Lev Bely, 19.06.2012 0:57
Butterfly Conservation’s Head Office in Dorset (UK) has an opening for a Senior Supporter Officer.
Butterfly Conservation is a leading wildlife charity working to conserve butterflies, moths and our environment. We have ambitious plans to significantly increase our supporter base as part of our vision for the future.
We wish to recruit a Senior Supporter Officer to manage the development of our membership and supporter services.
For this busy role you will need in-depth knowledge and experience of managing a supporter/ membership database and the ability to use reporting tools to analyse data. A strong marketing background and excellent organisational skills will also be essential.
Main duties will include: managing all areas of supporter development and recruitment campaigns; producing reports and statistical information; overseeing effective servicing of members and supporters to ensure highest possible retention rates.
This is a key, full time post based at Butterfly Conservation’s Head Office in Dorset.
Closing date: noon on Wednesday 4 July 2012.
Interviews will be held on Tuesday 17 July 2012 in East Lulworth.
Please visit our website to download an application pack: www.butterfly-conservation.org, or call 01929 406012, or email email@example.com.
Zoological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences opens a competitive vacancy of a Senior Research Associate — Entomologist (Ph.D. in entomology) to work at the institute museum. Details of the competition procedure and job requirements available on the institute website: http://www.ras.ru/vacancy.aspx. The job is offered to all those having qualified academic rank in accordance with such of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Please, send your applications and documents required to Oleg N. Pugatchov, Russia, 1 Universitetskaya Naberezhnaya, 199034, Saint Petersburg. Questions and more: +7 (812) 328-03-11.
The job offer is valid for two months since the day it was announced, until 5 August 2012. The competition will start off two months after the announcement.
North Dakota State University seeks for a motivated student to pursue a Master of Science degree in Entomology at North Dakota state University, Fargo, ND. The research project will examine the chemical ecology of insect pests on a native crop plant (sunflower).
Qualifications include a bachelor’s degree, with a major in entomology, biology or chemistry. The targeted start date is Fall 2012.
The selected student will receive an annual stipend (commensurate with qualifications) and free tuition.
Applicants should provide academic transcripts, a statement of research and career aspirations, available start date, and names of three academic references.
Send application materials to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Contact Name: Stephen Foster or Jarrad Prasifka, phone: 701-231-6444 or 701-239-1313.
Environmentjob.co.uk, http://www.environmentjob.co.uk, Zoological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, http://www.zin.ru, The Entomological Society of America (ESA), http://www.entsoc.org
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