An excellent opportunity to play a vital part in inspiring young people about wildlife, birds, the environment and conservation.
Build on existing skills and learn & develop new skills in outdoor facilitation, outdoor education session planning, team management and safeguarding.
RSPB In-house training and career development opportunities based on the hours served.
Support and guidance from experienced RSPB staff.
Free membership to PVG disclosure scheme, plus safeguarding and health & safety training.
Enhanced CV by volunteering with a well-known charity.
Enjoy being part of a professional team.
Tasks will include:
Designing, planning and co-facilitating monthly outdoor 'Connection to Nature;' experiences for a group of young people aged 11-16). (Indoors if the weather's really bad!).
Developing opportunities for the group to experience and take action for nature through site visits, practical conservation tasks and outdoor learning.
Coordinating and managing a team of assistant, youth and communications volunteers
Inspiring children about wildlife, facilitating their learning during activities.
Procurement and/hiring of equipment and resources as necessary.
Regularly checking and responding to emails from the Families & Youth officer at RSPB
Keeping records of attendance and assisting with feedback and evaluation.