Community Engagement Coordination Internship

Position: Community Engagement Coordination Internship
Department: ClimateWatch
Reporting to: ClimateWatch Program Manager
Hours: Minimum 80 hours
Timeline: July-Oct, 1-2 days per week

Hours are flexible, however interns must be available during working hours for communication with team/line manager

Virtual OnBoarding will take place on Thursday 6 July 11:00am-12:30pm

ClimateWatch is a nation-wide citizen science program monitoring the response of plants and animals to climate change. We’re seeking a Community Engagement Coordinator to help train and support the community of ClimateWatch Trail managers and volunteers.


  • Organising and helping to facilitate events and training webinars for citizen scientists
  • Working to support citizen scientists through the ClimateWatch App
  • Developing processes to support our engagement with ClimateWatch Trail managers and volunteers
  • Contacting Trail Managers to review contact details

Skills required:

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • An ability to build rapport with people quickly
  • Passion for the environment and interest in Australian plants and animals
  • Good organisation skills
  • Attention to detail, with a commitment to keeping records up to date
  • Research skills
  • Familiarity with technology and the ability to quickly learn new programs
  • Ability to work as part of a team, as well as autonomously

Interviews will take place 27-29th June. Successful candidates must be available for (virtual) OnBoarding on Thursday 6th July from 11:00am-12:30pm 

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