Friday, October 30, 2020

Paid Full-Time Employee Engagement Internship with the World Wildlife Fund for Senior or Recent Grad


Position description

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks an Employee Engagement Intern with the Private Sector team. 


 Key Responsibilities

  • Supports PSE’s Employee Engagement platform through research, coordination and administrative tasks that contribute to the successful management of existing corporate partnerships focused on employee engagement.
  • Participates in the development of key content and materials for the employee engagement platform, including basic tools, events, resources and tips to increase sustainability in the workplace.
  • Conducts research to compile inventory of topically relevant content, identifying content requiring adaptation as well as areas where new content should be developed.
  • Adapts and creates new content by synthesizing resources to produce compelling content for a non-technical general audience.
  • Manages calendar for employee engagement content, aligned with WWF’s key initiatives and programs. Coordinates the execution of various sustainability-themed webinars with WWF experts throughout the year.
  • Assists PSE team members in promoting WWF’s employee engagement offerings through development of materials. Executes social media and other promotional communications aligned with employee engagement content calendar.
  • Supports workplace donor outreach strategies, coordinating mailings and managing lists.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.


Skills and Abilities

  • A bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience is required. (a college senior or grad student is acceptable, if available for a full-time schedule)
  • Requires 0-2 years of experience in communications, or a marketing-related field. Experience with conservation and sustainability is a plus.
  • A working knowledge of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook is required.
  • This position is heavily focused on writing and communications.
  • Detailed organizational skills
  • Ability to distill volumes of content into practical toolkits for external partners
  • Ability to write, edit & proofread written materials
  • Ability to prioritize, handle many details, meet deadlines
  • Has demonstrated success in project management
  • Demonstrates a history of initiative and accountability for work
  • Sees the value in working with others and contributing toward larger goals and projects
  • Has a strong desire to learn about WWF initiatives, programs and offerings
  • Ability to develop new ideas, and demonstrates resourcefulness and creativity.
  • Ability to work independently
  • Experience with social media, such as LinkedIn, preferred
  • Experience in desktop publishing, or working knowledge of graphic design is a plus



Apply on the WWF website. For best consideration, apply by November 10,