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  • 22 Jul 2022 1:26 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Wales Team Coordinator

    Institute of Physics, Wales

    Salary: up to £25,000 plus pension and other benefits

    Location: home based or office at successful candidate’s preference

    Full Time (job shares and flexible working possible)

    Permanent

    Closing date: Tuesday 2 August 2022

     

    We’re looking for a Coordinator to support the work of the Wales Team at the Institute of Physics.

     

    As the professional body and learned society for physics in the UK and Ireland our mission is to transform the physics landscape for the UK and Ireland, and ensure a thriving physics ecosystem that contributes to innovation, discovery, research, growth and debate in the UK, Ireland and beyond.

     
    You’ll need to be organised and self-motivated, with an interest in how we make the world a fairer place. You don’t need to be a physicist, but a commitment to promoting equity in STEM is a must.

    We’d love to hear from Welsh speakers and learners, and anyone who would like to develop their skills and build a career in one of the areas we work in - be that marketing, public affairs, outreach and community engagement, membership support, education or professional services.

    We seek to be an inclusive employer, and will work with you to make the job work for the right person. That might be flexible working, job-share, home-working or office working. There’s no fixed place where you must be based, although an understanding of Wales and working in a bilingual environment is obviously important.

     

    What is it like working at the IOP?

    The IOP is a friendly and ambitious organisation. Inclusion and diversity are central to our work and we have a ‘work anywhere’ policy to make working at the IOP as flexible as possible. Looking after our colleagues and supporting them in life and work is our priority, ensuring they can live their best lives, with competitive salaries and generous benefits.

    What will I be doing?

    You will be ensuring the smooth running of IOP activities in Wales, by;

    ·        Providing administrative and event-management support to the team,

    ·        Liaising with members, physics teachers and other stakeholders to keep them informed of our work, and

    ·        Planning and managing social media and other routine marketing activity.

     

    Projects you work on may include:

    Working across our strategic priorities, you might work on;

    ·        Our LimitLess / Torrwch y Ffiniau campaign that seeks to tackle inequality in physics

    ·        Event attendances, such as Pride Cymru and the Eisteddfod Genedlaethol, and

    ·        Writing and issuing regular newsletters for our members.

     

    You will work alongside?

    ·        Our staff team in Wales,

    ·        Our colleagues across the IOP in the UK and Ireland, and

    ·        Members, teachers and other stakeholders.

     

    Ideally, we at the IOP hope you’ll apply if your skills include:

    Essential

    ·        Strong organisational skills, with the ability to plan and manage your own work and provide administrative support to others,

    ·        The ability to communicate effectively with a wide range of audiences, and

    ·        Good interpersonal skills, to be able to work with a wide cohort of people.

    Nice to have

    ·        The ability to work through the medium of Welsh (although we are happy to provide training to those who wish to learn), and

    ·        Experience of working on your own initiative.

     

    How do we 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 called How We Work. 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. The How We Work initiative is based on the principles of collaboration, trust, flexibility and agility. You will be allocated a ‘base’ office which can also be a chosen place of work. 

     

    Why should I want to work for the IOP?

    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.

    As well as a competitive salary and professional development opportunities, we offer employees a comprehensive benefits package including:

    ·        An excellent pension scheme (IOP pays in up to 12% depending on your contribution)

    ·        Private medical insurance (with the option of adding others)

    ·        Generous annual leave (25 days starting as a standard pro rota where required)

    ·        Gym Membership (salary sacrifice)

    ·        Interest free season ticket loans and much more!  


    More details on how to apply are here:

    Institute of Physics: Wales Team Coordinator (iopjobs.org)

     

    For an informal chat, please email eluned.parrott@iop.org


  • 19 Jul 2022 12:18 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Closing date for receipt of applications is 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.

     


  • 19 Jul 2022 12:09 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Closing date 27/07/2022

    The Role

    Kingston University has a growing demand from schools, colleges and community groups to utilise its state-of-the-art Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) outreach provision, including both a dedicated STEM Outreach Centre and two mobile ‘lab in a lorry’ facilities. The STEM Outreach Intern will be key to the successful delivery and development of our STEM outreach work which aims to inspire learners to progress to higher education and in particular into STEM disciplines.

    You will be responsible for managing the day to day operation of our STEM outreach provision, including driving the ‘lab in a lorry’ vans to/from events (training and support will be available to the successful candidate). You will ensure the smooth running and safe operation of the STEM Outreach Centre, as well as ensuring that all equipment is clean, well-organised and safe.  Much of your time will be spent out of the office supporting events either within the STEM Outreach Centre or at locations across London and the South East when driving the ‘lab in a lorry’ vans.

    The successful candidate will join a supportive and enthusiastic team and will be supported in their professional development. This role requires occasional evening/weekend working, for which time off in lieu will be granted.

    The Person

    You must have a graduate or equivalent background in a STEM subject. A full, clean & valid driving licence is essential as the post holder will be required to drive the University’s ‘Lab in a Lorry’ vans to schools and colleges within the region. The ideal candidate will have some experience of working with school and college pupils. You will have excellent organisational and project management skills, with the ability to adapt to problems and work with colleagues to find solutions. Strong administrative and IT skills are essential, whilst experience of a CRM system would be beneficial. The ideal candidate will have the ability to lead STEM experiments/demonstrations or the ability to do so and the willingness to learn and develop in this area. 

    Directorate/Function

    Be part of a team that ensures all students get equal opportunities in higher education 

    The Access, Participation and Inclusion team ensure all students have equal opportunity to access, and succeed, in higher education. 

    Our work with schools, colleges, and other partners increases progression to higher education for people from less advantaged backgrounds. And our transition programmes prepares students for university life. 

    We promote an inclusive culture, through policies and positive action programmes, such as award-winning KU Cares. Together with organised enrichment activities that encourage all students to make the most of their time at university, participate fully and develop skills for success.  

    We also design and deliver systems and processes to identify students who may be disengaging from their studies, and appropriately support them to continue and graduate. 

    Our team’s culture is dedicated, inclusive and supportive. We work collaboratively and offer plenty of opportunity for development. 

    Awards for our work include the NEON Higher Education Institution of the Year, Highly Commended in The Times Higher Education Award for Widening Participation or Outreach Initiative, and a UK Social Mobility Award.

    Further information

    This is full time fixed term position until 20th October 2023, with a starting salary of £25,312 per annum. 

    Please note this role requires an Enhanced DBS check so the successful applicant will be required to complete a DBS check as part of their pre-employment checks.

    Interviews are expected to be held on Friday 5 August 2022.

    If you require further information, please contact Amy Horton, Acting Education Liaison & Outreach Manager.

    Bring your true self, expertise, and passion to Kingston where we are continuing to strive to build a university where authentic inclusion and belonging is at its heart. Every one of our staff and students’ identities, backgrounds and diverse experiences makes us who we are - so harness and embrace yours by applying today. We welcome applications from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds, LGBTQ+ communities and those with disabilities.

    Candidates must be able to demonstrate their eligibility to work in the UK in accordance with the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006. Where required, this may include entry clearance or continued leave to remain under the Points Based Immigration Scheme. 

    To apply click on ‘Apply Now’. If, for accessibility reasons, you need to apply in an alternative format, please email jobs@kingston.ac.uk or call the HR Shared Services team on 020 8417 3118.

    Apply now Vacancy found here

    Apply for this job


  • 08 Jul 2022 7:33 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Closing Date:   9am  on Thursday 21 July 2022

    The Royal Institution runs a year-round programme of inspirational public science talks from the world’s greatest thinkers. Since the pandemic, the programme is made up of events which take place in our theatre and online.

    You will support the administration and logistics required for the organisation and delivery of these innovative, and fascinating, scientific events.  Responsibilities will include fielding the public programme events mailbox and phone line, managing the associated Salesforce data input, creating event webpages and Eventbrite campaigns.

    •  

    Job Title:                        Public Programmes Administrator

    Accountable to:           Senior Science Talks Producer

    Location:                          21 Albemarle Street, London/hybrid working

    Contract type:                            Casual Contract initially to end of September– 16 hours per week

    Salary:                                          £15.00 per hour – equivalent to c£27,000 per annum

    Closing Date:                   9am  on Thursday 21 July 2022

    Interviews:                      week commencing Monday 25 July 2022

      

    If you think you have excellent organisational, communication and administration skills and experience of processing and editing webpages on-line we would like to hear from you. This role can be worked flexibly across the week in a hybrid way.

     

    Interested?

     

    To apply, please review the full job description and person specification here: Public Programmes Administrator | Royal Institution (rigb.org) and send your CV and a supporting statement (no more than 500 words) explaining why you are interested in the role and how your skills and experience meet the criteria set out in the person specification to recruitment@ri.ac.uk by 9.00am on Thursday 21 July. Interviews are planned for w/c 25 July.

     


  • 06 Jul 2022 11:04 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Job Title: Christmas Lectures Intern

    For over 220 years, the Ri has been inspiring people of all ages and backgrounds to discover, discuss and critically examine science. It is our vision to enable everyone to be inspired to think more deeply about science and its place in our lives. We now have two new opportunities on our CHRISTMAS LECTURES team.

    Started by Michael Faraday in 1825, and now broadcast on national television every year, the CHRISTMAS LECTURES at the Royal Institution are the UK's flagship science series. The three part series is filmed in front of a live audience in the Ri’s famous lecture theatre and watched by millions on the BBC over the festive period and on BBC iPlayer and the Ri YouTube channel.

    Are you an experienced project manager with fantastic communication skills and meticulous attention to detail, preferably from a production/show environment? If you have a track record of managing key stakeholders and delivering to challenging timelines, we would really like to hear from you.

    Can you assist with the preparation, creation, development and implementation of the CHRISTMAS LECTURES, coordinating key stakeholders, researching items for scripts, supporting script production and liaising with schools?

    Accountable to: Christmas Lectures Project Manager

    Location: 21 Albemarle Street, London/ with some remote working/working at other venues

    Contract type: 3 month fixed term internship (35 hours per week)

    Salary: Payment through University/Research Council Stipend

    Closing Date: 9am on Wednesday 20 July 2022

    Interviews: week commencing Monday 25 July 2022

    These are unique and exciting opportunities to project manage and assist the development and execution of the CHRISTMAS LECTURES at the Ri.

    If you would like to be at the heart of one of the world's most famous science lecture series, we would like to hear from you! To download a full job description and person specification, please see our website for details on how to apply Work with us | Royal Institution (rigb.org)

    We very much look forward to hearing from you!

    Kind regards,

    Rakhshanda Hussain

    HR Coordinator

    Working days: Tuesday - Friday


  • 06 Jul 2022 11:03 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    For over 220 years, the Ri has been inspiring people of all ages and backgrounds to discover, discuss and critically examine science. It is our vision to enable everyone to be inspired to think more deeply about science and its place in our lives. We now have two new opportunities on our CHRISTMAS LECTURES team.

    Started by Michael Faraday in 1825, and now broadcast on national television every year, the CHRISTMAS LECTURES at the Royal Institution are the UK's flagship science series. The three part series is filmed in front of a live audience in the Ri’s famous lecture theatre and watched by millions on the BBC over the festive period and on BBC iPlayer and the Ri YouTube channel.

    Are you an experienced project manager with fantastic communication skills and meticulous attention to detail, preferably from a production/show environment? If you have a track record of managing key stakeholders and delivering to challenging timelines, we would really like to hear from you.

    Title: Christmas Lectures Project Manager

    The Christmas Lectures Project Manager leads the preparation and execution of the CHRISTMAS LECTURES, working with academic researchers, a TV production company, multi-media content developers, science communication professionals and an ‘assortment of kids, animals and unpredictable props’.

    Accountable to: Director of Science Engagement

    Location: 21 Albemarle Street, London/with some remote working/working at other venues

    Contract type: Fixed term 6-month contract/Full time, 35 hours per week, evening and weekend working

    Salary: £40k - £44k (pro rated for the term of the contract)

    Closing Date: 9am on Tuesday 19 July 2022

    Interviews: week commencing Monday 25 July 2022

    If you would like to be at the heart of one of the world's most famous science lecture series, we would like to hear from you! To download a full job description and person specification, please see our website for details on how to apply Work with us | Royal Institution (rigb.org)

    We very much look forward to hearing from you!

    Kind regards,

    Rakhshanda Hussain

    HR Coordinator

    Working days: Tuesday - Friday


  • 06 Jul 2022 10:47 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Closing date Friday 15th July

    Grade 7 £34,304 - £40,927 (Pro rata)

    CMVM/College Office Marketing and Engagement 

    Part time contract at 0.8 FTE

    Fixed term: end date 31/12/2023

    Looking for:

    We are looking for a highly organised and motivated individual with expertise in formal and/or informal STEM Education and Engagement. With excellent communication skills you will thrive in an environment that requires connecting and engaging with a diverse set of stakeholders. You will have an understanding of young people and communities under-represented in science and hold a passion for finding new ways of engaging such audiences with STEM.

    The Opportunity:

    Castlebrae High School in Craigmillar, Edinburgh, have a strong partnership history with The College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine (CMVM) and the wider Edinburgh BioQuarter. In April 2022, their new school campus will open with state-of-the-art science facilities, inspired by their co-location with Edinburgh BioQuarter. The facilities have the potential to be a ‘Community Science SuperLab’ out of school hours. The post-holder will help drive forward this exciting and creative opportunity and support the development and implementation of formal and informal STEM Education opportunities with the communities neighbouring Edinburgh BioQuarter.

    The successful candidate will join the Communications, Marketing and Engagement team in the College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine. We are a busy, dynamic team who together deliver online, hybrid and in-person events, support undergraduate and postgraduate recruitment activity, and lead on engagement with research across the College.

    Your skills and attributes for success:

    • Extensive experience in designing and delivering high quality and imaginative STEM activities within the formal and informal science learning spheres, including in a lab environment.
    • Expert communicator and creative problem solver with ability to develop and maintain excellent stakeholder relationships
    • Excellent project management skills, with experience of developing operational procedures
    • Confident and happy in a public facing and service – focused role

    Click here for a copy of the full job description.

    As a valued member of our team you can expect:

    A positive, creative, challenging and rewarding place to work. We give you support, nurture your talent and reward success. You will benefit from a competitive reward package and a wide range of staff benefits, which includes a generous holiday entitlement, a defined benefits pension scheme, staff discounts, family friendly initiatives, flexible working and much more. Access our staff benefits page for further information and use our reward calculator to find out the total value of pay and benefits provided.

    The University of Edinburgh holds a Silver Athena SWAN award in recognition of our commitment to advance gender equality in higher education. We are members of the Race Equality Charter and we are also Stonewall Scotland Diversity Champions, actively promoting LGBT equality.

    If invited for interview you will be required to evidence your right to work in the UK.  Further information is available on our right to work webpages.

    On this occasion the University will not consider applicants requiring sponsorship for this role. International workers will therefore only be able to take up this role if they can demonstrate an alternative right to work in the UK. 

    About Us

    As a world-leading research-intensive University, we are here to address tomorrow’s greatest challenges. Between now and 2030 we will do that with a values-led approach to teaching, research and innovation, and through the strength of our relationships, both locally and globally.

    About the Team

    The College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine The College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine traces its origins back nearly 500 years (Darwin, Simpson and Conan-Doyle were students here) and is internationally renowned for its research and teaching. Professor Moira Whyte is the Head of College, the only conjoint Medical and Veterinary Medical School in the UK. The College employs over 3000 academic and support staff. The College has two Schools, the Edinburgh Medical School comprising 3 Deaneries; Biomedical Sciences; Molecular Genetic and Population Health Sciences and Clinical Sciences and the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies.


    The undergraduate medicine teaching programme in the College enjoys a high reputation nationally and internationally, with over 1,300 students enrolled on the MBChB and Intercalated courses and nearly 1000 on the Veterinary Sciences BVS and related programmes. In addition, approximately 2000 students are currently enrolled in the College’s taught and research post-graduate courses, including an extensive range of online distance learning diplomas and degrees. They are trained by over 1000 outstanding academic staff. 


    The academic disciplines within Medicine are largely concentrated in the two teaching hospital campuses, the Royal Infirmary at Little France and the Western General Hospital. Both have extensive new infrastructure with major research institutes and state of the art research facilities on clinical sites. Edinburgh hosts a number of prestigious MRC and BHF Research Centres. The approach is interdisciplinary, with basic and clinical researchers working together at the laboratory bench and in our clinical research facilities to address major themes in basic, clinical and translational medicine. The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies on the Easter Bush Campus houses outstanding teaching and clinical facilities as well as the splendid Roslin Institute, one of the world’s leading veterinary research centres. The College offers outstanding opportunities to address ‘One Health’ and Global Health problems of the highest international priority.


    The College’s reputation as one of the world’s leading centres of medical and veterinary medical research has been reaffirmed by its UK REF2014 results. Medicine, the University’s largest submission, was ranked in the top 5 in the UK. Veterinary Medicine came 1st in the UK, and retained its position as the UK’s top Vet School. It made a joint submission with Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC). Neuroscience was ranked 3rd in the UK out of 82 submissions, representing a major advance. Overall, 84% of the College’s research activity was rated world leading or internationally excellent (3* and 4*). In terms of 'one medicine' research (human and animal medicine), the University of Edinburgh's research power (quality x volume) is the strongest in the UK.



  • 04 Jul 2022 11:52 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Engineering Education Scheme Wales Ltd is currently seeking a Project Administrative Assistant based in Bridgend to provide administrative support for projects covering the local authority areas of Blaenau Gwent, Bridgend, Conwy & Denbighshire who will work under the direction of the EESW Chief Executive Officer and Lead Project Officer to provide administrative support to Project Deliverers offering pilot activities to schools.

     

    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.

     

    EESW requires an Administrative Assistant to primarily input data from participant forms to

    spreadsheets for monitoring purposes required by the funding agreements.

     

    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). There may be an opportunity for the suitable candidate to work part time.

     

    This position will be based from Waterton, Bridgend. The salary for this position will be up to £19,000 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 18 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 Cynorthwyydd Gweinyddol Prosiect wedi’i leoli ym Mhen-y-bont ar Ogwr i ddarparu cymorth gweinyddol ar gyfer prosiectau sy’n cwmpasu ardaloedd awdurdodau lleol Blaenau Gwent, Pen-y-bont ar Ogwr, Conwy a Sir Ddinbych  yn gweithio dan gyfarwyddyd a’r Prif Swyddog Gweithredol EESW a Prif Swyddog Prosiect i ddarparu cefnogaeth weinyddol i Gyflwynwyr Prosiectau gan gynnig gweithgareddau peilot i ysgolion.

     

    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.

    Mae EESW angen Cynorthwyydd Gweinyddol i fewnbynnu data yn bennaf o ffurflenni cyfranogwyr i daenlenni at ddibenion monitro sy'n ofynnol gan y cytundebau ariannu.

     

    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). Efallai y bydd cyfle i'r ymgeisydd addas weithio'n rhan amser.

     

    Bydd y swydd hon wedi'i Waterton, Pen y Bont-ar-Ogwr. Y cyflog ar gyfer y swydd hon fydd hyd at £ 19,000 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/

     

    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 18 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.


  • 04 Jul 2022 11:50 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Closing Date: 21st July, midnight

    Development (Fundraising) Manager - Maternity Cover

    We’re looking for somebody who is collaborative, organised and an excellent communicator to join our small but energetic team of three fundraising staff plus volunteers.

    As Development Manager Maternity Cover, you will use your skills in research and persuasion to identify grants funding opportunities, build relationships and write and submit proposals to trusts, foundations, Lottery funders and research councils. Working closely with the Head of Development, you will raise £280,000 for our programme of creative science learning and inclusion projects. In addition, you will work with other teams on projects such as the development of our fundraising database and creating engaging annual impact reports.

    Salary: £28,000-£30,000 per annum

    Hours: Full-time, 37.5 hours per week

    Contract: 14mth Fixed Term Maternity Cover Contract

    Closing Date: 21st July, midnight

     

    Please see https://www.wethecurious.org/jobs for a full JD and how to apply


  • 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



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