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Would you like to be part of the IET Manchester Network Core Team? Interested in volunteering? We have a few vacancies you may be interested below:

- School Liaison Office
You will be responsible to attend Careers events at schools, assessing applications for Funding from organisations wishing to develop Stem activities with Schools, organising the Annual Christmas lecture for School children, IET members and the general public, and various other activities. (see blog from our ex-officer about the role)

- IET Manchester Network Secretary
Are you a well organised individual with good attention to detail? The role of Community Secretary involves organising Network Executive Committee team meetings including the hire of an appropriate venue, adequate refreshments, AV equipment, etc. You will also be required to keep good notes of meetings, ensuring actions are noted and minutes distributed in a timely fashion. You'll be the primary point of contact for the community and at times will be asked to circulate information to the rest of the team. (General role description can be found here)
- Annual Dinner Planning committee
You will be part of the planning committee to organise the IET Manchester annual dinner, which will take place in March/ April 2018. As part of the role you will be responsible for planning, organising, and promote the event.
If you are intereted in any of the roles above please get in touch.

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According to a recent study, only 9% of the engineers in the UK are women. The UK has also the lowest percentage of female engineering professionals. It has also been found that the percentage of young women studying engineering and physics has remained almost the same since 2012. Based on the findings, the percentage is very low and taking into account ... read more...
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