OpenAir Collective Seeks New Members For Recently Formed Committees

OpenAir Collective Seeks New Members For Recently Formed Committees - Carbon Herald

OpenAir Collective – the growing community of volunteers who collaborate on shared projects pushing carbon removal forward, has issued a call for committee members to join the vastly expanding network of industry peers. The collective is seeking to recruit members for newly formed committees. 

The candidates are ideally from diverse backgrounds and located globally with the aim of contributing expertise to address the areas of:

  • Communications – OpenAir Collective is looking for experienced people in journalism, marketing, public relations, or corporate communications to help the community share critical information about carbon removal, debunk bad information and showcase the work already being done. The experts will be developing and implementing ways of reaching out as well as streamlining internal communication.
  • Community support – People with experience in volunteer management, education, customer service, consultancy or just love engaging with people are welcomed to join the community support committee. They will be tasked to develop and implement onboarding procedures to help new members find their place and passion within OpenAir Collective and take care of old and new members.
  • Platforms & Technology – Professionals who have experience in software development, coding, digital moderating, or web design are being looked out for to work with the community to improve current platforms and add new capabilities supporting the growing community.

Relevant: The 2024 OpenAir Carbon Removal Challenge Is Accepting Applications!

People who are interested in learning more or are considering joining a committee, can fill out a short form. Committee chairs will be in touch with further information.

Relevant: OpenAir Collective To Host A Webinar On The State Of European Carbon Removal Framework

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