Terms: Full-time (35 hours per week), permanent. Requests for part-time or flexible working will be considered
Salary: £24,432 – £29,583 FTE (pro-rata for part-time)
Based: London SW7 - with agile working policy enabling people to work at another UK location up to 4 days/week (trial policy subject to review).
This charity's mission is to transform the diversity and inclusivity of science. They want more people, especially those from groups that are currently underrepresented in science, to feel that science is relevant to their lives. A key element of achieving this is through their education work. They want more young people across the UK to feel like science is ‘for people like them’. As such, they support teachers across the UK through their grants, resources and schools’ network, helping them to engage young people from all backgrounds in their own science and engineering ideas and projects.
Our client is looking to recruit a talented Education Officer to help them implement their vision. As one of three Officers in the Education team, your role will be primarily supporting the schools’ grants, aimed at engaging young people currently underrepresented in STEM.
The role would suit someone with experience of coordinating project work and strong customer service skills. Experience of working with schools or young people and of administering grant schemes is desirable.
Requests for permanent remote/flexible working will be considered. Applications are welcomed from people based in other parts of the UK.
Closing date: 9am 20th September 2021
Interviews: Week of 4th October 2021
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This charity is an equal opportunities employer and a champion of equality, diversity and inclusion. They aim to recruit the person most suited to the job and welcome applications from candidates of all backgrounds and from different sectors, and from people who've gained their skills outside formal employment. They would particularly welcome applications from people and communities who are currently under-represented in our staff team, which includes people from minority ethnic groups, disabled people and men
No agencies please.