Assistant Producer: Communities

Proac­tive, prac­ti­cal role which works to share the We The Curi­ous expe­ri­ence with the widest pos­si­ble audi­ence, both inside and out­side our building. 

00:00 05/12/22
£24,000 - £26,000 Full time, 37.5 hours
Contact Name
People Team
Our Assistant Producer: Communities, is a proactive, practical role which works to share the We The Curious experience with the widest possible audience, both inside and outside our building. 
Initially, your time will be focused on building and maintaining diverse community relationships across the city; working with local partners to better understand their needs. In response, you will develop playful and accessible experiences for the public which cultivate curiosity. 
Over time, you will help to identify opportunities to progress community relationships and support the development of collaborative projects, which offer deeper and more sustained engagement, creating space for underrepresented voices in STEM to be heard. 

General ​responsibilities

Responsible for carefully following safeguarding policies and procedures and raising any concerns to manager/Designated Safeguarding Officer

Support and assist the Marketing team on all aspects of communicating the Out and About offer as required.

Collaborate with the Development team on any funding bids and reports relating to your area of work.

General responsibility for departmental compliance with GDPR.

Embody and demonstrate our values; Collaborative, Creative, Inquisitive, Playful, Progressive.

Due to the responsibilities of this role, you will be required to complete an enhanced DBS check.


You will demonstrate a commitment to inclusive practice and community engagement, and be able to show a thorough understanding of the barriers to participation.

You will have an established track record of delivering community engagement programmes for a diverse range of audiences, particularly those who are less well represented in the Science Centre sector.

You will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, comfortable working alongside lots of different people and in a range of different environments.

You will demonstrate experience or understanding of how co-design/co-creation frameworks can be implemented within a public programme.

You will have experience of project coordination and/or project management.

You will be highly collaborative; a flexible and adaptable team player who is able to work independently or under supervision. 

You will be extremely organised with excellent time management skills, demonstrating the ability to prioritise and a creative approach to problem solving. 

You will have an understanding of safeguarding and best practice, when working with children, young people and vulnerable adults.