Art and Science Facilitator
graduate job
Expires3 days

Art and Science Facilitator

Job description

We are a family of scientists, artists and educators that understand how important STEAM learning is for younger children and firmly believe it is never too early to encourage STEAM enrichment programmes.

We are looking for a selection of facilitators to run some of the OKIDO activities, ranging from after-school clubs, to weekend workshops and science clubs.

Each of our events' themes and topics are carefully chosen to align with EYFS and KS1 topics. All content is created by scientists and reinforced by educators who ensure that at least one of the EYFS learning experiences are approached in each session. We are looking for someone who can help deliver this experience.

How do we fit with EYFS and KS1?
The areas of learning we support are:

  • Understanding the world
  • Communication
  • Personal, social and emotional development
  • Literacy
  • Mathematics
  • Expressive arts and design

This is great experience for anybody looking to go into teaching younger children.

Want to find out more about OKIDO? Check out this video

What we are looking for

If you are passionate about encouraging younger children to develop their understanding of the world around them, while nurturing curiosity and creative learning, then we would love to talk to you.

  • You must be, or willing to be, fully DBS authorised
  • Ideally you will have had some teaching experience or be/have been enrolled in a teaching course


You must have at least an A-level or equivalent in science.

Accepted degree subjects


How to apply

Please email Lauren via the Apply button with a CV and brief cover letter.

Click Apply to start your application now. This job will be available on Prospects until 23/07/2018

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Closing date: Continuous recruitment


Additional job details

Number of vacancies20 plus
LocationUK wide

£50/event session

Working hoursPart-time

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