Outreach Activity Development



Super flexible working hours to fit around caring responsibilities, other commitments and employment


Responsible to: Director of Student Admissions and Recruitment


Direct Report (s): N/A


Place of work: Home based primarily, occasional travel to Canada Water

Nominal weekly hours: N/A

Contract:  N/A


Salary:  Hourly rate


You will support the interpretation of ideas and translate them into deliverable mini activities to be undertaken within Schools, Colleges and Community Groups to spark interest and excitement in design and engineering for students initially in the 14-17 age range


You will have experience in developing practical activities, lessons plans and solutions for a variety of practical activities ranging from 2-5 minutes up to 4 -5 hours delivery time


Creative and passionate about widening participation and encouraging diverse groups of students who have never considered studying engineering to see the world of possibilities


We anticipate approximately 30 of these activities are required over the coming weeks and months.


Our teaching delivery and pedagogy is disruptive and innovative. The only limit in delivering this work effectively is your imagination.


About Us

  • Passionate about education and students
  • Passionate about empowering future engineers
  • Highly qualified in an area of responsibility
  • Kind, thoughtful and highly communicative
  • A team player


Your role:


  • To manifest a culture of support, engagement, learning, innovation and support for both students and staff.
  • To be part of the core team in a highly reputable and motivated new HE organisation
  • The development of innovative practical, engaging activities for potential student groups which can be delivered by colleagues engaged in outreach and inreach student recruitment roles
  • Work with the Founding Lead and Deputy Dean on creating and translating new ideas into deliverables



Skills and Knowledge


  • Self-starter able to meet the challenges of a high focus fast paced programme of work, able to work across a number of activities at the same time and to maintain pace and control
  • Understanding of future students’ needs and a perspective on innovation in student engagement
  • Excellent communication and coordination skills
  • Flexibility and creativity to help shape the programme of work to achieve outcomes
  • You may be or have been a DT or Science teacher


Knowledge of the National Curriculum and development of learning outcomes would be beneficial