join our team

Join the Aberdeen Science Centre team – one of the top visitor attractions in Aberdeen and the north-east of Scotland.

Our people are central to all we do and we love nothing more than welcoming visitors through the door and sharing our passion for science with everyone. We are proud to hold the Investors in People Silver award in recognition of our dedication and work to support and develop all our staff.

STEM Communicators

£12 per hour
Varied weekend contracts, overtime available during school holiday

Deadline for applications: 12 noon, Friday 26 July 2024

STEM Communicator Recruitment Pack

Aberdeen Science Centre (ASC) is a 5-star Visit Scotland visitor attraction, and has a hugely enviable reputation working with schools and community groups across the North of Scotland.

We are seeking STEM communicators to join our multi-disciplinary team of science enthusiasts. You will be an ambassador for Aberdeen Science Centre, able to interact and engage with people with ease, whilst delivering high quality STEM learning experiences at the centre.

You will be an ambassador for Aberdeen Science Centre, an enthusiastic, outgoing and friendly individual with excellent communication skills who can engage with a variety of visitors. Your role is key to the Science Centre, on many occasions you will be the first and last impression of the visitor’s day out, you will interact with all visitors in a friendly, outgoing manner ensuring they always have a 5* experience. You will be responsible for delivering shows to members of the public, engaging with visitors on the
exhibition floor and on occasion covering reception.


If this sounds like you, then to apply for this position, please send a CV and Covering Letter outlining your suitability relative to the Job Description & Person Specification to:

or to:

Recruitment, Aberdeen Science Centre, 179, Constitution Street, Aberdeen, AB24 5TU

Closing date for applications: 12 noon, Friday 26 July 2024

Interviews: Week beginning 5 August 2024

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