Vacancy for Outdoor learning and food growing practitioner

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Do you have a love of being outdoors and have the skills to deliver a wide-ranging and varied outdoor learning and food growing programme? Do you share our passion for helping children learn about and care for the natural environment? Do you want to be part of our team? If so read on...

Location: West Yorkshire
Salary: £21,937.50 pro rata
Hours: Part time, 15 - 22 hours per week
Contract: 12 month fixed term, term time only contract (potential to extend subject to funding)
Grow to School CIC is a small but growing Community Interest Company based in Huddersfield. The organisation delivers curriculum based outdoor learning and food growing sessions in primary schools and with communities across West Yorkshire.

As a creative communicator you will be able to enthuse and inspire children & staff whilst building good relationships with schools and communities. You will be capable of working independently as part of a small busy team and demonstrate a committed, mature, and flexible approach to your work.

If you believe that you have the passion, commitment, and skills to take this unique opportunity forward then we’d love to hear from you.

To apply for this part-time post, please email sending your current CV and a supporting statement explaining how you believe your skills and experience match the job, directly addressing the job description and person specification. We’d also love you to send us a 2-minute video to give us an idea of who you are and why you’d love this job.

Please use the email title Outdoor learning & food growing practitioner

The job description and person spec can be found here 

The closing date for applications is Midnight 11th October 2021

Interviews will be informal and will include working with our team to deliver a practical session in school. Dates to be arrange if you are short listed. 



Published: 27/09/2021
Audience: Teachers and Teaching assistants
Contact: Ama Chaney

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