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Title

Forest School Tutor

Posted
Reference   (Please mention Stopdodo/Environment Jobs in your application)
Sectors Nature Conservation, Ecology, GIS
Location
Town/City Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve and Tyland Barn Nature Reserve, Maidstone
Salary Additional Information Up to £10.65 per hour / Sessional tutor, zero-hours, casual contract
Salary (Minimum)
0
Salary (Maximum)
0
Type Temporary / Contract / Seasonal
Status Full Time
Level First Level
Deadline 28/10/2022
Company Name Kent Wildlife Trust
Contact Name
Kent Wildlife Trust  logo
Directory Entry : Kent Wildlife Trust is the leading conservation charity for the county of Kent. If you are interested in a job with the Trust, please visit their career page. For other conservation jobs visit www.environmentjobs.co.uk or www.environmentjobs.com
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Description

Globally and nationally wildlife is in steep decline. We appear to be reaching critical tipping points around the loss of biodiversity as well as around climate change, both being interlinked. Human society cannot prosper without wildlife and healthy ecosystems.

Kent’s wildlife needs to be restored to much higher levels. We can no longer allow common things to become rare. We can only do this by restoring large-scale habitat from degraded land. Doing this will contribute to solving global problems. But we won’t be able to do this unless we publicly aspire to a higher level of impact and show that we can deliver this.

The Job: This post is an opportunity to work as part of Kent Wildlife Trust’s education team to deliver outstanding Forest School and Nature Tots programmes, enabling the expansion of our existing provision.

You: You will be a qualified Level 3 Forest School leader, preferably with experience of delivering Forest School and early years programmes and Forest School based events. You will be a team player with a desire to share your enthusiasm for the great outdoors with others, especially young people. You will have a responsible attitude, showing common sense, especially regarding working with children, and have a flexible approach and willingness to work with other staff, tutors, and volunteers. You will be able to demonstrate skills and experience such as:

• A track record of working with children on Forest School programmes and outdoor education sessions.

• Health and Safety procedures and risk assessments, especially with regard to working with children.

• Planning and documentation, such as lesson planning and assessments.

• The ability to work as part of a team but also independently.

Kent Wildlife Trust is the leading wildlife charity for Kent and Medway, supported by its members and staffed by committed professionals. Join our team and help us create a Wilder Kent! In return we will inspire you, listen to you, value you, treat you equally and fairly, look after your health and wellbeing and encourage flexibility from day one, enabling you to draw on these benefits to be a better, happier and more productive you.

Contact details:

For an application pack please visit our website: www.kentwildlifetrust.org.uk/jobs

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