Visitor Experience and Marketing Manager 90 views

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  • Salary £25,463 - £27,585 per annum
  • Organisation Environmental, Visitor Attraction
  • Job Type Fixed Term, Full Time

Reference number: A3941217

Location: West Yorkshire

The RSPB’s Northern England region has a range of incredible nature reserves that are home to a wealth of wildlife. We need someone to help us to inspire people to visit our nature reserves and ensure they have a fantastic experience when they are there. You will support our teams to interpret the nature on their patch and tell the stories that our audiences want to hear. You’ll take a key leadership role with our reserve teams in Yorkshire and Middlesbrough to develop and implement our marketing strategies, events planning and promotion.

Salary

Starting at £25,463 to £27,585 per annum

Hours & contract information

Hours: Full time
Contract: Maternity Cover – Maximum 12 months

Closing date: 29 January 2018
Interview date: 12 February 2018

How to apply

You can find more information about the role in the downloads below. Please make sure you include reference number A3941217 on any correspondence.

Role Profile (Word 252Kb, requires Microsoft Word)

Application details (Word 29Kb, requires Microsoft Word)

For questions about this post
Emma Reed
emma.reed@rspb.org.uk
0191 233 4320

Send application details to
Kate Jones
kate.jones@rspb.org.uk
The RSPB, Denby Dale Office, Westleigh Mews, Wakefield Road, Denby Dale, Huddersfield, HD8 8QD, 01484 868405

 

Please mention tourism-jobs.co.uk when applying for this job.

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