|Records suggest this is the third job I’ve posted from the Royal Academy of Engineering in the last six months or so…
Royal Academy of Engineering (RAE)
Project Manager (Engineering), National HE STEM Programme
http://www.raeng.org.uk/about/jobs/project_manager_HESTEM.htm Up to 12-Months Maternity Cover, Full-Time, Central London The Project:
The National Higher Education STEM Programme provides support to key STEM subjects taught in universities in England and Wales. It is hosted by the University of Birmingham with resources channelled through six regional ???spoke??? centres led by Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in the Midlands, North East, North West, South East, South West and Wales. The Programme builds on the activity, experience and expertise developed within four pilot projects including the London Engineering Project led by The Royal Academy of Engineering. The Role:
The purpose of the role of Project Manager (Engineering) is to be Integration, Diversity and Curriculum Officer on the National HE STEM Programme. The key tasks comprise of: *Work with the Engineering HE STEM Programme team, to oversee the transfer and embedding of the Academy-managed elements of the Widening Participation theme and learning from the pilot project, the London Engineering Project. This will involve close liaison with the Regional Coordinators within ???Spoke??? HEIs.
*Standing at the interface between the Academy and the National Programme more broadly, identifying links between Programme priorities and Academy expertise, and ensuring that knowledge and experience is passed in both directions.
*Diversity activity amongst communities under-represented within the STEM disciplines.
*HE curriculum innovation activity.
*HE STEM Focused outreach activity.
*In the later stages, as the Pilot Project activity becomes embedded, the emphasis of the activity of these staff will become re-aligned with the higher-skills theme of the National HE STEM Programme.
*To undertake any other duties reasonably required by the Education Programmes Director. The salary offered for the position is up to ??45k per annum depending on experience. CVs and covering letters are not required. Completed application forms should be e-mailed to Lynda Mann or posted to Mrs Lynda Mann, Projects Manager, Education, The Royal Academy of Engineering, 3 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5DG, to arrive no later than 12 noon on Friday, 30th April 2010. Interviews will be held at the Academy???s offices on Monday, 10th May 2010.