Readership Survey

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Over the past few months we've welcomed so many new readers to the CJS family that our readership information is now out of date.  To ensure that we continue to source and publish the right information and best jobs for you we're asking everyone to complete this survey. Tell us what sort of job you're looking for and just as importantly those that are of no interest, we're also asking for some basic details about you so that we can continue to tell advertisers how wonderful you are and why they should advertise with CJS, free ads are just not enough for some. It's all tick boxes with two spaces for longer replies: to send us a testimonial and your suggestions or comments if you wish, therefore it shouldn't take you long, only a few minutes (unless you decide to write us an essay!) but it will make a difference.


Every completed survey will go towards sponsoring plants with former featured charity Plantlife or birds with the Wildlife Trusts, the more surveys we receive more the plants and birds we'll sponsor, however you may only send in your responses once - I know we're meanies like that! So don't forget to pick your charity - it's the very last question.

As an added incentive one reply drawn at random will receive a membership package to this year's featured charity The Mammal Society.

Mammal Society members are a fantastic bunch of people and the Society is proud to have them as supporters! As a Mammal Society member you will receive:

  • reduced ticket prices for our workshops, training and conferences
  • updates on mammals and research via our magazine Mammal News
  • our regular e-bulletin to keep you further up to date
  • the opportunity to purchase our scientific periodical Mammal Review
  • access to our trap loan scheme
  • access to knowledge of ongoing mammal projects in your area

As well as the above our members are the first to receive details of discounts and offers from some of our retail supporters.
Find out more about them on their website and read the articles they're written for us throughout 2020.

Your Details:




Types of jobs

Currently the main areas for CJS Main Area of Interest I Would Like To See… Of No Interest
Animal Welfare
Animal handling and welfare (including zoos) and wildlife rescue
Arboriculture and forestry
Countryside Officer, including policy and decision makers
Community project work e.g. allotments and green gym
Countryside Ranger
Countryside Management - practical (e.g. fencing, gate repair etc.)
Ecology and Biodiversity
Education posts for adult / professional training
Environmental education including forest school
Heritage, ancient monuments and archaeology
Horticulture i.e. gardeners
Outdoor activities instructors including bushcraft
Public Rights of Way / access posts
Publicity, promotion and press including web and social media also membership management
Support roles, including IT
Sustainability: recycling, waste reduction, composting and carbon budgets
Volunteer Co-ordinators and youth work
Visitor Services
Wildlife and Zoology (not research) e.g. reintroduction projects and monitoring.
Areas which we don't currently automatically include, these are peripheral to CJS core areas.
Agriculture e.g. Farm Manager
Angling and Fisheries
Energy e.g. windfarm or solar farm
Field / country sports e.g. Gamekeeper, Stalker
Research not currently included e.g. plant pathology
Rural regeneration

Connecting with CJS

Do you like / follow / connect with CJS on social media, tick as many as appropriate:

If you're happy with CJS and would like to spread the word please write us a testimonial. We may include it online and in our literature, don't worry we won't use your name.



Any comments or message for CJS?

And finally: choose your cause.

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Many thanks for your time and assistance, it is much appreciated.