The British Science Association (BSA) are looking for their next volunteer Geography Scientific Section Recorder to advise the organisation within the field of geography and develop relevant events for the British Science Festival.
The Scientific Section Recorders play a key role in developing the events of the British Science Festival, organising talks, demonstrations, debates, performances and more from 17 different areas of science.
The role offers a budget to develop events for the festival, the opportunity to make connections with a wide range of individuals from across numerous disciplines, exposure to new ideas and developments, and support from the BSA who are experienced in public engagement.
So if you’re a geography professional keen to engage the public with cutting edge research, apply by 5.00pm on Monday 23 November.
Find out more and apply.
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