We are recruiting

We are recruiting

As we continue to enhance  our activities an opportunity has opened up for a Membership and Communications Secretary to join the Society team to assist us in developing, delivering and promoting what we do. Please see the advert below and follow the link for the job description.

“The East of England Agricultural Society is a Charity that supports agriculture and rural life and based at Peterborough Showground is recruiting for a membership and communications secretary.

This is an exciting opportunity for a charismatic enthusiastic person with the flair, drive and skills to bring innovative and individual ideas to this position, while actively leading and developing the communication, at all levels, to engage and inspire our members and clients.

Your skills will be aimed at the overall promotion of the Society and the delivery of specific events.

The successful candidate would ideally have an interest in agriculture who is a creative ‘out of the box’ thinker who can engage with others.

Job description can be found here membership-and-communications-secretary-2016-jd

Please send your CV with a covering letter to:

Email: info@eastofengland.org.uk

Closing date 30th December 2016 and interviews will be held in mid January.

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