Assistant Web Administrator
Helps to manage and maintain LeTort Regional Authority website.
Creates a website that is informative and comprehensive, navigationally easy and intuitive to use.
Updates events, posts photos, and posts press releases and other news as needed.
Suggests and implements continuous improvements.
Troubleshoots problems associated with website.
Works closely with web site host 717 Studios, LeTort Regional Authority executive director, and LRA board members to accomplish these goals.
· Computer skills
· Strong design sense
· Attention to detail
· Critical thinking
· Project management and people skills
Helps to maintain LeTort Regional Authority donor database.
Writes and mails thank you letters to donors within one week of the date that donation is received.
Handles other correspondence as needed.
Works with LeTort Regional Authority executive director and board members to accomplish these goals.
· Microsoft Office
· Administrative writing skills
· Ability to handle confidential information
Act as the “eyes and ears” of the LeTort Regional Authority board on the LeTort Nature Trail by hiking sections of the trail a minimum of 3 times per year.
Engage the public with knowledge, enthusiasm, and friendliness in a non-enforcement capacity.
Identify areas of the trail that need maintenance. Communicate that information via email or in writing to the LeTort Regional Authority executive director.
Mitigate the effects of invasive vegetation by pulling weeds or notifying the LRA executive director of their presence.
Mitigate the effects of humans by picking up trash.
Trim back overgrown vegetation.
Help to install and remove trail information signs at the direction of the LRA executive director and board members.
Must be in good physical condition.
Must sign a waiver form before first hike.
Volunteers must be ages 15 or older.
Volunteers under age 18 must bring a waiver form signed by their parent or guardian.
Ability to recognize invasive weeds.