EXARC has several vacancies, listed below. Let us know if you are interested in any of these openings; email us at email@example.com any time!
You are welcome no matter how much or little time you have, you do not commit yourself for any longer than you wish. Most of the work you can do from home, but of course we offer the chance to be in close contact with the rest of the EXARC Team.
It is nice if you have affinity with museums, but you do not need to have much more than that. As a volunteer you work in a very international environment with us.
EXARC gives you the opportunity to:
- Join a dynamic international community dedicated to experimental archaeology, open-air museums and interpetation
- Enhance your skill set or learn new skills
- Expand your cv
- Engage in an activity you enjoy or are good at (e.g. working with social media or text)
- Do an internship
- Extend your network
- Do something for society
- Have a nice way of spending your free time
- Tie in with projects from other disciplines, which in some way touch on what EXARC is doing
EXARC offers volunteers an insurance related to all activities carried out under its umbrella. You also get a reference letter when you leave.
Tech Support in Discord
We are looking for tech savvy volunteers to help us with troubleshooting during our conference, next week. We all know how glitchy technology can be. That’s why we need someone to help with simple issues from participants including difficulty accessing server channels and unfamiliarity with Discord as a platform. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our digital team is volunteer-based and we are currently looking for audio/video processors. We need people with experience in audio/video editing and YouTube studio (training can be provided). EXARC has regular online shows where open access and interaction are very important. Our largest upcoming event is the Experimental Archaeology online World Tour in March.
For this, about 140 authors prepare digital broadcasts of 5 - 15 minutes each, which we then need to process and post on YouTube. The media provided by speakers will include a number of different formats, including .pdf, .ppt, .pptx, .mp3, .mp4, and .wav. We would love to hear from you via email@example.com.
YouTube Team Member
The YouTube team works on a consistent look and communication of EXARC and its members through our EXARC Channel. This counts both for material we already have online, and new material popping up regularly. There's especially a large stream of material coming around the EXARC Conferences. You are member of a team with a good coordination, and enough space for own input. You work from home. Interested? Contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org.