[Job, London] The Royal Institution, Schools Account Coordinator, circa 25k pro rata, close 5pm 26 September 2011 #scicomm jobs

The Royal Institution of Great Britain
Schools Account Coordinator
http://www.rigb.org/contentControl?action=displayContent&id=00000005415

As part of our Young People Programme (YPP), we have recently won funding to assist in fostering and growing participation with schools. The role has been funded for 3 days per week for a 3 year contract, and will deal in particular with setting up systems to track relationships with existing school contacts, as well as identifying and building new relationships with schools in selected boroughs in London. The role will include increasing the number of schools from areas with high levels of deprivation that are involved with the programme, as well as helping to tailor the programmes provided to better meet the needs of schools.

The ideal applicant will be familiar with the formal education system and teacher networks, with the interpersonal abilities to help the Ri to build on existing relationships with these areas. You will also have experience in setting up and maintaining information management or CRM systems and some knowledge of research techniques and evaluation frameworks such as the Museums Libraries and Archives (MLA) Generic Learning Outcomes (GLO).

Please apply with a c.v. and letter of application to executiveassistant@ri.ac.uk by 5pm on Monday 26 September 2011. You must be available for interview during the week commencing 3 October 2011.

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