Opportunities at the British Ecological Society
We are seeking a Digital Project Manager who will be responsible for facilitating the delivery of the new CRM system, including integration with the Society’s website, in partnership with the external CRM suppliers. A CRM supplier has been identified and initial work to define requirements and map ‘as is’ business processes has already undertaken.
More details on the role and how to apply can be found here.
Are you interested in helping create a world where nature and people thrive in a world inspired by ecology?
We would like to offer you the chance to help us deliver our strategic plan by taking up a voluntary leadership role on one of our Committees, providing an opportunity to work directly with our staff and a wider team of ecologists. As a committee member you will help make a major contribution to the Society and our diverse ecological community. In return, you are given access to unique opportunities to network, and influence the development of ecological research and activity.
We are currently looking for members to join our Policy Committee. If you’d like to get involved in the running of the BES, by finding the best ways to serve our members and develop the Society’s grants portfolio, then apply today!
Our 19 volunteer Special Interest Groups (SIGs) provide a focus of activity in specific areas of ecology and organise meetings and events throughout the year. Their Committees are made up of voluntary leadership roles, from Secretaries to policy representatives, to social media positions, who all work together to organise events and reach out to their communities.
We are looking for active ecological researchers to join the editorial board of Ecological Reviews, our book series published with Cambridge University Press. Deadline: 17:00 (GMT) Friday 28 February 2020.
We are seeking a Blog Editor to write and commission posts for the Journal of Ecology Blog. Deadline: 17:00 (GMT) Monday 17 February 2020.
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