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  • 06 Apr 2021 11:24 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
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    • Communications Coordinator, The Lancet journals

      • Full Time/London Wall (home-based currently)
      • Department of Marketing & Communications
      • Reporting to Head of Media & Communications

      Working across the whole communications team, you will play a vital role supporting the team in delivering The Lancet journals’ communications strategy. This role has a strong focus on supporting our website communications and is a fantastic opportunity to gain early experience in a communications role spanning digital, social and press. You will work closely with all members of the communications team, the wider Marketing & Communications Department, Editorial teams, Product Manager and online publishing team. You will have a keen interest in science/health/medical research and be looking to start your career in communications/science communication. You will join a dedicated team of communications professionals, committed to increasing the visibility and impact of the world-leading research published in the Lancet journals.

      Key responsibilities include:

      Website updates:

      • Act as the key contact person for editors to coordinate daily updates across thelancet.com including individual journal homepages
      • Prepare images and multimedia for use on thelancet.com
      • Coordinate content for resource centres on thelancet.com
      • Work closely with our Product Manager and editors to develop new web pages
      • Identify opportunities to improve current web pages, using data to drive decisions
      • Produce regular analysis and reports of web-related activities
      • Identify opportunities for homepage features, curating key content to highlight, in collaboration with the Marketing and Communications team and Editorial
      • Ensure adherence to good practice for text and images on thelancet.com, including image sourcing

      Press & social media support:

      • Support the comms team by producing ad-hoc press and social media reports, and monitoring shared inboxes
      • Support the press office by coordinating external press releases, and contributing to the schedule of external press activities
      • Occasional social media support for campaigns or events
      • Work with editors to produce branded social media cards

      Communications support:

      • Support the team as required as part of wider communications campaigns or events

      Key skills and experience required:

      This role would be suited to someone starting off their career in communications/science communications. You will need to be:

      • Able to work across a broad team.
      • Balance competing priorities.
      • Be highly organised.
      • Have a keen eye for detail.
      • Work collaboratively.
      • Be motivated to work in a communications role.
      • Demonstrate a keen interest in science, medical research and global health.

      To apply for this position, please submit your CV and a short cover letter explaining why you are interested in this role, why you want to work at The Lancet, and how you meet the key skills and experience required for the role.  

    https://relx.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/ElsevierJobs/job/London/Communications-Coordinator--The-Lancet-journals_R17546


  • 01 Apr 2021 12:18 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    About the European Climate Foundation

    The European Climate Foundation (ECF) was founded in 2008 as a major philanthropic initiative to help tackle climate change by fostering the development of a low-carbon society at the national, European and global level.

    We support over 350 partner organisations to carry out activities that contribute to the public debate on climate action, drive urgent and ambitious policy in support of the objectives of the Paris Agreement and help deliver a socially responsible transition to a net-zero emissions economy and sustainable society in Europe and around the world.

    As towns, cities and countries around the world declare climate emergencies, seas rise, forests burn, glaciers melt, increasing numbers of people take to the streets demanding urgent action and our societies begin to wake up to what the science has been saying for many years, there has never been a more important time to be working on climate change.

    About the role

    The ECF’s Strategic Communications Team is currently accepting applications for the role of Climate science and land communications Senior Associate to work as part of the ECF’s international strategic communications team.

    The successful candidate will help strengthen the scientific fluency of the team to allow it to better navigate the developing media debate around land science, and ecological and climate policy, and provide strategic communications capacity to a wide array of partners, including scientists, researchers, academics and campaign groups.

    This is an opportunity for an experienced and highly driven communications professional with the ambition to make a difference and play an active role in helping secure good climate outcomes for people and the planet.

    Key responsibilities

    As Climate Science and Land Senior Associate you will:

    • Work as part of our climate science communications team, developing a program of work that boosts the impact of scientific research into the role land systems have to play in good climate outcomes;
    • Engage and build relationships in the scientific community, work with the pipeline of research and scientific evidence in this space, and make strategic decisions about how to communicate it effectively;
    • Develop story packages to convey complex land-use climate science to non-specialists for maximum media impact, sometimes at short notice;
    • Provide regular briefings to colleagues and partners on the latest scientific and policy developments in the space;
    • Identify opportunities for set piece, mainstream media interventions;
    • Work closely with colleagues in our digital team to identify and create social/digital storytelling and outreach opportunities for new scientific research efforts;
    • Develop and maintain strong relationships with key journalists and media stakeholders;
    • Build partnerships in the space, and convene partners in the climate and land community, including building collaborative communications strategies around key moments, science initiatives and events. Contribute to coalition work around land use, deforestation, food systems and social change;
    • Contribute to cross-network strategies where relevant;
    • Monitor, evaluate and report on impact and delivery.

     

    Key competencies

    • 7+ years of professional communications experience, with a proven track record of producing engaging and impactful communications materials;
    • A demonstrated familiarity with ecosystem, land use, ecology or earth science, and familiarity with discussions and debates around how land use issues interplay with climate mitigation, adaptation, impacts and policy;
    • The ability to liaise and negotiate conversations with a wide range of stakeholders, including scientists, campaigners and journalists;
    • The strong multidisciplinary communications skillset necessary to flourish in a fast-paced and wide-ranging work environment;
    • Outstanding English language skills; 
    • A strategic thinker with a proven ability to independently develop and implement robust communications plans;
    • Existing relationships with key stakeholders is desirable;
    • An independent self-starter able to work on their own and as part of a remote team;
    • An interest in the mission and values of the ECF.

     

    Location

    Within five hours of the UK time zone. We may have co-working opportunities in some locations. 

    We are unable to provide sponsorship for work permits. 

     

    Start date

    As soon as possible

     

    Apply here:

     https://cezanneondemand.intervieweb.it/europeanclimate/jobs/climate_science_and_land_communications_senior_associate_strategic_communications_13356/en/

     


  • 01 Apr 2021 12:15 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Job Purpose

    We're the charity who look after and bring to life 2,000 miles of waterways across Wales and England, because we believe that life is better by water. Every role across the Trust plays its part in transforming our canals and rivers into spaces where local people want to spend time and feel better, bringing wellbeing benefits to millions.

    Through the Trust’s two learning programmes, Explorers for primary schools and STEM for secondary, we support the work of schools and colleges in developing character, resilience and wellbeing in children and young people.

    We are currently recruiting for a STEM Leader to join us on a 2-year fixed term contract. The role is to plan and deliver a STEM learning programme in London, including recruiting, managing, and developing a team of new education volunteers, identifying local community needs and working with schools to inspire children and young people to take part. We wish to positively change the perception of STEM careers and encourage children and young people to benefit from pursuing careers in the sector. 

    Most of our office based colleagues continue to work from home currently.  The role holder will be required to attend Regional Trust office regularly, however will have the opportunity to work from home.  Regular travel across the region to support & deliver to our 32 boroughs and their many communities is required.   Click on the link to find out more about out London & South East Team & Work

    How we make a difference

    Knowledge, Skills/Qualifications & Experience

    About the role

    Reporting to the London & South East Community Engagement Manager, this role will initially focus on forming relationships within the STEM community in London. Then working together, deliver a programme of activities which enriches lives through learning and employer engagement. A key challenge will be understanding how to develop the programme to overcome aspirational barriers to participation within the STEM subjects and careers (due to gender, ethnicity, geographic location, household income) so that children and young people become aware of the breadth of opportunities available to them.

    Key Accountabilities:

    • Develop and implement rewarding volunteering opportunities to deliver our learning programmes, ensuring volunteers are safely recruited, trained, and supported to ensure an inspirational experience for children, young people, and families. Plan programmes for volunteer training, mentoring and celebration to ensure increasing skill levels, confidence, and motivation within the team.
    • Work with partners, colleagues, and community organisations to ensure safe and quality learning which is responsive to place at locations suitable for our target audience (children, young people, schools, FE colleges and universities) and the STEM agenda.
    • Collect and collate data relating to child and community engagement KPIs and dissemination of results including feedback to the organisation and our volunteers.
    • Ensure that diversity and inclusion are integrated into all aspects of Trust life and promote inclusion by challenging behaviour, practices, actions, or decisions that are counter to the objectives of the Trust’s policies and values.
    • Developing a mentoring programme for a new team of young volunteers, to ensure a volunteering programme beneficial to the volunteers and participating students.
    • Establishing relationships with schools, colleges, local communities, and STEM organisations – working to understand local-specific needs and developing programme delivery to meet those needs.
    • Project managing the STEM programme on a local level – understanding local scope, aims and delivery.
    • Practical delivery of the STEM education programme via school workshops, virtual sessions and STEM and educational events.  

    Click here for more information and how to apply 


  • 26 Mar 2021 11:12 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Are you a science graduate who is keen to establish or further a career in STM publishing? Could you apply your enthusiasm and scientific background in a fast-paced editorial environment? Future Science Group (FSG) is seeking a Content Marketing Editor to play an important role in the running of FSG’s digital content hubs.  

     

    Founded in 2001, FSG is a progressive scientific publisher, curating trusted online, print and in-person resources to serve the scientific and medical communities. Although our foundation is in cutting-edge, peer-reviewed scientific journals, we have expanded over the years to publish digital/virtual hubs and run events, as well as offering creative services and publishing solutions. 

     

    Reporting to a Senior Editor, the holder of this role will be responsible for devising and delivering editorial, marketing and client campaigns, as well as content production for FSG’s digital hubs, including BioTechniques, Infectious Diseases Hub and RegMedNet.  

     

    The role holder will support the Senior Editors, Head of Marketing and Publishers and use editorial and marketing skills to grow the hubs’ membership of scientists and clinicians, increase engagement and execute client projects to meet and exceed client’s expectation.  

     

    Key responsibilities will include:  

    ·         Content production and commissioning for our digital hubs – for example, written articles, videos, eBooks 

    ·         Copywriting for marketing campaigns – for example, emails to be sent to our audience of scientists and clinicians, and social media posts 

    ·         Management and implementation of marketing and advertising campaigns, including social media management and email production 

    ·         Establishing and maintaining effective stakeholder relationships with key contacts in the field, as well as internal staff, in order to see campaigns and projects through from inception to publication   

    ·         Working with the entire Digital team to share best practice in content and community management, audience engagement and sharing ideas for development and problem-solving 

    This position is based in our North London offices, located close to Finchley Central tube station. The role will be office-based once restrictions permit.  

     

    Candidate requirements 

    Essential: 

    ·         A Bachelor's qualification in the life sciences, chemistry, pharmaceutical science or a related field at a 2:1 standard or above 

    ·         A high level of attention to detail, excellent organisation and time-management, an ability to work in a fast-paced environment, strong communication skills, and a keenness to build a knowledge of publishing and scientific communications 

    Desirable: 

    ·         Experience (work-based or voluntary) or a post-graduate qualification in scientific communication, marketing or similar 

    ·         Proficient in the use of Hubspot  

    Full training will be given to the successful candidate. There will be ample opportunities for the successful candidate to develop quickly and assume responsibility for the content and future direction of our digital resources. 

     

    Salary 

    ·         Dependent on experience 

     

    Recruitment process 

    ·         Closing date for applications: 11.59pm, Sunday 11th April 

    ·         Assessment task sent to longlisted candidates – the final batch of assessments will be sent in the week commencing 12th April 2021 

    ·         Shortlisted candidates invited to an interview (via Zoom) – interviews likely to take place no later than the week commencing 19th April 2021 

    ·         Early applications are encouraged  

     

    Future Science Group is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We welcome all qualified applications from a diverse range of candidates. 

     

    To apply, please submit a CV with cover letter explaining your interest in the role and salary expectations to the Senior Editor, Abi Sawyer (asawyer@biotechniques.com). 


  • 23 Mar 2021 2:40 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Posted: 08/03/2021 16:13
    Salary: £30,759 gross per annum
    Location: UK
    Level: Administration (UK)
    Deadline: 29/03/2021 23:59
    Hours: 35.00
    Benefits: UK benefits
    Job Type: Fixed Term

    Malaria Consortium is recruiting for a Senior Publications Officer to join our team in London, UK. This position is adoption leave cover on a 12 months fixed Term contract. 

    Sitting within the External Relations (ER) team, the Senior Publications Officer is responsible for supporting and managing high quality publication activities to increase Malaria Consortium’s profile and communicate its evidence, learning and programmatic achievements. This is a critical editorial and publishing role in the organisation, requiring outstanding grammar and writing skills, excellent organisation, strong interpersonal skills, and an ability to communicate technical content to a variety of audiences via both print and digital channels.

    The successful candidate will have:

    • Degree in journalism, publishing or similar field, or equivalent work experience
    • Substantial experience in a similar role, with a track record of managing publications from concept to dissemination
    • Demonstrable experience and confidence communicating technical content (i.e. quantitative and qualitative research findings) to a range of audiences (including non-technical stakeholders), distilling it into simple and accessible language and messages
    • Prior experience and strong interest in editorial processes, in-house publications production, and multichannel publications dissemination
    • Good understanding of communications, social media and marketing principles for engaging external audiences
    • Knowledge of global health issues, especially malaria and other communicable disease control, prevention and treatment mechanisms.

    Click here for more details 

  • 05 Mar 2021 5:43 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Centre for Epidemiology Versus Arthritis seeks to appoint an enthusiastic Data Scientist to provide statistical programming and data science support to researchers within the Centre for Epidemiology Versus Arthritis.   

    Specifically, your role will involve assessing data quality, preparing datasets for researchers and supporting systems to share data and analysis methodology within the Centre for Epidemiology and beyond. You will have the opportunity to dedicate a proportion of your time to one of these areas that is of particular interest to you (e.g. open science).  

    You will also provide practical data analytics support to research staff working with a range of data sources including complex mHealth and eHealth data. You should have experience of or be willing to learn new programming languages, platforms and methodologies including machine learning and text analytics.     

    More Information & How to Apply >>>>>  

    https://www.jobs.manchester.ac.uk/internal/displayjob.aspx?jobid=19275 

    About us 

    At the Centre for Epidemiology Versus Arthritis, we develop and deliver the highest quality epidemiological research by taking the best of our long-standing heritage, latest research innovations and new digital technologies. Our mission is to improve the lives of people living with musculoskeletal conditions by leading the change in research methodology and clinical practice. 

    More about our Centre here: https://www.cfe.manchester.ac.uk/  

  • 08 Feb 2021 4:15 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Head of Engineering, Communication & Marketing Services 

    Westminster, London

    If you are self-motivated, driven and have a background in engineering and communications, this is an exceptional opportunity to influence the voice, image and reach of a prestigious organisation with an outstanding reputation.

    About Us

    With over 115,000 members in 140 countries, the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) has been at the heart of the mechanical engineering profession since 1847.

    We strive to improve the world through engineering by developing engineers, promoting engineering, informing opinion and encouraging innovation.

    We are currently looking for a Head of Engineering, Communication & Marketing Services to lead this key business area.  

    The Role

    As the Head of Engineering, Communication & Marketing Services, you will ensure that engineering remains at the heart of everything we do. 

    Joining an established team, you will work closely with our CEO, business units and Technical Strategy Board, as well as member groups to build our influence and credibility in the engineering and educational sector. You will deliver compelling, evidence-based policy and member engagement programmes that benefit the professional engineering community. 

    You will take ownership of the brand as well as all communications channels, including Professional Engineering (PE) Magazine, our website and social media, as well as public affairs and media relations, making this the great opportunity in which to make a real impact. 

    Some of your duties will include: 

    - Acting as a spokesperson for the Institution on engineering issues 
    - Establishing a transparent engagement framework to grow our committed and diverse volunteer base 
    - Managing our brand, including the promotion of the Institution, our membership and position as a subject matter expert  
    - Developing and delivering the digital marketing strategy
    - Managing our flagship publication – Professional Engineer, as well as sourcing commercial partnership opportunities

    About You 

    To be considered as the Head of Engineering, Communication & Marketing Services, you will need: 

    - A degree (or equivalent) in engineering
    - To be a registered professional engineer (or have significant similar experience)
    - An understanding of the professional engineering agenda
    - Significant experience in brand management and marketing communications 
    - Experience of using customer research and data-driven user insights to develop new marketing and communication services and improve existing services
    - Proven experience of completing significant and large-scale projects to time, cost, and quality
    - Excellent people and relationship management skills with the ability to influence, advice, manage and coach others
    - Strong IT skills
    - To be an innovative self-starter with excellent problem-solving abilities

    Other organisations may call this role Head of Engineering Policy, Senior Engineering Programme Manager, Senior Engineering Policy Manager, Head of Engineering Policy and Membership, or Head of Engineering Membership Services. 

    The Benefits 

    - Competitive salary 
    - 28 days’ holiday per annum plus Bank Holidays
    - An extra day off for your birthday
    - Benefits including stakeholder pension scheme, life assurance and private health cover
    - Continuous training and career development
    - A range of wellbeing benefits to encourage a healthy work-life balance

    This is an exciting opportunity to lead an integral function in our organisation and ensure that our Institution continues to be a champion, advocate and source of expertise for the engineering community.

    You will have the chance to create a high-performing team and spearhead the engineering and communications aspects of our business plan and strategic vision. 

    We offer the ideal environment in which to challenge yourself and make a difference. We reward innovation, encourage a healthy work-life balance and invest in our employees’ continuing professional development. After all, when you are at your best, so are we.

    This role will have some home working options – however, you will be primarily based at our HQ in Westminster, so will need to live within a commutable distance of this location.

    Thank you for your interest in this post. We look forward to receiving your application.

    Webrecruit and the Institution of Mechanical Engineers are equal opportunities employers, value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. 

    URL for applications is: https://app.webrecruit.co/JobSeeker/ApplyOnline?jobid=60338&boardid=3182

     

    Closing date is 19/02/2021


  • 29 Jan 2021 4:10 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Marketing Executive – Brightline Diagnostics

    Brightline DX is a joint venture formed by two highly innovative UK companies, Stream Bio and Chelsea Technologies, to combine novel technologies and create a unique platform that can be applied to a wide range of diagnostic targets.

    We are looking for a talented and highly motivated marketing executive to work on this exciting new venture.

    Core aspects of the role

    • Create relevant, informative and compelling new content, including infographics, web content, application notes, case studies and brochures.
    • Research and create engaging and authoritative articles and blogs.
    • Website and social media management
    • Write press releases and liaise with journalists and industry publications.
    • Support and maintain technical literature such as datasheets.
    • Develop and manage integrated marketing campaigns across all industry sectors.
    • Design adverts and manage online advertising campaigns.
    • Liaise with external contacts such as marketing agencies, clients, sector partners and suppliers.
    • Organise domestic and international exhibitions.

    Skills and experience

    • Marketing (or related) degree, or equivalent experience, combined with a passion for life sciences & technology
    • Proven experience of marketing in a scientific field, preferably biological sciences or medical diagnostics industry experience
    • Experience of using Adobe software including InDesign and understanding of commercial print processes
    • Website management and maintenance – WordPress experience desirable
    • Excellent communication and organisational skills
    • High attention to detail and excellent proof-reading skills
    • Security Clearance – Candidates must be suitable for SC security clearance via MoD’s Defence Vetting

    NO AGENCIES PLEASE

    How to apply

    Please apply by sending a copy of your CV and a covering letter,  detailing how you meet the above criteria, to ekeegan@chelsea.co.uk using the subject line MARKETING EXECUTIVE  APPLICATION plus your name. Please include details of salary expectation.

    Please view our Candidate Privacy Notice  to understand how we look after your personal data during the application process.


  • 29 Jan 2021 12:40 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    • Project Support Coordinator: Young Stem Leader Programme (YSLP)

      Dunfermline – salary £23,043 (review pending)

      Fixed term contract of 24 months, 35 hours per week with possibility of extension

      The postholder will be based in our SSERC headquarters in Dunfermline. As a result of the current pandemic the successful applicant may undertake a significant amount of work from home.  This will be reviewed on an ongoing basis.

      About the role

      The post holder will support all key aspects of programme development, delivery and quality assurance with the appropriate level of support from the Project Manager and Project Officer.

      The role will include:

    • ·        Administration of the registration, training and certification procedures for new Tutor Assessors and their respective centres
    • ·        Maintaining accurate, high quality records and data for all key aspects of YSLP
    • ·        Administration of verification and award certification process for YSLs in line with SSERC’s Quality Assurance Policy and Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework (SCQF) requirements
    • ·        Tracking and meeting programme deadlines and key deliverables in line with the work plan and team calendar set out by the Project Manager
    • ·        Supporting YSLP delivering centres with enquiries through the YSLP inbox, linking communications and enquiries to the relevant people
    • ·        Delivering general communications within the team and to partners, working group/steering group members and staff within YSLP delivering centres
    • ·        Supporting the creation and/or quality assurance of materials and documentation produced by the YSL Project Team
    • ·        Using a suite of online digital resources to support the delivery of YSLP engagements such as information sessions, training and meetings
    • ·        Coordinating, handling and processing the large volume of data the programme yields and producing quality/concise reports from such data
    • ·        Acting as an advocate for the programme and SSERC on a national scale across all educational settings
    • ·        Supporting the development, delivery and quality assurance of all key aspects of the Young STEM Leader Programme, as set out in the work plan by the Project Manager
    • ·        Supporting the ongoing cycle of improvement of the programme based on feedback from young people, staff involved in the programme and other key partners/stakeholders
    • ·        Producing agendas and minutes from  meetings
    • ·        Creating or supporting the creation of reports to key partners/stakeholders.
    • Training opportunities will be provided to the successful candidate.

    •  
    • About you
    • The post holder will have:

      • Experience in an administrative role, organising, prioritising and managing your time effectively 
      • Attention to detail and confidentiality when dealing with information 
      • A positive attitude and confidence towards working on a programme for Scotland’s young people
      • Experience of employment in a fast-paced role, demonstrating positivity, independence and initiative
      • Excellent written communication and interpersonal skills

      Excellent IT skills with proficiency using Microsoft Office and email.

       

      About SSERC

      SSERC is a local authority shared service, providing support across all thirty-two Scottish Education Authorities.  Our services are available to elected members and officers of Local Authorities, teachers, student teachers and technicians.  

      SSERC offers a broad portfolio of services, principally in support of the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) areas of the curriculum, which are not available from any other source and which can be broken down into three main stands of activity:

    •   Provision of Professional Learning (PL) for early years, primary and secondary teachers and school and college technicians

    • ·        The Advisory Service
    • ·        Wider STEM engagement activities including Lead Coordination role for STEM Ambassadors in Scotland and The Young STEM Leader Programme
    •  

      We are a forward-thinking organisation and continue to develop and grow.  Our people are our greatest asset and we have an exciting new opportunity within our Young STEM Leader Project Team.

    •  
    • About the Young STEM Leader Programme
    • The Young STEM Leader Programme (YSLP) is derived from the Scottish Government’s Strategy for STEM Education and Training (2017), specifically that there will be the establishment of a new Young STEM Leaders programme to stimulate and strengthen the development of peer mentoring and inspiration in STEM for children and young people by children and young people.  YSLP is offered across CfE Second, Third and Fourth Levels and SCQF Levels 4, 5 and 6.

       

      This programme is being led by SSERC in partnership with:

      • Science Centres (Aberdeen, Dundee, Dynamic Earth (Edinburgh), Glasgow)
      • Science Festivals
      • Three Scottish STEM Ambassador Hubs (East, North and West)
      • Young Scot
      • Science Skills Academy
      • Youthlink Scotland
      • Education Scotland
      • Scottish Mentoring Network

       

      Qualifications

      Educated to SCQF Level 8 or equivalent relevant experience.

       

      Essential Criteria

      • Ability to prioritise workload and share tasks as appropriate
      • Ability to act with independence and initiative
      • Highly motivated, proactive with a can-do attitude, and eager to achieve results in a multi-functional role
      • Excellent standard of attention to detail
      • Excellent written and verbal communication skills,  telephone manner and/or customer service skills, with the ability to act as an ambassador for the business
      • Ability to multitask and remain calm under pressure
      • Excellent IT skills, with proficiency in Microsoft Office
      • Willingness to travel to events across Scotland if and when required

       

      Desirable Criteria

      • Knowledge of the Scottish educational context (STEM) and/or experience of working with Scotland’s young people
      • A passion for the many learning opportunities that STEM offers young people and educators
      • Previous experience of project working in an educational context
      • Experience using online meeting platforms such as Teams, Zoom and Google Meets
      • Experience of using social media and other digital platforms for professional outputs
      • Driving Licence.

       

    • The post holder will be required to work 35 hours per week. Occasional evening and weekend work may be required.

     

    If you feel you meet all the criteria for the role and this sounds like an exciting opportunity, please submit your CV and covering letter to vacancies@sserc.scot

     

     

    Closing Date: Monday 15th February 2021.

    It is likely that interviews will place online in the week commencing Monday 22nd February 2021.

     


  • 27 Jan 2021 12:01 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    https://www.ywt.org.uk/jobs/wilder-communities-engagement-officer-living-seas

    Are you creative, resourceful and experienced and in designing and delivering dynamic public engagement programmes? Do you have a passion for our marine environment and enjoy the challenge of transforming technical information into accessible experiences that resonate and inspire? If so, you could be the Wilder Communities Engagement Officer that our Supporter Engagement Team are looking for...

    Contact details

    To apply for the role please complete an application form and equal opportunities monitoring form to hr@ywt.org.uk.

    Forms can be found on our website.

    Closing Deadline: 9am Tuesday 9 February 2021

    Interviews: Wednesday 24 February 2021


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