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Posted April 2, 2021
Space Science Institute
Boulder, Colorado (remote work possible)
Salary Range: $53,000–$60,000
The Space Science Institute (SSI) is shaping our future by enabling scientists to advance our understanding of Earth and the Universe; increasing science and technology literacy for people of all ages and backgrounds; and inspiring youth to pursue science-technology education and career opportunities.
The successful applicant, experienced at working across various communication formats (physical, print, digital, and social media platforms), will:
- Collaborate with internal and external project team members to develop and support project-specific, education-focused communications.
- Prepare exhibit illustrations for library display, creating innovative and engaging social media campaigns through visuals, reports, and other publications.
- Take concepts and interpret them through visuals for diverse audiences.
- Work through all phases of the creative process, from brainstorming, drafting, and refining innovative concept, to deploying the designs for public use, and incorporating lessons learned into future tasks.
- Support a Principal Investigator to expand participation in science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEAM) through multiple projects in the STAR Library Network portfolio.
For the full job description, and to apply, visit www.spacescience.org/opportunities.php.
SSI is a non-profit, public benefit corporation and is a proud equal opportunity employer.
Posted March 26, 2021
Manager, Program Delivery
Museum of Science and Curiosity
Salary Range: $55,000–$60,000
MOSAC is looking for a key individual with a nose for talent, who is skilled at developing and managing visitor-engagement teams. The Experience team needs your skills and talents as we prepare to open the new science center this fall. We are seeking a Program Delivery manager to build the team of educators and science communicators who daily, will deliver programs to school groups, the visiting public, and after-hours special events audiences. This role is responsible for the hiring and training of team members, and scheduling of all daily programs staffing requirements.
- Developing and managing daily, weekly and monthly program staffing schedules
- Hiring and leading the training of Program Delivery team members
- Hiring and managing the Registration team
- Managing, assessing, and providing regular performance reviews to team members
- Ensuring safe working conditions, and training in collaboration with the Manager, Exhibits & Theater
- Building and managing annual staffing budget, with an emphasis on staff scheduling and cashflow
For more information, and instructions on applying, please visit: powerhousesc.org/careers.
Posted March 26, 2021
Coordinator of Guest & Volunteer Services
Lancaster Science Factory
Wage: $18/hour with paid time off benefits
This role is responsible for providing an outstanding experience to Lancaster Science Factory visitors by overseeing service operations at the admissions desk and exhibit floor. You will actively recruit, train, and supervise volunteers. You will administrate all group reservations, book special events, workshops, facility rentals, and scout programs. As part of a small but mighty team, you will assist with other aspects of daily operations as required.
Click here to see the full job description and application instructions.
Posted March 11, 2021
Museum Object Photographers (2)
Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology, Brown University
Bristol, Rhode Island
Wage Range: Grade 7 (Hourly, $18.46–$27.69)
The Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology (Brown University) will hire two photographers with demonstrated skill in photographing archaeological and ethnographic collections for archival purposes to work on two projects funded through the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation documenting and rehousing the museum’s collections prior to their move to a new location. Due to the number of objects to be documented, we are prioritizing the ability to develop strategies for photographing and uploading large numbers of objects individually, quickly, and accurately rather than the ability to stage objects for reproduction in catalogs or exhibitions.
These are full-time, hourly positions (37.5 hrs per week) with university benefits but are term-limited by the end dates of the grants. The work will be done at the museum’s Collection Research Center in Bristol, Rhode Island, collaborating with a team including collection assistants, conservators, and curatorial staff. Photographers will be responsible for photographing objects, assigning identification codes to images based on existing naming protocols, and uploading them to the museum’s collection management system, MuseumPlus.
We seek candidates able to start as soon as possible, with applications accepted until the positions are filled. Successful candidates will hold a BA, BFA, or B.Sc. (or equivalent combination of education and experience) in a field related to the museum’s collections (anthropology, archaeology) and/or in Photography with training in documenting archaeological and ethnographic objects. At least two years of experience digitally documenting such collections and entering them into a Collection Management System (especially MuseumPlus) in a museum, archive, or library setting is required. Some background in anthropological or archaeological perspectives on material culture is preferred.
Applications will only be accepted through Brown University’s online hiring system linked below and will not be considered without a current CV, a cover letter with the names of three referees, and will not be reviewed without a short portfolio of six to eight original images documenting a clear knowledge of the skills required for archivally photographing archaeological and/or ethnographic objects in museum contexts. Multiple documents, not exceeding 5 MB (total) can be attached to your application by clicking the “upload” button at the bottom of the “My Experience” page of the application.
Full job description and application link: brown.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/staff-careers-brown/job/Haffenreffer-Museum/Museum-Object-Photographer_REQ169652.
Posted February 12, 2021
People Services Leader
Scott Family Amazeum
Salary Range: $44,000–$54,000
We are seeking an HR professional who is willing to tip conventional HR on its side. You’ll create a complete strategy that will support the Amazeum team in realizing their ambitions. This will require you to reinvent how work is done, be comfortable challenging convention, and think big. You’ll partner with a cross-functional group of museum leadership to design and execute strategies for how we staff, onboard, motivate, develop, and retain.
Click here to review the full job description and to apply.