Pay: £436 - £464 per week (new Living Wage rate); full-time (40 hours per week)
Location: Throughout Scotland
Tour dates: Spring tour: 27 February - 22 March 2023* / Summer tour: 24 April to 9 June 2023
Inspire and educate primary school children with interactive science shows and workshops...
We are currently looking for Performers and Science Communicators for our 2023 Generation Science tour. You can find out more about our Generation Science Tour at this link: http://www.sciencefestival.co.uk/generation-science
*There may be the possibility of other short-term contract work during our annual Festival in the weeks in-between.
Pay: £10.90 per hour (New Living Wage rate applied)
Location: National Museum of Scotland
Key Dates: 7 November – 12 November 2022
We will be re-launching our STEM careers event for S1–S3 pupils, Careers Hive: Live & in-person at the National Museum of Scotland. Careers Hive is an immersive careers education event designed to give students between the ages of 11-14 a new way to think about their futures.
We are looking for Science Communicators to be involved in this event.
To find out more about our Careers Hive event follow this link
Edinburgh Science Foundation is an educational charity that inspires people of all ages and backgrounds around the world to experience the wonder of science and technology. Best known for Edinburgh’s annual Science Festival – the world’s first science festival and still one of the world’s largest – and for our Learning programmes that sees Generation Science tour Scotland and bring science to life in classrooms throughout the year and promotes STEM careers to teens through initiatives such as Careers Hive. An increasing worldwide element shares our content, passion and expertise more widely through an extensive portfolio of international projects.
Our mission is to inspire, encourage and challenge people of all ages and backgrounds to explore, understand and engage with the world around them and to communicate the educational, social and economic benefits of science and technology.
Our language is that of live experiences that amaze, inform and entertain in equal measure. We put the customer first whether they are the public, school teacher or pupil. We want to be the best before we are the largest. We thrive on creativity, rely upon professionalism and insist on accuracy. We believe in testing what we do assuming that rarely can an event not be improved. We respect and nurture the partnerships on which we depend for support, people and ideas. We know we are only as good as the people we work with and so value them all, here and abroad.