Science Oxford is pleased to offer this one-day workshop that will give you all the skills you need to make your own videos on a mobile phone, then post it. Boost your marketing and raise your profile by learning how to plan, shoot, edit and then add text, subtitles and music to a video. Get […]
Oxford Sparks are looking for someone who could write a set of teaching resources to support and upcoming Oxford Sparks animation on an Earth Sciences Topic. Oxford Sparks is the University of Oxford’s online science engagement project. We create informative and appealing short animations in collaboration with researchers about their research, as well as podcasts […]
A new role (4 years; 0.6FTE) has now been advertised at the University of Oxford – this is not to be confused with the three other roles that have been advertised recently. More here: http://bit.ly/PER_coordinator; closing date is 29 June. You will take responsibility for the coordination and delivery of the Public Engagement with […]
You may be interested in this post, to work as a Public Engagement and Communications Officer for one of the MRC funded research Institutes at the University of Oxford. More details online here. The deadline for applications is midday 29 June. Please get in touch directly with any questions (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Living Well Oxford team are looking for a self-employed freelancer to join the team as the Living Well Oxford “Pop-up Shop” Manager from January 2017 until July 2017. Living Well Oxford is a collaborative partnership between Science Oxford (the public brand of The Oxford Trust), Oxford Academic Health Science Network (Oxford AHSN) and the […]
Science Oxford are looking to recruit a Technology Projects Officer as part of our Education and Engagement team. The role will involve the development and delivery of activities linked to engineering, coding, crafting and making in schools and at our Saturday clubs for families and young people. The role will also involve building partnerships […]
The Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences Division of the University of Oxford is developing an exciting pilot project to engage parents of primary school children in STEM (science, technology, engineering, maths) subjects by giving them information and tools for bringing maths and sciences into the home, supporting and encouraging their children (particularly girls and those […]