The Oxford Trust is an exciting place to be with busy programmes of activity across our three core areas of work: enterprise, education and engagement. Our team currently consists of 23 full and part-time people positioned across our Central Office, Schools and LIVE functions. You can Meet our Team here.
We are based at the Oxford Centre for Innovation on New Road in the heart of the city, with views looking across West Oxford and the Oxford Castle complex.
Science Oxford STEM Projects Officer
Salary £24K – £27K pa
We’re looking for a new Science Oxford STEM Projects Officer to join our brilliant education team and help us to develop and deliver our secondary school outreach programme. You’ll be working with schools and our business partners to deliver a diverse programme of activities that provide young people with a real-life insight of STEM careers and opportunities.
This role is based at our brand new Science Oxford Centre in Headington, Oxford.
Please send your CV and a covering letter explaining how you fit the job criteria to [email protected]
Interviews: 9th and 10th May 2019
Job Description STEM Projects Officer (Secondary)
Closing date for entries: 9am on Tuesday 23rd April 2019
For further information please visit www.scienceoxford.com
Science Oxford Centre Officer
£24K – £27K pa
We’re looking for a new team member to join us in September 2019 to help deliver our unique education and engagement programme at Science Oxford’s new centre in Headington. Working for the Science Oxford Centre Manager, you’ll be responsible for the delivery of an exciting programme of activities for families and primary schools including the public opening of the Science Oxford Centre (SOC) for two Saturdays each month. This is an amazing opportunity to be a part of our growing organisation and to work in the Uk’s newest science education centre.
If you’d like to apply, send your CV and a covering letter to [email protected]
Job Description Science Oxford Centre Officer Sept 2019
Deadline for applications: 9am on 1st May 2019
Interviews: 15th May 2019