Nanogirl Labs is a mission driven, remote first employer committed to attracting amazing people who want to work on global impact projects that are shown to change lives.
As a small but growing company we give a high level of autonomy with a flexible and supportive work environment committed to helping your work fit in with your life.
Science Party Presenters / Science Communicators
Nationwide across New Zealand (Casual Contract)
Further your science communication skills and help young people around NZ to engage with science. Join the Nanogirl team as a science communicator.
At Nanogirl Labs We believe that everyone, everywhere should have the opportunity to enjoy a meaningful relationship with STEM – science, technology, engineering & mathematics. A business with a huge social conscience, we’re on a mission to bring that about.
If you’re studying or work in a STEM field, have a love of communication and a gift for engaging young people, we’d love to talk. Join the Nanogirl team and help us deliver our full range of explosive, engaging and brilliantly fun live programmes. Full training is provided by our highly experienced global events team.
Must have access to your own transport and a full NZ driving license.
Regional Supply Co-ordinator
The Regional Supply Coordinator role exists to support our Science Communicators to store, care for and support the management of our party kits and stock.
This role is crucial in helping us to create amazing, memorable experiences for children across Wellington and involves storing party equipment, packing party supply boxes, arranging access with our communicators, cleaning and restocking kits as required.
It is estimated that this ongoing role will need a few hours per week to maintain the kits.
Various Roles: Nanogirl Live! National Tour Production Team
We are planning our fifth national tour of New Zealand and are looking for brilliant theatre production professionals to join the project.
We are seeking one or more partners (either individuals or companies) to work with us on the planning and production of our New Zealand tour later this year. Specifically, we are looking for a Tour Producer (working directly with our internal staff to pull the project together), a Production & Technical Manager (managing venue relationships, technical requirements etc), and touring technical crew (lighting, sound / AV, stage management).