We're a small organisation with growing reach and sometimes a growing team. From time to time there are opportunities for freelancers, contractors and full-timers to come on board and join us to provide a greater provision of the unique things we do.

Stemettes runs a number of intersectional cohort programmes, impactful events, and inspirational content platforms to promote Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) related careers to girls and nonbinary young people. We enable young people, their parents and other influencers to see the possibilities and make an informed decision about STEM careers - in a bid to boost the number of women in the UK’s STEM workforce.

We have supporters in the UK Government, industry employers (such as Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Vodafone, and Deutsche Bank) and fellow STEM outreach organisations. We've been featured in Forbes, the BBC, the Guardian, the Observer, the Times and the Huffington Post. Since our inception in February 2013, we have given more than 50,000 young people across the UK and Europe positive experiences with STEM.

Apply for our open positions below. We are committed to intersectionality and inclusivity so we welcome candidates of all backgrounds and genders. Employees are entitled to 25 days annual leave (not including bank holidays) and other benefits as well as learning opportunities. The below roles are currently for UK-based candidates only.

 

About the ‘Marketing Stemette’ role

We are looking for someone to manage some of the Marketing for Stemettes on a full-time / flexi-time 12-month contract - with the possibility of converting to a full-time role as our programmes expand. We require someone to competently create, schedule and post content and curate relationships with partner organisations to ensure they can access Stemette opportunities. This role is equivalent to a Marketing Officer or Marketing Executive.

Stemettes is an exciting, disruptive young organisation with a supportive and passionate Board of Directors and a strong aim to change mindsets and social norms for girls, nonbinary people and STEM.
As a result, we are seeking someone with an equally high degree of passion and pro-activity. Stemettes regularly has the opportunity to interact with industry leaders, influencers and media around the world and where necessary Marketing Stemette will have the opportunity to participate in these interactions.

Responsibilities
  • Co-ordination of content on our Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook channels
  • Curation of Newsletters
  • Responding to requests from youth and STEM organisations, including schools and community groups
  • Reaching out to groups in particular geographical regions to engage them in our programmes
  • Assist with visuals
  • Contribute to social media engagement and brand awareness campaigns
  • Contribute to ongoing website work
  • Undertake market research and establish the best way to reach target audiences
  • Support Stemettes' commitment to giving young people great STEM experiences and helping them make informed career decisions.
Essential Qualities
  • Marketing experience, this is not an entry-level position
  • Excellent spelling and grammar; Strong Written Communication Skills
  • Attention to detail as well as proofreading and editorial skills
  • Knowledge of Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn
  • Ability to multitask and work on multiple projects at the same time
  • Time Management and Prioritisation Skills
  • Creative
Desirable Qualities
  • Digital Marketing experience
  • Knowledge of Google Tag Manager, Google Analytics and Google AdWords
  • Knowledge of Hootsuite, Google Sheets/Excel, Trello, Airtable

You will report to Operations Stemette Yasmin Lodhi and work closely with Comms Stemette. You will not directly manage other staff members but will work closely with our Apprentice Stemette to ensure that our work and ethos is well and widely communicated.
We will pay a salary of 25-29K plus expenses to the successful candidate. The contract will be in line with experience and capabilities, reflecting Stemette Futures’ charitable status and expectations from our partners. You will mostly work from home but on occasion will need to come to travel within the UK, or visit our base in London.

Applications for this role opened on 1st March and will remain open until we hire a suitable candidate. The start date is ASAP. Apply here now.


  • What would make you a good Marketing Officer? (max 200 words)
  • What experience have you had that you can bring to this role? (max 200 words)
  • Why is this role something you’d like to do now? (max 200 words)
  • Why is this organisation one you’d like to join now? (max 200 words)
  • Which Analytics platforms do you like to work with? Why? (max 200 words)
  • Anything else you think we should know? (can include links to previous work or something you’re proud of)
  • What dish/food best represents you? (max 100 words)

About the ‘Mentoring Stemette’ role

We are looking for someone to manage our mentoring programme for over 15s on full-time / flexi-time 12 month contract - with the possibility of converting to a full-time role as the programme expands. We require someone to competently co-ordinate the opportunities we are offering to our Student Stemette base, whilst ensuring volunteers feel supported in their mentoring journey. This role is equivalent to a Mentoring Programme Co-ordinator.

Stemettes is an exciting, disruptive young organisation with a supportive and passionate Board of Directors and a strong aim to change mindsets and social norms for girls, nonbinary people and STEM.
As a result, we are seeking someone with an equally high degree of passion and pro-activity. Stemettes regularly has the opportunity to interact with industry leaders, influencers and media around the world and where necessary Mentoring Stemette will have the opportunity to participate in these interactions.

Responsibilities
  • Managing mentor-mentee relationships and being the main point of contact for all programme participants
  • Organising (and hosting) a series of matching sessions, programme check-in calls and speed networking session on our online platforms
  • Tracking the progress of each mentoring pair and ensuring that surveys and feedback have been completed, as well as maintaining an issues log
  • Administration and recording of participant progress from application, to onboarding, to mentoring, to programme graduation, using tools like Excel/Google Sheets and Airtable
  • Interviewing programme applicants to build a rapport with them, and to communicate qualitative impact with programme partners
Essential Qualities
  • Experience working on youth projects - this is not an entry-level role
  • Willingness to learn new skills
  • Ability to communicate effectively in English - both written and spoken - with people from different backgrounds
  • Strong work ethic and ability to work to deadlines
  • Ability to Multi-task
  • Good Interpersonal skills
  • Detail-oriented
  • Support Stemettes' commitment to giving young people great STEM experiences and helping them make informed career decisions.
Desirable Qualities
  • Experience using any of the following: Google Sheets/Excel, Airtable, Remo, Microsoft Teams, Calendly, Google Docs/Word, Trello
  • Confidence using digital tools
  • Prior experience of a mentoring programme (co-ordinating or participating)

You will report to our Operations Stemette/COO and manage volunteers who participate in the mentoring programme. You will not directly manage other staff members but will work closely with our Apprentice Stemette to ensure that the necessities for the mentoring programme are met and understood by all members across the team.
We will pay a salary of 25-29K plus expenses to the successful candidate. The contract will be in line with experience and capabilities, reflecting Stemette Futures’ charitable status and expectations from our partners. You will mostly work from home but on occasion will need to come to travel within the UK, or visit our base in London.

 

Applications for this role opened on 1st March and closed on 21st March 2021. You may be contacted before the deadline for an interview. The start date is mid-end April 2021.


 

  • What would make you a good Mentoring Programme Officer? (max 200 words)
  • What experience have you had that you can bring to this role? (max 200 words)
  • Why is this role something you’d like to do now? (max 200 words)
  • Why is this organisation one you’d like to join now? (max 200 words
  • Why are you suited to a customer-facing role? (max 200 words)
  • Anything else you think we should know? (can include links to previous work or something you’re proud of)
  • What dish/food best represents you? (max 100 words)

About the ‘Event Stemette’ role

We are looking for someone to help deliver our impactful events for young people on a full-time / flexi-time 12 month contract - with a view to converting to a full-time role. We require someone to competently plan and execute a range of events for our community as part of our existing events team. This role is equivalent to an Events Officer or Events Co-ordinator.

Stemettes is an exciting, disruptive young organisation with a supportive and passionate Board of Directors and a strong aim to change mindsets and social norms for girls, nonbinary people and STEM.
As a result, we are seeking someone with an equally high degree of passion and pro-activity. Stemettes regularly has the opportunity to interact with industry leaders, influencers and media around the world and where necessary Event Stemette will have the opportunity to participate in these interactions.

Responsibilities
  • Planning and executing virtual events (and eventually in-person events) following our internal processes, including online event production and participant logistics
  • Booking travel, couriers and freelancers for each event within our finance processes
  • Booking suppliers and ordering supplies for events
  • Communicating with event attendees and stakeholders before, during and after the event
  • Creating event collateral
  • Supporting facilitation at our events and workshops
Essential Qualities
  • Work to deadlines and good time management skills
  • Effective Communicator who can connect with different types of people
  • Organisation skills and the ability to create structures
  • Interpersonal and team working skills - you’ll be collaborating across the team
  • Attention to detail
  • Support Stemettes' commitment to giving young people great STEM experiences and helping them make informed career decisions.
Desirable Qualities
  • Knowledge of Trello, Excel/Google Sheets, Eventbrite, GetFeedback, WordPress, Microsoft Teams
  • Previous experience running events
  • Experience working with young people or in a non-profit environment

You will report to the Partnerships Officer and communicate directly with young people who participate in our impactful events. You will not directly manage other staff members but will work alongside our existing Event Stemette whilst also ensuring that other members of the team understand what is required of them at events.
We will pay a salary of 23-25K plus expenses to the successful candidate. The contract will be in line with experience and capabilities, reflecting Stemette Futures’ charitable status and expectations from our partners. You will mostly work from home but on occasion will need to come to travel within the UK, or visit our base in London.

Applications for this role opened on 1st March and closed on 21st March 2021. You may be contacted before the deadline for an interview. The start date is mid-end April 2021.


 

  • What would make you a good Events Officer? (max 200 words)
  • What experience have you had that you can bring to this role? (max 200 words)
  • Why is this role something you’d like to do now? (max 200 words)
  • Why is this organisation one you’d like to join now? (max 200 words)
  • Why are you suited to a logistics focussed role? (max 200 words)
  • What’s the difference between organising an online event and a physical one?
  • Anything else you think we should know? (can include links to previous work or something you’re proud of)
  • What dish/food best represents you? (max 100 words)

About the ‘Impact Stemette’ role

We are looking for someone to measure and monitor the Impact of Stemettes’ work on a full-time / flexi-time 12 month contract - with the view to a permanent role as our programmes expand. We require someone to competently create surveys and summarise quantitative and qualitative data so ensure we can accurately report to Stemettes; stakeholders. This role is equivalent to a Monitoring and Evaluation Officer or Impact Analyst.

Stemettes is an exciting, disruptive young organisation with a supportive and passionate Board of Directors and a strong aim to change mindsets and social norms for girls, nonbinary people and STEM.
As a result, we are seeking someone with an equally high degree of passion and pro-activity. Stemettes regularly has the opportunity to interact with industry leaders, influencers and media around the world and where necessary Impact Stemette will have the opportunity to participate in these interactions.

Responsibilities
  • Creating Registration, Onboarding and Feedback forms/surveys according to our Theory of Change
  • Collating qualitative and quantitative impact data for reporting to stakeholders in a timely manner
  • Writing narratives to communicate the impact of our work
  • Collating data from across our content platforms for internal reporting
  • Maintain a running count of attendance across all of our interventions
  • Curate impact data for our Annual Report
  • Evolving our data collection and collation processes with the help of the wider team
Essential Qualities
  • Must have previous experience within a similar evaluation, reporting or data - this is not an entry-level role
  • Working knowledge of Google Sheets/Excel and ability to summarise information
  • Very numerate and good grasp of numbers
  • Good written communication skills
  • Ability to work to deadlines and manage time effectively
  • Support Stemettes' commitment to giving young people great STEM experiences and helping them make informed career decisions
Desirable Qualities
  • Previous experience working with Impact Measurement or Evaluation and Monitoring
  • Previous experience working with Impact data at a nonprofit or similar organisation
  • Knowledge of Salesforce, GetFeedback, Canva, Microsoft Forms/Google Forms, Microsoft Teams, Eventbrite, Google Data Studio

You will report to Operations Stemette. You’ll work closely with our current Impact Stemette and Head Stemette. You will not directly manage other staff members but will work closely with members of our team to ensure they know your reporting requirements.
We will pay a salary of 27-32K plus expenses to the successful candidate. The contract will be in line with experience and capabilities, reflecting Stemette Futures’ charitable status and expectations from our partners. You will mostly work from home but on occasion will need to come to travel within the UK, or visit our base in London.

Applications for this role opened on 1st March and closed on 21st March 2021. You may be contacted before the deadline for an interview. The start date is mid-end April 2021.


 

  • What would make you a good Impact Officer? (max 200 words)
  • What experience have you had that you can bring to this role? (max 200 words)
  • Why is this role something you’d like to do now? (max 200 words)
  • Why is this organisation one you’d like to join now? (max 200 words)
  • What do you think we should be measuring to evaluate our impact? (max 100 words)
  • Which Analytics platforms do you like to work with? Why? (max 200 words)
  • Anything else you think we should know? (can include links to previous work or something you’re proud of)
  • What dish/food best represents you? (max 100 words)

Recruitment for this role has been paused as we shift to a new normal. We'll review this again in September 2021.

About the ‘Workshop Stemette’ role

We are looking for freelancers to work on our ‘Stemettes & Schools’ programme as workshop facilitators. We are growing very quickly and require people to run day-long experiences for girls, guardians and women in STEM to work on challenges and share knowledge about STEM careers.
Workshop Stemettes will be a part of a team of freelancers and volunteers. Stemettes is an exciting, disruptive young organisation with a supportive and passionate Board of Directors and strong aim to change mindsets and social norms for girls and STEM.
As a result we are seeking someone with an equally high degree of passion and pro-activity. Stemettes regularly has the opportunity to interact with industry leaders, influencers and media around the world and where necessary Workshop Stemettes will have the opportunity to participate in these interactions.

Responsibilities
  • Facilitating ‘Stemettes & Schools’ sessions at our STEM industry partners
  • Impact measurement on the ‘Stemettes & Schools’ programme
  • Occasional Curriculum, Playbook and Training creation for our ‘Stemettes & Schools’ workshops
  • General administration & facilitation for our ‘Stemettes & Schools’ workshops
  • Support the Stemettes commitment to giving girls great STEM experiences and helping them make informed career decisions.
Qualities
  • outgoing persona to inspire, encourage and include young participants
  • understanding of the STEM industry
  • confidence with social media
  • strong work ethic
  • demonstrable ability to multi-task
  • strong interpersonal skills to communicate with under engaged girls

You will report to Head Stemette and may work alongside volunteers who participate on the ‘Stemettes & Schools’ programme. You will not directly manage other staff members but will ensure that the necessities for the S&S programme are met and understood by all members across the team.
We will pay a fixed rate per day plus expenses with successful candidates. Dates will be pre-agreed and Workshop Stemettes will be given a minimum of 2 weeks notice ahead of running workshops. The overall contract will be in line with experience and capabilities, reflecting Stemettes not-for-profit status and expectations from our partners. You will be mostly mobile. Expect an average of 2 workshops a month.

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