VIR Video Production Intern

The Video Production Intern creates engaging training videos for Audubon volunteer programs.

Job Description:

The Volunteer and Intern Resources Video Production Intern will provide support to Audubon Nature Institute’s Volunteer and Intern Resources (VIR) department. VIR trains and supports over 300 adult volunteers and interns across our family of facilities. The Video Production Intern will design and create video training materials to support this purpose. The candidate will report to work at Audubon Zoo in Uptown New Orleans. 

In addition, the intern must be able to fulfill the position's duties as described in compliance with Audubon Nature Institute’s rules, policies, and procedures. The candidate must responsibly manage sensitive information and contribute to offering a safe, family-friendly, and educational environment for our staff, volunteers, and guests.

Internship is unpaid, minimum of 15 hrs per week. 

Skills and duties required of this position include but are not limited to:

  1. Provide support to the Volunteer and Intern Resources Department in the implementation and delivery of adult volunteer programming by:
  • Designing training videos that support our training programs,
  • Creating, editing, and distributing training videos.

2. Provide quality customer service to both internal and external customers and maintaining professional working relations with guests, employees, volunteers, interns, and student workers.

3. Any other duties as requested by supervisor(s).

Minimum job requirements include:

  1. Ability to communicate effectively (fluent English is preferable) and to follow oral and written instructions,
  2. Ability to work independently with guidance from Coordinator, 
  3. Providing a warm and welcoming experience to all Zoo volunteers and guests by practicing top-notch guest services, possessing a friendly and personable attitude, and taking pride in interacting with staff, guests, and volunteers with wide-ranging ages and interests,
  4. Performing physical tasks, including lifting loads up to 50 pounds and walking/standing for up to 75% of his/her shift.

Submit cover letter and resume to VIR Department, Jesse Manley, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

In the event their preferred placement has been filled, qualified applicants may be referred to other Audubon departments. By submitting application materials, the candidate agrees to release their information to our internship staff.