MANAGE COMMUNITY

Status: Open

Take care of our global family

Precious Plastic would be nothing without its global community of people. Our family, as we call it, keeps on growing and expanding pushing plastic recycling to the next level- all of this while having a bit of fun. We need a self driven enthusiast to help us manage Precious Plastic's forums & social stuff. We have large active user base using our forums and hundreds of thousands of aficionados on our social platforms that needs constant care, attention and love.👂 ❤️

We are looking for a dedicated person keen on scaling the global impact of Precious Plastic. Working closely with our team you will:

- keep our audience up to date
- provide the best support and answers to our people
- manage our forum (connect threads, help troubleshooting, link people etc..)
- keep our social media up and running
- search Precious Plastic related images
- source articles about Precious Plastic
- create campaigns

One message at a time

Your inventiveness, precision and enthusiasm will help push Precious Plastic closer to a solution to the plastic waste problem one message at the time. For this role we need a person that can understand our vision and way of communicating with people. We need someone that can embrace our tone and voice, trying to be human but serious, easy going but explicative, fun but clear and generally helpful to our community. 

The candidate would have the followings:
- self driven approach
- writing in a human, familiar, friendly, and straightforward way
- consistent 
- good written english skills
- an absolute focus for details

Nice to have:
- background in art and design
- previous experience with plastic 
- some marketing experience
- basic knowledge of image editing software

Where

This position is remote.
Day & night on slack and skype, oh yes 🎉

When

Plastic pollution is raging the world, unfortunately it is not waiting for us 😡  
We would need someone to start as soon as possible.

What we offer

At Precious Plastic we believe in the power of people, not money. We work with super talented & dedicated people that are with us to fight plastic pollution. Together.

We manage to bring Version 2 to life with very (SUPER) limited budget and managed to come this far. We work with limited resources and think that those budget constrains have been crucial to bring about the necessary innovation.

We are not sure how this campaign will go, however, all money raised will go 100% into the project. Which means we will also try to cover as much expenses as we can for the people involved.

Besides that, you get the unique opportunity to contribute your talent to find solutions to one of the biggest problem facing humankind. You will work with like minded people, learn about a new technology that will, most likely, become relevant in the future as plastic pollution skyrockets and get credits on our website.

We know what we offer is not usual, but you could have the unique opportunity to play a key role to fight plastic pollution and help people across the world.

Want to work with us?

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Not familiar with Precious Plastic yet?

Precious Plastic is an open source project aiming at boosting plastic recycling worldwide by empowering local communities and individuals with tools and knowledge to extract new value from plastic waste.

We have developed four open source machines to enable people to start recycling plastic and create new financial value from an ubiquitous free resource, plastic waste. The machines are specifically developed using universal materials and basic tools that are available all over the world. A modular design allows users to adapt the machines to their specific contexts.

All our material is available online for free. Blueprints, technical drawings, detailed instruction videos and the download-kit are all shared open source online. This is all the basic information people need to build their own machines and start a little plastic factory, anywhere in the world.

Still too abstract? Have a look at this video.