BGS is recruiting staff

BGS is recruiting staff

Sunday, September 18, 2011

The British Grassland Society is a rapidly developing organisation with many activities which facilitate the sharing of knowledge and best practice among farmers, livestock and forage experts and scientists. As part of this development, we are recruiting for two positions:

Position 1 - Technical Project Manager

The development of our one day special interest days, Nutrient Wise Demos project and involvement in the successful bid, headed by SAC, which has won the DairyCo Research Partnership for grass and forage, means we are now seeking a full-time Project Manager. The role will be varied and include taking on responsibility for some of our activities and providing content for our magazine and website, as well as working with members and our network of local societies. The successful candidate will have a proven record of managing activity, a livestock or forage background and a minimum of three years relevant experience. They must be computer literate, with a full driving licence.

Click here for a full job description for the Technical Project Manager position 

Position 2 - Administrator

This will be a varied position, helping us arrange and promote many events and projects, with the opportunity to take on some responsibility, as well as general administration of the society and supporting the director and project managers. Knowledge of Microsoft Office programs is essential, plus proven organisation skills, good written and verbal communication skills, a keenness to solve problems and a confident nature.  An understanding of the agricultural industry will be an advantage. This position will be based at Stoneleigh Deer Park in Warwickshire.

Click here for the full Administrator job description


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