WALK THE TALK SHOW WITH WAYLON LEWIS EVENTS COORDINATOR
Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis, a leading green online video talk show series based in Boulder, Colorado, is hiring an experienced and/or talented part-time events coordinator. We’re looking for someone who can take the lead on event scheduling, coordination, PR and marketing–anything and everything that goes into a video talk show and live event. We have the venue, some guests and the video crew lined up but we need someone to come on board and take control fast. We’re ready to train. Season began February 9th and is every other Thursday of every month.
>> Experience with event planning.
>> Strong verbal and written communication skills are a must. You will be communicating with big deal guests, sponsors, and media outlets.
>> Incredible organization and time management. We want to be fully prepared and ready every talk show.
>> Professionalism and the ability to boss people around–in a mindful and constructive manner.
>> Must be able to follow-up and follow-through. We need a motivated, self-starting doer that will get stuff done.
>> Must have some interest in aspects of the mindful life–living a good life that also happens to be good for others and our planet.
Take a look at some of our previous talk shows (we’ll quiz you, so you better watch) to get an idea of what we do and what we’re looking for: http://www.elephantjournal.com/talkshow & a few of our faves:http://www.elephantjournal.com/2010/02/farewell-alex-king/
Email talkshow [at] elephantjournal [dot] com with resume, cover letter and we’ll send you info re payment and hours only if we think we’re a fit.
Depending on volume of applications, we may or may not get back to everyone, but we invite you to get involved: Subscribe to our free Best of the Week e-newsletter: http://www.elephantjournal.com/join-the-cause > Follow us on Twitter:http://www.twitter.com/walkthetalkshow > Fan us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/walkthetalkshow
About Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis
Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis, named top 10 nationally in green by MNN, aims to be ‘The Daily Show of mindfulness’ and is dedicated to bringing the good news beyond the choir and to the masses via fun, yet fundamentally serious conversations with inspiring figures, both famous and everyday. Waylon Lewis, founder of elephant magazine, elephantjournal.com and host of Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis, has been named Changemaker and Eco Ambassador Reader’s Choice by Treehugger in Culture & Celebrity 2010, Prominent Buddhist by Shambhala Sun, Eco Entrepreneur of the Year by Naturally Boulder and Green Hero by Planet Green (Discovery).
Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis takes place live in Boulder, Colorado and at festivals and events around the country. In the past, Waylon Lewis has interviewed such luminaries as Michael Pollan, Dr. Deepak Chopra, Alice Walker, Dr. Andrew Weil, Richard Freeman, Rabbi Zalman Shalomi-Schacter, Anne Waldman, John Perkins, Byron Katie, Seane Corn, Bill McKibben, Paul Hawken, Treehugger’s Graham Hill, Chris Sharma, Sharon Salzberg, Natalie Goldberg, Sister Prejean, Brad Feld, John Friend, Top Chef Hosea Rosenberg, Robert Thurman and Amy Goodman and featured music with Flogging Molly, Krishna Das, Paper Bird, The Motet and Nawang Khechog. Off site, our show has appeared at Patagonia, LOHAS, Eco Gift, Natural Products Expo, Yoga Journal Conferences, prAna, Naturally Boulder, Naropa University, Wanderlust Festival, Hanuman Festival, Co-Housing Conference and many other worthy organizations.
Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis videos are hip, fun, accessible, professional and available through elephantjournal.com (voted #1 for #green content on Twitter in US for two years running, and a Top 10 US #green and #spirituality web site), Huffington Post, Care2, Intent.com, Twilight Earth and a dozen other partner sites.
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