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Engagement Officer - Campaigns and Events

Salary: £22,000 per annum FTE 21 hours per week. 2 year fixed term contract

Closing date: Wednesday 13th December 2017

Location: Lower Smite Farm, Smite Hill, Hindlip, Worcester WR3 8SZ

Are you a creative and enthusiastic campaigns and events officer with a passion for wildlife and conservation? If so, this role may be for you.

2018 marks Worcestershire Wildlife Trust’s 50th anniversary and provides many exciting opportunities to involve both Trust members and the general public in our work. We are looking for someone experienced in engaging people in campaigns to develop and deliver a range of projects and events in line with our engagement strategy.

You will need to have a strong track-record in a marketing or campaigns-based role and an eye for creating interesting and informative content. With a keen ability to deliver targeted campaigns in a resourceful manner, you will need to excel at achieving maximum return on investment and have the monitoring and reporting skills to back this up.

Based within the engagement team you will work closely with the communications lead and the membership team to help raise awareness of wildlife issues across the county.

Regular evening and weekend working will be required within reason and a full clean driving license is essential. This is a part-time (21hrs/week) position, on a 2-year fixed-term contract.

Deadline for applications: 9am, Wednesday, 13th December, 2017.

For further information about Worcestershire Wildlife Trust and our work, please visit www.worcswildlifetrust.co.uk.

Details and application form: download at www.worcswildlifetrust.co.uk or email enquiries@worcestershirewildlifetrust.org. CVs will not be considered.
 

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Contact details:

enquiries@worcestershirewildlifetrust.org

01905 754919