JOB DESCRIPTION OUTREACH COORDINATOR
The Outreach Coordinator for the American Anti-Vivisection
Society (AAVS) is responsible for working in partnership with the Outreach
Director in educating the public about the goals of AAVS. AAVS is a
nonprofit organization whose mission is to work to end the use of animals
in testing, education, and research and oppose all other forms of cruelty
to animals. The Outreach department accomplishes this goal through
advertising, verbal and written communication with grassroots groups, and
production of literature.
<> Work as a team with the Outreach Director and Senior Policy Analyst on
various activities including writing and research for all AAVS
publications, updating the website, and creating and maintaining research
<> Work with Outreach Director to develop and maintain media contacts,
<> Respond to correspondence and determine resource needs of grassroots
groups regarding AAVS programs, including presentations to groups.
<> Knowledge of and commitment to anti-vivisection; familiarity with other
animal protection issues.
* Bachelor's degree with preferred area of study in communications/public
* Demonstrated ability in public speaking, written, and oral
<> Knowledge of media and knowledge of communications industry.
<> Knowledge of marketing and advertising plans.
<> Experience with computer operations including basic HTML, website
design, and flash animation. Proficient in Microsoft Office.
<> Investigative library and internet research skills.
<> Mature, independent, resourceful, and energetic.
Please forward cover letter, resume, and writing samples
American Anti-Vivisection Society
801 Old York Road, #204
Jenkintown, PA 19046-1685
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