Wanted: an all-round charity wizard! Someone who can own all things events, volunteering, content and more within a fast-paced STEM education charity – empowering young people from all backgrounds to become the innovators of tomorrow.
The upfront stuff in case you missed it:
The about us bit
At FIRST UK we’re making STEM less intimidating, more diverse and inclusive, empowering young people to make informed choices about their future. We’re more than robots – we’re a global movement of educators and influencers determined to see a world where young people are empowered to explore, challenge and grow into innovators who will take on tomorrow’s challenges.
The bit about the role
As we enter a new phase of consolidation and growth we’re seeking a brilliant, enthusiastic individual to support our operations function and drive us forward at pace: organising epic events, churning out awesome comms, supporting critical relationships and working with great people. It’s a real roll-your-sleeves-up role, a platform to develop, grow and transform.
The bit about you
This is a rare, career-accelerating opportunity to support programme delivery in an organisation transforming young lives. Perhaps you’ll have worked in a team delivering events, products, or services previously. Whatever your background, you’ll be a dynamic self-starter with a desire to make a positive contribution to society – quick to learn, adapt and bring people with you.
The process bit
The stuff everyone says
Unfortunately, due to the large number of applications we receive, we will not be able to provide feedback to candidates who are not invited to interview. If you require any materials in an alternative format please this in your application.
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Thanks for taking the time to consider joining us. Good luck! We look forward to meeting you!
“The kids aren’t building robots, the robots are building the kids” – Dean Kamen