Natural History Communicator

Can you find and tell good stories? Can you bring great communication skills to inspire more people to enjoy, understand and protect North East nature?

You will be responsible for:

  • Growing our reach and relevance among members, supporters, the wider public and natural history sectors.
  • Writing, facilitating, and coordinating content for use across NHSN communication channels.
  • Growing the number of contributors to provide content across our communication channels.

You will have enthusiasm for UK wildlife, and all aspects of natural history, including the ecological, social history of naturalists and cultural representation of nature. No specialist natural history knowledge is expected. You will be joining NHSN at an exciting time as we implement a new three-year organisation plan with the ambition of reaching and inspiring a wider range of people, raising awareness and action of the climate and ecological emergency, and encouraging more people to understand and protect nature. You will work flexibly from home and the NHSN office located at the Great North Museum: Hancock in Newcastle.

Job title: Natural History Communicator

Salary range and hours: £21k for 37 hours ranging to £24k FTE for 28 hours – depending on experience

Closing date Sunday 30 January 2022

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Key Information


£21k - 24k


Natural History Society of Northumbria


Fixed Term


Full Time, Part Time


Mid Level, Postgraduate, Senior


Communication, Conservation, Nature & Wildlife


Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

Application Deadline:

30th January 2022 at 11:45pm

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