Due to the ongoing response to the Covid-19 Pandemic we are unable to expand our team at this time. Please check back later in 2020 for new opportunities. 


As our community grows we will be looking to expand our team with more superstars. Check below for our open positions or contact us to introduce yourself and send us your CV:

"In the end, its not the years in your life that matter, but the life in your years"

 - Abraham Lincoln

Closed Positions

Job title: Associate Educator

Reports to: Lead Educator

Hours: Flexible | 4 to 20 hrs | per week

Progression: Lead Educator / Programme Manager (1 year development pathway)


About Wildlings


Wildlings is one of the first providers of environmental education and nature-themed services outside of the National Parks Service in Singapore. We operate our flag-ship Forest School programme and hands-on nature excursions. We have ambitious plans to expand our programmes through 2020 and beyond, developing our programmes for schools, clubs, and our nature-themed events, workshops and birthday parties.


We value nature itself and its contribution to our survival and wellbeing, meaningful time spent in the natural environment, the intrinsic connection between nature and people, the right of children to have a say in their own learning, and their right to play outside every single day.


We currently operate out of Singapore’s beautiful natural spaces such as Bukit Batok Nature Park, the Singapore Botanic Gardens, Pulau Ubin, and Labrador Nature Park.


Key Responsibilities


We are looking for a part-time, flexible person to help us to grow the Wildlings business. Within one year you could be running your own Forest School programmes, managing a programme of nature themed events, spearheading our work with schools or in charge of our holiday programmes.


Let Wildlings be the launch-pad for your career in environmental education.




  • Assist the Lead Educator in delivering an afternoon drop-off Forest School programme.

  • Voluntarily take the online Level 1 Forest School Assistant training course.

  • Voluntarily attend free guided nature walks run by the NParks service to improve knowledge of tropical flora and fauna.

  • Assist with excursions and events as needed.

  • Research and design exciting, age-appropriate experiences to connect adults and children with the natural world.

  • Support the development of the Wildlings community for learning.


Short term:


  • Supervise drop-in nature play sessions.

  • Assist the lead educator in delivering a new morning drop-off programme.

  • Cover Lead Educator holidays and sickness.

  • Assist with a Holiday Programme in December 2019.

  • Complete the L3 Forest School Leadership Training 

  • Lead Forest School Programmes under the guidance of the Lead Educator whilst in training.

  • Assist with delivering projects and contracts for schools.

  • Assist and help plan events and new excursions.

  • Assist with developing marketing materials such as Instagram posts, blog and newsletter articles.


Person Specification

Personal Traits


You will be:

  • Creative and resourceful

  • Warm and personable with great social skills

  • A problem solver

  • Energetic and physically fit enough to lead outdoor education programmes

  • Respectful

  • Responsible

  • Professional

  • Willing to learn

  • At home in the outdoors

  • Able to work independently as well as whilst supervised


Knowledge (desirable)

  • The natural world and the tropical environment

  • Environmental sustainability, horticulture, entomology, ‘green lifestyles’

  • Learning theory and pedagogy, for example, Reggio Emilia, Multiple Intelligences, Nature Play


Skills (desirable)

  • Wood working

  • Nature crafts

  • Bush craft

  • Knots

  • Tool use

  • Campfire management

  • Campfire cooking

  • First aid


Relevant Qualifications (desirable)

  • Forest School L1 of higher completion certificate

  • Minimum 20hr First Aid qualification, child or outdoor related

  • Diploma in education, such as early years, primary years

  • Forestry or other environmental qualification

  • Outdoor and adventure qualifications


Experience (desirable)

  • Working with children, pre-school to primary ages

  • Previous Forest School experience as a volunteer, assistant or other

  • Environmental education

  • Business development

  • Marketing and customer service


Benefits and Remuneration

  • Flexible, part-time working

  • Training provided

  • Annual bonus

  • Free Forest School for own children

  • Competitive rate per session

  • Possible LOC application

How to Apply

Please email a covering letter addressed to Claire Seabrook explaining why you would like to work for Wildlings and how you meet the person specification.


The email address to send your application to is We will continue to advertise this position until it is filled. 

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