[Job] IOP (Institute of Physics), Project Co-ordinator, ??21.5k, clos 26 Sep 2010 #scicomm jobs

Institute of Physics

Project Co-ordinator (Stimulating Physics Network)


Project Co-ordinator (Stimulating Physics Network) Fixed Term Contract until March 2011

Salary: ??21,500 per annum plus benefits

The role has arisen through the decision of the DCSF to fund a network of physics support centres. The Institute won the contract in partnership with the National Science Learning Centre. We will build a network to support teachers and pupils of physics through Physics Network Coordinators working locally with schools. This is based on the Institute’s successful models of the Teacher Network and the Stimulating Physics pilot. With the manager of the project now in place, we need a good administrator to support the team.

This role requires a good all-rounder who is looking to improve their administrative skills working as part of a busy team. The ideal candidate will have: Good organisational skills, an ability to work within a team and on your own initiative, an ability to multi-task and to deal tactfully with a wide range of people. An ability to work autonomously and under pressure, excellent communication skills – both verbal and written, excellent telephone manner, excellent interpersonal skills, computer literate with MS Office experience including, Word, Excel and Outlook. Some experience of editing and uploading pages to websites and experience of organising conferences.

The successful applicant will be an employee of the Institute of Physics for the duration of the contract and will be based in the London office.

Closing Date – 26 September 2010
Interviews – 5 October 2010

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