3 job opportunities at The International Centre for Life

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The International Centre for Life is a science centre in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, that encourages curiosity for science, technology, engineering and maths. Life’s new project is called “Creative Explorations” and aims at creating exhibitions, community programmes and a review of its own culture and practices. In order to do so, Life is recruiting specialists for different positions.

Apply by 5 November.

Community Liaison Manager – (Full time, fixed term to March 2021. Salary £28k - £32k, depending on experience). Your job will be to establish and maintain long-term relationships with identified stakeholders and other relevant groups in order to give the institution a bigger presence in different spaces. The ideal candidate should have a degree in social work, psychology or sociology or relevant professional qualification with skills and significant knowledge and experience of working with marginalised groups. More information.

Exhibit Developer (2 posts) – (Full time, fixed term to March 2021. Salary £25k - £28k, depending on experience). You will help develop the intellectual content and visitor activities featured in the exhibitions. The ideal candidate will be imaginative and curious, with a degree in science or evidence of equivalent professional level experience. More information.

Visitor Researcher – (Full time, fixed term to March 2021. Salary £18k - £23k, depending on experience). You will be involved in acting as an “Audience Advocate” within the capital and revenue projects and participate in the national evaluation of the Inspiring Science Fund programme. The ideal candidate will have experience working with children or families in a learning environment, and a degree in an appropriate field or a science degree plus relevant practical experience. More information.

Apply by 5 November.

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International Centre for Life

Science in the 21st century is proving to be fast moving, potentially life-enhancing and certainly controversial. Life has grown out of a desire to deliver a science centre for the North East that is forward looking and seeks to offer these leading edge ideas in a form that is easily accessible to everyone.