Job Opportunity: Eden Rivers Trust

Learning Coordinator
Full Time Fixed Term Contract (to end of December 2018)
Salary: Up to £28,000 depending on experience
Closing Date: Friday 16 September 2016

Eden Rivers Trust is looking for a Learning Coordinator to join their busy, small team in Penrith, Cumbria.

As the only charity dedicated to making the River Eden a better place for people and wildlife, their learning programme is crucial in promoting understanding of their work and the rivers the trust cares for. After years of steady growth, they are now seeking a highly-motivated individual to help drive the learning programme forward.

The Learning Coordinator will develop and deliver sessions that bring the river to life – deepening understanding of how rivers work and the wildlife and the natural environment of this part of Cumbria. It’s a role that is as diverse as the landscape and rivers of the Eden Valley. Working across the catchment – from Kirkby Stephen to Carlisle. the successful candidate will work with children and young people aged 3-18 in both formal and informal learning settings.

With a minimum of 3 years’ experience in an education or community learning setting, as well as the ability to engage children and young people effortlessly,\the successful candidate will have the flair to develop and deliver exciting and innovative activities and sessions that will deepen their understanding of how rivers work, and encourage them to value Eden’s rivers. They will be confident and comfortable with leading groups in the classroom as well as in the river.

For more information and to apply, visit

CV’s will not be accepted.


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