Recruitment: Environmental Education Officer

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This is a great opportunity to work as part of the Lough Erne Landscape Partnership within the unique landscape of the Lough Erne region, share the rich natural heritage and biodiversity of the area through an innovative education programme.

The stunning Fermanagh Lakeland landscape consists of numerous islands, long shorelines, rivers, wet meadows, grasslands and woodlands.  It is home to an array of internationally important species and habitats, and contains a wealth of natural, built, archaeological, cultural and industrial heritage spanning 9,000 years. As Environmental Education Officer you will connect and engage people with their unique natural landscape by developing skills, improving confidence and providing opportunities to learn, change perceptions and influence its management. 

This role is a part time (4 days per week) post for a period of 9 months. You will be responsible for the delivery of innovative key natural heritage education projects and you will be working with external LELP partners to oversee and deliver projects. You will also have the opportunity to work with the LELP Programme Manager to undertake fundraising activities to help deliver our programmes in future.

Closing Date: 7 February 2021

For further information and to apply click here.

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