A new and exciting leadership role to organize events and initiatives geared towards making personal, behavioral differences in the community at large!
Key areas of responsibility
Hosts DIG meetings once a week and sets the agenda for them.
Coordinates a team that plans and executes initiatives and events in the frame of micro-scale, individual behavior change (e.g. drinking tap water instead of bottled water; using handkerchiefs instead of paper towels to dry one’s hands; veganism; composting; etc.).
Works with outreach and events coordinators, as well as the co-chairs, to ensure events planning and funding go smoothly.
Keeps documentation of event planning process, to facilitate future initiatives planning.
Communicates with members and execs throughout individual event planning processes to ensure a flow of information and updates.
Full-time or part-time UBC student.
Ability to commit to weekly hour long meetings.
Passionate about environmental issues, especially on scales of individual action and involvement.
Initiative in planning events to help make society greener.
Organization and communication skills are an asset.
Approximately 2-4hrs a week minimum, can be greater depending on your involvement.
If you are interested, send a small summary of your experience and why you’d be a good fit for the position to email@example.com, with “DIG Coordinator Application” in the subject.