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Teaching Trees Programme Officer

 

Teaching Trees is the Royal Forestry Society’s (RFS) schools programme.  Our mission is to connect primary school age children with local managed woodlands in order to teach them to value trees and woods for nature, timber and fun. 

 

Teaching Trees is currently delivered by 11 freelance Education Officers to over 5,000 children a year across locations in England and Wales.  The size and scope of the programme has grown significantly in recent years. Its focus on teacher-led, curriculum-linked learning is a unique contribution to children’s education and personal development.

 

We are seeking to appoint a Teaching Trees Programme Officer to manage and develop the programme. This part time position is an excellent opportunity for a high calibre individual with primary school, outdoor learning and management experience to make a real impact on the provision of woodland education and children’s understanding of woods.

 

Salary: £22,400 for 28 hours per week

 

Location: RFS office near Banbury

 

Reporting to: The RFS Chief Executive

 

Closing date for applications: 8 October at 5pm

 

Full job description and details on how to apply click here.

 

 

 

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