Volunteers in this role help prepare multimedia content for our online and event audiences. They work from around the world, alone and in a team with other volunteers. They bring their own ideas to the creative process and help us communicate our conservation messages to an international audience.
To be considered for this role, in the “Why would you like to…” section, please provide examples of your work, e.g. a portfolio, website where you are credited, link to your YouTube profile, Facebook page etc.
Tasks and Responsibilities
- Develop Content Ideas
With the help of other volunteers and the society's experts, volunteers develop content ideas for various media.
- Create Graphics, Video Clips or Animations
Volunteers create graphics, video clips or video animations primarily for use on social media, but also for presentations and international events.
Experience in one or more of the following: graphics, video editing, animation.
- Computer and Internet Access
Volunteers must have access to a computer and a fast broadband Internet connection.
- Software Licenses
We can provide some software licenses from donated funds, but existing licenses for creative tools (e.g. Adobe Creative Suite) would be helpful.
- Time Commitment
No fixed time commitment, but if a project is associated with a deadline and a timeline has been discussed agreed on, a volunteer should endeavour to meet those time expectations.
- Training as needed
We provide no formal training; but access to online training tools might be provided, if necessary. We also provide access to resources and experts on issues to help develop content.
- Virtual (This is a virtual role that you can perform from home. No physical presence at any of our locations is required.)