Regional Senior Tutor (North London, Essex and Suffolk)

Field Studies Council

Regional Senior Tutor (peripatetic)

  • Field Studies Council’s East Region, covering North London, Essex & Suffolk.
  • Up to £26,110 per annum + Benefits
  • 37.5 hours per week / Permanent.

Love where you work!

This is an exciting opportunity to join the Field Studies Council, one of the UK’s leading
providers of outdoor environmental education. Field Studies Council is a pioneering
environmental education charity committed to enabling people discover, explore, understand, and
be inspired by the world around us.

Established in 1943, our network of Learning Locations provide day and residential courses for
all ages, from young children to retired adults, from schools and communities throughout the
UK, reaching many others through our publications and community-based programmes.

What you’ll be doing

Imagine a job where you can use your environmental knowledge every day, helping to shape the
minds of the new generation. A job where you work as part of a team in the great outdoors,
inspiring others and developing passions for the future.

Teaching with Field Studies Council gives you a role with both challenge and opportunity, and a
chance to start young people on a journey of discovery that can last a lifetime.

Field Studies Council are looking for people with a curiosity for the world around us, a
passion for the natural history of the British Isles and an ability to enthuse and inspire

Please refer to the vacancy pack for full details of the responsibilities of the role.

Where you’ll be based

This is a peripatetic (travelling) role to work on a ‘relief’ basis at our beautiful locations
in the East. The locations identified below are the predominant locations, but at times and as
business need may require the successful candidate will need to support other locations within
the region or across other Field Studies Council centres.

Our East Locations:

Field Studies
Council Epping Forest

Field Studies
Council Flatford Mill

Studies Council London: The Regent’s Park

Studies Council London: Urban Sites

Studies Council London: Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

The post is offered on a non-resident basis; however, accommodation will be provided whilst
working at a location away from your home area.

Come and be part of the team! We look forward to your application.

We ask that you have

  • A great work ethic where aptitude and attitude are key
  • A natural pride in the work you produce
  • A flexible and adaptive approach able to perform using your own initiative both
    independently and as a team player
  • A professional manner in all that you do
  • An empathy with the aims and objectives of Field Studies Council
  • A committed and proactive approach to personal development; motivated to learn new skills
    and overcome new challenges


  • Holidays – 28 days, excluding bank holidays (increases with length of service – up to 2
    extra days)
  • Pension
  • Sick Pay
  • 24hr Counselling Helpline Service
  • Life Assurance
  • Health Cash Plan
  • Training & Development
  • Happy to talk flexible working!

If you have any queries regarding this vacancy, please call Scott Wycherley (Education Manager)
on Tel No. 01743 852100.

We look forward to receiving your application in due course.

The closing date for receipt of your completed application is 12 midnight on 5 April

Applications will be considered on arrival.

Interviews are scheduled to take place online via ZOOM on a rolling basis.

Shortlisted applicants will be contacted by email.

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