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The Office of Sustainability is looking for a Communications Intern

*UPDATE: This position has been filled*

Come work with us! The Tufts Office of Sustainability is currently seeking a new communications intern, to begin in spring 2014. Tufts students eligible to apply. Find the job posting and apply through the Tufts job portal, JobX.

Communications Intern
Job ID 3785
Job Type On-Campus Jobs
Employer Office of Sustainbility
Job Category Editorial
Job Description The role of the Communications Intern is primarily to assist the Office of Sustainability Marketing team in implementing its marketing and outreach initiatives. Among the responsibilities of the intern are: – Produce content for the various communications channels (online and traditional) – Update the website, blog, Facebook, newsletter and Twitter feed – Assist in organizing events – Create and update materials such as brochures, newsletters, posters, flyers, signs, etc. – Design layouts for both print and online communications – Take and edit photographs as needed
Job Requirements Students with Work Study preferred. The Communications Intern should ideally possess the following characteristics: – Excellent organization and communication skills with the ability to work independently and/or within a team – Basic writing, editing and interviewing skills – Graphic design proficiency in Adobe Design Creative Suite, especially Adobe InDesign and Illustrator – Creativity and an eye for good design – Familiarity with online tools such as Mailchimp, WordPress, Facebook, Twitter and Thinwire (content management tool for websites) preferred, but not required – Basic HTML & CSS skills proficiency preferred, but not required Candidates who provide a portfolio of work/design samples will be given priority.
Available Openings 1
Hours 8.0 to 10.0 hours per week
Compensation $10.00/hour
Funding Source(s) On-Campus Non-Work-Study, On-Campus Work-Study
Time Frame Academic Year
Start Date Spring 2014
End Date

 

Eco Rep-Tufts Office of Sustainability (Medford, MA)

Apply now to be an Eco Rep for the Spring 2013 Semester!

The Tufts Eco-Representatives (Eco-Reps) are a group of residential students who help to raise awareness about ecological issues, encourage environmentally responsible behavior in their hall-mates and peers, and plan related events and activities. They also organize group activities, collaborative projects, and represent the Eco-Reps Program at various campus events. Eco-Reps attend a training retreat at the beginning of the semester as well as weekly meetings. For more information about the program, visit our website.

The application process is rolling, so apply today! Contact tuftsecoreps@gmail.com with questions.

Student Projects Database Intern – Office of Sustainability (Medford, MA)

This position has been filled.

The Office of Sustainability (OOS) seeks an intern to create a database of student class projects related to environmental sustainability. The intern will be responsible for transforming this information into a searchable database for the OOS website. The intern will also be tasked with organizing a symposium for current sustainability research projects, to be held at the end of the semester or the academic year. This is a great opportunity for a student with experience in computer science to be involved with sustainability efforts at Tufts!

Requirements: Applicants must be highly capable in database design, as well as organized, detail-oriented, and self-motivated. Written and event organization skills are also imperative. Previous experience with sustainability projects on Tufts campus preferred. This position is open to Tufts students who are studying at the undergraduate or graduate levels. Work-study or non-work-study students are welcome to apply. 5 hours per week anticipated. Applicants should send a resume and cover letter to tina.woolston@tufts.edu.

Position to be filled as soon as possible. Applicants should apply early.

Campus Sustainability Council Administrative Intern – Office of Sustainability (Medford, MA)

This position has been filled.

Last year, President Monaco formed a President’s Campus Sustainability Council to assess the goals and aspirations for next level of campus sustainability at Tufts. The council is made up of a small group of faculty, staff and students. In addition, there are three working groups consisting of experts in the field: one each for water, waste and energy.

The intern will work with  the Sustainability Council and working groups to set up meetings and reserve rooms, send out meeting reminders and follow-ups, take and write up meeting minutes, maintain a Trunk site and webpage, and conduct research.The Intern may also work with the Eco-Ambassadors, a staff program designed to promote sustainability in the department and administrative offices at Tufts. This is a great opportunity to see the inner workings of sustainability action!

Requirements: Applicants must be reliable, courteous, responsive and very professional. Organizational skills, excellent note-taking and event organizational skills are imperative. This position is only open to Tufts students who are studying at the graduate level. Work-study or non-work-study students are welcome. 15 hours per week anticipated. Applicants should send a resume and cover letter to tina.woolston@tufts.edu.

Position to be filled as soon as possible. Applicants should apply early.

Administrative Intern, Tufts Office of Sustainability

President Monaco recently announced the formation of a President’s Sustainability Council to assess the goals and aspirations for next level of campus sustainability at Tufts. The council will be made up of a small group of faculty, staff and students. In addition, there will be three working groups, consisting of experts in the field, one each for water, waste and energy.  The intern will work with Eco-Ambassadors and the Sustainability Council to set up meetings and reserve rooms, send out meeting reminders and follow-ups, take and write-up meeting minutes, organize tours and carpools, and conduct research. He or she needs to be reliable, courteous, responsive and very professional. Organization and good note-taking skills and event organizational skills are imperative. This is a great opportunity to see the inner workings of sustainability action! Two positions available, work-study or non-work-study students are welcome. 10-15 hours per week anticipated. Please send a resume and cover letter to tina.woolston@tufts.edu if you are interested in either opportunity.