Calling all inspiring educators, science communicators and marine lovers! Are you passionate about marine conservation and dedicated to helping the next generation connect with our oceans?
The National Marine Aquarium is an award winning charity with a mission to ‘connect us with our oceans’. We’re committed to conserving the marine environment and inspiring others to do the same.
Our Schools Programme is exceptional in its field and has been evaluated over the course of 10 years to show that not only do our sessions cover the National Curriculum, but also promote an interest and love of the marine environment for the students that take part. We are currently looking for the right person to join our Discovery and Learning team and take on the role of Schools Officer.
This role will predominantly focus on the planning and delivery of exceptional discovery and learning activities. We’re therefore looking for someone with excellent, adaptable teaching skills to be able to work with audiences from EYFS to higher education. They will need to possess a high standard of written and oral English and be energetic with a positive mind set and a passion for the education of school students.
They will also be required to prove that they have a highly organised and creative mind, with an ability to work under pressure as part of a team. .
The successful applicant will receive our full training programme to enable effective delivery of our full range of schools activities including tours, talks, outreach, shows and science/art/media workshops.
They will work 37.5 hours over 5 days a week (with some out of hours work required when necessary).
How to Apply:
Download your application form here – Application for Employment Schools Officer 2018
Please send your completed application form, CV and cover letter via email or post to:
Stu Higgs, Schools Programme Manager
Post: Stu Higgs, National Marine Aquarium, Coxside, Rope Walk, Plymouth, PL4 0LF
Tel: 01752 275232
Closing Date: 9am, 5th March 2018
Please include your current CV and a covering letter in your returned application explaining why you think you are suitable for the position.
In line with the requirements of the Asylum and Immigration Act 1996, all applicants must be eligible to live and work in the UK. As part of the recruitment process, you will be asked to provide documented evidence of eligibility.
The National Marine Aquarium Limited welcomes applications from all sections of the community and is an Equal Opportunities employer.
Only candidates invited for interview will be contacted.