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Regional STEM Coordinator, Marine Engineering Pathway (MEP)

Marine Society & Sea Cadets (MSSC)
Home-based (South West of England)
£22,400 gross per annum (£28,000 per annum pro rata) + Benefits
Closing date
14 Jul 2022
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Regional STEM Coordinator, Marine Engineering Pathway (MEP)

Location: Home-based (South West of England)

Contract: Part time, 28 hours per week, fixed term until 31 March 2023

Salary: £22,400 gross per annum (£28,000 per annum pro rata)

Closing Date: 14 July 2022

Interviews: Thursday 21 July 2022 (Interviews in Bristol)

Application: CV & Supporting Statement

Marine Society and Sea Cadets (MSSC) is a leading maritime charity in lifelong learning and personal development and is the governing charity of the Sea Cadet Corps (SCC), a civilian voluntary youth organisation engaging some 15,000 young people over 400 Sea Cadet Units, throughout the UK.  The SCC offers a wide range of youth opportunities with the same enduring objective – to give young people the best possible head start in life through nautical adventure and fun.

We are currently seeking to appoint a Regional STEM Coordinator Marine Engineering Pathway (MEP) to continue to deliver Marine Engineering workshops in schools across the South West of England and Wales in order to raise awareness and interest in Marine Engineering and Careers in Seafaring. You will also be involved in the ongoing development of the Marine Engineering Programme as part of this exciting project.

You will play a key part in making Marine Engineering training more accessible to cadets and helping them understand how the skills they develop are aligned to Royal Navy, Merchant Navy and Maritime Careers.

The successful candidate will have a strong background in working with young people, STEM, and/or education and a passion to inspire young people, particularly those who are currently under represented in the maritime sector. You will also have some experience delivering content to young people, teaching experience is desirable but not essential, and the ability to implement new and innovative training projects as part of the organisation’s strategic objectives in what is a challenging and exciting role.

The role will involve lots of travel in a charity vehicle, so a full UK driving licence is also required. This role is home based. There will be significant travel across the South West of England and some trips to the National Support Centre in London will be required.

We are a national charity helping to develop lifelong learning skills for the youths of today. With strong links to the maritime sector and Royal Navy. The charity uses the impact of being on the water to change their lives. Offering great flexible work and benefits

Applications should consist of a CV and supporting statement. Without this, we sadly will be unable to consider your application for this role.

recruitment pack which details more information on the role can be downloaded on our website after clicking Apply.

Closing Date: 14 July 2022

Interviews: Thursday 21 July 2022 (Interviews in Bristol)

We recognise our responsibilities to safeguard and protect the young people and vulnerable adults with whom we work. We do all we can to promote their health, safety and wellbeing, and we expect our staff to share this commitment and work in line with safeguarding policy, the MSSC’s values and ethos of inclusivity. We adhere to safer recruitment practices and therefore employment is subject to detailed pre-employment checks for successful candidates, including references and criminal disclosure checks and the completion of a disclosure questionnaire. All successful applicants are required to attend safeguarding training.

Successful applicants will be required to undergo a criminal record check.


We at MSSC are passionate about providing a brighter future to young people nationwide and to seafarers, wherever they may be.

MSSC’s vision of being the leading maritime charity for youth development and lifelong learning aligns these two great charities under a common cause – to support all of our beneficiaries so they can achieve their best potential, whatever path they choose.

For the Sea Cadets, this means: inspiring and supporting the next generations through nautical adventure so they can realise their potential and grab a better future.

For the Marine Society, this means: Enabling seafarers with the right tools to get to where they want to be through learning and self development.

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0207 654 7051
202 Lambeth Road
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