We need a Communications Officer with proven experience of creating high quality written content and knowledge of monitoring and evaluating digital communication activities. You will need to be very organised, have excellent time management skills and have a keen attention to detail. You’ll be a highly motivated and innovative person who keeps their cool under pressure and is able to prioritise well. Experiencing in fundraising and working for a charity would be desirable, but not essential, and a passion for promoting Gloucestershire’s wildlife is a must.

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