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if you want to know more about our Ignition or Momentum courses or work with us.









The Smallpeice Trust
Holly House, 74 Upper Holly Walk
Leamington Spa CV32 4JL

[email protected]
01926 333 200

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Students

Apply for Ignition & Momentum courses by filling in our online form. We’ll review your application as soon as we get it, and let you know if you’ve been accepted soon after. We’ll then seek permission from your parent/guardian and school for you to come along.

The sooner you apply, the higher your chance of getting on the course.

A copy of our Terms and Conditions can be found here.

Teachers

Find out about the range of STEM days you can book for your school.

We currently have two Think Kits available which are packed with everything you need to start a STEM club at your school.

Job Vacancies

Come and help us build a future for young people who dare to imagine.
See our current job vacancies here, or feel free to send us your CV.

Marketing Executive

As a key member of the marketing team, the marketing executive will be responsible for the execution of the Arkwright Engineering Scholarships marketing plan, the maintenance and development of the Arkwright web pages, act as the voice of the Scholarship on social media, promotion of scholarships to target audience groups, provide support on special projects and everything in between with the goal of making things happen and delighting the customer.

Full time 12-month fixed term with competitive salary and generous benefits including Pension, Life Assurance and Private Healthcare.

Principal Responsibilities

• Implement and execute campaigns to engage with multiple target audiences (Students, Teachers, Parents, Liaison Officers, Corporates) to promote scholarships as specified above
• Work with creative agencies in the development of marketing and promotional material to support Arkwright Engineering Scholarships and Business Development
• Develop and manage the social media feed and be the ‘voice of the scholarship’
• Develop and manage the delivery of the newsletter
• Communicating with target audiences and managing customer relationships e.g schools
• Research sources of promotional items and order as required
• Presents regular updates and information to Head of Marketing
• Organise ad-hoc arrangements such as video
• Keep abreast of developments in industry and education
• Represent the Trust at external events as required.
• Undertake any duties as reasonable required by the Head of Marketing

Person Specification

• Degree educated ideally in Marketing, Business or a related discipline such as English. CIM qualification is desirable
• Experience in writing content for social media
• Excellent command of written English, customer service focused
• Advanced Microsoft Office user essential, especially Word, Outlook and Excel. Willingness to learn new creative and marketing programs such as InDesign, photoshop
• Self-starter with ability to prioritise work
• Willingness to learn and develop with the role
• Ability to maintain a high level of professionalism at all times
• Mature and conscientious attitude, producing reliable and accurate work

Send CV to [email protected]

Inspiration and Engagement Specialist

The Inspiration and Engagement Specialist is responsible for ensuring the programmes delivered by Trust in-school and out-of-school maximise the opportunity available through the programme to inspire and engage young people in engineering as a desirable future career, and to develop life skills and confidence to help them fulfil their potential through engineering.

Full time permanent role with competitive salary and generous benefits including Pension, Life Assurance and Private Healthcare.

Principal Responsibilities
• Recognising the limited contact-time the Trust has with young people to inspire and engage them regarding engineering careers, ensure our programmes maximise the impact deliverable through the available contact time.
• Ensure our STEM Days, Think Kits and Residential Courses complement the National Curriculum (England, Wales and Northern Ireland) and Curriculum for Excellence (Scotland). It is noted that a New Curriculum for Wales will become available from 2019.
• Ensure our STEM Days, Think Kits and Residential Courses enable young people to connect with cutting edge engineering through innovative programmes that reflect the technologies changing the world.
• Ensure our STEM Days, Think Kits and Residential Courses enable young people to qualify for external accreditation of their achievements within our programmes e.g. CREST Awards
• Ensure our STEM Days, Think Kits and Residential Courses enable young people to connect their curriculum, through inspiring and engaging real-world contexts, to engineering careers, whilst helping young people to develop the competencies and confidence to fulfil their potential through engineering.
• Working closely with internal stakeholders and external stakeholders develop a road map over a three-year period for new programme development and introduction.
• Work closely with internal stakeholders and external stakeholders (including funders, teachers and accrediting bodies) to design, develop, test, evaluate and update the Trust’s programme.
• Ensure the content of our programmes enable the Trust to meet our ambitious income targets
• Keep abreast of developments in industry and education
• Represent the Trust at external events as required.
• Ensure our STEM Days, Think Kits and Residential Course offer differentiated engagement levels to reflect the range of student abilities benefiting from the programme.
• Undertake any duties as reasonable required by the Head of Business Development

Person Specification
• Graduate, preferably within STEM, and relevant experience within Industry or Education.
• Must be:
bold in their ambition
committed to exceeding the expectations of our supporters
committed to the safety of young people
committed to delivering on time
committed to demonstrating impact through our programmes
committed to inclusion and supporting those who most need
our help
committed to continuous improvement
• Possess excellent communication and presentation skills.
• Possess excellent organisational skills and strong IT skills, with
competency in MS Office.
• Possess excellent attention to detail
• Mature and conscientious attitude to work with enthusiasm and
eagerness to take on responsibility.
• Willingness to travel
• Driving licence and own car essential.

Send CV to [email protected]