(Still) Seeking a Video Editor for the IH Blog!

This position is still open, so I thought I would bump it to the top of the blog. If you are interested in getting involved with our blog, or know someone who is, please contact me at jmkeralis [at] gmail [dot] com.

Attention IH Section members and blog readers! The Communications Committee is seeking a volunteer to serve as a Video Editor for the IH Blog. We are not looking for someone to make and/or edit videos, but simply to find relevant and interesting videos available on the internet and post them here to the IH Blog.

While this is a volunteer position, the time commitment is minimal – we are looking for someone who can find relevant videos and write a short description and provide commentary for them. You can do this in any format you’d like: either post the videos as you find them, or compile a weekly digest for the blog. The work can be done from anywhere in the world with a reliable internet connection.

There are several great reasons to get involved with IH section communications:

YOU WILL BE VISIBLE. The IH Blog gets around 800 hits per month, with traffic from all over the world; our Facebook page has over 100 fans and is always growing. Actively contributing to the blog for the IH section, which has over 1,500 members and is a loud voice for international health in a professional society with over 50,000 professionals, is a great way to put your name out there.

YOU WILL NETWORK. You always hear about the importance of networking in building a career. Ever feel awkward about striking up conversations because you need something? A better – way to network is by offering your services – you will be much appreciated and remembered for a whole lot longer.

YOU WILL LEARN. Not only will you contribute to the field and get noticed for your contributions, you will learn so much by being exposed to the disussion: news, politics, analysis, industry trends and problems.

If you are interested in this position, please contact Jessica Keralis, the IH Communications Committee Chair, at jmkeralis [at] gmail [dot] com for details.

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