Real World. Real Jobs. Amazing and diverse locations. Career Opportunities. Journeys and Camps environments
We believe that nothing prepares kids for real life like the real world. And that bumps to the body and bruises to the ego early on in life make them stronger and harder to break later.
As Australia’s most established outdoor education provider, we’ve not just got years of experience; we’re prepared for everything the future’s yet to bring.
We employ 300+ staff. Some full-time. Others seasonal. Many under roofs. Many more in the open air. All committed to creating an inclusive, progressive, and supportive workplace.
We offer real careers. And provide real opportunities. To live, learn, and earn in the real world.
As an Outdoor Educator, you will give kids the desire to overcome difficulties. Lessons and learnings with long-term benefits. A taste for toughing it out. And a better understanding of both themselves, and their place in the world around them.
Applications should include:
• Cover Letter
• Logbook (please request template)
For further information please contact Eyrnn at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our next intake starts the 14th of April, or if you have the relevant skill sets, an immediate start.
All employees of The Outdoor Education Group are required to hold a current Working with Children Check and Australian Federal Police Check. Please include a copy in your application, or note your willingness and ability to obtain these checks to meet our requirements.
Two years experience in outdoor education or related field desirable.
Logged experience in one or more of the following skills; Bush Walking/Trekking, Canoeing, Abseiling, Climbing, Mountain biking, High and Low ropes, Rafting, Sea Kayaking and Ski Touring.
Wilderness First Aid or equivalent (min 50hrs course) is required prior to employment for journey based staff and highly advantageous for staff that are camps based.