We're a small organisation with growing reach and sometimes a growing team. From time to time there are opportunities for freelancers, contractors and possibly full-timers to come on board and help us towards a greater provision of the unique things we do. Check out what we're looking for at the moment below. All enquiries to jobs@stemettes.org

Stemettes runs a number of cohort programmes, public events, and inspirational content platforms to promote Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) related careers to girls and nonbinary young people, using a network of women and others working in the STEM industry. We enable girls, 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 & EU Commission, industry employers (such as Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Telefonica/O2, Centrica 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 almost 45,000 young people across the UK and Europe positive experiences with STEM.

Apply for the relevant position by sending a CV and cover letter to jobs@stemettes.org, answering any questions detailed below.

 

About the ‘Data Stemette’ role

We are looking for someone to work with us on our impact reporting across programmes and events. The Data Stemette will have the opportunity to tell a story of our impact through numbers and case studies. Stemettes is a not-for-profit social enterprise and our work alongside new charity Stemette Futures, means a greater emphasis on capturing & sharing data and impact than we've ever had.

Data Stemette will be a part of a team of full-timers, part-timers and 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 Data Stemette will have the opportunity to participate in these interactions.

Responsibilities
  • Collecting and monitoring impact data (both qualitative and qualitative)
  • Building our annual reports
  • Ensuring the board and key stakeholders are up to date via reports, including ad-hoc KPI reports
  • Supporting the team with metrics and case studies
  • Manage our process for onboarding young people into our closed online community
  • Develop reporting formats to ensure they have an engaging design and easy to read
  • Work closely with our director to help build/maintain a data management system
  • Support the Stemettes commitment to giving girls great STEM experiences and helping them make informed career decisions.
Qualities
  • ability to show initiative when measuring impact
  • experience with Excel
  • desirable: experience with Python, SQL or Salesforce
  • desirable: experience producing impact reports
  • ability to leverage raw data into actionable insights
  • good attention to detail
  • strong work ethic
  • demonstrable ability to multi-task
  • strong written and verbal communication skills to effectively relate data to the wider team
  • ability to manage time and prioritise projects to meet deadlines

You will report to Head Stemette and a member of the Stemettes Board of Directors. You will not directly manage other staff members. We will pay £21-24k prorata plus expenses to the successful candidate, in line with the London Living Wage. The contract will reflect your experience and capabilities, as well as Stemette Futures' charity status and expectations from our partners. You will be working flexibly 2 or 3 days a week from our London offices or home. You will be subject to an Enhanced DBS check in keeping with our Safeguarding policy. The successful candidate with begin work mid-end June 2020.

By 22nd May 2020, supply a CV and Cover Letter that includes the phrases (and answers to): My motivations for joining TeamStemette are as follows ______; If I could choose a superpower, it would be _______, because _______.

Recruitment for this role has been paused as we shift to a new normal. We'll review this again in September 2020.

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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