[MARMAM] IMMA Communications and Outreach Internship - 6 Month Volunteer Post
immacoordinator at gmail.com
Tue Jun 19 07:39:53 PDT 2018
*IMMA Communications and Outreach Internship (6 Month Volunteer Post)*
IUCN Marine Mammal Protected Areas Task Force (MMPATF)
*Type: *Volunteer (Part-Time)
*Contact:* immacoordinator at gmail.com (Michael J. Tetley - IMMA Programme
*Sectors: *Conservation & Wildlife; Marine Conversation
*Closing date*: Midnight June 30th - 2018
*Summary of Position*
The IUCN Joint SSC/WCPA Marine Mammal Protected Areas Task Force (MMPATF or
‘Task Force’) is seeking a Communications and Outreach volunteer for a
6-month Internship with the Important Marine Mammal Area (IMMA) initiative.
IMMAs are a place-based conservation prioritisation scheme identifying
discrete areas, important to marine mammal species, which have the
potential to be delineated for the purposes of conservation and management.
The Task Force requires a remote working desk-based volunteer to join the
IMMA Communications and Outreach team for assisting in the preparation of
informative IMMA factsheets, website and e-Atlas updates, news articles and
social media posts.
Expected tasks will include:
- Creation of Informative Factsheets of IMMAs displayed on the IUCN MMPATF
- Assisting the IMMA Coordinator with the preparation of maps,
presentations, and other knowledge products for promoting the IMMA
initiative global programme of work.
- Moderating IUCN MMPATF social media channels and creation of news content.
For additional information please download the full position summary at
tinyurl.com/y79ypkba and visit the IUCN MMPATF website at
www.marinemammalhabitat.org, or please contact the IMMA Coordinator at
immacoordinator at gmail.com.
Please send your CV and Cover Letter stating your interest in the position
to the IMMA Coordinator by the deadline of Midnight, Saturday 30th of June.
Dr. Michael J. Tetley - IMMA Coordinator
IUCN Joint SSC-WCPA Marine Mammal Protected Areas Task Force (MMPATF)
Email: immacoordinator at gmail.com
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