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  • 29 Jun 2022 11:10 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Closing Date: July 6th

    Job Title: Science Education Officer

    Location: The Francis Crick Institute, London, NW1

    Salary: From £32k

    Contract: Permanent, full time. 

    This role is an excellent opportunity for someone with a STEM background and love of science to join our team of enthusiastic science educators, who aim to inspire the next generation of children and show them that science is ‘for them’. The successful candidate will be highly motivated, well organized and with a strong interest in sharing their science knowledge and enthusiasm with our wonderful audience of local children, young people and their teachers. The post-holder can expect to have numerous opportunities to develop a wide range of skills in communication, project management and science.

     

    The Francis Crick Institute is a biomedical discovery institute dedicated to understanding the fundamental biology underlying health and disease.

    One of the Francis Crick Institute’s strategic priorities is to engage and inspire the public. Our successful education outreach programme currently works with thousands of children, giving them an exciting, age-appropriate introduction to science and the range of careers on offer to those with STEM qualifications. It encompasses hands-on practical workshops, careers events, competitions, teacher training and family events. The young people we work with are aged 5-18, and whilst the majority are in mainstream education, we work to ensure that our offer is also accessible to those with special educational needs or disabilities.

    Find out more and apply here



  • 24 Jun 2022 5:06 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Patient and public involvement and engagement lead, research, University Hospital Southampton

    Closing date: Tuesday 5th July at 23:59

    Job title: Patient and public involvement and engagement lead, research

    Location: Southampton General Hospital (mix of on site and remote working - discuss in interview)

    Salary: £47,126 - £53,219 per annum

    Contract: Permanent, full time (37.5 hours per week)

    We are looking for someone who will put patients and communities at the heart of our research. A creative, engaging leader who can help the public and researchers work together at every stage of the research cycle.

    COVID-19 showed what our teams and the people of Southampton and Wessex can do together. Together they found answers fast. Together they helped deliver new coronavirus tests, drugs and PPE - and the vaccines that paved our way out.

    Our growing Southampton Centre for Research Engagement & Impact was key to that. We engage and involve all those with a stake in research, working across our region's communities and organisations. That drives research delivering the most benefit for the most people.

    There's a huge range of projects, activities and relationships to take on and grow. We're intent on expanding and developing. You will join us to lead our PPIE team in this, ensuring the people of our region are engaged, equal partners in all that we do.

    Find out more and apply: http://jobs.uhs.nhs.uk/job/v4318393


  • 24 Jun 2022 5:03 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Closing date for applications: Tuesday 12 July 2022

    Influencing and Engagement Manager - Midlands (Education experience welcomed)

    Department:Learning and Skills
    Location:Midlands Central - Covering the East Midlands, West Midlands and East Anglia
    Salary:£40,000 - £42,000 per annum (depending on experience)

    We are seeking a candidate in the Central area of England, with experience of influencing a wide range of stakeholders, to join the Learning and Skills team at the Institute of Physics on a permanent basis.

    We particularly welcome applications from candidates with knowledge and skills in education, including the ability to build influential relationships with high-level stakeholders in primary, secondary, HE, FE, and/or the wider education sector.

    The Role

    This exciting role is integral to the IOP’s objectives of building influential relationships in England with stakeholders across society, including education and training providers in primary, secondary, HE, FE, the wider education sector, the physics community, business and industry, local and regional policy makers, third sector charities, and community groups.

    The successful candidates will join an expanding team that is bolstering the IOP’s influencing and engagement capability, enabling the organisation to leverage new relationships and deliver impact against its strategic aspirations. Ideally a specialist in education, they will work across the IOP strategy, in a matrix managed structure.

    The Influencing and Engagement Manager (Central) will work in a flexible and agile manner to support the successful delivery of the IOP’s strategy, Unlocking the Future, to drive the change required to achieve our ambitious aims on improving access to high quality physics teaching, increasing diversity and inclusion, improving skills, unlocking capabilities and public dialogue. This will be achieved by raising the profile of the IOP and physics itself to diverse audiences across the Central areas of England, to engage with and influence key organisations and individuals.

    Within the Central area of England, specific activities will be delivered in line with the identified strategic need and desired impact. This will involve maintaining existing relationships and creating new ones to amplify the work of colleagues, members, and external partners, to drive measurable change with schools and other education organisations, amongst others.

    Employment Locations Available (Remote)

    2 FTE in total to cover the Central region, which includes the East Midlands, West Midlands and East Anglia

    The Person

    You will have outstanding relationship and stakeholder management skills and demonstrable experience of influencing external and internal stakeholders with often differing needs, interests, and motivations. You will have the ability to identify opportunities, make connections and facilitate collaboration between stakeholders with areas of mutual interest that may not appear immediately obvious.

    An understanding of how to influence stakeholders to take action in contexts related to any of the challenges and aspirations set out in our strategy would be particularly welcome. The successful candidate will work across the whole IOP strategy. However, specialist skills in education would be particularly welcome in this role. Specialist knowledge of any one of the following: teaching, the school system, the FE system, the skills agenda, or higher education would also be particularly advantageous in this role.

    Future of Work

    The Institute of Physics is an equal opportunities employer and our people are at the heart of our approach to delivery. Following the impact of COVID-19, we have developed a new, innovative and exciting trust-based model of flexible working. This empowers our staff to choose both individually and as a team how, when and where they work to deliver the goals of the organisation, acknowledging that there will be occasions where in-person meetings, collaborations and events will help generate greater impact.

    This role is remote from our London office. Ability to travel within the Central area of England will be required.

    This is a full time role (35 hours per week). We are open to requests to work these hours outside a standard 09:00 – 17:00 schedule, including compressed hours.

    We recognise that applicants currently working in education may have long notice periods, and would be willing to delay the start date for a suitable candidate.

    Application

    Alongside your CV, please ensure you include a cover letter stating how you meet the person specification.

    Why work with us?

    The Institute of Physics (IOP) is the professional body and learned society for physics in the UK and Ireland, we seek to raise public awareness and understanding of physics and support the development of a diverse and inclusive physics community. As a charity, we’re here to ensure that physics delivers on its exceptional potential to benefit society.

    We have an ambitious new corporate strategy and you’ll play a part in helping us to deliver it. There’s never been a more exciting time to join the IOP - watch our new film to find out more about our work.

    As well as a competitive salary and professional development opportunities, we offer employees a comprehensive benefits package including an excellent pension scheme, private medical insurance and generous annual leave. We also offer a range of other benefits including, gym membership and interest free season ticket loans.

     


    Employment Type:Full time
    Employment Basis:Permanent
    Closing date for applications: Tuesday 12 July 2022Interviews to be held: 22 & 25 July 2022 Via Teams

     

     

    Institute of Physics: Influencing and Engagement Manager - Midlands (Education experience welcomed) (iopjobs.org)

     


  • 24 Jun 2022 5:02 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Influencing and Engagement Manager - South

    Department:Learning and Skills
    Location:South - Covering London, the South East and the South West
    Salary:£40,000 - £42,000 per annum (depending on experience)

    We are seeking a candidate in the South of England, with experience of influencing a wide range of stakeholders, to join the Institute of Physics on a permanent basis and welcome candidates with the ability to reach influencers in the South West. 

    The Role

    This exciting role is integral to the IOP’s objectives of building influential relationships in England with stakeholders across society, including the physics community, business and industry, local and regional policy makers, third sector charities, community groups, education and training providers.

    The successful candidates will join an expanding team that is bolstering the IOP’s influencing and engagement capability, enabling the organisation to leverage new relationships and deliver impact against its strategic aspirations. They will work across the IOP strategy, in a matrix managed structure.

    The Influencing and Engagement Manager (South) will work in a flexible and agile manner to support the successful delivery of the IOP’s strategy, Unlocking the Future, to drive the change required to achieve our ambitious aims on increasing diversity and inclusion, improving skills, unlocking capabilities and public dialogue, and improving access to high quality physics teaching. This will be achieved by raising the profile of the IOP and physics itself to diverse audiences across the South of England, to engage with and influence key organisations and individuals.

    Within the South of England, specific activities will be delivered in line with the identified strategic need and desired impact. This will involve maintaining existing relationships and creating new ones to amplify the work of colleagues, members, and external partners, to drive measurable change for our strategic aims and objectives.

    Employment Locations Available (Remote)

    1 FTE to cover the South which includes London, the South East and the South West. This person will work alongside an existing Influencing and Engagement Manager in the South.

    The Person

    You will have outstanding relationship and stakeholder management skills and demonstrable experience of influencing external and internal stakeholders with often differing needs, interests, and motivations. You will have the ability to identify opportunities, make connections and facilitate collaboration between stakeholders with areas of mutual interest that may not appear immediately obvious.

    An understanding of how to influence stakeholders to take action in contexts related to any of the challenges and aspirations set out in our strategy would be particularly welcome. As would specialist skills in any one of the following: campaigning, business engagement and community engagement. Specialist knowledge of any one of the following: the school system, the FE system, the skills agenda, higher education or local government would also be particularly advantageous in this role.

    Future of Work

    The Institute of Physics is an equal opportunities employer and our people are at the heart of our approach to delivery. Following the impact of COVID-19, we have developed a new, innovative and exciting trust-based model of flexible working. This empowers our staff to choose both individually and as a team how, when and where they work to deliver the goals of the organisation, acknowledging that there will be occasions where in-person meetings, collaborations and events will help generate greater impact.

    This role is remote from our London office. Ability to travel within the South of England will be required.

    This is a full time role (35 hours per week). We are open to requests to work these hours outside a standard 09:00 – 17:00 schedule, including compressed hours.

    Application

    Alongside your CV, please ensure you include a cover letter stating how you meet the person specification.

    Why work with us?

    The Institute of Physics (IOP) is the professional body and learned society for physics in the UK and Ireland, we seek to raise public awareness and understanding of physics and support the development of a diverse and inclusive physics community. As a charity, we’re here to ensure that physics delivers on its exceptional potential to benefit society.

    We have an ambitious new corporate strategy and you’ll play a part in helping us to deliver it. There’s never been a more exciting time to join the IOP - watch our new film to find out more about our work.

    As well as a competitive salary and professional development opportunities, we offer employees a comprehensive benefits package including an excellent pension scheme, private medical insurance and generous annual leave. We also offer a range of other benefits including gym membership and interest free season ticket loans.

     


    Employment Type:Full time
    Employment Basis:Permanent
    Closing date for applications: Monday 11 July 2022

     

     

    https://iopjobs.org/current/vacancies/6070/influencing_and_engagement_manager_south/


  • 24 Jun 2022 5:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Closing date for applications: Monday 11 July 2022

    Department:Learning and Skills
    Location:North - Covering North West, North East, Yorkshire & Humber
    Salary:£40,000 - £42,000 per annum (depending on experience)

    We are seeking a candidate in the North of England, with experience of influencing a wide range of stakeholders, to join the Institute of Physics on a permanent basis.

    The Role

    This exciting role is integral to the IOP’s objectives of building influential relationships in England with stakeholders across society, including the physics community, business and industry, local and regional policy makers, third sector charities, community groups, education and training providers.

    The successful candidate will join an expanding team that is bolstering the IOP’s influencing and engagement capability, enabling the organisation to leverage new relationships and deliver impact against its strategic aspirations. They will work across the IOP strategy, in a matrix managed structure.

    The Influencing and Engagement Manager (North) will work in a flexible and agile manner to support the successful delivery of the IOP’s strategy, Unlocking the Future, to drive the change required to achieve our ambitious aims on increasing diversity and inclusion, improving skills, unlocking capabilities and public dialogue, and improving access to high quality physics teaching. This will be achieved by raising the profile of the IOP and physics itself to diverse audiences across the North, to engage with and influence key organisations and individuals.

    Within the North of England, specific activities will be delivered in line with the identified strategic need and desired impact. This will involve maintaining existing relationships and creating new ones to amplify the work of colleagues, members, and external partners, to drive measurable change for our strategic aims and objectives.

    Employment Location Available (Remote)

    1 FTE to cover the North, including the North West, Yorkshire, Humber & the North East. This person will work alongside an existing Influencing and Engagement Manager in the North.

    The Person

    You will have outstanding relationship and stakeholder management skills and demonstrable experience of influencing external and internal stakeholders with often differing needs, interests, and motivations. You will have the ability to identify opportunities, make connections and facilitate collaboration between stakeholders with areas of mutual interest that may not appear immediately obvious.

    An understanding of how to influence stakeholders to take action in contexts related to any of the challenges and aspirations set out in our strategy would be particularly welcome. As would specialist skills in any one of the following: campaigning, business engagement and community engagement. Specialist knowledge of any one of the following: the school system, the FE system, the skills agenda, higher education or local government would also be particularly advantageous in this role.

    Future of Work 

    The Institute of Physics is an equal opportunities employer and our people are at the heart of our approach to delivery. Following the impact of COVID-19, we have developed a new, innovative and exciting trust-based model of flexible working. This empowers our staff to choose both individually and as a team how, when and where they work to deliver the goals of the organisation, acknowledging that there will be occasions where in-person meetings, collaborations and events will help generate greater impact.

    This role is remote from our London office. Ability to travel within the North of England will be required.

    This is a full time role (35 hours per week). We are open to requests to work these hours outside a standard 09:00 – 17:00 schedule, including compressed hours.

    Application

    Alongside your CV, please ensure you include a cover letter stating how you meet the person specification.

    Why work with us?

    The Institute of Physics (IOP) is the professional body and learned society for physics in the UK and Ireland, we seek to raise public awareness and understanding of physics and support the development of a diverse and inclusive physics community. As a charity, we’re here to ensure that physics delivers on its exceptional potential to benefit society.

    We have an ambitious new corporate strategy and you’ll play a part in helping us to deliver it. There’s never been a more exciting time to join the IOP - watch our new film to find out more about our work.

    As well as a competitive salary and professional development opportunities, we offer employees a comprehensive benefits package including an excellent pension scheme, private medical insurance and generous annual leave. We also offer a range of other benefits including gym membership and interest free season ticket loans.

     


    Employment Type:Full time
    Employment Basis:Permanent
    Closing date for applications: Monday 11 July 2022

    Interviews to be held: 19 July 2022 Via Teams

     


  • 24 Jun 2022 4:58 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Closing date: Midday on 8 July 2022

    The Engineering Education Scheme Wales Ltd is currently seeking a Project Deliverer in the county borough of Bridgend who will work under direction of the EESW Chief Executive Officer and Lead Project Officer to successfully deliver pilot activities as part of the ‘Transforming Young Minds for Tomorrow’ project to Primary school students in Years 5 and 6 and mentoring opportunities for Secondary school students in Years 10 and 11. 

     

    The aim of the Project is to deliver interactive activities and experiences to expose both primary and secondary school pupils to the excitement and wonders of manufacturing and engineering and make them aware of the range of innovative and rewarding careers available in the Advanced Materials and Manufacturing, Creative and Digital and Energy and Environment sectors in the region.  Activities developed will vary from hands-on practical engineering/manufacturing experiences to meeting industrial mentors and gaining knowledge of what Welsh manufacturers do and what they produce.

     

    The Transforming Young Minds for Tomorrow Project Deliverer will work under the Lead Project Officer to engage schools in the activities and deliver pilot sessions within the funded local authorities.  Project Deliverers will be required to assist the Lead Project Officer with developing any further activities. 

     

    This is a fixed term contract until 31st December 2022 working on the above project.

    You are advised to read the Job Description before applying for this vacancy.

     

    This is a full time position, 37.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday (Usually 08.30am- 4.30pm, however some evening work may be required depending on times of events taking place after school hours)

     

    This position will be based from your own home. Travel across Wales will be required as part of this role and your own transport is essential.  The salary for this position will be up to £32,000 per annum pro rata (depending on experience), with an allowance of 28 days’ holiday (including bank holidays) pro rata.

     

    To download the Job Description, Application Form, Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form and Job Applicant Privacy notice please visit:  https://www.stemcymru.org.uk/home/resources/

     

    Please send the completed application and equal opportunities forms and a copy of your CV to info@stemcymru.org.uk by midday on 8 July 2022.  Please note, applications will not be accepted unless the documentation is complete and the declaration on the application form signed.

     

    This project is funded by the UK Government through the UK Community Renewal Fund.

    ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

     

    Ar hyn o bryd, mae Cynllun Addysg Beirianneg Cymru Cyf (EESW) yn chwilio am Darparwr Prosiect yn bwrdeistref sirol Pen-y-bont ar Ogwr a fydd yn gweithio dan gyfarwyddyd a’r Prif Swyddog Gweithredol EESW a Prif Swyddog Prosiect I ddarparu gweithgareddau peilot fel rhan o brosiect ‘Trawsnewid Meddyliau Ifanc ar gyfer Yfory’ i ddisgyblion ysgolion Cynradd ym Mlynyddoedd 5 a 6 a chyfleoedd mentora ar gyfer disgyblion ysgolion Uwchradd ym Mlynyddoedd 10 ac 11.

     

    Nod y Prosiect yw darparu gweithgareddau rhyngweithiol a phrofiadau i gyflwyno disgyblion ysgol gynradd ac uwchradd i gyffro a rhyfeddodau gweithgynhyrchu a pheirianneg a’u gwneud yn ymwybodol o’r gyrfaoedd arloesol a gwerth chweil amrywiol sydd ar gael yn y sectorau Deunyddiau a Gweithgynhyrchu Uwch, Creadigol a Digidol ac Ynni a’r Amgylchedd yn y rhanbarth. Bydd y gweithgareddau a ddatblygir yn amrywio o brofiadau peirianneg/ gweithgynhyrchu ymarferol i gyfarfod mentoriaid diwydiannol a dysgu am yr hyn y mae gweithgynhyrchwyr Cymru yn ei wneud ac yn ei gynhyrchu.

    Bydd Darparwyr Prosiect Trawsnewid Meddyliau Ifanc ar gyfer Yfory yn gweithio dan y Prif Swyddog Prosiect i gynnwys ysgolion yn y gweithgareddau a darparu sesiynau peilot o fewn yr awdurdodau lleol a gyllidir. Bydd Darparwyr Prosiect yn cynorthwyo’r Prif Swyddog Peilot i ddatblygu unrhyw weithgareddau pellach.

    Mae hwn contract tymor penodol hyd 31 Rhagfyr 2022 yn gweithio ar y prosiect uchod.

     

    Cofiwch ddarllen y Disgrifiad Swydd cyn gwneud cais am y swydd hon.

     

    Mae hon yn swydd amser llawn, 37.5 awr yr wythnos, o ddydd Llun i ddydd Gwener (fel arfer 08.30am-4.30pm, ond efallai y bydd angen rhywfaint o waith gyda'r nos yn dibynnu ar amseroedd y digwyddiadau sy'n digwydd ar ôl oriau ysgol)

     

    Bydd y swydd hon wedi'i lleoli o'ch cartref eich hun. Bydd angen teithio ledled Cymru fel rhan o'r rôl hon ac mae eich cludiant eich hun yn hanfodol. Y cyflog ar gyfer y swydd hon fydd hyd at £ 32,000 y flwyddyn pro rata (yn dibynnu ar brofiad), gyda lwfans o wyliau 28 diwrnod ’(gan gynnwys gwyliau banc) pro rata.

     

    Anfonwch y ffurflen gais wedi'i chwblhau a'r ffurflen cyfle cyfartal a chopi o'ch CV at info@stemcymru.org.uk erbyn hanner dydd ar 8 Gorffenaf 2022. DS: nid ydym yn derbyn ceisiadau oni bai eich bod wedi cwblhau'r dogfennau ac yn llofnodi'r datganiad ar y cais ffurflen.

     

    Ariennir y prosiect hwn gan Lywodraeth y DU trwy Gronfa Adnewyddu Gymunedol y DU.


  • 24 Jun 2022 4:56 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Closing date: Midday on 8th July 2022.

    The Engineering Education Scheme Wales Ltd is currently seeking a Project Officer, who will work under the supervision of the Chief Executive Officer to work with the EESW management team, and the team of newly appointed Project Officers to develop, implement and successfully deliver the Connecting Teachers with Industry pilot project for the County Borough areas of Bridgend and Rhondda Cynon Taf funded by the UK Community Renewal Fund.

     

    The Connecting Teachers with Industry Project will create and deliver a series of events aimed at teaching professionals of both primary and secondary schools.  Events will expose teachers to the excitement and wonders of manufacturing and engineering and make them aware of the range of innovative and rewarding careers available in the Advanced Materials and Manufacturing, Creative and Digital and Energy and Environment sectors in the region.

     

    This is a fixed term contract until 31st December 2022 working on the above project.

     

    You are advised to read the Job Description before applying for this vacancy.

     

    This is a full time position, 37.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday (Usually 08.30am- 4.30pm, however some evening work may be required depending on times of events taking place after school hours)

     

    This position will be based from your own home. Travel across Wales will be required as part of this role and your own transport is essential.  The salary for this position will be up to £35,000 per annum pro rata (depending on experience), with an allowance of 28 days’ holiday (including bank holidays) pro rata.

     

    To download the Job Description, Application Form, Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form and Job Applicant Privacy notice please visit:  https://www.stemcymru.org.uk/home/resources/

     

    Please send the completed application and equal opportunities forms and a copy of your CV to info@stemcymru.org.uk by midday on 8th July 2022.  Please note, applications will not be accepted unless the documentation is complete and the declaration on the application form signed.

     

    This project is funded by the UK Government through the UK Community Renewal Fund.

     

    _____________________________________________________________________________________________--

    Ar hyn o bryd, mae Cynllun Addysg Beirianneg Cymru Cyf (EESW) yn chwilio am swyddog prosiect, a fydd yn gweithio dan oruchwyliaeth y Prif Swyddog Gweithredol i gweithio gyda thîm rheoli STEM Cymru, a thîm o Swyddogion Prosiect sydd newydd eu penodi i ddatblygu, gweithredu a darparu’n llwyddiannus y prosiect peilot ar gyfer ardaloedd Bwrdeistref Sirol Pen-y-bont ar Ogwr a Rhondda Cynon Taf a gyllidir gan Gronfa Adfywio Cymunedol y DU.

     

    Bydd y Prosiect Cysylltu Athrawon â Diwydiant yn creu a darparu cyfres o ddigwyddiadau ar gyfer gweithwyr addysgu proffesiynol mewn ysgolion cynradd ac uwchradd. Bydd digwyddiadau yn cyflwyno athrawon i gyffro a rhyfeddodau gweithgynhyrchu a pheirianneg a sicrhau eu bod yn ymwybodol o’r gyrfaoedd arloesol a gwerth chweil amrywiol sydd ar gael yn y sectorau Deunyddiau a Gweithgynhyrchu Uwch, Creadigol a Digidol ac Ynni a’r Amgylchedd yn y rhanbarth.

     

    Mae hwn contract tymor penodol hyd 31 Rhagfyr 2022 yn gweithio ar y prosiect uchod.

     

    Cofiwch ddarllen y Disgrifiad Swydd cyn gwneud cais am y swydd hon.

     

    Mae hon yn swydd amser llawn, 37.5 awr yr wythnos, o ddydd Llun i ddydd Gwener (fel arfer 08.30am-4.30pm, ond efallai y bydd angen rhywfaint o waith gyda'r nos yn dibynnu ar amseroedd y digwyddiadau sy'n digwydd ar ôl oriau ysgol)

     

    Bydd y swydd hon wedi'i lleoli o'ch cartref eich hun. Bydd angen teithio ledled Cymru fel rhan o'r rôl hon ac mae eich cludiant eich hun yn hanfodol. Y cyflog ar gyfer y swydd hon fydd hyd at £ 35,000 y flwyddyn pro rata (yn dibynnu ar brofiad), gyda lwfans o wyliau 28 diwrnod ’(gan gynnwys gwyliau banc) pro rata.

     

    I lawrlwytho'r Disgrifiad Swydd, y Ffurflen Gais, y Ffurflen Monitro Cyfle Cyfartal a'r Hysbysiad Preifatrwydd Ymgeisydd ewch i https://www.stemcymru.org.uk/cartref/adnoddau/dadlwythiadau-swydd-wag-eesw-stemcymru/

     

    Anfonwch y ffurflen gais wedi'i chwblhau a'r ffurflen cyfle cyfartal a chopi o'ch CV at info@stemcymru.org.uk erbyn hanner dydd ar 8 Gorffennaf 2022. DS: nid ydym yn derbyn ceisiadau oni bai eich bod wedi cwblhau'r dogfennau ac yn llofnodi'r datganiad ar y cais ffurflen.

     

    Ariennir y prosiect hwn gan Lywodraeth y DU trwy Gronfa Adnewyddu Gymunedol y DU.


  • 22 Jun 2022 12:17 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Closing Date: 9am Monday 18 July 2022.


    The Royal Institution are looking for x3 Phd students to join their Digital Team for a three month internship to gain experience of digital media and science communication. These internships will run consecutively from September 2022 to July 2023, with some flexibility around exact start dates.

    You will be based at the Royal Institution offices in Mayfair, London. Working closely with all members of the Digital Team, this role will support the Ri’s digital content production and platforms. Depending on the candidate’s interests and experience, we will provide some basic training in audio and video production. A typical day will include: creating science engagement content for our social media platforms, helping film and livestream events, helping manage our YouTube channel and develop our podcasts and working on our social media and digital offering around the world famous CHRISTMAS LECTURES.

    This placement is ideal for anyone interested in learning more about digital media and harnessing its’ potential to communicate science to diverse and global audiences.

    The opportunity is only open to PhD students who are eligible for an internship as part of their PhD programme and receive a stipend from their Doctoral Training Programme (DTP). Please check with your university/DTP to ensure funding is available before applying.

    For more information, please visit our website:  Digital Media PhD Intern | Royal Institution (rigb.org) and download the full job description and person specification and send your CV and a supporting statement of no more than 500 words explaining why you are interested in the internship and how you meet the criteria for the role to recruitment@ri.ac.uk .

    The closing date for receipt of applications is 9am Monday 18 July 2022.

    Interviews are planned for week commencing 25 July.



  • 21 Jun 2022 12:37 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Closing date: Midday on Thursday 14th July 2022

    The Engineering Education Scheme Wales Ltd is currently seeking a South Wales Activity Deliverer, who will work under the supervision of the Activity Manager and Chief Executive Officer to develop activities for the STEMCymru II Project and deliver exciting and motivating STEM activities in schools.

    This is a fixed term contract until 31st March 2023.

    As an Activity Deliverer, you will be responsible for delivering various STEM activities in schools.  You will deliver sessions to groups of pupils within their schools, as well as assisting the Activity Manager and other deliverers with the development of new STEM activities to be delivered across Wales.

    This job role is suitable for teaching professionals or those who are looking to work in Education.


    You are advised to read the Job Description before applying for this vacancy.

     

    The hours of work will be 37.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday and will be based at the Waterton Centre, Bridgend/ Your own home (depending on location).  This post is also suitable for part-time working if required. Travel across Wales will be required as part of this role and your own transport is essential.  The salary for this position will be up to £26,000 per annum (depending on experience), with an allowance of 28 days’ holiday (including bank holidays).

    To download the Job Description, Application Form, Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form and Job Applicant Privacy notice please visit:  https://www.stemcymru.org.uk/home/resources/

    Please send the completed application and equal opportunities forms and a copy of your CV to info@stemcymru.org.uk by midday on Thursday 14th July 2022.  Please note, applications will not be accepted unless the documentation is complete and the declaration on the application form signed.

    This post is part funded by the European Social Fund through the Welsh European Funding Office, for the STEMCymru II Project (80726) and the Welsh Government Education Directorate.

     

    Ar hyn o bryd, mae Cynllun Addysg Beirianneg Cymru Cyf (EESW) yn chwilio am Darparwr Gweithgareddau De Cymru, a fydd yn gweithio dan oruchwyliaeth y Rheolwr Gweithgareddau a’r Prif Swyddog Gweithredol i ddatblygu gweithgareddau ar gyfer Prosiect STEMCymru 2 a darparu gweithgareddau STEM cyffrous ac ysgogol mewn ysgolion.

    Contract cyfnod penodol tan 31 Mawrth 2023.

    Fel Darparwr Gweithgareddau, byddwch yn gyfrifol am ddarparu gweithgareddau amrywiol STEM mewn ysgolion.  Byddwch yn cyflwyno sesiynau i grwpiau o ddisgyblion yn eu hysgolion, yn ogystal â chynorthwyo'r Rheolwr Gweithgareddau a darparwyr eraill i ddatblygu gweithgareddau newydd STEM i'w cyflenwi ledled Cymru.

    Mae'r swydd hon yn addas ar gyfer gweithwyr addysgu proffesiynol neu'r rhai sy'n edrych i weithio ym maes Addysg.

    Cofiwch ddarllen y Disgrifiad Swydd cyn gwneud cais am y swydd hon.

    Yr oriau gwaith fydd 37.5 awr yr wythnos, dydd Llun i ddydd Gwener, a byddwch wedi'ch lleoli yng Nghanolfan Waterton, Pen-y-bont ar Ogwr/eich cartref eich hun (yn dibynnu ar leoliad). Mae'r swydd hon hefyd yn addas ar gyfer gweithio rhan-amser os oes angen.  Bydd angen teithio ledled Cymru fel rhan o'r rôl hon, ac mae'ch cludiant eich hun yn hanfodol.  Hyd at £26,000 y flwyddyn yw'r cyflog (yn dibynnu ar brofiad), a 28 diwrnod o wyliau (gan gynnwys gwyliau banc).

    I lawrlwytho'r Disgrifiad Swydd, y Ffurflen Gais, y Ffurflen Monitro Cyfle Cyfartal a'r Hysbysiad Preifatrwydd Ymgeisydd ewch i https://www.stemcymru.org.uk/cartref/adnoddau

    Anfonwch y ffurflen gais a'r ffurflen cyfle cyfartal gyflawn a chopi o'ch CV i info@stemcymru.org.uk erbyn am hanner dydd am Dydd Iau 14 Gorffennaf 2022. DS: nid ydym yn derbyn ceisiadau oni bai eich bod wedi cwblhau'r dogfennau a llofnodi'r datganiad ar y ffurflen gais.

    Mae'r swydd hon wedi'i hariannu'n rhannol gan Gronfa Gymdeithasol Ewrop drwy Swyddfa Cyllid Ewropeaidd Cymru, ar gyfer Prosiect STEMCymru II (80726) a Chyfarwyddiaeth Addysg Llywodraeth Cymru. 


  • 21 Jun 2022 12:31 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Closing date: 7th July 2022

     Salary: £32,578 - £39,938 per annum depending on qualifications and experience. Contract: 9 Months, full time

    An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Digital Communications Officer to join the Communications and Engagement team, to support the cutting-edge science of the John Innes Centre.

    Our digital presence is one of the most important vehicles for communicating about the John Innes Centre and our work to the outside world. The main purpose of this role is to deliver a programme of engaging digital content to effectively support the needs of the John Innes Centre and our internal and external audiences.

    The role is responsible for using a range of digital channels including websites, social media, newsletters, and internal platforms to promote key organisational messages which reflect the John Innes Centre’s work, brand, key messages and priorities to our target audiences in line with the John Innes Centre’s Engagement Strategy.

    The post holder will source and develop digital content that inspires and engages key audiences including the funders of our research and industry collaborators and is marketed effectively to attract new audiences to learn about our research.

    The post holder will work closely with internal and external partners to produce and source digital content which is engaging and optimised for accessibility and search engines.

    The ideal candidate

    You will have a degree, preferably in a life sciences subject.

    You will have a proven track record of creative digital content production, website management, and user experience design as well as experience in the use of graphic design software, in particular Adobe CC – Photoshop and Illustrator. You will have the ability to process complex information and present targeted messages to different audiences.

    Additional information

    Interviews will be held on 18th July 2022.

    Please note, this post does not meet UKVI requirements to provide visa sponsorship.

    Further information and details of how to apply can be found here, or contact the Human Resources team on 01603 450462 or nbi.recruitment@nbi.ac.uk quoting reference 1004286.

    We are an equal opportunities employer, actively supporting inclusivity and diversity.  As a Disability Confident organisation, we guarantee to offer an interview to all disabled applicants who meet the essential criteria for this vacancy. We are proud to hold a prestigious Gold Athena SWAN award in recognition of our inclusive culture, commitment and good practices towards advancing of gender equality. We offer an exciting, stimulating, diverse research environment and actively promote a family friendly workplace. The Institute is also a member of Stonewall’s Diversity Champions programme.

    The John Innes Centre is a registered charity (No. 223852) grant-aided by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council.


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