We are recruiting for the role of Environmental Education Officer. This is a great opportunity to connect and engage people with the unique natural landscape of Lough Erne
We are recruiting for the role of Environmental Education Officer. This is a great opportunity to connect and engage people with the unique natural landscape of Lough Erne by developing skills, improving confidence, and providing opportunities to learn, change perceptions and influence its management.
The Lough Erne Landscape Partnership (LELP) was formed in May 2015 to develop an exciting programme of work to conserve, enhance and celebrate the unique landscape and heritage of Upper and Lower Lough Erne. The Partnership has created a vision of a vibrant and sustainable rural economy through a coordinated approach to the protection and enhancement of Lough Erne’s unique heritage. LELP has entered the delivery phase thanks to a £2.6m investment from the National Lottery, which runs until 2023. This is part of the Heritage Lottery Fund’s Landscape Partnership Scheme and adds another iconic Northern Ireland location to the existing areas being enhanced through Heritage Lottery Funding.
One of the key aims of LELP is to protect, promote and enhance the natural heritage of the Lough Erne region through an educational programme with local schools and the community. The successful candidate will be a key member of the Lough Erne Landscape Partnership (LELP) team, with the opportunity to work flexibly from home or in our Enniskillen office.
The Environmental Education Officer will promote and enhance the natural heritage of the Lough Erne region through an educational programme delivered in schools and in the community. The candidate will support Lough Erne Landscape Partnership Team in delivering various projects as well as providing training and support to colleagues and project partners.
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Closing Date: 30th January 2022
(Sunday) 9:00 am
Lough Erne Landscape Partnership