New job opportunities at Royal Botanic Gardens Kew

There are a number of job opportunities at Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, full details can be found on the Kew website following the relevant links below:

Community & Access Learning Manager

  • Hours of work: Full time
  • Contract Type: Fixed Term (FTA)
  • Contract end: date 4 years
  • Salary: £32,000 per annum
  • Closing date: 20th January 2020

The Community and Access Learning Manager will join the Visitor Learning team to take a key role in the ongoing development and management of Kew’s community and access learning programmes, engaging audiences in learning about Kew Science and Horticulture and encouraging an ongoing connection with, and passion for Kew.

With the Visitor Learning team you will support the development and delivery of a number of projects that form part of the Temperate House Activity Plan ensuring they are innovative in approach, represent best practice in the field, and build towards sustainable relationships and long-term audience engagement.

FIND OUT MORE AND TO APPLY: visit the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew website

Learning Programme Teacher x 6 (Zero Hours)

  • Hours of work: Zero
  • Contract Type: Permanent
  • Salary: £26,500 per annum pro rata
  • Directorate: Horticulture, Learning & Operations
  • Closing Date: 19/01/2020

Looking for a challenge in teaching? This is a unique opportunity to work in a diverse, inspirational and exciting learning environment.

Schools are integral to our work and vision, with abroad curriculum linked programme for visiting schools which spans Early Years, Primary, Secondary and Tertiary education (100,000+ participants per annum). Our aim is to inspire and develop lifelong connections with the natural world and foster dialogue about the need for sustainable lifestyles.

We are looking for experienced and innovative educators, with proven delivery experience and a passion for outdoor learning for all. The role requires creative, organised, flexible and inspirational team players with a good knowledge of the national curriculum across multiple key stages. You will be required to teach all age ranges from Early Years, Primary to Secondary pupils.

FIND OUT MORE AND TO APPLY: visit the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew website

Learning Programme Science Teacher (Part time, 28.8 hours per week)

  • Hours of work: Part time
  • Part-time hours: 28.8 hours per week
  • Contract Type: Permanent
  • Salary: £26,500 per annum pro rata
  • Directorate: Horticulture, Learning & Operations
  • Closing Date: 19/01/2020

We are looking for an experienced and innovative part-time secondary school teacher in biology, with proven delivery experience of GCSE and A level and a passion for outdoor learning for all. The role requires a creative, organised, flexible and inspirational team player with a good knowledge of the secondary school national curriculum across multiple key stages. You will be required to teach all age ranges from Early Years, Primary to Secondary pupils.

FIND OUT MORE AND TO APPLY: visit the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew website