As an Outdoor Educator, you will support students to overcome difficulties through learning with long-term benefits. They will develop a taste for toughing it out, and a better understanding of both themselves, and their place in the world around them.

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In a rapidly changing and unpredictable future, resilience, strength and health will be crucial for tackling life’s challenges. Outdoor education enhances classroom curriculum by allowing students to apply those principles in new environments.

As a Camps Outdoor Educator, you will encourage, excite and lead students in a site you’ll know like the back of your hand.


And the best news? You don't need a background as an Outdoor Educator to make a difference to students at our Camps.


Our Learning and Development team take your professional development pathway in hand and design your initial entry, and then you take your career trajectory and work with us on your next steps.


Join our Camps team and inspire young minds.

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The Outdoor Education Group is one of the largest providers of outdoor learning in Australia with a reputation for quality and innovation.


As an Outdoor Educator you will facilitate programs that aid The Outdoor Education Group to realise the potential to make outdoor learning accessible to more young people.

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We have state-specific positions, so please let us know whether you are interested in Outdoor Educator roles in our camps in New South Wales or Victoria.


In Camp Wombaroo, Camp Marysville or Camp Jungai you could be working on anything from  Year 3-4  fun and adventure programs to Year 7’s focusing on self-confidence and resilience to Year 8-10 focusing on leadership; education and facilitation set the challenge.


No week will be the same, yet the activities will remain the constant. Interested?

  • NSW intake starts the 4th January 2021
  • VIC intake starts the 11th January 2021


Role Overview - Outdoor Educator Camps


As a member of The Outdoor Education Group Outdoor Learning Division and a direct report to a Program Coordinator, you will:

  • Take responsibility in the scope of your role for the performance, reputation and growth of The Outdoor Education Group.
  • Work collaboratively with your colleagues to manage and support day to day activities.
  • Role model passion for the benefits of outdoor education for the development of young Australians.
  • Role model The Outdoor Education Group values of respect and taking responsibility for self, others and the natural world.
  • Support the implementation of key strategies and actions that support the achievement of The Outdoor Education Group’s strategic vision and objectives.
  • Participate in and support the overall work of The Outdoor Education Group.
Your Responsibilities - Outdoor Educator Camps


As an Outdoor Educator your responsibilities will include:

  • Lead groups in compliance with The Outdoor Education Group’s risk management practice and policies as outlined in the Field Practice Manual.
  • Maintain and promote the welfare of the group, using support network as needed to resolve conflict and develop a positive group climate in meeting program challenges.
  • Facilitate effective group interaction and individual learning at all times (based on core values of respect and responsibility) using our Theory of Change model.
  • Deliver the specified educational framework and facilitate a transfer of these to the participants’ home and school environment as part of the ‘entire experience’.
  • Develop and maintain effective professional relationships with the school staff members and other support staff (internal and external) while on program.
  • Complete all rostered projects and other work to a professional standard and to meet the specified requirements of that work.
  • Practice and teach minimal impact, encourage discussion and behaviour that promotes these principles.
  • Be accountable for the care of all gear, resources and equipment in your control.
Skills and Attributes - Outdoor Educator Camps


To The Outdoor Education Group you bring:

  • A passion for outdoor education and the benefit it brings to the building of social capital in young Australians.
  • A passion for having a positive social impact.
  • Ability to maintain professionalism and establish clear levels of communication with regards to needs of the program, in-field program management & leadership with our clients.
  • Ability to adopt leadership strategies which account for changes to the group; individuals and nature of the program.
  • Ability to manage the needs of the group and program in relation to wellbeing, safety briefings and risk management systems.
  • Ability to identify and manage hazards on a continual basis.
  • Ability to demonstrate knowledge of activity-specific incident trends
  • Ability to utilise a range of facilitation practices to maintain an educational focus and create a positive learning environment.
  • Ability to apply teaching practices such as lesson planning, identifying learning preferences & utilising teaching resources to support learning.
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The Outdoor Education Group is a for-purpose organisation, seeking to make learning outdoors accessible to all young Australians.


Founded in 1984, our not for profit position enables us to provide outdoor education to schools and community groups across the country, while investing to improve the opportunities offered to more young Australians.


The Outdoor Education Group works with schools across the country to bring education outdoors and supports students to become real world ready.


Our team of more than 400 diversely talented and experienced people support and deliver outdoor education for more than 48,000 students each year in locations across Victoria, New South Wales, South Australian, Western Australia, Northern Territory and Tasmania.