3 Job Vacancies at the Science Museum Group

The Science Museum Group currently has three new vacancies in the Learning team of their Museum in London:

  • Academy Programme Leader

We're looking to recruit a Programme Leader on a fixed term contract (until August 2021), based in London to lead the design, development, delivery and maintenance of high impact, high quality professional development training programmes and resources which shares Science Museum Group's (SMG) approach and research around engaging audiences with science. You will also proactively identify opportunities to work with a designated key audience group and develop and curate content for an online presence for the Academy.

More information about the Academy Programme Leader position.

  • Academy Programme Coordinator

In the Autumn of this year, we will be launching a Training Academy which will deliver inspirational science engagement training courses and resources to teachers, museum and STEM professionals, and volunteers.

The courses themselves are designed to share our creative, hands-on approach for igniting curiosity and engaging a wide range of audiences with STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and mathematics), which are underpinned by academic research.

This is an exciting new position that would see the Programme Coordinator coordinate the logistics, communication and reporting for the Academy. You'll manage training bookings, and oversee statistics reporting the evaluation of courses.

More information about the Academy Programme Coordinator position.

  • Learning Producer

Our Science Museum Group mission is to inspire futures and ignite curiosity, and our learning resources, play a pivotal role in delivering this mission to a range of different audiences. All resources are underpinned by our learning philosophy, academic research and the science capital concept.

We're currently looking for a Learning Producer to oversee the production of high-quality, engaging and inspiring resources to support our cultural programme and core activities. This will involve supervising the creative development, delivery and ongoing maintenance of resources for schools and, families. In this role you will also proactively research and identify opportunities for us to promote our learning offering as well as oversee and manage key events for target audiences.

More information about the Learning Producer position.

Apply by 10 October

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  • Academy Programme Leader
  • Academy Programme Coordinator
  • Learning Producer

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Science Museum Group

The UK’s Science Museum Group is the world’s most significant museum group devoted to science. Governed by its Board of Trustees, the Science Museum Group comprises the Science Museum in London, the National Science and Media Museum in Bradford, the Science and Industry Museum in Manchester, the National Railway Museum in York and Locomotion in Shildon. Together these national museums attract over 6 million visitors per year and house world-class collections consisting of over 7 million objects.