Of related interest: UK’s largest career event for scientists

via the Stempra mailing list

 

This is a career event for scientists not science communicators, so why am I posting it?

 

My reasoning is that many if not all of those presenting at this event will employ science communicators of some sort so it may be worth having a look at the exhibitors list. Ive had a quick peek and it seems to be quite global so if your interest is more London-only this might not be the post for you, but see the second and third links.

Its the sort of site that I would go digging in to extract contact information for other organisations that might employ science communicators 

Exhibitors 

 http://www.nature.com/natureconferences/careerexpo/exhibitors.html 

Previous exhibitors 

http://www.nature.com/natureconferences/careerexpo/previous-exhibitors.html

Ambassadors

http://www.nature.com/natureconferences/careerexpo/ambassadors.html

I even spotted a couple of gaps in my science communication vacancies pages listing from looking at this page

 

 

 

UK’s largest career event for scientists returns for fourth year

 

The Naturejobs Career Expo will take place on the 23 September 2010 at the Business Design Centre in London. The event is dedicated to all science specialties, covering graduate and postdoc roles. Details of the conference and exhibition are now available at www.naturejobs.com/careerexpo 

Now in its fourth year, the Naturejobs Career Expo (formerly the Source Event) is the UK’s largest career fair and conference focused exclusively on the scientific world, with more than 1,000 attendees each year.

The conference and workshop sessions are divided into three streams: Graduate, Postdoc and Non-traditional careers.  The keynote lecture will be delivered by Dr Hilary Leevers, the Assistant Director for the Campaign for Science and Engineering in the UK (CaSE).

Exhibitors will include a wide range of employers from industry, academia and government. Current sponsors include Novo Nordisk, The Royal Society and the French Atomic Energy Commission (CEA).

The career expo is organised by Naturejobs, the Nature Publishing Group resource offering scientific career information and job postings. Registration for the Naturejobs Career Expo is now open at www.naturejobs.com/careerexpo The cost to attend the conference and workshops is £55. Visiting the exhibition is free to registered visitors. There are still opportunities available for sponsors and exhibitors.

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