I think it’s more about developing resources to support teachers in their science communicaton than a scicomm job per se, but looks interesting.RSC – Royal Society of Chemistry
Schools and Colleges Manager
http://www.rsc.org/AboutUs/rscwork/SchoolsandCollegesManager.asp <– details on how to apply
The RSC is the largest non-government supporter of chemistry education in the UK. We are looking for an excellent communicator with a passion for chemistry and education to lead the RSC Schools and Colleges team and to be an ambassador for the RSC. The role holder will be responsible for the design, instigation and delivery of the RSC’s Schools and Colleges policy, activities and services in line with the RSC’s strategy.
(1) Developing extensive networks of those involved in teaching and learning of chemistry including teachers, educational organisations, government agencies, awarding organisations.
Essential Skills and qualifications
Based in Cambridge, UK. Salary ??50,832 – ??56,480. Closing date 30 June 2011. Vacancy reference no. 11-61
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