Jobs & Volunteer Positions

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T21 Job application Form 2019

Freelance Centre Assistant – Welsh Harp Environmental Education Centre

Salary: £11 per hour  Job type: Self-employed / Contractor – Engagement period: Minimum 2 hour bookings as required

Location: Welsh Harp Environmental Education Centre, Birchen Grove, London, NW9 8RY
Responsible to: Education Team Leader

Purpose of the job The Freelance Centre Assistant will have responsibility for opening and closing the Welsh Harp Environmental Education Centre during venue hire bookings, and preparing and maintaining education resources
Please use the link below for Further details and how to apply.

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We have the following volunteer opportunities:

 

Environmental Education Volunteer

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Engagement Period:  During term time and holiday periods when there are bookings. Ideal minimum commitment is once per week for 3 months, open to discussion.

 Location: Welsh Harp Environmental Educational Centre, Birchen Grove, NW9 8RY

Responsible to:          Education Coordinator

What you will do:

  • Represent Thames21 positively and encourage attendees to take part in our activities.
  • Observe Thames21 educators deliver curriculum linked sessions that are designed to impart environmental knowledge in a lively and interactive manner.
  • Be willing to work outdoors for long periods of time in a variety of weather conditions.
  • Support Thames21 staff in delivery of sessions by setting up and packing up activities, interacting with pupils and preparing/managing resources.

Please use the link below for further details of this role and how to apply. Closing date open.

Environmental Education Volunteer Description

 

Welsh Harp Centre Gardening Volunteer

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Location: Welsh Harp Environmental Education Centre, Birchen Grove, NW9 8RY

Why we want you: We have an amazing local community space attended by thousands of school children each year which needs someone passionate about the environment and making this a great place for children and the community to visit. To do this we need the support of someone local to help us care for and nurture the site to keep it safe and running smoothly.

What you will do:

  • Undertake any small gardening jobs necessary to maintain the woodland pathways, teaching spaces and play area using hand tools such as secateurs and shears. This will include trimming brambles and pulling stinging nettles. Tools and boots provided.
  • Occasionally help the Education Officer with preparing for upcoming school sessions and tidying up after sessions.

 Please use the link below for further details of this role and how to apply. Closing date open.

Welsh Harp Centre Gardening Volunteer Description