Head of Eden Project Learning – Eden Project

Head of Eden Project Learning


Full Time, Permanent Position

£50,000 per annum

Closing date: Friday 11 November 2016
The World is changing – how we learn needs to change too…

The Eden Project and The Cornwall College Group have a new joint venture.  Eden Project Learning brings together two World Class skill sets to create an opportunity set to inspire current and future generations in a new way of learning. Eden Project Learning offers a work based learning approach through apprenticeships, further education and degree programmes, all based at the world renowned visitor attraction.

This is a brilliant opportunity lead this venture as Head of Eden Project Learning. Working for The Cornwall College Group and The Eden Project, based at the Eden Project in Cornwall the post offers the opportunity to shape and grow Eden Project Learning.

The successful candidate will be responsible for the day to day management of the venture, curriculum development to establish a unique market offer and the provision of high quality learning in an amazing environment. They will be highly skilled in business development, planning and leadership with experience of partnership working at a senior level.

We believe that social and environmental value can be achieved by inspiring people about their world through unforgettable learning experiences; education and learning helps people to define, adapt and shape their world. If you share our beliefs and feel inspired by our vision of future learning and have a background in leadership of education or a STEM sector organisation then we would love to hear from you.

For a full job description and person specification please visit http://www.cornwall.ac.uk and click on vacancies or call 01209 616123.

To apply for this position, please visit – www.cornwall.ac.uk

Inspirational Jobs – Education Officer, Surrey Wildlife Trust


Nower Wood, nr Leatherhead

and Bay Pond, Godstone, Surrey

£14.04 per hour Deadline:

Friday 5th August 2016

Surrey Wildlife Trust (SWT) is the only organisation concerned solely with the conservation of all forms of wildlife in Surrey.

With well over a million people, Surrey is one of the most densely populated counties in the South East, and our proximity to London means this population density is only likely to increase. However, the county is also known for its stunning countryside.

Surrey Wildlife Trust currently manages 82 sites, together covering almost 8,000ha, which is 5% of the land area of the county. We also work with many partners and other landowners to advise on land management for conservation, with particular emphasis on woodland, wetlands, and heathland.

We work with schools, communities and volunteers across Surrey to inform and involve people actively in nature. Over 15,000 children and young people now benefit annually from a wide variety of outdoor learning courses and activities. Each year our enthusiastic volunteers contribute over 10,000 ‘people days’ to our work.

About the opportunity:

Do you have the ability to enthuse and encourage children and young people to engage with their local natural environment? If so, you could be just the person we need to join our education team.

The main aim of the role is to promote awareness and enjoyment of the natural environment and to foster a lifelong connection with nature through teaching 4-19 year olds.  The Education Officer will teach from early years through to the secondary school curriculum plus inspire at events, birthday parties and other outdoor and classroom activities.

We are seeking a flexible, experienced and highly motivated individual who is passionate about natural history and outdoor learning. Some teaching experience is essential together with enthusiasm, imagination and a wish to enthuse the next generation.

This role is full time during March to July and in September, then two days a week in August and through the winter. Although based at the Trust’s Education Centres at Nower Wood and Bay Pond, a full driving license and access to a vehicle are essential as time will be spent out and about in Surrey. Some occasional weekend and evening work will be necessary.

Find out more and apply here