Earthworks’ Social Media Intern/Fellow will work with Earthworks’ Communications Managers and campaign staff to amplify existing and to create new content, monitor social media conversations and trends, and report out on social media activity to the entire Earthworks staff.
The Social Media Intern/Fellow will work with our field team, who works closely with communities affected by “upstream” oil and gas production; our infrastructure team, which focuses on “downstream” oil and gas infrastructure; and our mining team, which advocates alongside domestic and international partners to reform dirty mining practices and ensure that mineral extraction for clean energy is clean, equitable and just.
The ideal candidate will thrive in a dynamic, fast-paced environment.
Earthworks is committed to advancing and empowering leadership from frontline affected communities and maintaining solid relationships with diverse partners to advance program goals. The Social Media Manager will report to Earthworks’ Director of Strategic Communication.
This is a paid internship/fellowship, with a minimum hourly wage of $15-18/hour, commensurate with experience, and school credit (optional). The internship is 20-25 hours per week, Monday-Friday. The position is 100% remote.
Apply online at https://www.careers-page.com/earthworks-2/job/56V9Y3. Please include a resume/CV and a work sample with your online application. No phone calls please.
Earthworks is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting communities and the environment from the adverse impacts of mineral and energy development while promoting sustainable solutions. We are a dynamic advocacy organization headquartered in Washington, DC, with a mostly remote workforce of 30+ people across 8 states working to reform government policies, improve corporate practices, influence investment decisions, and encourage responsible materials sourcing and consumption. We ensure that communities’ voices and concerns are heard in the corridors of power, from the nation’s capital to state houses and local levels.