Outreach Officer
University College London
United Kingdom

Duties and Responsibilities

This role is based within The Bartlett Faculty Office, UCL’s Faculty of the Built Environment and is funded for 3 years in the first instance. 



During 2019, The Bartlett is launching their promise to provide at least 2% of their student body to come in fee-free with a living stipend. The aim is to grow this percentage over time and diversify the student body to ensure the built environment is designed and built by everyone, for everyone. 



The Outreach Officer role will maintain and develop The Bartlett faculty’s relationships with school students, schools and delivery partners. Our buildings, facilities and skilled staff are at your disposal to manage and develop student engagement activities, and you will also create resources to support and enhance built environment teaching in schools including both primary and secondary level.



The Outreach Officer will be responsible for managing and coordinating all The Bartlett’s activities in the area of Pre-19 engagement. This includes the management and co-ordination of a comprehensive programme of activities with our diverse range of partners and staff and students within the faculty including summer schools and taster days.



This postholder will also manage and develop relationships with our major project partners to provide built environment activities and programmes to children and young people including school-leavers, refugees, young people in care, LGBT, children with physical and learning disabilities as well pupils in primary and secondary schools in London and across the UK. The post will promote the activities across a broad variety of stakeholders and increase the profile of the faculty in this area.

Key Requirements

The candidate should hold a good first degree, have knowledge and understanding of the Higher Education sector and outreach activities. Have experience of managing education/outreach activities and have an active involvement in Equality, Diversity and Inclusion initiatives.



The candidate should understand the breadth of the built environment sector and have excellent oral and written communications skills in order to engage with a variety of stakeholders from primary school through to industry partners.



The candidate must have experience of co-ordinating arrangement to support a comprehensive programme of widening participation activities across a number of schools. 

Further Details
A job description can be accessed at the bottom of this page.

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Please contact Raj Johal (r.johal@ucl.ac.uk with any further queries.

The UCL Ways of Working for Professional Services supports colleagues to be successful and happy at UCL through sharing expectations around how we work - please see www.ucl.ac.uk.ways-of-working to find out more.
We particularly welcome applications from black and minority ethnic candidates as they are under-represented within UCL at this level.
We will consider applications to work on a part-time, flexible and job share basis wherever possible.


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