Communications Coordinator for the Costs of War Project’s New Campus Initiative
The Costs of War Project is looking for a Campus Initiative Communications Coordinator who can help create a “Teaching” tab on our website that presents sample syllabi, videos, and other content geared specifically towards undergraduate classrooms. We are looking for a thought partner in developing the ideas behind our new Campus Initiative, as well as an implementer. The Coordinator will gather and present teaching content, working with Watson Institute web technicians to create a webpage or series of webpages that can serve as the infrastructure for content, both now and in the future. Once the web-based infrastructure is created, the Coordinator will also begin to reach out to professors and campuses, via Twitter and through other platforms, to share this resource and solicit commitments to teach on this topic.
The successful applicant will be: An advanced graduate student in the social sciences, with experience teaching and demonstrated commitment to undergraduate pedagogy. Communications and/or web experience desired. Interest in Costs of War issues preferred.
Compensation: $25/hour. This position will start now and last through the summer, with flexible hours and remote work.
Application period: Apply by May 3
Application requirements: Email firstname.lastname@example.org with CV and a brief explanation of your interest in and qualifications for this position.