Remote • Full-Time • Bachelor's Degree Required
This is a senior project management and content-creation role with heavy emphasis on client-facing discovery, ideation, storytelling, iterating/revising, publishing and monitoring of key performance metrics to engage a broad audience of farmers and ranchers in climate-smart ag resources for maximum social impact.
Must-have characteristics of this role include:
a deep knowledge of both production agriculture and conservation agriculture/sustainability/regenerative ag, across all segments of the industry. A working knowledge of issues including climate change and carbon/ecosystem services markets is a major plus.
outstanding interviewing, researching, writing, editing, design and interactive digital storytelling skills – a Swiss Army knife of creative talent with an eye for compelling content with clear benefits to the audience, crisp calls to action and leading audiences down a path and helping them solve problems. Background in data-driven journalism, digital UX or related fields is a major plus.
superior leadership and project management skills to strategically evaluate complex, parallel workstreams to develop actionable workplans, secure buy-in from stakeholders, create compelling programming and resources, and deliver outstanding final products on time and on budget.
a passion for working directly with decision-makers to develop programming in an iterative way amid very tight deadlines, often involving multiple levels of revision and feedback.
a proven track record of creating innovative, helpful and highly engaging resources and programming for targeted, industry-specific business audiences.
Now entering its third year, ACAM brings farmers, ranchers and the regenerative agriculture community together around the future of farming, by bringing profitable, planet-friendly farming practices into the mainstream. The program connects the dots, giving farmers a platform to share their journey, meet other farmers on the same path, and access the resources they need to undertake change. The Movement is organized by Trust In Food, a Farm Journal initiative, in partnership with the Farm Journal Foundation. Financial and technical support is provided by USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service and a growing collaboration of leading agribusinesses, food companies and nonprofit organizations including American Farmland Trust, Association of Equipment Manufacturers, Certis Biologicals, Corteva, Ducks Unlimited, Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy, National Association of Conservation Districts, National Corn Growers Association, National Pork Board, Nutrien and Nutrien Ag Solutions, Sanderson Farms, SIMPAS, The Nature Conservancy, United Sorghum Checkoff Program and Valent USA.