|Salary:||£29,515 to £34,189 per annum|
|Placed On:||8th October 2018|
|Closes:||29th October 2018|
Technocamps is apan-Wales schools and community outreach project, funded by the European Social Fund, for schools and colleges with the aim of encouraging an increase in the numbers of pupils who opt to study computer science and its cognate STEM subjects. The project is a joint initiative led by Swansea University in partnership with the University of South Wales, Bangor, Cardiff, and University of Wales Trinity St David. One of its aims is to encourage an increase in the number of pupils who opt to study computer science and its cognate STEM subjects at GCSE, A Level and beyond.
The Workshop Development and Delivery Officer will be responsible for the development and delivery of computer science and STEM (Physics, Maths and Technology) activities and workshops. They will be part of the Technocamps delivery team and will deliver to workshops to school pupils across South East Wales. The role will require the ability to teach young people about Computer Science and STEM subjects in an enthusiastic manner, tailoring teaching methods to suit different learning needs.
Responsible to the Technocamps Regional Coordinator the Workshop Development and Delivery Officer will work with academics, student ambassadors and the Technocamps team to develop new and exciting workshops for delivery. The successful post holder will be required to work independently and as part of a group, taking the lead role during workshop sessions. Applicants must have excellent interpersonal skills, communication skills, a professional manner and evidence of being able to teach young people aged 11-19. The ability to speak welsh is desirable, though not essential. This role requires an Enhanced DBS Check.
Flexible working/ part time or term time only working, will be considered with this position.
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