounts
Find and share relevant stories, articles, images from the NWC account
Increase the NWCs social media following and website traffic
Help to execute and document a Summit at the National Water Centre
Mandatory Experience/ Qualifications
Strong writing and communications skills
Experience with website management, including posting blog posts and basic image editing
Experience using Twitter, building an audience, and basic understanding of social media analytics
Interest in marketing and public engagement
Knowledgeable or willing to learn about environmental and water issues
Must be a full-time student returning to school in the fall
Must be between the ages of 15 and 30
Each application must include 1 copy of the following documents:
A letter that describes why you would make a great Communications Intern (Note: This is our favourite part of the application - we look for style, personality, spelling, grammar, and your perspective on the job description.)
Names and contact information for two references.
Please submit your application as soon as possible to:
miriam at waterkeeper.ca
Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Work Term: June 22 - August 21, 2015 (9 weeks)
Compensation: $15/hr, 35 hours/week
Our funding requires that you are returning to school in September 2015 and are under the age of 30.
The National Water Centre and Waterkeeper are committed to having a skilled, diversified workforce, and to the equitable representation of women, aboriginal peoples, and members of a visible minority group.
About the National Water Centre
The only way Canadians can enjoy clean water in the future is if citizens, artists, scientists, educators, and leaders have an opportunity to come together and explore their potential as a community. This centre can help make that happen, says Mark Mattson, co-founder of the Centre.
The purpose of the centre is to find creative solutions to water issues and to promote a culture that celebrates Canadas waterways. The guiding principles of the centre are:
Emphasize swimmable, drinkable, fishable water, the hallmarks of clean water.
Encourage academic and artistic exploration, in recognition of our need for innovation and creativity.
Facilitate partnerships, because no institution or sector can safeguard the countrys waterways alone.
Nurture appreciation for justice and fairness, the heart of effective environmental law and policy.
Foster leaders, because they will ultimately determine our clean water future.
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