Job Opportunity: Head of Public Engagement (maternity cover) - Full or part-time working considered
The Head of Public Engagement position at the Royal Meteorological Society offers a wonderful opportunity to join a small team in a dynamic and varied role.
Ideally, the candidate will have a professional background in meteorology and/or climate science and a good understanding of effective communication techniques
and platforms. You will enjoy creating captivating campaigns, content and organising outreach events for all our audiences, such as students, scientists and the general public.
It is a varied role; in any one day you may be planning a communication activity with the climate science group, attending an event, posting on social media and/or writing
articles for theWeather Club. You will also be involved in longer-term strategic projects, such as membership development and the Society’s professional accreditation schemes.
Joining the Society for this one-year post will enhance your knowledge and significantly grow your network within the weather and climate science community. Whilst
we are looking for a meteorologist or scientist with several years experience, we welcome applications from enthusiastic and capable early career professionals who have studied meteorology and/or climate science and are looking to learn new skills and further
***Although it is a full-time position, we are keen to consider part-time candidates or those wanting to job share the role (please state your preference
in your application)***
The salary for the role will be between £27,000-30,000 (pro rata) depending on experience.
To view the full job description, including main responsibilities, required knowledge and skills, background of the Society and details
and benefits, and to apply, please visit
Closing date for applications is Wednesday 4th April 2018.
Interviews will be held w/c 9th April 2018 and we will need someone in post by mid-April/before the end of April 2018.
Dr Catherine Muller
Head of Public Engagement
Royal Meteorological Society
104 Oxford Road
0118 956 8500