Outfitmoray – The Vision looking for a job in the outdoors?



Yesterday I was with Outfit Moray  of whom I am the patron  they had a get together at the lovely Newbold House in Forres to look towards the future. This was a great opportunity for us all to get together to look at affirming our values, focussing on our vision/mission and beginning to update our strategy as we move forward as one organisation. It was interesting to see how similar we are in our core values of life and what we can give to the organisation in the future, I am hoping for good health to be more pro active next year.

A great bunch of people.

A great bunch of people. Outfitmoray Team.

Outfit Moray is an award-winning charity and social enterprise delivering outdoor learning, adventure and nature exploration programmes which transform lives.

Founded in 2003, we have worked with over 14,000 children and young people; building confidence, self-esteem and resilience, providing positive role models and encouraging the acquisition of life skills and new experiences through challenge and positive risk taking.

We are a visionary, ambitious and passionate organisation committed to making a difference to the lives of others and particularly those who are vulnerable and disadvantaged.

Our unique approach to learning, education, training and development applies to all that we do, whether working one-to-one with children referred to us, running holiday and respite weeks for vulnerable children, outdoor learning and adventure programmes with schools, or activity sessions to improve health and well-being in adults.

We take a holistic approach to our work; founded on the principles of charity, care and compassion, building trust, valuing courage, patience and integrity, developing social skills and team work, respect for human dignity and taking a selfless approach to the needs of others. It is our aim to encourage positive growth: mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually, to provide hope for a better future, to improve happiness, health and well-being and to create a sense of life purpose.

Outfitmoray Dec activities

Outfit Moray provides a supportive structure for a number of charitable and socially enterprising projects to flourish in line with our Vision and Mission, and in particular Earthtime and Bike Revolution. We apply our core values to these projects and actively promote them as part of our work in caring for others and our planet.

Outfit Moray strives to be carbon neutral, to reduce waste and to encourage recycling and upcycling. We are signatories to Scotland’s Climate Change Pledge.

Please could you share this job opportunity please:

We’re looking for a Lead Instructor to join our team!

If you know an outdoor enthusiast who is keen to pass on their skills and experience to the next generation, and change lives through outdoor learning and adventure, and nature exploration, then pass on this link to the Job Description and Person Specification and encourage them to apply 😉

Thank you for your interest in working for Outfit Moray and Bike Revolution. We currently have the following positions available: LEAD OUTDOOR INSTRUCTOR Full-time, permanent position: 40 hours per week Salary: £21,500 Closing Date: Monday 18th January 2016 Interview Date: TBC,

Newbold House Forres

Newbold House Forres.

We envision a world where people live in a Life-Sustaining culture which supports the interconnected well being of individuals, communities and the Earth”

“Our Mission is to provide inspiring courses and nurturing retreats, which offer people from diverse backgrounds a lived experience of this culture and the practical tools for developing it”

Newbold House, 111 St Leonards Road, Forres is an ideal venue set in 10 acres of its own grounds. I loved this place for the short time I was there, what a lovely place. They provided lunch for us and all their produce is either sourced locally or from their own walled garden. I had to leave  sadly early as I had a funeral to attend but what a productive morning with so many people who want to help others, it was a privileged to be there.

Thanks to all for an informative and thought provoking morning.




About heavywhalley.MBE

After dinner speaker Lecturer and Mountain Rescue Specialist. Environmentalist. Spent 36 years with RAF Mountain Rescue and 4 years with a civilian Team . Still an active Mountaineer and loves the wild places.
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