Careers in the Plant Sciences

Consortium Outreach Coordinator

Atlanta Botanical Gardens - Atlanta, GA, USA

Position Title: Consortium Outreach Coordinator
Position Type: Permanent Position
Application Review Begins: Friday, October 20, 2023
Application Deadline: Sunday, December 31, 2023
Institution: Atlanta Botanical Gardens
Department/Division: COnservation and Research
Field (e.g., systematics): Magnolia Conservation
City: Atlanta, GA, USA
General Information: Provide support for the development, implementation and evaluation of training programs of the Global Conservation Consortia (GCC). Funding for this full time position is temporary with an expected duration of 2 years.
Qualifications/Requirements: Bachelor’s degree required plus education and project management experience
Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communications skills, including public speaking, with a sincere desire to train conservation professionals.
Knowledge of plant conservation, botany, arboriculture, population genetics, environmental policy, or ecology beneficial.
High level of proficiency in computer skills (including: MS Office, Google Suite, Adobe Suites, virtual meeting platforms such as Zoom, project tracking software such as are required.
Experience collaborating across teams and institutions and providing high level of stakeholder support is critical
Experience with program evaluation
Experience with coordinating on/offsite meetings is beneficial.
Demonstrated team player attitude, with a record of proactively taking initiative

The above job duties and responsibilities describe the general nature and level of work for employees in this position, but this is not intended as an exclusive or all-inclusive inventory of all duties required of employees in this job.
Responsibilities: Provide support to the Magnolia, Oak and Cycad Consortium Coordinators in developing, implementing and evaluating training programs and communications
Develop training materials and content in collaboration with the Consortia -Coordinators
Assist with consortium training meetings
Assist with developing evaluation methods and carrying out evaluation of training sessions
Contribute to grant reporting
Support general communications of the Conservation Consortia
Organize and maintain files, including documents, photographs, video and audio recordings
Create social media posts and email campaigns
Use WordPress to update web page content and create posts
Implement the evaluation process of the outreach material developed as part of the IMLS GCC grant
Manage the annual assessment survey process by coordinating communications with partner institutions, preparing assessment data for analysis, evaluate data, present findings, and finalizing content for internal and external audiences
Other duties as assigned
Application Instructions (submission methods, etc.): Apply on Garden website
Compensation Range: 45,000
Contact Name: Jean Linsky,