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Environmental and Outdoor Education vacancies: interpretation, field work tutors, public engagement, adventure activities instructors also higher and further education roles.
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£27500 p.a. plus up to 9% employer pension contribution
Are you a keen advocate of the ‘Nature Matters’ message and share our vision for creating Living Landscapes and Living Seas? Do you want to make a positive difference to mental health and wellbeing of young people and children?
We are seeking to appoint a Nature Friendly Schools Co-ordinator who will be based in York, but will work across the whole of Yorkshire with our regional teams.
Location: Flexible in Central and Eastern England
Salary: £48,848 to £52,919
Hours: Full time
We are seeking an Area Manager to provide the strategic leadership for delivery of the RSPB's mission across the East Midlands, from the wet grasslands of Otmor in Oxfordshire, through the ancient trees of Sherwood Forest, to the uplands of the Peak District. This will include direct accountability for all reserve, conservation, project and learning delivery which will be part the area team.
Senior Project Officer, Doncaster, Salary: £19,500 - £21,500 per annum, 35 hours per week.
Project Assistant, Doncaster, Salary: £16,380 per annum (£9,828 per annum pro-rata), 21 hours per week
The Community Forest and Woodland Outreach Project is part of the Children and Nature Programme funded by the Department of Education and managed by Natural England, the government’s advisor on the natural environment. The Children and Nature Programme is a key commitment within the Governments 25 Year Environment Plan. The aim of the fund being to help more children and young people from communities experiencing disadvantage to benefit from nature.
The Lost Gardens of Heligan
Location: St Austell, Cornwall
Full time: 42.5 hours per week
We are looking to recruit an Estate Ranger to join our busy but small estate team in 200 acres of an historic Cornish Estate. You will be working with the estate team to look after a mostly native woodland area and also helping the farm team occasionally. Your main duties will be to undertake practical land management with a heavy emphasis on visitor engagement.
Salary Range: £18,426 – £19,407 per annum
Work Location: Lepe Country Park, Southampton
Hours per week: 37
Contract Type: Permanent
Lepe Country Park is one of Hampshire County Council's most popular visitor attractions hosting around 300,000 visits each year. The site has a full programme of events for the public, welcomes school visits and has a very successful Friends group which provides many volunteers to assist park staff. It's an exciting time to join the dynamic and innovative team at Lepe.
£21,589 - £23,836
Location: Stanmer Park
Fixed Term for 30 months
We are looking for a highly motivated ranger to be part of the management and maintenance of the beautiful historic Stanmer estate in Brighton, and to develop and deliver activities.
As part of this project we are looking for an experienced ranger who can work with a range of partners to deliver volunteer activities, educational material and site interpretation as set out in the project activity plan, along with day to day site management operations.
£19,969 - £21,851 per annum, dependent upon experience
Nene Park Trust is looking to appoint a key individual to join our Education and Activities Team to assist the Trust’s Senior Education and Activities Officer in delivering our education service and supporting a growing events programme within a high quality 1725 acre country park in Peterborough.
This important role will require you to lead outdoor educational activities for visiting school groups from Early Years Foundation Stage through to A Level and to take an active role in the delivery of the Trust’s programme of public events.
Lancashire Wildlife Trust
Location: Preston, Lancashire
Contract type: Fixed term / Working hours: Full time
LWT is a partner in a consortium of organisations delivering the Nature Friendly Schools Project.
We are looking for a Senior Project Officer to coordinate and lead delivery of the Nature Friendly Schools programme to primary schools in Lancashire, Manchester and Merseyside, inspiring children and young people to explore the natural world and develop care and concern for the environment.
Lambourne End Centre for Outdoor Learning
Salary £18,000 per annum
The post is based on a 35 hour week, but will involve flexible working.
The Centre is a fantastic 54 acre site in south west Essex which is full of opportunity. The Centre’s scenic location in a rural setting, yet on the doorstep of East London’s urban fringe creates a unique resource. The Centre boasts residential accommodation and training facilities, outdoor adventure activities, a garden project and a working farm with dedicated environmental areas.
Full Time - Permanent
Salary £26,747.83 - £29,230.41
Askham Bryan College is a specialist land-based college based across the North of England. Our campus at Newton Rigg is set in the heart of Cumbria. The college owns over 20 ha of woodland, both broadleaf and conifer. The College is dedicated to promoting education across the forestry sector in the UK. The Department of Forestry wishes to recruit a new Course Manager to teach across a varied range of programmes in Forestry at Level 2 and 3.
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