Sales for The Sustainable Living Guide’s Online Directory & for Sponsorship Program
The Sustainable Living Guide is an unprecedented international hub featuring online classes with experts from around the world and a comprehensive resource directory, while generating grant funding for community sustainability projects. The directory is a complimentary resource guide for our online learning platform, showcasing products, services, activities, and organizations. 5% of all sales go to grant funding, and the directory is one of many ways we are connecting together local and global community to create positive change in the world. We are seeking dynamic, motivated, outgoing, detail-oriented people for our directory sales team. Applicants should be fluent in multiple aspects of sustainable living and have existing familiarity with their local sustainability community. Ideal candidates have a sales background (preferably in outside B2B sales), professional phone demeanor, CRM and lead generation experience. A nonprofit fundraising background or certain grassroots community organizing roles would also be appropriate prior experience credentials. We are partnering with individuals who are passionate about environmental and social wellbeing. Location independent work with geographic distribution of territories- working as a local sales representative where you live and building community. Independent contractor position, commission-based 20% up to 50% depending on monthly sales. ($65-$150 for every listing sold, no limit). All transactions online. Bilingual or multilingual a plus. https://www1.sustainablelivingguide.org
Local representative may also work with our Sponsor and Partner programs. These programs engage businesses and organizations who want to be more involved with The Sustainable Living Guide. This may include being a financial sponsor, doing cross-promotion, events, fundraising support for non-profits, and or other dynamic collaborations. Payment based on individual role and prior experience.
Email with “Sales” and your location in the subject line. Please include cover letter and resume, references appreciated, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Outreach and Sales: Programs for Sponsors, Partners and Allied Organizations
Our Partner and Sponsor programs work with businesses and organizations who want to be more significantly involved with The Sustainable Living Guide – that may include being a financial sponsor, doing cross-promotion, events or other collaborations. We have great benefits packages to thank our sponsors, as well as being featured on our site, dynamic collaborations, having the option to be a sponsor for specific projects (like an Online Summit, or our Earthkids scholarship program), and complimentary goodies galore. The Allied Organizations program includes supporting value-aligned organization with fundraising and other collaborations. All three of these collaborations are powerful synergistic ways to exponentially grow audience reach and increase the effectiveness of each organization’s work. Payment based on individual role and prior experience.
Email with “Outreach and Sales” and your location in the subject line. Please include cover letter and resume, references appreciated, to email@example.com.
SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING
The Sustainable Living Guide is hiring in social media marketing. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, email lists, online marketing, SEO, lead gen & analytics. Must have strong prior experience with successful campaign management and fluency in sustainable and regenerative living. WordPress expertise ideal.
Email with “Social Media Marketing” n the subject line. Please include cover letter, resume, website/portfolio and references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
INTERNSHIP, WORKTRADE & VOLUNTEERS:
We are currently accepting interns from colleges as well as independent individuals developing their careers. We also appreciate volunteers who want to get involved with our unique work to support ecological and community regenerative wellbeing. Internships are unpaid, although in some instances work-trade or job opportunities may be offered for both interns and volunteers. Worktrade for classes available for individuals accepted into our social media ‘promotion pollinators’ team. Location independent work. In certain locations, including Austin, interns may receive in-person mentorship.
TO APPLY: Please email inquiries through our contact page: https://www1.sustainablelivingguide.org/contact/. Please put “Internship Inquiry” or “Volunteer Inquiry” on the top of your message. If you are inquiring about formal college internships please include your school information, major, and school internship requirements.
Help get the word out on social media. May include the opportunity to assist with social media management (marketing training possibility for people with prior experience) and video production! Volunteer or worktrade. Easy way to be involved with our plantary healing work!
Please email email@example.com.
Directly connect and work with Allied Organizations & Promotion Partners. Programs include shared fundraising, cross-promotion and innovative collaborations: Volunteer or worktrade. May grow into paid positions as we grow. Excellent fit for people who enjoy networking and community building!
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Online Teaching with The Sustainable Living Guide
We are currently accepting applications from seasoned teachers with substantial expertise in their niche. While most of our teachers have been directly invited, we are open to hearing from highly accomplished experts to explore working together. Our scope of regenerative sustainable living includes the spectrum of ecological, community, and personal well-being. Teachers create online classes that are offered through our online education hub. Teachers keep the rights to their classes and materials, propose and confirm the price for their classes, and receive the majority of tuition. Classes can run on an ongoing basis as a residual income. All teachers participate in promotion and should have an active following. 5% of tuition goes to Grant Funding for Community Sustainability Projects around the world. Class proposals are first approved by The Sustainable Living Guide and then classes are loaded onto our user-friendly online learning platform by the teacher. No prior experience with setting up classes online or high tech skills are needed. Classes can range from a one-part presentation to in-depth multi-section certificate courses. Classes may include video, audio, written text, visual images, and/or interactive components such as quizzes or assignments. Classes are exclusive to The Sustainable Living Guide with exceptions considered for strongly-established online programs. Location independent.
ONLINE EDUCATION CONSULTANT:
Online Class Development Consultants for The Sustainable Living Guide
Custom creation and consultation support for the development of online classes by established authors and experts. Project-based work as an independent contractor working collaboratively with Sustainable Living Guide teachers. May include all aspects from curriculum development, content creation, copy edit, through to set up of classes online on our user-friendly platform. Familiarity with sustainable living topics and concepts strongly preferred. Ability to assist with digital graphics, video & audio editing a plus. Location independent.
TO APPLY: Email cover letter, resume/portfolio: