Expression of Interest

Kinglake West, Australia

Our facilitation crew lead groups on camp, guiding young people through our experiential education programs and create an environment within the group where participants feel safe and supported. Whether it's running Challenge Ropes at our hardtop camp, or leading a hike on our Journey programs, below you will find a detailed list of what is involved in being a facilitator.

Roles and Responsibilities

Non- Delivery 

  • Preparation for Camp or Journeys 
  • Various Project from time to time
  • Occasional secondment to other camps or activity providers for development or camp community assistance 

Delivery 

These programs relate to KFAC or JDP programs. 

  • Guide young people through our experiential education programs and build engagement around behavioural development. 
  • Lead and facilitate experiential programs with a focus on delivering the KFAC Metaprogram in an outdoor setting while minimising risks.
  • Motivated to drive continuous development of your leadership and skills, to promote self-development and wellbeing, resolve conflicts, and create a positive group experience.  
  • Committed to fostering an environment to create wellbeing within individuals, and their group. 
  • Actively work towards KFAC/JDP purpose, goals and strategy, embracing ownership of their group leadership facilitating role. 
  • Take initiative and hold a team mind-set, aiding others and seeking help when needed.
  • Foster strong relationships with participating external stakeholders on programs including school and organisation staff members. 
Everybody

Have strong intentions to help make the organisation successful, no matter what role they have

Customer Relationship
Autonomy
Administrative Work
Personal Development
Vocational/Tertiary Qualifications

Attitude we are looking for

  • A heart for positive change and growth
  • Someone who lives for the outdoors
  • Someone who enjoys working in a team
  • Someone who thrives in social settings
  • The desire to teach mindfulness and positive psychology

Must Have

  • An exceptional communicator with great interpersonal skills
  • Experience with Outdoor Rec/Young People
  • Wilderness 1st Aid or Remote Area 1st Aid
  • Hard skills in bushwalking
  • Manual License

Nice to have

  • Medium Rigid Licence
  • Outdoor Ed or Sport and Rec Teaching Qualification (or in progression)
  • Challenge Ropes Conduct or Supervise Certificate
  • Cert IV in Outdoor Rec or progression towards

What's great about working with us.


  • Gelling with an amazing crew that feels like home.
  • Being in and around nature all the time.
  • Working with a team who love what they do.
  • Going on adventures ever day.
  • Only 60min from Melbourne CBD

Competitive Pay

Above award rates
Overnight rates when on-call

Skill Qualification based pay scaling - Personal Development Is beefing up the brain and the bank account!


Learning on the Job

Annual paid staff training

Plenty of opportunities for personal development, further training and mentoring


Connect with People

Meet like-minded people amongst your fellow crew. and enjoy multiple fun staff functions throughout the year, as well as regular Friday afternoon crew-hangs after a big week!


Eat. Sleep. Get outdoors. Repeat.

All meals and accomodation provided by us while you're working.

And our food is YUM, we promise!