WES Centenary Trail Project Officer Vacancy

The Women’s Engineering Society was previously awarded a grant of £66,800 by the National Lottery Heritage Fund to run our WES Centenary Trail project.

The Centenary Trail Project Officer role is supported by the grant and is pivotal to the celebration of 100 years of the Women Engineering Society in 2019.

We are looking for an organised and enthusiastic project manager with an interest in women’s history, experience of working with volunteers and setting up events, with a bit of social media savvy.

Ideally you will have done some Wikimedia editing and be familiar with National Lottery Heritage Fund systems. This is an up to 11 month contract – June 2019/May 2020 depending on start date.

Salary £25,000 pro rata (22 hours per week) for up to 11 months. Part time (flexible working available). Home working but able to work occasionally at the WES office in Stevenage and travel across the country for meetings and to run events around the country when required.

Closing date Tuesday 30th April 2019. To apply please visit the website here.

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