Advocacy Stemette

Recruitment for this role will begin 30th June and run until 15th August, with a start date of 15th September.

 

About the Advocacy Stemette role

As part of our 2022 3-year strategy, Stemettes is evolving our practice-based Thought Leadership and long-term influence over Diversity and Inclusion across STEM education & outreach. We’d like to see systemic change based on insights from our interactions with the next generation. This role is a permanent full-time opportunity within our Partnerships team with lots of room for growth and development. You will be excited at the prospect of changing social norms and working towards a better future nationally and internationally. You will be heavily involved in relationship-building and advocacy projects, supported by senior leaders in our organisation. We are committed to intersectionality and inclusivity so welcome candidates of all backgrounds and genders.

 

 

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Responsibilities
Support the delivery and formulation of Stemettes’ Thought Leadership projects - including but not limited to best practice briefings, short blog posts, practice papers, reports, presentations or responses to consultations
Collate impact and practice based evidence, ensuring a sound basis for outputs
Monitor the external STEM outreach and education policy & data landscape for opportunities to share & represent Stemettes practice
Develop and extend a stakeholder engagement map, building relationships with key stakeholders & influencers - whilst involving partners in projects
Represent Stemettes across governmental, institutional and policy related meetings and roundtables or supporting senior leaders to do so
Contribute to the existing Stemettes case studies process, also responding to adhoc case study requests for evidence
Support facilitation of Stemettes interventions
Desired Qualities
Excellent written and spoken communication
Ability to show initiative and work independently
Collaborative - Good at building relationships and making new professional connections
Big picture thinking - able to work on a new stream of work, from scratch
Committed to promoting equality and diversity
Not essential: Experience working in advocacy/policy, particularly around education / D&I
Not essential: Experience working the third sector
Not essential: Public speaking experience

You’ll report into our Creative Partnerships Lead.

This is a full-time role, based in the UK (no remote applicants please).

Fixed contract for 2 years with possible renewal thereafter.

Upon successfully passing probation you’ll be able to opt into our Four Day Work pilot at full pay. Associate Level pay, from 26500 to 30000GBP per annum.

Will be reduced by 8% during the probation period.

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