Work with us

We are a hard working team, passionate about inspiring the next generation of engineers. If you’d like to be part of that, current vacancies are posted below.

Living wage foundation           

Key benefits

Annual leave and volunteering days

All staff benefit from 28 days of holiday each year, as well as the opportunity to use an additional 2 days when volunteering for a good cause.

Employer pension contribution

Generous employer contribution of 10% to help you save for the future.

Free annual health check

Over 40s get a free annual health check, helping to ensure your good health is always a priority. This benefit is also available to those over the age of 35 with three years length of service.

Current vacancies

There are currently 3 job vacancies at EngineeringUK

Content manager

Closing date: Jun 11, 2021

Permanent. Salary C. £35k dependent on experience

The Neon content manager will be responsible for the management of the process of sourcing, uploading and reviewing content on the Neon platform. They will do this by forming and maintaining strong working relationships with Neon content providers, collaborating with them to ensure that content on the platform is in line with the Neon quality standards, and with a view to enabling sustainable growth in quality in the medium/long term.

They will also be responsible for contributing to developing a content strategy which ensures there is a good balance of content on the site, whilst keeping an eye on future developments in the STEM engagement and education landscapes and ensuring that the content on Neon remains relevant.

They will regularly check to ensure that the content on Neon is relevant for both primary and secondary settings and shows the breadth of engineering opportunity and entry points, specially focusing on the needs of students who are under-represented in engineering.

The Neon content manager will be responsible for the design and implementation of a programme of workshops and webinars which support the Neon content providers. They will work closely with the TE (Tomorrow’s Engineers) Code Team to ensure that this programme dovetails with any activity the TE Code have planned, bringing the two cohorts together when appropriate.

Full role and person specifications can be downloaded here.

 

Please send a CV and 1 page statement in support your application (detailing how you fulfil the key criteria for the role) by email to HR@engineeringuk.com, quoting the job title in the subject of your email. The deadline for applications is before 12 noon on 11th June 2021

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Head of Environmental Sustainability

Closing date: Jun 21, 2021

Permanent, 4-5 days/week, job shares considered
Salary range: £47,800 – 55,000, depending on experience

At the start of 2021, we brought together our current work and future ambitions relating to Environmental Sustainability (ES) into a new substrategy that aims to:

  • grow our understanding of how to inspire young people into engineering to meet the workforce needs for environmental sustainability
  • inform and inspire young people so that more choose to make a positive impact on the environment through engineering careers and
  • operate in an environmentally sustainable way in our programme delivery and office.

This new role will lead the implementation of the sub-strategy working closely with colleagues from across the whole organisation. As well as delivering agreed projects, there would be plenty of scope to refine the initial substrategy and identify new work associated with it.

Full role and person specifications can be downloaded here

 

Please send a CV and statement in support of your application that is no longer than two sides, explaining how you fulfil the key criteria for the role by email to HR@engineeringuk.com, quoting the job title in the subject of your email.

The deadline for applications is noon on 21st June.

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PR Apprentice

Closing date: Jun 11, 2021

Salary £19,565 per year

The PR apprentice will be someone who loves the media, wants to hone their writing skills and learn how to tailor comms for different sectors. Working directly with an experienced Media Manager, the apprentice will be part of the wider Communications team and work across campaigns for young people and schools (The Big Bang, Robotics Challenge, Tomorrow’s Engineers Week) and corporate communications for the engineering, education and wider STEM sectors.  

Full person and role specifications can be downloaded here

The deadline for applications is 11th June 2021 - please make your application using the link below.

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