Can you help?

IF you’re looking to fill a role in your branch or festival drop us an email  to promote it here.

Email wb.editor@camra.org.uk detailing the duties and the kind of person who would be suitable.

 

Key Campaign 3 committee

There are currently three places available on the Key Campaign 3 committee, which was setup to encourage more people to try a range of real ales, ciders and perries.

Useful skills are: l experience in marketing, ideally with an understanding of the beer and pub market.

  • knowledge and experience of matching of beer, cider and perry with food.
  • cellarmanship skills relating to quality of beer at point of dispense. l understanding of social media as a communication tool.
  • willing to be a minute taker in addition to one of the other skills.

You must also be willing to declare any conflicts of interest relating to any of the subjects that could be discussed and voted on at a meeting. Currently two meetings a year are held with others by conference call as required.

If you are interested and have any of the areas of knowledge or experience below then contact Ian Packham at ian.packham@ camra.org.uk with details of your knowledge and experience and how you believe you could help the campaign.

 

 

CAMRA’s Public Affairs Committee is looking for new members

 

Are you interested in joining CAMRA’s Public Affairs Committee? We provide advice and support on the execution of all public affairs activity and engagement with Government and industry stakeholders.

We’d love to hear from you if you have:

– a good knowledge of CAMRA’s campaigning objectives

– experience of campaigning, working in public affairs or policy making, or having held elected office

 

The committee meets 4 times a year and conducts much of its business by email. The committee is also looking for a minute taker.

 

If you’re interested, please email the Chair of PAC Ray Turpie at ray.turpie@camra.org.uk.

 

 

 

The Coventry & District Branch has two vacancies – Branch Public Affairs Officer Branch Press and a Publicity Officer.

The first role is to lead liaison with and lobbying of Local Councils, MPs and other political representatives within the Branch boundaries with a view to supporting CAMRA’s campaigns. The other role is to generate publicity for CAMRA within branch boundaries. Estimated time for the both roles is 2-3 hours a month.  No qualifications are required, just enthusiasm with good interpersonal and writing skills. Access to a computer and the internet are required.

Details of the roles can be found on the Members’ Area of the Coventry & District website and any queries should be directed to contact@coventry. camra.org.uk

 

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