Environmental Engagement Intern

Bore Place - Commonwork Trust

Chiddingstone, Kent
£12/hour

Paid • Part Time • Fixed Term Contract

www.boreplace.org

Sectors: environmental education, conservation & wildlife, food, farming & horticulture

Closing date: Friday, 28th June 2024   3 days left


Environmental Engagement Intern 

Fixed Term Contract: July 2024 – March 2025
Hours: Part time 30 hours a week
Salary: £12 per hour 

An exciting opportunity has been created at Bore Place with support from the Ernest Cook Trust, for someone to support with the delivery of our community events and citizen science and nature programme.

The main responsibilities of the role will be to support on community events, the Citizen Science programme, volunteering programmes, community events, and to assist with marketing and social media for these programmes.

These programmes have been funded by DEFRA and Kent Downs National Landscapes’ Farming in Protected Landscapes programme to expand the work of Bore Place carried out by the We are Nature Project to integrate people of all ages and abilities at the heart of our work for biodiversity, to achieve better outcomes for wellbeing, environmental awareness/understanding and wildlife. This project will expand the work of integrating people and nature across the wider landscape surrounding Bore Place and better understanding our connections both ecological and as part of the community.

To the right candidate, we offer an excellent working environment, free parking, a pension, 30 days a year holiday (plus bank holidays), a staff discount on Bore Place’s programme of public events and a glorious countryside location. Due to our rural location, your own vehicle is essential for travelling to and from work. 

Bore Place is home to the Commonwork Trust, an educational and sustainability charity supporting young people. We are looking for people sympathetic to our values and aims who are comfortable promoting the overall mission of Bore Place to colleagues and visitors 

We are committed to equality of opportunity and welcome applications from all sections of the community. 


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