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Educational Engagement and Impact Producer
Freelance – Project Specific (grant funded opportunity)
NHPBS is seeking an Educational Engagement and Impact Producer to support engagement around a new documentary – Pandemic at Patuxet. The documentary explores a centuries-old pandemic among New England’s Native American population and the impact it’s having on Native populations today.
Broadcast date is November 2021. The contract engagement reporter will coordinate educational outreach materials, create a discussion guide, organize and produce screenings and support development of the website. The Engagement and Impact producer will also develop a metrics plan, track and communicate the project’s reach and effectiveness.
This is a part-time; grant funded contracted position for four to six months.
Essential Functions of the Position Include:
Expected skills and ability for the job include:
Candidates should send a cover letter, resume and links to previous project work to firstname.lastname@example.org ; use Pandemic at Patuxet in the subject line.
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