The American Institute of Physics (AIP) is seeking a Program Coordinator for the Society of Physics Students (SPS). The ideal candidate will have great communication skills, be highly organized, and have a passion for helping students. The Coordinator will work as an essential member of the SPS-Sigma Pi Sigma team to plan and carry out special projects that range from broad-reaching public outreach events, to SPS chapter and member development, to educational programs to be presented in a variety of venues such as professional conferences, meetings, and departments.
What is AIP?
We are the American Institute of Physics. Our mission is to advance, promote, and serve the physical sciences for the benefit of humanity. We promote the physical sciences through effective communication, education, and policy initiatives.
Why Work for AIP?
We want you to love working here, and we have a workplace culture that reflects that. With our commitment to community service, monthly catered lunches, and an on-site fitness center, we work hard to make sure AIP is an awesome place to work. Did we mention that you will work with amazingly talented colleagues in a variety of departments?
We offer an incredible total compensation package including competitive pay, multiple healthcare options to meet your needs, commuter benefits, free parking, tuition assistance, and an outstanding retirement plan.
We encourage and invite people from diverse backgrounds to apply and join our team. All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, creed, marital status, gender identity or expression, political affiliation, personal appearance, national origin, ancestry, protected veteran status, physical or mental disability.
Bachelor’s Degree required (in physics or physical science area highly preferred)
2 years’ experience with Society of Physics Students preferred
* Candidates should complete the entire application, upload a cover letter and a resume.
Located in College Park, Maryland. Learn more at www.aip.org
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