Application deadline monday 7th January
Education, Outreach & Birthday Party Team Member
The main responsibility of this job role is to assist the education team at Kents Cavern in delivering the nationally significant education and outreach programme. You will do this by conducting educational tours of the cave, as well as hosting up to three, half an hour activities on site.
The educational visits typically lasts 4 hours, and take place during term time for classes from the Early Years Foundation Stage through to University level, for a broad range of topics such as evolution, rocks and fossils, light and dark and the English Riviera UNESCO Global Geopark as well as many more. The majority of our visits are for Key Stage Two classes learning about the Stone Age in Britain.
As part of the job role, you will be required to train as a Kents Cavern Tour Guide in order to familiarise yourself with the information associated with the cave and our health and safety procedures as well as help with the running of outreach programmes and children's activities at Kents Cavern.
This role is principally concerned with entertaining and leading visitors of all ages on guided tours around the cave system.
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The role requires the candidate to be able to work any daytime shift. Leading educational visits, as a cave guide, running children's birthday parties or hosting Stone Age School. Our educational visits take place throughout the school term and peak general public visits are thropughout the school holidays. Any existing holiday commitments should be noted on your CV and we will take these into consideration when determining your suitability for the role.
HOW TO APPLY
Please send in your CV to:
Kents Cavern Prehistoric Caves
Alternatively email your application to [email protected]
Deadline for applications is 7th January.
Interviews will take place on 15th and 16th January.
We are looking for candidates to be able to start by 23rd January.