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We’re ZSL, an international conservation charity. Our vision is a world where wildlife thrives and we’re working every day to achieve this. From investigating the health threats facing animals, to helping people and wildlife live alongside each other, we are committed to bringing wildlife back from the brink of extinction. Through the work of our pioneering scientists, our dedicated conservationists and our unrivalled animal experts in our two zoos, our purpose is to inspire, inform and empower people to stop wild animals going extinct.
ZSL has an exciting opportunity for a Senior Audience Insights Executive to join our Marketing team for 20 hours a week. You would play an important part in providing clear insights to help drive visitors and income to our Zoos and help drive deeper engagement with ZSL as a wildlife conservation charity. You will be responsible for reporting on audience KPI’s and developing recommendations and insights to inform future campaigns, product development and visitor experience.
Please note we are looking for candidates to work 20 hours a week and we are flexible when these hours are worked.
Please find attached the full job description here.
What do we offer?
You will have access to a blended program of Wellbeing initiatives, including confidential access to our 24/7 Employee Assistance Program as well as regular webinars and activities around mental, physical, social and financial wellbeing. The opportunity to be part of an organisation that is committed to improving diversity and inclusion.
Other benefits include 25 days holiday, life assurance, stakeholder pension (employer contribution is matched up to 12%), complimentary zoo tickets with a 30% discount in shops and online, subsidised canteen, enhanced paternity and maternity leave, season ticket loan, cycle to work scheme, discounted gym membership and access to a wide range of learning and development opportunities.
Ultimately, you’ll know that you’ll help us to inspire, inform and empower people to stop wildlife going extinct.