We’re looking for a proactive and passionate education professional to join our team and help change the education of engineers to ensure that global responsibility is at the heart of what engineers do.
Engineers Without Borders UK is at an exciting time. Our Engineering for People Design Challenge continues to grow in our established geography of the UK and Ireland and it is about to be piloted in South Africa and the USA. We are developing new partnerships to further influence the education of engineers and drive innovation in addressing global challenges. Our growing movement is now in a position to be directed towards collective action and key to achieving this is the provision of relevant opportunities to learn about global responsibility in engineering and how to practice it.
We’re now looking for a proactive and passionate education professional to join our team. You will be someone who is keen to change the education of engineers to ensure that global responsibility is at the heart of what engineers do, and, you will have the necessary skills and experience to put that into practice.
This role is ideal for someone with a passion for engineering and technology and the difference it makes to people. The ideal candidate will experience in education/training development and delivery, and a degree (or equivalent) in engineering or a related subject.
As our Learning and Development Officer, your primary responsibility will be the delivery of education and training resources and experiences to develop those within our growing community. This role is envisaged to start out supporting existing activities within the organisation, working collaboratively across all areas of the charity to bring consistency and increased quality to the education aspects of our work. Over time, and as the organisation grows, there is the opportunity to become increasingly strategic and take on greater responsibility for developing new educational opportunities.
To find out more about the role please download the full role description and person specification.
To apply please send a CV (two pages maximum) and a covering letter (up to two pages) to [email protected] with the job title in the subject line. Please outline clearly in your covering letter:
- Your reasons for wanting to join the team at Engineers Without Borders UK
- How you meet the role description and person specification
- Your availability to be interviewed in London on Tuesday 21 or Wednesday 22 May 2019
- Where you saw the role advertised
The deadline for applications is 5pm (BST) Friday 10 May 2019 and we expect to interview shortlisted candidates on either Tuesday 21 or Wednesday 22 May 2019.
We receive high volumes of applications for all roles so, to keep administrative costs to a minimum, we will only contact short listed candidates.
Interviews for shortlisted candidates will be held at our office in central London. Unfortunately, it is not our policy to reimburse expenses for attending interviews at Engineers Without Borders UK.
Engineers Without Borders UK has a legal responsibility to ensure that all its employees have the right to live and work in the UK. An offer of employment will be subject to the organisation verifying that you are eligible to work in the UK.
Engineers Without Borders UK is committed to selecting candidates for employment based on aptitude and ability, irrespective of gender, race, ethnic origin, disability, nationality, sexuality, religion or belief, marital status or social class.