The Impact Hub | www.athens.impacthub,net 

Impact Hubs make up a global network of people, places, and programs that inspire, connect and catalyze impact. Part innovation lab, part business incubator, and part community center, we offer our members a unique ecosystem of resources, inspiration, and collaboration opportunities to grow impact. 

We started in 2013, locally rooted in Athens and globally connected with other 120 Impact Hubs worldwide. Today, we count with more than 160 members, numerous capacity building programs for social businesses, and great partnerships that capitalize the dynamic and expertise of each organization, with a purpose to strengthen the impact economy in Greece.

We are looking for a new collaborator to join our team and contribute to our efforts towards a more just and sustainable future for all


Project Description:

We are on a mission! A community of Water Allies

Water management in Mediterranean islands is currently fragmented and there are several barriers, which need to be overcome in order to close water loops and contribute towards the environmental and economic development of these regions. 

Mediterranean islands, in particular, face significant challenges in terms of water management and conservation. Water reserves are scarce, while the high touristic activities during the summer months stress the limited water reserves. 

To overcome these challenges, HORIZON 2020 project, HYDROUSA launched in July 2018 with the aim of creating innovative, nature-based water management solutions for different types of water characterized by low energy footprint. The project is manifested through six demo sites/innovations in 3 islands (Lesvos, Mykonos, Tinos) while 25 replication sites are explored. 

Clear water loops are demonstrated, recovering added value products, while integrating and interacting with the local society and market. HYDROUSA not only develops and demonstrates innovative water services but revolutionizes the water value chains in Mediterranean areas from water use up to sewage treatment and reuse. 

HYDROUSA goes beyond the current water and wastewater management practices reimagining a water resilient economy, mitigating climate change and reforming the agro-food system.

IHA undertakes the leading role of Communication – Dissemination and Community Building Activities. The vision for the activities designed is to effectively engage a wide range of stakeholders, from senior levels in industry, regulation and government, to local people, researchers, artists and schoolchildren through a community engagement approach.

The role

Job title: HYDROUSA Info Point – Host/Hostess 

We are looking for local hosts/hostesses, young enthusiasts, passionate about communicating, raising awareness and sharing consciousness about water management systems in the Mediterranean regions. 

The Info Points will operate during summer to share information with the local community, tourists and visitors in the islands of Tinos, Mykonos and Lesvos respectively. The technologies that have been developed and implemented in Tinos are Hydro 5Hydro 6, in Mykonos Hydro 3Hydro 4 and in Lesvos Hydro 1Hydro 2

In order to familiarize with the content of these technologies, you will undergo training and you will participate in the summer school’s activities.

The Info point operating dates for each island are the following:

  • Tinos: 06 June – 01 July
  • Mykonos: 02 July – 30 July 
  • Lesvos: 29 August – 28 September

HYDROUSA info points will operate 5 days a week, from Tuesday to Saturday, 17:00 – 21:00 (4-hour contract).

The Info Points are designed with an open-source license and they will provide the visitors useful information for water use, treatment and management by promoting the principles of circular economy. The Info Points aim to raise awareness and spread the news for HYDROUSA’s sustainability objectives from individual to community level.

Collaborates with: Program Lead & Impact Hub Directors, Programmes Team


  • Support in distribution of leaflets and key information 
  • Participation in interactive games and projections
  • Participation in info-sessions 
  • Communication to attendees / participants for HYDROUSA’s mission



  • Relevant study/work experience in the following areas: in community or cultural centres environment / event assistance / information desks/ hospitality and tourism 
  • Fluency in Greek & English
  • Excellent communication skills 
  • Excellent organizational skills 
  • Energy, Enthusiasm and Resourcefulness
  • Easiness in riding a 2-wheel cargo bike

Please send us your CV in the following emails: [email protected] | [email protected] 

Each application will be evaluated upon receipt. We will be accepting applications until 12 May. 

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