The primary roles of the Education and Engagement Coordinator are to collaborate with and support ECHO’s multi-disciplinary design and engagement team to foster greater engagement of children in outdoor learning through education, training, support, and communications. The Coordinator works closely with the Senior Education and Engagement Coordinator to develop, support, and implement training and professional development, create content and communications, strengthen existing relationships and create new partnerships, build local and regional expertise and capacity, and provide general administrative support for events and programming. The Coordinator reports to ECHO’s Deputy of Partnership and Development. This is a full-time, 1-year term position, with potential to become a permane

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