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Job Title: CreativeHUT STEAM Workshop Facilitator

There are 2 roles available

Location: Dublin

Company: CreativeHUT Ireland

Who is CreativeHUT:
We are a leading UK based STEAM Education resources and service provider, aiming to ignite creativity by implementing STEAM based learning for EYFS through to FE/HE students. Are you passionate about encouraging young people to be innovators, creators and expert problem solvers? At Creative Hut we have a fantastic opportunity for you to join our team as a STEAM Workshop Facilitator and Programme Developer.


    Your Role:

  • Facilitation of a range of STEAM Workshops for primary and secondary school aged children to include Robotics & VR experiences.
  • To assist with the development of our range of STEAM Workshop for primary and secondary schools using the latest STEAM resources such as robotics, VR, drones, 3D printing and more.
  • To assist with the creation of a range of STEAM Challenges & Competitions for schools and youth groups in the local community.
  • To ensure links between our clients global education goals and our workshops.
  • To pilot the education materials and resources in collaboration with the Creative Hut global team.
  • To deliver workshop facilitation training with teachers, youth volunteers and Creative Hut staff.
  • Day to day management & upkeep of STEAM resources and physical learning space.
  • Generation of quarterly impact reports. Managing participation reporting, development of surveys and questionnaires to assist with reporting.
  • Seeking additional outreach opportunities such as youth groups, senior groups, pre-school groups.
  • Liaising with local partners and facilitation of one off workshops such as launch events, demonstrations, mobile outreach events.

  • Essential Requirements:

  • Relevant third level qualification in the area of Primary/Post Primary teaching and/or education and/or development education
  • Minimum of 2-3 years' experience in a similar role
  • Experience in the use of STEAM resources such as LEGO Education, VR, Sphero, Makeblock or similar
  • Experience with Scratch programming language
  • Experience of educational resource creation
  • Experience of teaching and /or an understanding of the classroom dynamics
  • Excellent facilitation and presentation skills
  • A detailed knowledge of national curricula, developments and trends at primary and post primary level
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills
  • Proven organisation and time management skills
  • Full clean driving licence & own transport

  • Desired:

  • Experience of educational competitions and advantage ie. FIRST LEGO League, ESB ScienceBlast etc.
  • First Aid Certification

  • Benefits:

  • Access to the world's leading STEAM Education resources
  • Opportunities to become certified trainer for LEGO Education, Sphero and more
  • Volunteering opportunities at international events such as the British F1 Grand Prix Weekend

  • Please Note:

  • As an organisation that works closely with children and youth, Creative Hut has a comprehensive Child Protection Policy in place. Any offer of work is subject to standard Garda Vetting.
  • Workshops will primarily take place in Tallaght three days a week with one day per week dedicated to development and mobile workshops/events.
  • Standard working week Mon to Thursday with occasional requirements for out of hours and weekend events.
  • Candidates must be flexible and adaptable. Have excellent initiative and collaborative skills.

  • To apply email