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STEM Programmes Coordinator

21 Sep 2021 10:34 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


Role: STEM Programmes Coordinator

Salary: £28,729 Fixed term contract of 12 months, 35 hours per week with possibility of extension

Location: The post holder will be based in our SSERC headquarters in Dunfermline with the opportunity for a flexible/hybrid working agreement

To apply: CV and Cover Letter by Mon 11 October 5pm. Interviews likely online Tue 19/Wed 20 October.


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, technicians, youth and community workers. 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:


  1. Provision of Professional Learning (PL) for early years, primary and secondary teachers and school and college technicians
  2. The Advisory Service
  3. A large and growing range of STEM engagement programmes


SSERC leads on a large number of STEM engagement programmes and activities with the aim of increasing STEM awareness and appreciation among children, young people and adults in Scotland. Our growing portfolio of programmes are accessed by educators and learners in a range of settings from early years, primary and secondary schools, colleges, youth groups, employers and in volunteering sectors. The STEM Programmes Coordinator will coordinate a number of programmes or projects within SSERC’s STEM Engagement portfolio including Nuffield Research Placements and the Young STEM Leader Programme. Ideally, they will have experience working in STEM engagement with a positive attitude, initiative, and the ability to manage their time and prioritise their workload to meet regular deadlines.


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