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Job Description


This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a growing Community Interest Company that is at the beginning of its journey. Our vision is to provide affordable outdoor experiences to help improve health and wellbeing in our local community.

 We are Based at Hope Nature Centre and Southwick Country Park in Trowbridge, Wiltshire and deliver outdoor learning across Wiltshire.


The Breathe Project is looking for individuals with Forest School level 1, 2 or 3 and/or have a passion for working to deliver outdoor experiences to children and the local community.



We are initially looking for people to work flexibly across weekdays, weekends and school holidays. When applying please state what days you are available.

This may include:

 Holiday and Saturday clubs,

1 off school trips,

Forest School for schools and preschools,


You will need to have:

Experience working with children in a range of age groups.

Passion for delivering quality outdoor experiences.

Confident to deliver Forest School to whole classes.

Willingness to develop their experiences and expertise.

Enhanced DBS certificate (If you don’t have a current certificate, we will need to apply for this before you can commence work with us)

Ability to drive and have access to a car to work across Wiltshire.

Preferable:

 1st aid certificate

Ability to plan activities

Forest School qualification


£10-15 an hour depending on experience, flexible working dependent on demand.


If you would like more information or would like to apply please contact Clare Pike at breatheprojectwiltshire@gmail.com


Closing date for applications is 17th May 2019

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