Overview – Another Way 

Another Way is a charity founded by Amy Bray in 2019, when she was 16. We educate and influence those around us, inspiring all to live with kindness towards our planet. We are youth-led with a multi-generational appeal. 

We are scaling fast, particularly as our Power of 10 app grows, extending our community of young changemakers. 

Role headlines 

The Schools and Partnership Lead will help to build our Power of 10 movement, empowering young people across the UK to take environment action. 

You will work with schools, youth groups and other charities to grow our community of young people, inspire them to protect our planet and support them to do so. You will be at the forefront of our unique flagship project, helping Another Way to grow nationally and leading the growth of the first ever digital community for young changemakers. 

You will be part of a dynamic, ambitious and fast-paced team and have a flexible, virtual working lifestyle, with the ability to travel to schools across the UK. 

Role details 

Workshop delivery and outreach 

  • Create and deliver solutions-based workshops on climate and nature to schools nationally 
  • Promote our existing resources and school toolkits to teachers 
  • Give a blend of in-person and online workshops and talks at events, conferences, community groups and in schools 
  • Expand our outreach by creating and implementing a communications strategy to engage teachers, schools and youth groups 
  • Find and create new partnerships with schools, identifying opportunities to maximise our reach and impact 

Power of 10 app community engagement 

  • Work with our existing Power of 10 community of young climate leaders to support their climate and nature action in schools 
  • Help to moderate the Power of 10 app and communicate with users, especially through our Changemaker Helpline 
  • Increase and grow our community by promoting Power of 10 through partners and schools 
  • Recruit new Regional Reps for the Power of 10 movement, and help to enhance their skills and development, working with them to promote Power of 10 in their communities 

Partnership relations building 

  • Manage existing relationships with key stakeholders in environmental education and climate action in schools 
  • Build new relationships with key partners to deliver our impact and strategy 
  • Identify new opportunities to join or form partnerships for reaching schools and young people 
  • Get creative in leveraging unusual partnerships outside of the echo chamber of the environment sector to maximise our reach to diverse young people 


  • Help to organise events such as our Power of 10 festival, and workshops for young people and schools to connect and learn about climate solutions 
  • Work with partners to fill and promote our events calendar on the Power of 10 app to offer opportunities to our community 


  • Monitoring and evaluating the impact of all education activities 

Must haves: 

  • Your beliefs and passion align strongly with the vision and values of Another Way. You are energetic and flexible.
  • You are great at working with and communicating to young people and have a track record of great education
  • You are passionate about building a youth-led movement
  • You can think outside the box to help overcome barriers to reaching young people and teachers
  • You are knowledgeable, or willing to learn, about climate change and environmental issues
  • You are great at building and maintaining relationships
  • You are hands-on, solutions-oriented and well organised.
  • You are a team player who can work well independently.
  • You are a good communicator and have strong presentation skills. 


  • Prior experience working within a similar position leading communication to teachers and young people 
  • You have experience delivering science communication to schools or young people 
  • A degree or other qualification in a relevant subject 
  • Knowledge and understanding of the UK school system and curriculum 
  • Previous network-building and relationships within environmental education 
  • Knowledge of project management and evaluation 

About the role 

  • 35 hours per week 
  • 25 days’ holiday plus UK public holidays 
  • £27 000- 30,000 salary p.a. depending on experience 
  • Remote working, with travel across the UK 
  • You will be part of a dynamic, committed team making a measurable difference 
  • We welcome and prioritise applications from young people, people who have experienced socioeconomic disadvantage and those from global majority groups. If you don’t feel that you fill all of our criteria, but are passionate about this role, please get in touch with hello@another-way.org.uk to see if you would be a good fit 

How to apply 

Please fill out this application form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfZGlYwnCLh8K2LK6e1Se82Cx0nvG_g9098UIfv6hfKD-B6oQ/viewform?usp=sf_link 

Closing date: 27th May 2024 

Interviews: 29th-31st May 2024