Camps and outdoor experiences are an important and enjoyable part of school life. Far away from the walls of the daily classroom routine, teachers and students have the opportunity to engage in life changing experiences to develop new skills. OutBeyond provides learning opportunities beyond the walls of classroom but never at the expense of safety.

At OutBeyond, safety is the most important aspect of our programs. Safety is not a checklist, safety is a culture, and through stringent training of our staff, strict policies around planning and risk management, and consultation with industry experts our programs have been designed with safety at the forefront of everything that we do.

Outdoor camp programs in general are by their very nature risky activities, in particular those involving adventure activities, entail a very high degree of risk, however it is through involvement in these inherently risky activities that young people learn valuable life lessons.

Whilst we cannot eliminate risk, the goal is to strike a balance between acceptable risks, those with clear educational benefits which may be managed or controlled through risk management, and unacceptable risks, which should wherever possible be eliminated.

All of our activities are conducted in a manner that ensures that activity instructors, school staff, and program participants are exposed to the most minimum risk possible.

There are four key pillars that underpin OutBeyond's safety culture.

Planning with Teachers and Students.

Students & teachers participating in an OutBeyond program receive hands-on training from OutBeyond staff at your school. Training can range from a few hours to a few days and is tailored and relevant to the program experiences, duration and location.

Coupled with learning activities, OutBeyond training sessions will give all stakeholders an understanding of risk management procedures, the varying natural or urban environments that they will be travelling through and what activities will be undertaken as a part of the itinerary.

OutBeyond tailors specific safety systems and weather contingency procedures for individual programs and destinations.

Our Policies and Risk Management.

OutBeyond has developed a culture of safety through adherence to strict policies and procedures, encouraging open discussion on safety and actively engaging with OutBeyond program stakeholders and participants.

We encourage that school staff rely on administrative support from our team during the planning stages and engagement of school council or school leadership in relation to risk management pertaining to the program.

Our Leaders and Management Team.

At OutBeyond safety is not a checklist' it's our culture. Our leaders are selected and trained to facilitate all elements of our programs with an emphasis on safety, risk assessment and group management.

Every program OutBeyond runs is lead by an OutBeyond leader who is an Australian Qualified Teacher or Outdoor Educator. Our leaders are experienced in practising Outdoor Education, First Aid, Surf Life Saving, international travel and youth development.

Our leadership group has delivered outdoor activities and programs to more than 25,000 students worldwide.

24 Hour Back-up and Operational Support.

Every location is unique and when required OutBeyond leaders and program coordinators will utilise communications systems such as satellite phones, GPS tracking devices, EPIRBs, mobile phones, and radio systems to ensure we can monitor and effectively communicate with OutBeyond programs in real time.

Every program includes an OutBeyond Program Coordinator offering 24 hour standby cover and support, with dedicated 4WD vehicles ready to respond to any situation.

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Some of OutBeyond's Accreditations

Australian Camps Association

Australian Camps Association

OutBeyond is a member of the Australian Camps Association, the peak body for residential camps and activity providers in Australia.

International Duke of Edinburgh Award

International Duke of Edinburgh Award

OutBeyond is a recognised Duke of Ed Employer and a Licensed Operator of providing Duke of Edinburgh programs to schools and individual students.

Licensed Tour Operator

Licensed Tour Operator

OutBeyond is licensed tour operator with Parks Victoria. As the State wide peak body for our National Parks, Parks Victoria govern all National Parks and as an operator in these parks where must adhere to strict rules and regulations set by Parks Victoria.

Leave no Trace

Leave no Trace

We are committed to protecting the outdoors by teaching and inspiring people to enjoy it responsibly. We are endorsed by LNT to provide education programs on the environment and outdoor ethics.

International Camping Fellowship

International Camping Fellowship

OutBeyond is a member of the International Camping Fellowship (ICF) as a key contributor to camping and camp programs on an international level.

Parks Victoria

Parks Victoria

OutBeyond is an accredited provider of nature based education programs and outdoor education programs with Parks Victoria,

Australian Education Future Unlimited License

Australian Education Future Unlimited License

OutBeyond has been identified and endorsed as an influential provider of International Education products and services to schools, universities and training colleges.

Australian Tourism Accreditation Program

Australian Tourism Accreditation Program

OutBeyond is an accredited under the ATAP quality assurance accreditation program

To request a full disclosure of OutBeyond certification and accreditation information, please send us an information request.

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Operations Manager (New Zealand)

Operations Manager (New Zealand)
Applications Closed

Department
FTE 0.8 (30-34 hours per week on average)
Operations
Reports to
FTE 0.8 (30-34 hours per week on average)
Managing Director
Employment Type
FTE 0.8 (30-34 hours per week on average)
9 months, with a review at 3 months
Location
New Zealand (Auckland or Wellington) some remote work
Applications Open
December 7, 2018
Applications Close
January 24, 2019

Position Summary

The Operations Manager (New Zealand) is a new role which has been developed to enable our New Zealand strategic plan to come to life and for our growth ambitions to be achieved. The applicant should be interested in business and administration and have a passion for developing and implementing new business initiatives and ideas.

You will be responsible for growing the New Zealand customer base as well as the program delivery requirements managing the day to day operations of the business within New Zealand. The role is suited to individuals with a high level of attention to customer service and customer experience, attention to detail, meticulous management skills, sales and marketing experience, logistics and delivery of tours and educational travel programs, and a passion for developing and growing successful businesses.

The position is suited to teachers or tourism professionals with at least 2 years’ experience, and requires applicants to be enthusiastic, energetic, demonstrate charisma and passion when it comes to working in travel and outdoor settings with young people. The position requires some flexibility with working hours, the ability to travel to and work in program delivery destinations across New Zealand, visit customers and client schools, and establish and nurture delivery partners/suppliers.You must have some experience in education or travel.  

You will need to take initiative in creating new programs, supplier partners, itineraries, programming curriculum and have a foundational understanding of theNew Zealand education system, NZ Tourism industry and program delivery locations/sites to ensure that we deliver safe, student-led outstanding customer experiences inline with our company mission.

Applications for this position are now closed.
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International Education Assistant (Japan)

International Education Assistant (Japan)
Applications Closed

Department
Starting at approximately FTE 0.4 (14 – 19 hours per week average)
Japan (Marketing and Promotions)
Reports to
Starting at approximately FTE 0.4 (14 – 19 hours per week average)
Managing Director
Employment Type
Starting at approximately FTE 0.4 (14 – 19 hours per week average)
4 months, with a review at 3 months, where we will aim to transition the internship into a full-time role for 6-12 months.
Location
Australia, New Zealand and Japan
Applications Open
December 7, 2018
Applications Close
February 1, 2019

Position Summary

The International Education Assistant (Japan) is a very important role to the overall success of the Japan export strategy of OutBeyond. The position is responsible for managing the day to day marketing and promotions activities within our Japan strategy. The role is suited to individuals with a high level of attention to detail, design and communications expertise, time management skills, and a passion for helping small businesses that exist for impact. The position requires applicants to have an enthusiastic attitude, be energetic, and demonstrate a wide range of skills in marketing and promotion. The position requires some flexibility with working hours, occasional travel to work in the Japanese market, and some program delivery destinations in Australia, New Zealand and Japan.

The International Education Assistant (Japan) will, from time to time, may be required to assist with creating new programs, supplier partners, itineraries, programming curriculum and have an in depth understanding of our program delivery locations to ensure that we deliver outstanding customer experiences in line with our company mission.

Applications for this position are now closed.
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International Education Assistant (China)

International Education Assistant (China)
Applications Closed

Department
Starting at approximately FTE 0.4 (14 – 19 hours per week average)
China (Marketing and Promotions)
Reports to
Starting at approximately FTE 0.4 (14 – 19 hours per week average)
Managing Director
Employment Type
Starting at approximately FTE 0.4 (14 – 19 hours per week average)
4 months, with a review at 3 months, where we will aim to transition the internship into a full-time role for 6-12 months.
Location
Australia, New Zealand and China
Applications Open
December 7, 2018
Applications Close
February 1, 2019

Position Summary

The International Education Assistant (China) isa very important role to the overall success of the China export strategy ofOutBeyond. The position is responsible for managing the day to day marketing and promotions activities within our China strategy. The role is suited to individuals with a high level of attention to detail, design and communications expertise, time management skills, and a passion for helping small businesses that exist for impact. The position requires applicants to have an enthusiastic attitude, be energetic, and demonstrate a wide range of skills in marketing and promotion. The position requires some flexibility with working hours, occasional travel to work in the China market, and some program delivery destinations in Australia, New Zealand and China.

The International Education Assistant (China) will, from time to time, may be required to assist with creating new programs, supplier partners, itineraries, programming curriculum and have an in depth understanding of our program delivery locations to ensure that we deliver outstanding customer experiences in line with our company mission.

Applications for this position are now closed.
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Program Coordinator

Program Coordinator
Applications Closed

Department
Program Service Delivery
Reports to
Operations Manager and Director
Employment Type
Part time, casual or contractor
Location
Australasia (Melbourne based)
Applications Open
October 19, 2018
Applications Close
November 30, 2018

Position Summary

We are looking for 5 x Program Coordinators that possess the qualities and characteristics that will help educate young people in outdoor and travel based environments.  This position requires passion, enthusiasm, energy and a dedication to working with young people and the environment. The Program Coordinator is essentially responsible for managing the day to day operations of our programs by providing total support to the student groups in the field. This role is suited to teachers, camp leaders, outdoor educators, and tour guides who have some management and logistics experience. The position requires applicants to have an enthusiastic attitude, be energetic, and demonstrate significant amounts of charisma and passion when it comes to working with young people. The position requires some flexibility with working hours and experience in education and working with children. You will be responsible for managing the expectations of the student groups, their respective accompanying teachers, and most importantly the program facilitators so that they can carry out their job. You will need to assist with creating program itineraries including the program curriculum, have an in depth understanding of our program locations and ensure the outstanding delivery of customer experience and management of field staff.

Applications for this position are now closed.
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Regional Operations Manager

Regional Operations Manager
Applications Closed

Department
Operations
Reports to
Managing Director
Employment Type
Full time contract
Location
Asia-Pacific Regions
Applications Open
October 19, 2018
Applications Close
December 5, 2018

Position Summary

The Regional Operations Manager is responsible for managing the day to day operations of the business within the assigned region(s).  The role is suited to individuals with a high level of attention to detail, meticulous management skills, systems analysis and design, logistical process implementation and delivery, and a passion for developing and growing small business. The position requires applicants to have an enthusiastic attitude, be energetic, and demonstrate significant amounts of charisma and passion when it comes to working in an environment that ultimately serves young people. The position requires some flexibility with working hours, the ability to travel to and work in program delivery destinations, customer locations, and supplier locations in Australia, New Zealand and Asia. You must be able to demonstrate experience in education and working with children. You will be responsible for managing the overall expectations of our client groups, accompanying teachers, and most importantly the program coordinators and facilitators so that they can carry out their job. You will need to assist with creating new programs, supplier partners, itineraries, programming curriculum and have an in depth understanding of our program delivery locations to ensure that we deliver outstanding customer experiences in line with our company mission.

Applications for this position are now closed.
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Program Facilitator

Program Facilitator
Applications Closed

Department
Program Service Delivery
Reports to
Program Coordinator & Operations Manager
Employment Type
Contracted Casual Employee
Location
Australasia (Melbourne based)
Applications Open
October 1, 2018
Applications Close
November 30, 2018

Position Summary

We are looking for 20 x Program Facilitators that possess the qualities and characteristics that will help educate young people in outdoor and travel based environments.  This position requires passion, enthusiasm, energy and a dedication to working with young people and the environment. The position requires flexibility with working hours, patience and some experience in management, physical/outdoor education, tourism, education, and/or adventure activities in the outdoors. You will be responsible for leading and managing a group of students and their accompanying teachers nationally and internationally. You will need to understand the program itinerary including the program content, geographics and delivery methods in order to show expertise in your leadership delivery.

Applications for this position are now closed.
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Our Values

Fun

We love what we do and make it fun to be involved. When it comes to fun, we’re bold, creative and don’t take ourselves too seriously (most of the time). We recognise and celebrate our achievements and successes as one family with a big imagination.

Global Citizenship

We nurture personal respect and respect for others, wherever they live. We encourage individuals to think deeply and critically about what is equitable and just, and what will minimise harm to our planet.

Empathy

We encourage curiosity and strive to understand our team members, partners and clients and accept them, treating them as we’d like to be treated – as unique, valuable individuals

Trust

Above all else, we value the truth. The most important thing is to keep our word, never taking advantage of anyone and always telling the truth. We will always pursue openness and honesty, even when it hurts or we have bad news to deliver.

Teamwork

We work together across borders and perceived boundaries to meet the needs of our customers, team members and partners to help everyone win.

Loyalty

On every occasion, we are loyal to our team members, and treat our community like family.

Grit

We embrace all challenges with open arms,  persevere over long periods of time, and never lose the passion.

Respect

We treat ourselves and others as people of value; and accept everyone’s differences as strengths to enhance what we do.

Integrity

Honest, equitable and non-discriminatory treatment of program participants, partners and employees.

Enhanced learning

We take initiative, focus on student outcomes through enhancing the learning opportunity. We learn from our mistakes as well as our successes to deliver excellence on a real level.

Thought Leadership

We encourage and empower our people to ask the challenging questions, in search of the deepest answers, in order to tap into talent, experience and passion.

Forward Thinking

We depend on forward thought, and thrive on working with our community to create shared value and lasting impact, to serve the younger generations.

Innovation

The world is changing fast, and young people will need to be agile and willing to adapt to meet tomorrow’s world head on. We’re learning all the time. We listen to others. 

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