Green Corridors is a Durban based non-profit organization that aims to see communities thrive in balance with the habitats around them. Green Corridors co-creates open spaces in key areas around Durban that integrate social, environmental and economic needs. From these spaces, we run a range of projects focused on ecotourism, youth development, environmental management and waste beneficiation.

Green Corridors is seeking a project manager for our wilderness parks projects. The project manager's core role will be to manage, promote and facilitate environmental education programmes embedded within a human development focus as well as manage the operational, staff and financial matters of the Wilderness Parks.

Key duties include

  • Implementation and adaptation of lifespan development programmes within the outdoor environment
  • Clinical supervision and fieldwork planning for final year university students
  • Facilitation of individual intervention sessions for occupational therapy clients
  • Implementation of capacity building for teachers and new volunteers in human development and occupation-based wilderness programmes
  • Participation in workshops with stakeholders to expand wilderness park concepts
  • New programme planning based on the needs of wilderness parks and community
  • Screening and referral of children to necessary services e.g. occupational therapy/speech therapy/audiology when the need is found
  • Community outreach
  • Management of the Wilderness Parks site staff, youth mentors and security
  • Preparing monthly and quarterly reports
  • Assist with fundraising for the further development and improvement of the Park
  • Attending management meetings
  • Arranging the marketing of site products and programmes
  • Performing administrative duties for the Site
  • Ensuring the maintenance of the structures and facilities
  • Assist the head office with site-related matters as needed

Applicants should possess:

  • Qualification required: Qualified Occupational Therapist (Grade 1) or other related degrees
  • Experience: Suitable experience in developing programmes across the lifespan is recommended
  • Knowledge and understanding of childhood development
  • Knowledge and understanding of lifespan milestones, adaptations and transitions
  • The ability to take initiative, problem-solve and adapt programmes where necessary
  • Culturally and community sensitive
  • Excellent teamwork, communication and training skills
  • Understanding of community practice principles and sustainability
  • Good administrative and supervisory skills
  • Experience working with children or youth
  • Knowledge or experience in Environmental Education or conservation
  • Passionate, enthusiastic, vibrant and outgoing personality
  • Driver Licence
  • No criminal record 

Fluent in English and at least basic isiZulu preferable

To apply for this position, please email your CV to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with a letter of motivation by 17h00 on Wednesday 5th January 2022.

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