Closing date: 30th May
Programme Co-ordinator – STEM Ambassadors in Scotland
Dunfermline – salary £24 509
Fixed term contract (12 months from end of July)
35 hours per week
The postholder will be based in our SSERC headquarters in Dunfermline. There may be an opportunity for the successful applicant to opt in the organisation’s hybrid working pilot scheme. This will be subject to discussion with the successful candidate and will be reviewed on an ongoing basis.
About the role
The postholder will have responsibility for supporting STEM Ambassadors in their role as a volunteer through social media, email communication, newsletters and information sessions. The postholder will support other members of the STEM Ambassadors in Scotland team with teacher, youth group leader and employer engagement, PVG application and project and event delivery.
The role is a great opportunity to join a creative and fast-paced team within a collaborative organisation.
Training will be provided to the successful candidate.
If you are interested in applying for this exciting post, then please submit a CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. The closing date for submission has been extended to 5pm on 30th May 2022. You can find the full job description and person specifications on the website: https://www.sserc.org.uk/vacancies/
Interviews will be scheduled for week beginning 6th June 2022.
If you would like to discuss this opportunity further please contact Debbie Mathers, email@example.com
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 school and college technicians.
SSERC offers a broad portfolio of services, principally in support of the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) areas of the curriculum, not available from any other source and which can be broken down into three main strands of activity:
- provision of Professional Learning for early years, primary and secondary teachers, school and college technicians and childminders
- the Advisory Service
- wider STEM engagement activities including: the Young STEM Leader Programme; the STEM Ambassador in Scotland Programme, ENTHUSE Partnerships; Education/Industry Partnerships; ESERO Space Champion and Nuffield Research Placements.
We are a forward thinking organisation, which continues to develop and grow. Our people are our greatest asset.
About STEM Ambassadors in Scotland
STEM Ambassadors in Scotland is based at SSERC and coordinates the STEM Ambassador Programme across Scotland on behalf of STEM Learning. STEM Ambassadors are volunteers working in or studying STEM subjects who work with young people to bring STEM subjects alive through real-life experiences.
We support over 6,000 Ambassadors in Scotland to deliver engaging STEM experiences for schools, community and youth groups.
More information on the STEM Ambassador Programme can be found at www.stem.org.uk and www.stemambassadors.scot