There are seven roles within the Outreach team which will provide development of exciting events, attend festivals, develop workshops and provide support to branches.
- Communciation Co-ordinator – Design posters and fliers; maintain and improve Outreach website; design and produce outreach newsletter. Liaise and support EWB-UK communication team.
- Website Editor - Responsible for the successful management of the outreach web site
- Workshop Developer – Development and improve workshops for schools. Development of festival workshops. Provision of workshop materials to branches getting started, and for festivals. Provision of workshop training at regional events where necessary. Development of follow-on workshop material e.g. school competitions.
- External Liaison – Making links with like-minded educational charities to share resources (e.g. practical action, wastewatch , Teach First etc.). Apply for sponsorship for the programme from bigger firms (e.g. Centrica etc.). Liaise and support the EWB-UK Fundraising team.
- Events Co-ordinator – Lead the organisation of national events such as National Outreach Conference and the GCSE training day.
- Festivals Co-ordinator – Research regional science festivals, co-ordinate applications for festivals and volunteers to attend them.
- Outreach Support Co-ordinator - this role will focus on communicating with the four regional outreach coordinators and reporting back on branch/PN successes to the Outreach Coordinator. As part of this role you'll assess the need for additional branch/regional training on presentations and workshops.
- Experience with EWB-UK's Outreach programme or similar
- Strong communication skills
- Organisational and project management skills
- A genuine interest in International Development
- A genuine interest to inspire the next generation of engineers
- Demonstrate relevant experience for position
- It is estimated that these roles will require less than 5 hours per week
- Team members will be required to attend science festivals and events across the country when available
- EWB-UK's Outreach programme is one of the most enjoyable and inspiring aspects of our work
- These roles provide a unique opportunity to demonstrate that you understand can communicate engineering effectively
- Some of the events attended will provide excellent opportunities for networking
- There is a massive satisifaction in inspiring young people to take up science and engineering