Opportunities in Plant-based Education

bgen provides members with access to job, internship, volunteering and freelance contract listings in plant-based and environmental education. As a bgen member, you will receive regular job listing updates via email, and you’ll have access to the listings on the bgen website.
bgen welcomes job advertisements from any organisation interested in tapping into bgen’s extensive plant-based and environmental education network. A small fee, which helps support bgen’s work, is charged for job, paid internships and contract advertisements. Adverts for volunteering are free of charge to members.

Please email the bgen coordinator for more information.

Head of Learning, Cambridge University Botanic Garden

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  • Salary: £36,914-£49,553
  • Contract: Full time
  • Closing date: 24th November 2019

Reporting to the Director, the role holder is responsible for the management of the Learning Team which delivers the Garden’s adult education programme, horticultural learning, community projects, outreach activities, schools’ programme, HE and FE learning and family event activities. They should be an excellent communicator, with several years' experience working in the field of education, appropriate … Continue Reading ››

Grow Wild Project Manager, RBG Kew

Unique opportunity at RBG Kew to manage its flagship outreach learning initiative, Grow Wild. We achieve environmental and wellbeing impacts by engaging people across the UK to value and enjoy plants and fungi.

Since 2014, Grow Wild has won multiple national awards for its scale, impact and creativity. During its next phase in 2020 and 2021, Grow Wild will run activities online and on-the-ground to achieve … Continue Reading ››

Grow Wild Engagement and Training Officer, RBG Kew

Exciting opportunity to engage youth and community audiences across the UK to achieve environmental and wellbeing impacts. This is part of RBG Kew’s flagship outreach learning initiative, Grow Wild, which brings people together to value and enjoy plants and fungi.

Since 2014, Grow Wild has won multiple national awards for its scale, impact and creativity. During its next phase in 2020 and 2021, Grow Wild … Continue Reading ››