Available Position: Media Specialist Intern
(with possibility of leading to compensated, full-time position)
i-ACT’s Media Specialist assists the team in related web-based and graphic support. They develop and maintain websites, create media and graphics for projects and campaigns, and help generate creative ideas for all things that relate to our work. This is a volunteer position with the possibility of future compensation. We are looking for someone to give 5-10 hours per week with some of this being at i-ACT’s office in Hermosa Beach, CA.
Work with our team to develop and implement multi-media elements for campaigns and projects
Develop, maintain, and improve websites for i-ACT and relevant projects
Attend weekly team and project meetings
Provide input into the direction of the campaigns, projects, and the organization
B.A. (or currently pursuing) in any relevant field including graphic design, web, media, public relations
Knowledge of website development using WordPress
Created innovative graphics and multi-media elements for projects/campaigns
Must be able to work individually and as a team to complete tasks on time
Clear and effective communication skills
Ability to work closely with diverse individuals and organizations
Strong problem solving skills, flexibility, and creativity
Commitment to using multi-media to support human rights
Willingness to learn new things that move i-ACT and our projects forward
Experience with website metrics, SEO, and google ads
Experience with international affairs, genocide, mass atrocities, human rights education
Has traveled or has the desire to travel internationally
To apply, please send a cover letter addressing why you are interested, a resumé, and a multi-media (video, website, logos and other graphics, social media campaign) sample to Katie-Jay Scott email@example.com with ‘Media Specialist’ in the subject line. You can download the pdf of this announcement here.
i-ACT empowers individuals within communities, institutions, and governments to take personal responsibility to act on behalf of those affected by genocide, mass atrocities, and crimes against humanity. We succeed by implementing on-the-ground sports, education, and technology projects and leading advocacy efforts here in the U.S. i-ACT is a global team dedicated to putting a face on the numbers of dead, dying, and displaced while creating mutually enriching relationships between those in danger and those willing and able to act, fostering a new culture of participation.