Headliners (UK) is seeking to appoint a talented journalist/project officer to support young people to explore and identify issues surrounding natural heritage at sites across London as part of the Keeping it Wild project. 

 Based: Can Mezzanine, 49-51 East Road, London N1 6AH but requires travel across London.

 Part-time 21 hours a week including some evenings and weekends, fixed term contract for 3 years ending August 2021. 

 Salary: £16,800 (FTE £28,000 pa)

 The project, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, and led by the London Wildlife Trust, aims to empower and inspire young people from backgrounds currently under-represented in natural heritage to take part in conservation work to help the nature on their doorsteps.

The role will deliver the Headliners multi-media learning through journalism programme to support young people to produce stories, videos and photography projects and capture their findings about natural heritage in London and gain accreditation in media and journalism skills. The role will also support young people to engage other young people in natural heritage through peer to peer engagement and through making videos, posters and other media outputs to be shared online and through social media.

As part of the London Wildlife Trust consortium we are pleased to have received funding from HLF for this project and are awaiting permission to start, which is expected in July.

To apply please download the job description and application form and email to [email protected] by 12 noon Friday 27th July 2018.  Interviews will be held on 1st August.

An enhanced DBS is required for this role which we will arrange.  Statement of Intent.  Please note we do not accept CVs.