This wasn’t posted by me, this was posted by a clever person from the Ri who read (and followed the instructions contained within it) the page on how to submit your own jobs. I just had to check nothing crazy was in it and press OK. Everything below the line appeared by magic 🙂 Whoever posted this scored well on ‘attention to detail’.
For speed, I’m cheating on adding in all the individual previous jobs from Ri and exploiting Google’s wonderful site-restricted search option to bring you the results of this search:
More jobs to be posted possibly at the weekend – I’m participating in a panel Q&A talk tomorrow night at Charles Darwin House, on Twitter and science communication, it’s free.
a) The Royal Institution of Great Britain, AKA “the Ri”
b) Public Programme Manager, Permanent and Full Time
d) A job description / person specification – see attached
e) The full text of the advert, ideally as it appears on the organisation’s own page:
Public Programme Manager Salary: circa £30k (negotiable) Vacancy Type: Full-Time Position, Permanent Contract
As part of our commitment to life-long education, the Ri organises an events programme for the general public. With speakers ranging from popular faces such as Brian Cox and Sir Robert Winston, and subjects as diverse as genetics and nanotechnology, these events capture the imagination of people from all walks of life.
There is now a requirement for a managerial position to support the Director of Science and Education in delivering this programme. The position will hold financial and operational responsibility for managing and delivering the Ri public programme, which will include the development and delivery of events (both funded and income generating), ensuring that funding and sponsorship of events is achieved, marketing and promoting events and providing effective external and internal customer services.
The successful applicant will be educated to degree level or equivalent (science degree desirable) and have experience in organising science events for the public, as well as the creative ability to enable the creation of new and engaging events. Excellent organisation and communication skills will be essential, as will general familiarity with science and technology. The job description and person specification for this position can be downloaded from our website. Please submit your CV and supporting statement to email@example.com before the closing date: 5pm, Wednesday 27 July. You must be available for interview at the Ri during the first week of August 2011.
f) The salary and closing date: c£30k (negotiable), closing date is 5pm on Wednesday 27 July
g) Contact details of where people should send their CVs: firstname.lastname@example.org