Outdoor Learning & Engagement Sessional

London Wildlife Trust

London
£11.11 - £13.79/hour depending on experience

Paid • Full or Part Time • Fixed Term Contract

www.wildlondon.org.uk recruitment@wildlondon.org.uk 020 7261 0447

Sectors: environmental education, conservation & wildlife

Closing date: Monday, 30th April 2018  


Based at: Centre for Wildlife Gardening & Woodberry Wetlands

Zero hours fixed term contract

Salary: £11.11 - £13.79 per hour depending on experience

An opportunity for an Outdoor Learning & Engagement Sessional worker has arisen to assist with the preparation and delivery of informative and fun outdoor and indoor environmental activities. Formal school sessions are curriculum linked and involve practical hands on activities designed to increase young people’s knowledge and love of London’s wildlife and green spaces. We are also increasing our provision of Forest School at both Centre for Wildlife Gardening and Woodberry Wetlands, and are looking for confident Level 3 Forest School practitioners to deliver an exciting programme to a range of ages. In addition to our education sessions, sessionals will be able to deliver fun wildlife activity packages for children’s birthday parties. The role will involve planning, preparing, delivering, and the clearing away of formal and informal sessions and activities.

The successful candidate will have experience of working with children, families and adults in an outdoor learning setting, as well as leading environmental learning sessions for children. You will be able to undertake feedback and monitoring of these sessions and have a good understanding of safeguarding and health and safety practices, specifically for young persons. You will have strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office packages, and be highly organised with good time management. You will be a creative individual, and be able to formulate engaging ideas for activities to connect families and children with nature.

London Wildlife Trust manages more than 35 nature reserves across the capital that are exemplars of urban conservation land management and which greatly benefit the local communities that use these sites. The Trust delivers projects focusing on protecting priority habitats and wildlife species in London and works to influence policy makers to support this work. The Trust engages London’s diverse communities through access to our nature reserves, volunteering programmes and education and outreach work

Closing date: Monday 30th April 2018, 9:00am
Interview date: 15th May 2018

To apply, please send a completed Candidate Details Form and Application Form to recruitment@wildlondon.org.uk . Forms can be found on our website www.wildlondon.org.uk/jobs

An enhanced DBS (formerly CRB) check is required for this role. London Wildlife Trust is an equal opportunities employer.


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