Position: Sponsorship Acquisition Coordinator
Organization: Canadian Conservation Photographers Collective
Location: anywhere in Canada
The Canadian Conservation Photography Collective (CCPC) was formed in 2021 with the objective of promoting conservation and science education through the production of strong, thought-provoking visual content.
The collective is composed of freelance photographers from across the country and from a wide variety of occupational training backgrounds including biology, education, journalism, social work and business. We firmly believe that networking as a team and combining our strengths and experience dramatically furthers our ability to shed light on pressing conservation issues and to reach, inform and engage a much wider audience.
This role is a volunteer position that we are looking to fill with a qualified applicant. The work can be completed remotely from anywhere within Canada and requires a commitment of approximately 5-10 hours per week.
The Sponsorship Acquisition Coordinator will contact potential sponsors relevant to the work performed by the Canadian Conservation Photographers Collective to develop sponsorship relationships.
Please complete an application for the Core Team on our website, which can be found at https://www.theccpc.ca/join-us.
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Current status: Open/apply now. Date posted: Nov 8 2021 ID: 61817