Education Project Manager

Contract: Full time, fixed term 18 months, with a potential for extension

Salary: £28,000 - £30,000 (with generous pension and holiday allowance)

Location: Linnean Society of London, Burlington House, Piccadilly and externally in schools and at other locations in and around London

This role is an exciting opportunity to manage a key educational project in the Linnean Learning team of the Linnean Society of London. The Education Project Manager will be responsible for the co-ordination, delivery and reporting of The Linnean Society of London’s Biomedia Meltdown (BMM) project. This role would be suitable for a creative and experienced educator with a proven passion for public engagement. The role also requires a high level of administrative competency.

The Linnean Society of London is a biological society founded around the collections of Carl Linnaeus. The Society fuses new research with rich history, encouraging and communicating scientific advances through their three world-class journals, special publications, events and educational programmes.

Biomedia Meltdown is an initiative where science and art collide! The Biomedia Meltdown is an outreach project that aims to support and encourage young people to take an increased interest in biology by providing them with a platform to explore scientific ideas creatively. Alongside the creative science competition, the Linnean Learning team offers free tailored workshops in secondary schools and at other locations (such as libraries and free community events at weekends). The workshops aim to increase pupils' understanding of biological ideas and give them an opportunity to create some fantastic competition entries and engage with a learned society. To find out more about the project visit, and if you have any questions about the role please contact Elisa Jones


To apply for this role, please send your CV and cover letter by email to . The letter should tell us why your experience, skills and knowledge make you the ideal candidate for this position - please refer to the Person Specification for further details.

The closing date for applications is Monday 19 of November at 9am and interviews will be held on November 30th in Piccadilly. You will be expected to do a brief talk (without visual aids) about an educational project or resource that you have worked on.

Please note that any personal data will be erased from your application before the selection process begins. Unsuccessful applicants will be informed but will not receive any further correspondence.

The Job Description and Person Specification can be found here.