Visitor Engagement Volunteer

A new role has been developed in conjunction with the Education and Fundraising departments and we are looking for volunteers at both Howletts and Port Lympne parks.

This is an exciting opportunity for individuals to help us enhance visitor experience and raise awareness of the work being done at the parks and by The Aspinall Foundation.

This particular role revolves around visitor engagement and includes a range of activities from promoting fundraising events to discussing our overseas conservation projects; giving volunteers a chance to really hone their conservation communication skills, get involved with our Education departments and learn about the multifaceted approach needed for an international conservation organisation.

Successful candidates will act as information hot-spots at busy points throughout the parks and engage visitors through short talks and activities. You will be provided with up-to-date information each day, which will enable you to increase visitor knowledge and enrich their visit.

We are looking for candidates who are enthusiastic, approachable and friendly with a genuine interest in conservation and can confidently represent the parks and The Aspinall Foundation. Applicants should be available to volunteer 1 – 5 days per week between 9am and 5pm. Full training and supervision will also be given.

How to Apply

Interested? Please contact Jessica Wise for further details at or you can call us directly on 01303 234136.

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Key Information


The Aspinall Foundation


Fixed Term, Permanent


Full Time, Part Time


Entry Level


Education, Nature & Wildlife


Kent, United Kingdom

Application Deadline:

31st December 2017 at 1:15pm

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