We’re a small team with a big impact!
Over the last 10 years, our team has supported thousands of young people from some of the most disadvantaged and underrepresented backgrounds across the UK, achieve their educational and career potential by advancing to STEM degrees and careers.
If you’re ambitious, dynamic, and have got whole heaps of drive, as well as a desire to support disadvantaged young people, we would love for you to join us.
Paid Holiday: 28 days paid annual leave (pro-rata), plus 8 days bank holiday.
Care: Parental and family leave, as well as a generous employer contributed pension plan.
Competitive Salary: We pride ourselves on rewarding great work with great compensation.
Remote Working: All of our staff have the opportunity to benefit from flexible and remote working.
Personal Development: Opportunities to continue to grow through skills and careers development delivered by our partners.
Regional Programme Officer – North West
We are currently hiring for a Regional Programme Officer to deliver our programme in the North West. As a Regional Programme Officer, you will be responsible for supporting outreach and our programme activities in Manchester, the North West, and may be asked to support in other regions where required.
Regional Programme Officer – Midlands
We are currently hiring for a Regional Programme Officer to deliver our programme in the Midlands. As a Regional Programme Officer, you will be responsible for supporting outreach and our programme activities in Birmingham, the midlands, and may be asked to support in other regions where required.
Communications and Marketing Executive
This is a new role that would suit someone who has experienced the management and delivery of professional marketing campaigns, as well as experience of delivering communications and creative assets. In this role, you will be responsible for building and delivering the charity’s communications strategy, telling our story and raising awareness of our work amongst all of our target audiences.
STEM PhD Ambassador – Manchester, Birmingham, Exeter, Bristol – 1 day per week equivalent.
In2scienceUK are looking for self-starting, confident and engaging PhD candidates who can engage fellow researchers to support the In2scienceUK programme and deliver inspiring STEM presentations to prospective school students.
Digital Programme Officer (3 months)
We are currently recruiting a Digital Programme Officer to support the development and delivery of our online Learning Management System and Programme.
In2scienceUK Internship (3 months – Jan or April start)
We are looking for two interns to join us for 3 months on a paid internship, one to start in January or and one to start in May. The successful candidates will primarily support the development and delivery of the In2scienceUK summer programme for year 12 students, however, there may be opportunities to support the In2scienceUK Alumni programme and there may be opportunities to get involved in other aspects of the charity.