[Job] British Science Association vacancy, Science in Society Officer, ??21-24.5k, closing 22 April #scicomm jobs

Psci-com is filling to the brim with science communication jobs at the moment…


We have a new post within the Science in Society team at the British Science Association. It’s a full time, one year fixed term contract.

They will take particular responsibility for supporting the follow-on group to take forward the action plan in the Science for All report  as well as being part of the team delivering and developing the Science in Society programme. This programme consists of regular and occasional activities targeted at three key audiences: scientists, science communication practitioners and lay publics. Current projects include the Science Communication Conference, training scientists in communication skills and a public dialogue on research using animals containing human material.

(Science for All report http://www.bis.gov.uk/News/features/2010/2/science-for-all-report-launched)

For a full job description please visit our website:


The closing date for applications is Thursday 22 April 2010 at 5pm.

Interviews for this position will be on Wednesday 5 May 2010 in London.

If you’d like to have an informal discussion about this role please contact me on the number below.


(I’ve edited out contact details for posting on Posterous, you can get them from the psci-com archives or ask me @jobrodie)

The 2010 Science Communication Conference will take place on Monday 24 and Tuesday 25 May at Kings Place, central London.

Visit www.britishscienceassociation.org/sciencecommunicationconference to book your place and for more information about the sessions. Bookings close on Friday 14 May, so don???t miss out!

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