Animal Writes
1 July 2001 Issue
Job Opening

from Tribe of Heart - [email protected] 


Tribe of Heart is a small, highly focused charitable not-for-profit organization based in Ithaca, NY, that produces and distributes educational documentaries to promote an ethic of universal compassion in our society. We are seeking an energetic, resourceful, highly organized self-starter to join our collaborative team as Outreach Coordinator.

Responsibilities include: Supporting the efforts of activists and educators using the Animal People documentaries as a tool for change; developing support materials such as teacher's guides and a web site for teenagers; presenting The Witness to diverse audiences at educational events and

conferences; initiating partnerships with like-minded non-profit organizations, teachers, and schools; helping create and implement broadcast, international distribution, fundraising and publicity initiatives.

Ideal candidate has knowledge and experience with grassroots activism and/or publicity; has a demonstrated commitment to animal advocacy, vegetarianism/veganism, education and peaceful means of social change; is skilled at cultivating relationships with people of all ages and diverse

backgrounds; is able to juggle a complex array of program goals while meeting deadlines; is calm under pressure, comfortable using computers and business machines, is able to quickly adapt to changing circumstances, enjoys both strategic thinking and application of practical skills, and is an excellent listener with a good sense of humor. Bachelors degree and outstanding verbal and written communications skills required, plus at least 3 years professional experience.

This is a job that requires a lot of hard work, diplomacy, commitment, discretion, and most of all, a love of working with people. It offers in return a chance to be part of a creative team involved in exciting projects while making a real contribution to a positive social change movement.

Interested applicants please call (607) 275-0806 between 6 and 9pm EST.

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