Seasonal Fieldworker Required

Award-winning Environmental Education Charity – Wild things! – is looking for an experienced outdoor practitioner to join the fieldwork team in the delivery of our programmes, from March to October 2018.

The right candidate for this role must have experience delivering Environmental Education and Bushcraft skills to a broad client group as well as being able to process information quickly and lead groups from the start.

We would like to bring into the team someone who is playful yet professional, who loves sharing time outdoor with others, young and old. Working for an Environmental Education Charity, our ideal candidate will engage people on a variety of our activities that promote an understanding and care for the environment as well as the health and wellbeing of our clients.

To enable the smooth flow of our programmes, the ideal candidate will also have excellent organisational skills and have experience of logistics, preparing resources and equipment care.

The successful candidate will hold relevant qualifications in:

  1. Leadership of Outdoor Learning activities focused on Environmental Education (Woodland Activity Leader Training NCFE L2 or Forest School L3)
  2. Bushcraft Experience & Outdoor First Aid qualification
  3. Hold a clean driving license (including D1).

All employees are subject to PVG checks in line with our Child Protection policies. See Job Description for further details.

If you wish to apply for this position, please complete and return the job Application Form by email to:

If you require further information, please contact:

Closing date for applications: 26th January 2018

Interview date: 5th February 2018

Start date: mid-March

Finish date: mid-October

Salary: £17,000pa (pro rata) with holiday allowance

For further information about Wild things!, please see our website.




If you are interested in working with Wild things! on some of our fantastic programmes, while learning some fun and practical new skills, then check out our Volunteering opportunities.