Call for volunteers for IAVCEI Communication Team

Following the activation of its new website, the IAVCEI is now looking
for 4 enthusiast volunteers to join the official Communication Team of
the Association who will be in charge of routinely implementing
website and the social media under the coordination of Dr. Eugenio Nicotra (Università della
Calabria, Italy).

Requested skills are:

– To be a senior or junior scientist involved in studying volcanoes
– Great familiarity with all the major social media (Facebook, Twitter,
Instagram, etc.);
– Good skills in using graphic softwares (Photoshop, Illustrator, and
– Familiarity with WordPress/Joomla CMS (not mandatory);
– Fluent capabilities in speaking/writing English, French, and Spanish
(in a first step);
– Time availability to collaborate in publishing 1-2 scientific posts
every week, plus daily content sharing;
– High motivation for contributing to scientific dissemination
throughout IAVCEI media channels.

Candidatures must be sent at:
Any additional information can be obtained from E. Nicotra

Patrick Allard – IAVCEI President
Roberto Sulpizio – IAVCEI Secretary General

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