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POSTED 8/22/2014
J4193. Senior Director of Science & Education
Kansas Cityís Science Center Ė Science City, Kansas City, MO


Reports to: Chief Operating Officer

The Senior Director will oversee all aspects of planning and operations for STEAM-related educational programs, content for exhibits and the overall customer experience at the science center. The science center serves a diverse range of lifelong learners and is committed to meaningful partnerships with K-12 schools, academia and business partners to advance science learning throughout the region. The position has broad responsibility for the oversight of the planning, research, development, implementation and evaluation of all education programs, exhibits and participant programs.

For a full description and to apply, visit http://www.unionstation.org/employment.

POSTED 8/21/2014
Sales Manager
Association of Science-Technology Centers (ASTC), Washington, DC


The Association of Science-Technology Centers (ASTC) is a global organization providing collective voice and professional support for science centers, museums, and related institutions, whose innovative approaches to science learning inspire people of all ages about the wonders and the meaning of science in their lives. Through strategic alliances and global partnerships, ASTC strives to increase awareness of the valuable contributions its members make to their communities and the field of informal STEM learning. Founded in 1973, ASTC now represents over 650 members in nearly 50 countries, including not only science centers and museums, but also nature centers, aquariums, planetariums, zoos, botanical gardens, and natural history and childrenís museums, as well as companies, consultants, and other organizations that share an interest in informal science education.

ASTC seeks a Sales Manager who will be responsible for the generation of revenue through sales of: conference sponsorships, exhibit booths, and advertising; advertising in ASTC publications and on the Associationís website; and sponsorship of other ASTC programs, including professional development workshops and webinars. The sales manager will oversee ASTC's Exhibit Hall, and ensure fulfillment of all sponsor obligations. This individual will develop and foster partnerships with companies and institutions to provide support for ASTC initiatives, and identify new sources of, and strategies for, revenue generation.

Requirements:

  • Demonstrated and documented ability to meet significant sales goals
  • Bachelor's degree and 4-5 years of related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Proven ability to conduct analysis of data and produce useful metrics and information
  • Strong understanding of budget process and forecasting
  • Facility in networking with sponsors, current/prospective exhibitors, partners, industry contacts, and members
  • Familiarity with museum, science, and/or education fields a plus.
  • Excellent written/oral communications, customer service, and negotiation skills
  • Strong creativity and problem solving ability
  • Knowledge of/experience with member database systems (iMIS experience preferred), Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint), and Adobe
  • Strong multi-tasking and time management skills, and attention to detail.

Salary: to mid $50s, commensurate with experience

Send your cover letter and resume (MUST include salary requirements) to: ASTC, Attention: Larry Hoffer, 818 Connecticut Avenue NW, 7th Floor, Washington, DC 20006; email: lhoffer@astc.org. Closing date: September 5, 2014.

No phone calls, please. EOE

POSTED 8/9/2014
J4170. Director of Exhibits
The Health Museum, Houston, TX


Reports to: Chief Operating Officer

General Responsibilities:

  • The Director of Exhibits leads the Exhibits Department and reports to the Chief Operating Officer. This is a full-time, exempt position with direct reports. Primary responsibilities are to manage and maintain full functionality of all exhibit experiences with respect to both permanent and traveling exhibits. The director is responsible for budget management as it relates to maintenance, repairs, logistics and install/strike of permanent and traveling exhibits, as well as serve as the primary contact for all related vendor relationship.
  • In conjunction with museum senior leadership, the Director of Exhibits will serve as a lead for exhibit development and design as it relates to the museumís capital campaign and future exhibits. The director of exhibits will also act as project manager and primary contact for all exhibit-related construction projects within the capital campaign.

For application and requirement details, visit www.thehealthmuseum.org/jobs.

POSTED 7/25/2014
Online Producer
Association of Science Technology Centers, Washington, DC


The Center for Advancement of Informal Science Education is dedicated to strengthening the field of informal STEM education (ISE) by supporting and building on the rich diversity of projects supported by the Advancing Informal STEM Learning (AISL) program of the National Science Foundation (NSF). Under a cooperative agreement with NSF, the Center provides resources and connectivity to practitioners, researchers and evaluators across the ISE sectors, i.e. science centers and museums, transmedia, afterschool and community programs, cyber learning and gaming. The Center has funding from NSF through May 2015 with the possibility of extension pending additional funding.

The Principal Investigator (PI) of the Center based at the Association of Science-Technology Centers in Washington DC works with co-Principal Investigators at Oregon State University, and University of Pittsburgh Center for Learning in Out of School Environments (UPCLOSE), The Great Lakes Science Center in Cleveland, Ohio and KQED Public Media in San Francisco, CA. Inverness Research is the project's evaluator. The Center staff work from ASTC, reporting to the PI.

CAISE's activities include convening meetings, workshops and conferences, both face-to-face and online; contributing to a user-friendly repository of online resources, including a centralized database of NSF-funded projects, supporting and tracking the Center's initiatives and participating in a variety of communication and outreach efforts.

Position Summary:
The CAISE Online Producer's primary responsibility is to oversee and manage the website informalscience.org. The producer will work with the CAISE staff and co-Principal investigators to schedule resources to create new and updated content, ensure that it has passed quality assurance, and publish it with the assistance of contractors. The Producer will develop and deploy strategies to define and maintain the character of a website and will daily be looking for ways to boost the popularity of the website and increase user activity. She/he will bridge previously unconnected people, projects, and site content; identify gaps and prioritize related activities; and reach and engage CAISE target audiences. In the spirit of the site being a ďone-stop shopĒ for informal STEM learning, the Producer will be sufficiently current about issues, trends, and connections within the informal STEM learning field.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Develop and manage an overall strategy and vision for informalscience.org in the areas of 1) content development and curation and 2) site functionality and user interface (25% of time)
  • Assist CAISE staff and contractors to create original content for informalscience.org and social media sites (such as blogs, web pages, and audience engagement content such as polls) (25% of time)
  • Develop and implement marketing and communications campaigns to reach target audiences (25% of time)
  • Manage contracts relating to web development projects (10% of time)
  • Day-to-day management of the website, including troubleshooting (10% of time)
  • Attend relevant conferences, meetings, and workshops (both in-person and virtual) relevant to informal STEM learning with the aim of producing follow-up content (5% of time)
  • Contribute to and support other components of the CAISE project as needed, e.g. writing for funding proposal

Qualifications summary: The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required to perform the essential functions of the position.

  • B.S. or higher degree in computer science, design, communication, science and/or science education
  • At least 5 years experience working with an educational, social science or non-profit organization
  • Awareness of/familiarity with the STEM education landscape, especially informal and/or out of school time settings and experiences

Position Qualifications:

  • Familiarity with online content management systems, particularly Expression Engine
  • Excellent writer able to craft a variety of productsóweb pages, social media posts, blog postsóattuned to appropriate audiences
  • Experience in marketing, particularly through social media and other online strategies.
  • Proven web content producing skills, including but not limited to HTML, XML, CSS, RSS, as well as image manipulation and graphic creation
  • Ability to set and meet goals around site use and engagement for target audiences
  • Demonstrated experience managing contracts or projects relating to web development and/or online content production
  • Experience in or with the informal STEM learning field preferred
  • Familiarity with National Cataloging System (NCS) software a plus
  • Familiarity with U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) policies, procedures and grant reporting requirements would be helpful

Travel: Periodic travel is required.

Benefits and Compensation:

  • Salary commensurate with experience.
  • Individual group health and dental insurance (85% employer paid); family coverage available at additional cost.
  • Life, accidental death, and short term disability insurance.
  • Employee Assistance Program.
  • Up to 10% match in 403 (b) after one year of service.
  • 10 paid holidays
  • 13 days annual leave
  • 13 days health leave

To apply, please send letter of interest, resume, and salary requirement to jobs@astc.org. EOE.

Development Listings
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Education Listings

POSTED 8/11/2014
J4186. Director of Lifelong Learning
California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, CA


The Director will have the opportunity to refashion our current portfolio of offerings to extend the Academyís mission and reach. This is a unique opportunity for a visionary leader who also knows how to operationalize innovative engagement and learning opportunities across all ages. We are looking for someone who is as innovative and cutting edge as the Museum, has a passion for excellence and resonates with our mission "to explore, explain and sustain life" - long learning!

The Director of Lifelong Learning will design and implement the engagement strategy and program portfolio for adult and family learning delivered by the Academy, onsite, offsite, online and in person. Existing programs represent a broad range of offerings that include lectures, the Brilliant! Science festival, a conservation photography course, and evening programs and performances, among others. The Director will supervise a team of 20+ educators, program designers, citizen science coordinators, and volunteers.

Please apply at http://calacademy.snaphire.com/?job=12573ASTC.

POSTED 7/29/2014
J4184. Natural Science Educator
Turtle Bay Exploration Park, Redding, CA


The Natural Science Educator is primarily responsible for developing and implementing interactive, engaging, and learner-centered interdisciplinary education programs. These programs are for museum, family, and school programs, both at Turtle Bayís facilities and other community venues. Additionally the Natural Science Educator is responsible for supervising the teen volunteer program.

Requires a minimum of a Bachelorís degree, as well as at least one (1) year of specialized study or training in education or subject area related to forestry, biology, earth science, chemistry, physics or museum studies. Minimum of two 2 yearsí supervision experience and one (1) year demonstrated experience creating, implementing, and evaluating educational and/or training programs.

Hours: Full-Time position
Wage: Depending on Experience
Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision & Life Insurance

APPLYING: Email all the required documents:

  • A Cover Letter
  • A Resume
  • Three Professional References (name, relationship, phone number)

Email documents to edjobs@turtlebay.org.

Applicants must be available to work flexible hours including weekends, holidays, evenings, and extended hours as needed.

For a more detailed job description, visit our website at http://www.turtlebay.org/about/employment.
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Exhibit/Curatorial Listings

POSTED 8/9/2014
J4170. Director of Exhibits
The Health Museum, Houston, TX


Reports to: Chief Operating Officer

General Responsibilities:

  • The Director of Exhibits leads the Exhibits Department and reports to the Chief Operating Officer. This is a full-time, exempt position with direct reports. Primary responsibilities are to manage and maintain full functionality of all exhibit experiences with respect to both permanent and traveling exhibits. The director is responsible for budget management as it relates to maintenance, repairs, logistics and install/strike of permanent and traveling exhibits, as well as serve as the primary contact for all related vendor relationship.
  • In conjunction with museum senior leadership, the Director of Exhibits will serve as a lead for exhibit development and design as it relates to the museumís capital campaign and future exhibits. The director of exhibits will also act as project manager and primary contact for all exhibit-related construction projects within the capital campaign.

For application and requirement details, visit www.thehealthmuseum.org/jobs.

POSTED 7/29/2014
J4183. Director of Exhibits
Don Harrington Discovery Center (DHDC), Amarillo, TX


Reports to: Executive Director

SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITES FOR POSITION:
The Director of Exhibits leads and participates in all aspects of exhibit work at the Don Harrington Discovery Center, including creating, developing, prototyping, building, installing, repairing, and maintaining new, existing, and traveling exhibits and exhibitions as well as insuring the facility is operating efficiently, safely, and with a high level of cleanliness. The Director of Exhibits actively engages in communication with all other DHDC staff members and supervises an Exhibit Technician, an Exhibit Volunteer, and exhibit contract workers.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelorís degree and at least 2 yearsí experience as a Director of Exhibits/Exhibits
  • Manager or 4+ consecutive years of exhibit management and/or design experience required
  • Ability to regularly lift 50 pounds
  • Enjoys the challenge of solving problems and puzzles

COMPENSATION:
Salary commensurate with experience

HOW TO APPLY FOR THE POSITION:

Please send a cover letter and resume/curriculum vitae to the Executive Director, Aaron Pan, at apan@dhdc.org (subject line: Director of Exhibits) or by mail to Aaron Pan, Don Harrington Discovery Center, 1200 Streit Drive, Amarillo, TX 79106. Salary is commensurate with experience.
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Management Listings

POSTED 8/25/2014
J4196. Director
North Carolina Botanical Garden, Chapel Hill, NC


The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill invites applications and nominations for the position of Director of the North Carolina Botanical Garden, whose mission is "to inspire understanding, appreciation, and conservation of plants in gardens and natural areas and to advance a sustainable relationship between people and nature." The Garden comprises more than 1,000 acres, including Display Gardens, Allen Education Center, Coker Arboretum, Battle Park, Mason Farm Biological Reserve, UNC Herbarium, and other natural areas. It provides expertise on native plants and wildflowers, promotes plant conservation, protects and restores natural areas, and provides access to well-maintained and beautiful gardens.

For more information: http://provost.unc.edu/open-positions

POSTED 8/22/2014
J4193. Senior Director of Science & Education
Kansas Cityís Science Center Ė Science City, Kansas City, MO


Reports to: Chief Operating Officer

The Senior Director will oversee all aspects of planning and operations for STEAM-related educational programs, content for exhibits and the overall customer experience at the science center. The science center serves a diverse range of lifelong learners and is committed to meaningful partnerships with K-12 schools, academia and business partners to advance science learning throughout the region. The position has broad responsibility for the oversight of the planning, research, development, implementation and evaluation of all education programs, exhibits and participant programs.

For a full description and to apply, visit http://www.unionstation.org/employment.

POSTED 8/15/2014
J4191. Lead Flight Director
Museum of Innovation and Science (miSci), Schenectady, NY


miSci will begin construction on a Challenger Learning Center in October 2014 with an anticipated open of March 2015. The Lead Flight Director will be hired in October to oversee the opening of the center, lead missions, prepare teachers to bring their classes, and ensure smooth operations of the center.

For full job description and application information, see http://misci.org/info/employment.php.

POSTED 8/11/2014
J4185. Director of Public Experiences
Discovery Place, Inc., Charlotte, NC


Plan, direct & manage public educational programs including ECH education, camps and birthday parties. Strategically plan goals and scope of programs. Develops budget, recruit guest lecturers, helps design and develop new school programs and through community sciencereach. Develops community partnerships to extend organization audience. Submits grant proposals. Master's Degree in education, 4-10 years experience or equivalent. Send cover letter and resume to jobs@discoveryplace.org.
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Programs Listings

POSTED 8/29/2014
J4194. TASC Force Assistant Manager
California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, CA


Reporting to the Senior Manager of the Careers in Science (CiS) and Teen Advocates for Science Communication (TASC) Force programs, the TASC Force Assistant Manager is responsible for the design and implementation of the TASC Force youth volunteer program. The TAM will lead key components of the TASC Force program, including programmatic design, evaluation, and coordination.

The TASC Force provides San Francisco Bay Area middle and high school youth volunteers with opportunities to design and deliver public engagement strategies that translate science content into innovative public experiences. As the signature youth STEAM program, the TASC Force enhances the visitor's experience for the Academy's 1.3 million annual guests.

Qualified applicants will be creative and innovative thinkers and youth facilitators, who will contribute to the Academy's mission to explore, explain, and sustain life by supporting the next generation of science enthusiasts. This position involves significant late afternoon/early evening work and weekend work in order to accommodate students' after-school and non-school availability.

Please apply at http://calacademy.snaphire.com/?job=13474ASTC.

POSTED 8/15/2014
J4192. Program Manager, Science Research Mentoring Program
American Museum Of Natural History, New York, NY


Position Summary:
The American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) seeks an individual to manage and advance its exemplary youth science achievement program, the Science Research Mentoring Program (SRMP). SRMP is a competitive, multi-year out of school program that supports high achieving, low-resourced students to realize great advances in their science learning and college readiness. The Manager will be responsible for all aspects of the Museum's SRMP program, which include recruiting and supporting scientist mentors, educators and youth, overseeing the development of curricula and implementation of preparatory coursework in the fields of science represented by the Museum, manage budgets and grants. In addition, the Manager will collaborate with the Museum's Youth Initiatives group to expand the program in a city-wide consortium of similar science research institutions. The Manager will be responsible for collaborating and advising across the Youth Initiatives group in a variety of youth programs, and participate in the larger strategic advancement of the Museum's out-of-school education pipeline. The Manager needs to have a proven track record of authentic scientific research and work in youth education.

Required Qualifications:

  • Ph.D. in Science
  • At least three years experience working with youth and/or youth serving organizations in an administrative role

To be considered for this position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link: http://apptrkr.com/506696

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POSTED 8/14/2014
J4189. Manager, Interpretation and Training
Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Los Angeles, CA


The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County (NHM) seeks a Manager, Interpretation and Training to build, develop and deliver a world-class program of indoor and outdoor facilitated visitor experiences that exemplify our mission to inspire, wonder, discovery and responsibility for our natural and cultural worlds. Requires a graduate degree or equivalent experience in Education, Natural Sciences, Anthropology, History or relevant discipline. Five to 10 years experience in an informal or free choice learning setting. Demonstrated passion for providing staff/volunteers and visitors a rich and rewarding experience. Experience supervising, training and coaching interpreters. Demonstrated ability to collaborate with professionals from diverse fields. Excellent communication, presentation and organizational skills. Must be able to work flexible hours including evenings, weekends and holidays. Fluency in second language (Spanish) is ideal. Salary is commensurate with experience. This is a full-time, regular, exempt position. To apply, please visit www.nhm.org/jobs.

POSTED 8/14/2014
J4187. Manager of Group & Outreach Programs
Museum of Science & Industry (MOSI), Tampa, FL


Position is responsible for designing and implementing programs for groups and outreach, at MOSI and offsite. These programs include, but are not limited to, science bus, school assemblies, festivals, special events, camp-ins, scout workshops, adult and youth travel and corporate training programs. Detailed description available on website at http://www.mosi.org/mission-mosi/employment-opportunities.aspx. Submit Application (available on website) & Resume to MOSI Human Resources at HR@mosi.org.
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Miscellaneous Listings

POSTED 8/21/2014
Sales Manager
Association of Science-Technology Centers (ASTC), Washington, DC


The Association of Science-Technology Centers (ASTC) is a global organization providing collective voice and professional support for science centers, museums, and related institutions, whose innovative approaches to science learning inspire people of all ages about the wonders and the meaning of science in their lives. Through strategic alliances and global partnerships, ASTC strives to increase awareness of the valuable contributions its members make to their communities and the field of informal STEM learning. Founded in 1973, ASTC now represents over 650 members in nearly 50 countries, including not only science centers and museums, but also nature centers, aquariums, planetariums, zoos, botanical gardens, and natural history and childrenís museums, as well as companies, consultants, and other organizations that share an interest in informal science education.

ASTC seeks a Sales Manager who will be responsible for the generation of revenue through sales of: conference sponsorships, exhibit booths, and advertising; advertising in ASTC publications and on the Associationís website; and sponsorship of other ASTC programs, including professional development workshops and webinars. The sales manager will oversee ASTC's Exhibit Hall, and ensure fulfillment of all sponsor obligations. This individual will develop and foster partnerships with companies and institutions to provide support for ASTC initiatives, and identify new sources of, and strategies for, revenue generation.

Requirements:

  • Demonstrated and documented ability to meet significant sales goals
  • Bachelor's degree and 4-5 years of related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Proven ability to conduct analysis of data and produce useful metrics and information
  • Strong understanding of budget process and forecasting
  • Facility in networking with sponsors, current/prospective exhibitors, partners, industry contacts, and members
  • Familiarity with museum, science, and/or education fields a plus.
  • Excellent written/oral communications, customer service, and negotiation skills
  • Strong creativity and problem solving ability
  • Knowledge of/experience with member database systems (iMIS experience preferred), Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint), and Adobe
  • Strong multi-tasking and time management skills, and attention to detail.

Salary: to mid $50s, commensurate with experience

Send your cover letter and resume (MUST include salary requirements) to: ASTC, Attention: Larry Hoffer, 818 Connecticut Avenue NW, 7th Floor, Washington, DC 20006; email: lhoffer@astc.org. Closing date: September 5, 2014.

No phone calls, please. EOE

POSTED 8/14/2014
J4188. Membership Manager
Museum of Science & Industry (MOSI), Tampa, FL


Position is responsible for all aspects of a highly successful membership program, including strategic planning and growth; providing a significant base of unrestricted annual support and donor cultivation; providing excellent benefits and services; developing effective marketing strategies and programs; increasing and improving member renewal, retention, upgrades and acquisition. This position requires critical thinking and problem solving, creativity and innovation as well as communication and collaboration. Detailed description available on website at http://www.mosi.org/mission-mosi/employment-opportunities.aspx. Submit Application (available on website) & Resume to MOSI Human Resources at HR@mosi.org.

POSTED 7/25/2014
Online Producer
Association of Science Technology Centers, Washington, DC


The Center for Advancement of Informal Science Education is dedicated to strengthening the field of informal STEM education (ISE) by supporting and building on the rich diversity of projects supported by the Advancing Informal STEM Learning (AISL) program of the National Science Foundation (NSF). Under a cooperative agreement with NSF, the Center provides resources and connectivity to practitioners, researchers and evaluators across the ISE sectors, i.e. science centers and museums, transmedia, afterschool and community programs, cyber learning and gaming. The Center has funding from NSF through May 2015 with the possibility of extension pending additional funding.

The Principal Investigator (PI) of the Center based at the Association of Science-Technology Centers in Washington DC works with co-Principal Investigators at Oregon State University, and University of Pittsburgh Center for Learning in Out of School Environments (UPCLOSE), The Great Lakes Science Center in Cleveland, Ohio and KQED Public Media in San Francisco, CA. Inverness Research is the project's evaluator. The Center staff work from ASTC, reporting to the PI.

CAISE's activities include convening meetings, workshops and conferences, both face-to-face and online; contributing to a user-friendly repository of online resources, including a centralized database of NSF-funded projects, supporting and tracking the Center's initiatives and participating in a variety of communication and outreach efforts.

Position Summary:
The CAISE Online Producer's primary responsibility is to oversee and manage the website informalscience.org. The producer will work with the CAISE staff and co-Principal investigators to schedule resources to create new and updated content, ensure that it has passed quality assurance, and publish it with the assistance of contractors. The Producer will develop and deploy strategies to define and maintain the character of a website and will daily be looking for ways to boost the popularity of the website and increase user activity. She/he will bridge previously unconnected people, projects, and site content; identify gaps and prioritize related activities; and reach and engage CAISE target audiences. In the spirit of the site being a ďone-stop shopĒ for informal STEM learning, the Producer will be sufficiently current about issues, trends, and connections within the informal STEM learning field.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Develop and manage an overall strategy and vision for informalscience.org in the areas of 1) content development and curation and 2) site functionality and user interface (25% of time)
  • Assist CAISE staff and contractors to create original content for informalscience.org and social media sites (such as blogs, web pages, and audience engagement content such as polls) (25% of time)
  • Develop and implement marketing and communications campaigns to reach target audiences (25% of time)
  • Manage contracts relating to web development projects (10% of time)
  • Day-to-day management of the website, including troubleshooting (10% of time)
  • Attend relevant conferences, meetings, and workshops (both in-person and virtual) relevant to informal STEM learning with the aim of producing follow-up content (5% of time)
  • Contribute to and support other components of the CAISE project as needed, e.g. writing for funding proposal

Qualifications summary: The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required to perform the essential functions of the position.

  • B.S. or higher degree in computer science, design, communication, science and/or science education
  • At least 5 years experience working with an educational, social science or non-profit organization
  • Awareness of/familiarity with the STEM education landscape, especially informal and/or out of school time settings and experiences

Position Qualifications:

  • Familiarity with online content management systems, particularly Expression Engine
  • Excellent writer able to craft a variety of productsóweb pages, social media posts, blog postsóattuned to appropriate audiences
  • Experience in marketing, particularly through social media and other online strategies.
  • Proven web content producing skills, including but not limited to HTML, XML, CSS, RSS, as well as image manipulation and graphic creation
  • Ability to set and meet goals around site use and engagement for target audiences
  • Demonstrated experience managing contracts or projects relating to web development and/or online content production
  • Experience in or with the informal STEM learning field preferred
  • Familiarity with National Cataloging System (NCS) software a plus
  • Familiarity with U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) policies, procedures and grant reporting requirements would be helpful

Travel: Periodic travel is required.

Benefits and Compensation:

  • Salary commensurate with experience.
  • Individual group health and dental insurance (85% employer paid); family coverage available at additional cost.
  • Life, accidental death, and short term disability insurance.
  • Employee Assistance Program.
  • Up to 10% match in 403 (b) after one year of service.
  • 10 paid holidays
  • 13 days annual leave
  • 13 days health leave

To apply, please send letter of interest, resume, and salary requirement to jobs@astc.org. EOE.
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