Type: Part-time or Contract
Location: North Webster, IN
The TWF is seeking a communications professional to join our team working to protect and improve water quality in our area lakes and streams.
The Watershed Foundation is a non-profit organization working since 1997 to protect, preserve and improve the water quality of our local lakes and streams.
Together with our supporters, board, staff and partner network we fulfill our mission by identifying and stopping sources of pollution, uniting partners, and empowering the public to be good stewards of our water resources through education and outreach. Please explore our website to learn more about what we do and how we do it.
People often describe you as passionate, talented, driven, innovative, helpful and sincere. You are self-sufficient, detail-oriented and possess the ability to work independently and with a small team. You are an outstanding communicator possessing excellent writing and speaking skills. You are a continuous learner. You are committed to protecting and preserving the environment, especially our water resources.
The communications coordinator reports directly to the Executive Director. This job offers flexible hours but requires occasional evenings and weekends. This position is a minimum of ½ time but could be ¾ or full-time with no benefits. Pay range is $17.50 – $22.50/hour.
You must have the capacity and means to work from home as necessary, including a quiet space for meetings and a stable internet connection. When health and safety conditions allow, you will be expected to work and attend meetings in the TWF office in North Webster on a routine basis.
You might have a degree in marketing, communications, public affairs, journalism, philanthropy or commensurate professional experience. You must be proficient in the written English language. You must be proficient in the use of computer software including e-mail, Microsoft Word, and PowerPoint. Experience in the use of Adobe Creative Suite, MailChimp, WordPress, and video editing software is helpful but not required.
It is the practice of The Watershed Foundation in all aspects of employment, to treat all persons without discrimination based on race, religion, color, political affiliation, disability, national origin, sexual orientation, sex or age.
Please submit your resume, cover letter, and contact information for two professional references to Indeed at
In addition, please upload to Indeed two samples of relevant work products demonstrating how your traits, expertise, experience and skills match the job responsibilities. Examples of relevant writing samples include flyers, websites, news releases and articles written for the general public.
No phone calls, please. Applications will be accepted until February 9; we plan to begin conducting interviews by early-to-mid February.