We have a range of leader opportunities available from Adventure Leaders, Expedition Medics to Creative Media Leaders, simply click on the images below to see further information. If you would like to find out more about our expeditions visit our leaders pages for the Peruvian Amazon, Indian Himalayas, Canadian Yukon, Namibia, or Iceland.
We welcome leaders from all backgrounds with a wide variety of skills and experience. We’re looking for men and women who can lead and inspire, teach and coach, and are comfortable spending extended periods in harsh and remote environments. In all roles, preference will be given to individuals who are able to demonstrate experience of working with young people relevant to the expedition client group and experience of the environment pertinent to the expedition location.
Our Adventure Leaders are responsible for planning and managing the adventurous activities of the group during an expedition.
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Responsible for many of the logistical aspects of an expedition, including equipment and food as well as managing environmental impact.
Responsible for the construction and delivery of scientific projects in conjunction with the Chief Scientist.
Responsible for mentoring and assisting the development of Trainee Leaders who are undertaking our leadership course.
Our medical teams consist of qualified medical professionals and may include Doctors, Nurses or Paramedics.
Our River Leaders are responsible for the safety of an expedition while the team are on or near water.
Responsible for devising inspirational and engaging projects with a focus on developing media related skills.
The Chief Leader’s ‘Right Hand Man’ who will need to compliment his/her skills; resulting in the role being largely varied.
The Chief Scientist takes overall responsibility for all scientific fieldwork taking place on an expedition.
Responsible for the care of a group and to conduct regular group reviews and offer sensitive and constructive feedback.
Current employees of participating schools with experience of managing students both inside and outside the classroom.
Accompany a group of adventurers on expedition and take responsibility for the delivery of activities.