COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT COORDINATOR
PEOPLE & POLLINATORS ACTION NETWORK, COLORADO
Role: Support PPAN’s outreach and education program
Location: Colorado’s Front Range, able to work remotely
Hours: 20 hours per week that will include flexibility for evening and weekend events
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in sustainability, communications or related field or commensurate experience; experience in event and volunteer coordination preferable; passion for the natural world and biodiversity essential; bilingual in English/Spanish is a plus
How to apply: submit a resume, cover letter & writing sample in one pdf to: email@example.com
Position to remain open until filled.
GENERAL OVERVIEW OF DUTIES
We seek an energetic and outgoing advocate with strong oral and written communication skills and the ability to work independently to increase the organization’s capacity for outreach and education. This person will help make Colorado a safer place for pollinators!
The coordinator must be committed to PPAN’s mission and will focus on amplifying PPAN’s mission across the state by spearheading and organizing programs/events (both online and in-person) – including PPAN’s annual fundraising event – engaging with volunteers and regional PPAN Chapters, collaborating with nonprofit and business partners, and developing educational and outreach materials. The individual will maximize the use of PPAN’s member database, website, and social media to increase statewide engagement to support outreach and fundraising efforts. In addition, the coordinator will identify opportunities for increasing PPAN’s audience and representation from BIPOC communities that are most likely to be impacted by pesticide exposure.
The coordinator will work closely with the Executive Director and the Development & Communications Director. This position has the potential to grow with the organization.
ABOUT PEOPLE AND POLLINATORS ACTION NETWORK (PPAN)
PPAN is a Colorado-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to working across Colorado to promote sustainable land management practices, safeguard public health and improve our environment by building awareness and advocating for policies and practices that reduce and eliminate the use of pesticides in the interest of protecting the health of both pollinators and people. Our vision is to make Colorado a pollinator haven—a place where bees, birds, and butterflies will thrive.