CERES Community Environment Park is an award‐winning, not-for‐profit, environment park and urban farm located by the Merri Creek in East Brunswick, Melbourne. Once a landfill site and wasteland, today CERES is a thriving, vibrant community. With over 450,000 visitors a year, CERES is the most visited environmental centre in Australia.
Our vision is for everyone to fall in love with the Earth again. CERES is a place for community-based learning and action. Through this, we create better ways of living together in five areas: environmental, social, economic, cultural and spiritual. You can read more about CERES, our educational programs and other social enterprises on our website: www.ceres.org.au.
The CERES School of Nature and Climate is a response to the climate and ecological crisis. Our education offerings, including workshops, courses for adults and student & teachers programs, are designed to develop skills, leadership and resilience that will be needed in the coming decade. Our youth are now leading on climate action and it is our role to help give them knowledge and skills to make changes to their lives, communities and the systems that govern us. We strive to equip people to think differently, act for the planet and be resilient and responsive citizens. We do this through connecting to the learners’ hearts, sharing knowledge to get them to use their heads, and providing applied skills they can implement with their hands.
The Online Learning Coordinator will establish new online education platforms, equipment and programs for CERES School of Nature and Climate. They will coordinate CERES online learning, contribute to learning design, increase student engagement and evaluate the impact on learners.
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Please visit our website to view the full position description. Applications must be submitted via our website and should include the following as one document: