This one comes from the STEMPRA* mailing list.
I’ve removed the sender’s contact details so if you think you need them get in touch and I’ll send them on to you.
*hilarious in-joke referring to the fact that everyone else calls it Stempra. I do too, mostly, but only to fit in with everyone else. I like my acronyms to look like real acronyms – I’m looking at you BPAS and NFP Synergy.
Application form from the link below, job description attached.
University of Cambridge
Office of External Affairs and Communications
Festivals and Outreach Manager (Maternity cover – limit of tenure: 9 months)
We are looking for an experienced professional to manage a very busy programme of outreach and public engagement events. We seek to appoint a Festivals and Outreach Manager with staff, budget and event management experience.
This is an opportunity to work as part of a committed Community Affairs team within the Office of External Affairs and Communications, supporting public engagement activity across the University of Cambridge. Working on the Cambridge Science Festival and the Cambridge Festival of Ideas among other events, the post-holder will need the ability to liaise with academic staff and students to programme events which convey the University’s research in all subjects to public audiences.
The post involves a significant amount of partnership working with sponsors, departments, museums and community partners, requiring relationship management skills. Fundraising experience is highly desirable.
You must be able to demonstrate excellent event logistics, marketing management and communications skills.
The successful candidate will be required to apply for an Enhanced CRB Disclosure.
Further information about the Office and this post, including how to apply, is available from www.cam.ac.uk/communityaffairs
Interviews will provisionally be arranged for 21 September and 24 September 2010. We are looking for the postholder to be available to start in the position as soon as possible.
Closing date: 15 September 2010
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