Content Reviewer

Plover Rovers

Online

Volunteer • Part Time

www.plover-rovers.com plover.rovers@gmail.com 00447594993461 Scott Gudrich

Sectors: marine conservation, environmental education

Closing date: Monday, 31st August 2020  


We aim to bring together the professional marine community and communities along the English Coast. We want to do this by having a host of marine scientists and professionals walk stretches of the English Coastal Path and give talks in the villages, towns and cities they pass through. The idea is that by the end of 2021 the entirety of the ECP will have been walked by the marine community, with talks delivered in more than 180 locations. This will be achieved by assigning interested individuals to the stretches they want to walk and mapping our endeavours on an interactive map. Apart from giving talks, participants can also blog about their walks, sharing pictures and impressions and thus introducing the English Coast, its beauty and the challenges it faces, to a wider digital public.

Content Reviewer (Design) // Number of available positions: 1

Role: You will review all approved content and improve its visual quality if necessary. This could for example include enhancing photographs, editing videos and "cleaning up" sound.

Requirements: You are creative and have a good eye for design and ideally some background in arts and/or digital design. We may be able to secure some funding to purchase software packages, but preferably you have access to the necessary software to enhance photos, presentations, videos.

Content Reviewer (General) // Number of available positions: 2-3

Role: This role is key to guarantee the high scientific quality of the Talking the Coast content. You will review the content provided by the walker-talkers and other partners. You will check for copyright issues and make sure the content is appropriate and not offensive and you will flag sensitive content. You will verify the sources provided (if they had not been previously verified by the review panel) and ensure their scientific validity.

Requirements: You have a scientific background in marine science (minimum final year BSc) and show great attention to detail. You enjoy getting your head around different topics and are confident around checking scientific validity of sources. 

Please apply through our webpage.


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