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EARTHWATCH - DIRECTOR OF SALES (PARENTAL LEAVE COVER)

September 29, 2022

Location: Work from anywhere in the United States. Option to work fully remote or in business office (Newton, MA). When remote, required to work from a private location over a secure network during times when handling sensitive personal information (public Wi-Fi and location not allowed when handling this type of information).
Hours:
Schedule flexible: to be determined with manager, taking into account public business hours: Mon-Fri, 9 am – 5 pm Eastern Time.
Position Type: 
Temporary: November 2022 – May 2023; Salary, Exempt; posted salary range is based on full-time employment (40 hours/week), or inquire regarding option for 80% time (32 hours/week) with proportional salary adjustment
Department:
Field Research Expeditions
Reporting to:
CEO
Direct Reports:
Expedition Advisors (2); Group Accounts Manager (1)
Salary Grade:
D(a) 4-32; $74,418 - $96,048

Position Summary

Earthwatch is seeking parental leave cover for a period of 6 months starting November 14, 2022 for the Director of Sales position. The Director leads a small team (3) who serve as front line-ambassadors for the Earthwatch brand, steward existing customers, convert new leads, and develop partnerships across a broad spectrum of organizations. The Director is responsible for executing the strategic plan to recruit paying members of the general public to book Earthwatch’s scientific expeditions around the world. This includes working with the CEO and Controller to set sales and profitability targets; leading the sales team; collaborating with the Director of Communications on lead generation, qualification, and conversion; identifying opportunities and working across departments to bring them to market. To achieve success, the Director of Sales will understand what motivates travelers and be able to tap into those needs and desires in an effective way.

For details on Position Responsibilities, Requirements, Benefits & to Apply: Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter via: https://earthwatch.org/about/jobs-internships/sales-director

EARTHWATCH - DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS

September 26, 2022

Location: Work from anywhere in the United States. Option to work remote or in business office (Newton, MA); when remote, required to work from a private location over a secure network when handling personal or other sensitive information (public Wi-Fi and location not allowed when handling this type of information)
Hours: 40 hours per week. Schedule flexible outside core hours: 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Monday–Friday, Eastern Time
Position Type: Full-time, Exempt, Salaried
Department: Communications
Reporting to: CEO
Direct Reports: Creative Director, Multimedia and Grants Manager, and one additional staff member (TBD)
Salary Grade: D(a) 4-32 (starting offer range for external posting: $74,418–$96,048)

Position Summary

Earthwatch is seeking an experienced Director of Communications to lead our efforts to drive brand awareness, engagement, expedition bookings, and donations. The Director is responsible for developing and implementing a marketing and communications strategy to advance Earthwatch’s global mission and expand its reach. You will develop and implement an integrated marketing and communications strategy in partnership with your small but mighty team, as well as produce/manage the production of all communications collateral, including the annual Expedition Guide, website content, video, e-newsletters, blogs and feature stories, and more. To support these efforts, you will use a data-driven approach, manage a team of 3 staff, and manage the communications department budget. You will work closely with communications stakeholders across departments (e.g., Creative, Development, Sales, and Programs) to communicate Earthwatch’s mission and wide impact, while inspiring new audiences to get involved. 

For Position Responsibilities, Requirements, Benefits & to Apply: Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter via: https://earthwatch.org/about/jobs-internships/communications-director

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON SEEKS LECTURER IN LANGUAGE AND INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION

July 6, 2022

UCL Department / Division - Institute of Education, UCL's Faculty of Education and Society

Specific unit / Sub department Department of Culture, Communication and Media (CCM)

Location of position - London

The postholder will contribute to Masters, PhD programmes and other programmes in the Centres and to research knowledge exchange and consultancy activities in the Centres. You will play a significant role in planning and development of the International Centre for Intercultural Studies.

The postholder will contribute to the advancement of scholarship in the fields of Intercultural Communication and Applied Linguistics, through publications and other research activities. You will take a part in academic policy and planning at programme, department, and institutional levels. You will teach specialist modules on the MA Intercultural Communication and MA Applied Linguistics in areas of language and intercultural communication, and language and identity.

Key Requirements

You will have PhD in Intercultural Communication, Applied Linguistics, or closely relevant subject areas, and have a sound knowledge of key concepts, debates and challenges in Intercultural Communication and Applied Linguistics. You will also have experience of teaching at postgraduate levels and have good understanding of the learning needs of a diverse body of students.

Further Details

A job description and person specification can be accessed via https://www.ucl.ac.uk/human-resources/UCL Human Resources 

For further information on this post, please contact Professor Zhu Hua ([email protected])  or  Professor John O’Regan ([email protected])

UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN: OPEN-RANK ACADEMIC POSITION(S) IN SOCIAL, DEVELOPMENTAL AND INTEGRATION PSYCHOLOGY

July 6, 2022

The Department of Psychology, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Copenhagen (Denmark), invites applications for at least one full-time open-rank position (i.e., Assistant Professor/ Associate Professor/ Full Professor) in Social, Developmental, and Integration Psychology.

The position is available from 1 November 2022 or as soon as possible thereafter.

Introduction 

The call includes the following types of positions:

  •  Assistant Professor/Tenure-Track Assistant Professor: The position as Assistant Professor is a fixed-term teaching and research position of four years with the possibility of one or two years’ extension. The position as Tenure-Track Assistant Professor offers the candidate a contract of six years that can result in a tenured associate professorship (contingent on positive evaluation).
  •  Associate Professor/ associate professor on the promotion programme: The position as associate professor is a permanent position with research and teaching obligations. Particularly talented associate professors can enter into a promotion programme that can lead to employment as a professor within a maximum of 8 years after appointment.
  •  Full Professor: The position is a permanent position with research and teaching obligations.

For more information on the position(s) and how to apply, visit:
University of Copenhagen Job Portal