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Logo: RSPBEducation Families and Youth Officer
Reference: A0010419
Location: Cardiff
Salary starting at: 19,602 to 22,869 per annum
Hours: Full time
Contract: Permanent

 

This role provides a unique opportunity to join RSPB Cymru's flagship public engagement project in Wales, Giving Nature a Home in Cardiff, engaging thousands of children in Cardiff with the wildlife in their school grounds.

 

Do you love the buzz of a busy project as much as you love nature? You'll be keen to share your enthusiasm for the natural world with children and families, whilst professionally representing the RSPB and working closely with project partners, City of Cardiff Council and Buglife.

 

Running free outreach sessions in primary schools and early years settings across Cardiff, you will encourage children to enjoy nature and inspire them to discover more. You'll spend most of your time out and about in schools and run our Cardiff Wildlife Detectives club, which is a club for families. You'll be part of an enthusiastic team of staff and volunteers, whom you'll be responsible for leading. Alongside school outreach work in Cardiff, you'll support wider engagement work with children across Wales.

 

You'll have an impressive track record of getting things done and an excellent eye for detail to ensure all work is delivered to a consistently high standard. You'll be confident and charismatic and able to lead and inspire staff and volunteers, proactive at working across multiple departments, an excellent team player and well organised. You'll have experience in planning, delivering and managing formal and informal learning experiences for children.

 

The ability to work in Welsh as well as English is essential for this post.

 

Closing: 1 July 2019
Interviews: 12 July 2019

 

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