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PART-TIME JOB OPPORTUNITY: DEADLINE TO APPLY JANUARY 22, 2021!

Communications, Outreach & Events Coordinator– The OATHE Project



Who We Are:
The OATHE Project is a brand-new environmental non-profit, that encourages people to engage in small-scale acts of change that may individually seem insignificant but can collectively make massive impact.

OATHE itself is an acronym that stands for “One Act at a Time to Help the Earth.” And our project aims to leverage the power of technology and social media to spread the message that the environmental challenges of our time require all of us to do our parts. What does this mean? In addition to major structural shifts that must happen at an institutional level, individual mindsets/ behaviors also need to change. Hence, our campaigns have two goals: First, to educate the public about certain environmental issues. And second, to have them #TaketheOATHE and commit to singular action steps on a regular basis, that may seem small, but can collectively make global impact.

For this year, our environmental issue of focus has been ocean pollution. And our OATHE is to pick up one piece of litter each day and commit to reducing plastic waste. So far, we’ve had hundreds share in the pledge, and at least a dozen clean-ups have been organized since June. The goal? Get 2,021 pledgees for the #TrashBeGone campaign this year, which would mean a collective diversion of 42 tons of garbage and 7.5 million pieces of plastic waste.

Learn more about us by visiting our social media, or our website at www.oneactatatime.org!


Who We Are Looking For: A social media whiz who’s as passionate about environmental change as we are! Our ideal candidate will be very good with technology, creative in how they design their content, data-driven in their approach and open about sharing ideas to improve our young non-profit. They will also help with our community outreach beyond social media, from organizing virtual events like a hackathon being planned for February 2021, to planning educational workshops, to recruiting volunteers, to finding partners for future projects, and more.

Eligibility:
• Applicant must be a full-time or part-time student at a Canadian post-secondary educational institution.
• They must also be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or a refugee under whom refugee protection has been conferred, under Canada’s Immigration and Refugee Protection Act.
• They must be legally entitled to work in Canada according to the relevant provincial legislation.
• And they must be willing to comply with all other relevant eligibility checks and paperwork required of our funding partners at the Student Work Placement Program (SWPP).

Rate of Pay:
$16 per hour, for 15 hours a week, running 12 weeks starting February 1st, 2020

Work Location:
The OATHE Project is a global initiative, but is formally incorporated in Halifax NS, Canada. That said, all work for Winter 2021 (including events) will be done remotely and at home, due to the circumstances surrounding COVID-19. This means that applicants from across Canada are encouraged to apply.

Final Application Instructions: Please e-mail us your resume, a copy of your unofficial transcript and a cover letter, at [email protected]. Applications will be received until a suitable candidate will be found (meaning you are encouraged to apply as soon as you can) and no later than January 22nd, 2021. And here’s a tip… Speak from the heart, be specific as to why this job posting piqued your interest and give some insight into who you are beyond a traditional list of accomplishments, especially as it relates to your environmental interests or initiatives. And if you do have questions, please do not hesitate to reach out at the e-mail above. Best of luck!

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