Thursday, 12 March 2009

British Birds have a vacancy...

As part of its ambition to be the most respected and widely read ornithological journal in the UK, British Birds is recruiting a Business Development Officer.

The focus of this salaried position will be to deliver marketing and promotional campaigns to attract new subscribers to the magazine. The part-time role will help establish partnerships that are beneficial for British Birds readers - and see the journal reach new audiences.

Over the last hundred years, British Birds has established itself as a highly regarded source of birding information. (That first century of material is available as a DVD-ROM - British Birds interactive - from BirdGuides.)

The next hundred years pose significant new challenges, and British Birds is developing its plans to meet them head on.

The successful applicant will bring enthusiasm to the post, and will be able to develop and implement a wide-ranging and innovative marketing strategy for the magazine. Experience in marketing and communications is desirable, and a passion for British Birds is essential!

British Birds is in good health, and we want to take that message to a larger audience than ever before. We've plenty of ideas about how we'll develop the magazine. We're now on the hunt for the people to help us develop these ideas, and make them a reality.

For more information, please contact BB editor Roger Riddington: editor@britishbirds.co.uk

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