Project Assistant for Conservation Psychology

Environmental Studies
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Joy Ackerman
jackerman@antioch.edu
Sue Weller
1/10/2015
5/10/2015
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Assist with the coordination and delivery of the Conservation Psychology Institutes that are scheduled each year, including assisting the Conservation Psychology Director and CP Fellow with marketing, registration, event planning and communications before and after each Institute, and on-site logistical support during Institutes that take place in Keene.

Support the work of the Conservation Psychology Fellow in other CP-related AUNE initiatives, including CPI content module development, CP certificate development, resource development for the CPI social network site, and AUNE CP web content development.
Background in conservation psychology or related field. Experience with event planning, conference coordination, facilitating training institutes or virtual venues for professional training or similar initiatives. Excellent organizational and project management skills, attention to detail and a track record of on-time delivery. Ability to work well with CPI instructors, participants and vendors.