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Outdoor Instructor

  • Job Location

    Amersham, Buckinghamshire

  • Start date

    Start date negotiable

  • Duration

    Variety of contracts available

  • Job Benefits

    £19,417 p.a. plus meals when at work plus on-site accommodation available


As an Outdoor Instructor, you will facilitate a wide range of activities to support the growth, development and education of the children, young people and adults who visit us.

Activities you will deliver include outdoor sessions such as low ropes, bush craft, orienteering, high ropes, archery; sports sessions including cycling skills; as well as problem-solving activities, arts and craft, and environmental activities. In addition, part of your role will require that you take on the management and development of elements of our programme – helping to develop and improve existing sessions as well as considering the scope for new ones.

We expect you to come with hands-on experience of running excellent outdoor activity sessions and as such are able to hit the ground running. The Outdoor Instructor role offers an excellent opportunity for outdoor instructors to take on additional responsibility and further develop their skills. Once you are established in the role, you will perform ‘Course Director’ duties, acting as the supervisory point of contact for residential groups, although always with the support of senior management. You will have the opportunity to make a real and lasting difference towards centre operations, including having a go at staffing and programming as part of your training, preparing you for more senior roles in future.

Key Information
Salary: £19,417 per annum plus meals when at work
Hours: 42 hours per week - this role requires evening and weekend work
Leave: 31 days per annum plus 8 bank holidays
Term: Ongoing - start date negotiable
Accommodation: Due to the nature of the job we offer accommodation on-site. This accommodation is shared and charged at £229.65 per month (variable in line with the government’s set NMW accommodation offset rate).



You must hold at least one of the following qualifications:

  • ERCA  SPA (RCI), NCWA (CWI), or other relevant ropes-based qualification
  • Archery GB Instructor Award
  • Level 2 Bushcraft Award or equivalent
  • A walking qualification such as s BEL/ ML/ WGL/ LL
  • Mountain Bike Leader/ Instructor or other relevant cycling qualification

A valid First Aid qualification (essential)

D1/PCV minibus license (Desirable)

It would be an advantage to hold the National Pool Lifeguarding Qualification (Desirable)

Computer literate and comfortable using Microsoft Office (Desirable)

About us

Located in the Chilterns, Woodrow High House is a 26-acre site made up of a Grade II listed manor house dating back to the mid-1600s, boasting a 120-bed Outdoor Learning Centre and Leisure Centre complete with swimming pool, sports hall, 3G

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