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National Audubon Society
Ohio Outreach Coordinator
Audubon’s mission is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife and their habitats for the benefit
of humanity and our planet’s biological diversity. For more than a century, Audubon has built a legacy of conservation success by
mobilizing the strength of its network of members, chapters, Audubon Centers, state offices and dedicated professional staff who
connect people with nature and empower them to protect it. A potent combination of science, education and policy expertise
merge in efforts ranging from protection and restoration of local habitats to the implementation of policies that safeguard birds,
other wildlife and the resources that sustain us all.
Audubon’s peer-reviewed research concludes that climate change is the most immediate and significant threat to the future
existence of birds in North America. In September 2014, Audubon released a nationwide study with the clear message that half of
North America’s birds are at serious risk from climate change. The study incorporates more than a century of science to predict how
birds’ ranges will shift, shrink, or expand in the coming decades due to the changing climate.
Audubon is looking for an energetic self-starter with a passion for engaging people to serve as an Outreach Coordinator Consultant
for Audubon’s Climate Initiative. This person will work to engage Audubon’s network and allies in Ohio to advocate for the birds
that they love in order to create durable public support for bird-friendly climate solutions.

The Ohio Outreach Coordinator will:







Develop and implement (with the Senior Program Manager) a network outreach plan in targeted areas in Ohio. This will
include organizing town halls, volunteer trainings and tabling at bird/wildlife related events.
Develop content for marketing materials for programs, volunteer training and event outreach.
Create content and systems for regular communications and updates with members and volunteers including (but not
limited to) : e-news articles, blog entries, social media, action alerts and website material
Maintain and update records regularly and report on metrics as requested
Act as a voice of Audubon and the Climate Initiative in Ohio with members, partners and the public
Work with education, policy and conservation staff to effectively engage all aspects of the Audubon network in Ohio.

Qualifications and Experience:












Bachelor’s degree in political science, communications, nature education or related field
At least two years’ experience in community outreach
Proven ability to train and recruit volunteers and educate a diverse audience
Knowledge of flora and fauna (especially birds) of the state is desired
Excellent interpersonal, written and communication skills
Ability to utilize social media and technology to target new and diverse audiences
Willingness to work flexible hours including weekends and evenings as job demands
Must possess a valid driver’s license and be willing to travel
Must be able to engage with constituents ranging from grassroots volunteers to high level public officials
Excellent writing skills
Experience working with the media a plus

To Apply please send resume, writing sample and three references to:
murso@audubon.org with “Ohio Outreach” in the subject line by June 24th
This is a contract position with the National Audubon Society, and individuals hired will not be considered employees of NAS.
Contractor will not be eligible for any benefits provided by NAS to its employees. Contractor will be responsible for withholding
and payment of all required income and other taxes, and NAS will be responsible for issuing any necessary tax forms in a timely
fashion.


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