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Garden project volunteer

by sarah last modified 15/01/2020 01:17 PM
Garden project volunteer

Trinity Community Garden Volunteer

Trinity Centre Community Garden

Trinity Community Garden is a hive of activity throughout the year. Photo Paul Blakemore

Trinity are seeking a volunteer to support the Project Coordinator and Project Facilitator to deliver creative outdoor activities and events for local children, families and community groups.

These activities include; Forest School-based sessions i.e nature play, fire lighting, natural craft, den building as well as organic growing, foraging, harvesting activities.

The Project Assistant will help out with:

• helping to plan and make resources for our learning programme

• setting up and packing down resources/equipment for sessions

• supporting our activity sessions working with primary schools and colleges

• supporting holiday events where possible

• gardening tasks such as watering, weeding, planting

• keeping garden and grounds clear of rubbish and debris

• cleaning and maintaining tools and equipment

To be our project assistant volunteer, you will have:

• Good communication skills

• A willingness to learn new skills and share knowledge

• An ability to work as part of a team and use your own initiative

• A non-judgemental and open working approach

• Enthusiasm to learn facilitation skills in outdoor play, healthy cooking/eating, bush-craft, fire lighting, natural craft etc.

• An enjoyment of working outdoors in variable weather conditions throughout the seasons

• Passion for wildlife, nature-play and organic gardening

Equal Opportunities

Trinity Community Arts is an equal opportunities employer and encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of gender, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, religion or belief, socio-economic class.

A commitment to equality of opportunity is a necessary qualification for any job within the organisation.

Safeguarding

A Basic DBS (formerly CRB) will be required for this post, in line with our Safeguarding Policy.

Ex-Offenders

Trinity supports the rehabilitation of ex-offenders and is committed to ensuring that suitable skilled employees are not excluded from this post, where this does not conflict with our Safeguarding Policy.

How to Apply

Download and read the role description

Please download an application form from here and send to claire@trinitybristol.org.uk

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