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Schools and Volunteer Co-ordinator

£315 per week (temporary contract) 35 hours (full-time)

About the role:

Edinburgh Science runs Careers Hive  each year.  This is an exciting immersive careers education event designed to give students in S1-S3 a new way to think about their futures. It highlights the opportunities available to those who study STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and maths), as well as the cross-disciplinary skills and subjects that can support and enhance STEM careers.

We are looking for a confident, and enthusiastic Coordinator to recruit schools and STEM volunteers to participate inCareers Hive.  You will enjoy communicating with people at all levels and the administration of co-ordinating events, people, and processes. 

About you:

Have previous experience of working in a busy customer service or co-ordination role with proven organisation skills, including proficient use of Microsoft office software.  You will have an excellent telephone manner and enhanced communication and influencing skills to work and communicate professionally with diverse groups and individuals.  You will be skilled at managing a varied workload and balancing priorities.  Previous experience of working in an arts, festival, educational, scientific or cultural environment is desirable, as is willingness to roll up your sleeves and get stuck in!

How to apply:

Click the link below to visit our dedicated careers portal. Please note that only applications submitted via our careers portal will be considered.

Apply online

The closing date for applications is: Sunday 22 September 2019 at 11:59PM  

Interviews will be held on: Monday 30 September 2019

Temporary contract: this position is full-time, term time contract for a period of approx. 18 weeks from mid-October 2019 to mid-March 2020.

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