REQUIRED: bachelor’s degree; two years’ directly relevant experience; project coordination experience; excellent meeting facilitation, project management, organizational, problem-solving, interpersonal, networking, collaboration, listening, and oral and written communication skills; attention to detail; budget management skills; experience working on complex projects involving many inputs and outcomes with multiple collaborators, including community-based partners; experience producing in-person and online meetings/workshops/events; familiarity with the overlapping professional fields of informal STEM education, public engagement with science, and science communication; discretion and judgment with confidential information/issues; support for MIT’s commitment to advancing issues related to diversity, equity, access, and inclusion; initiative; flexibility; accountability; proficiency with Macs, MS Office, database management, and social media platforms; a valid driver’s license; and comfort driving a small cargo van. Must be able to manage multiple projects while meeting deadlines; plan, prioritize, and implement project activity and budget tracking systems; and engage effectively with colleagues and professionals at various levels in a team-oriented environment. Job #21155-6
Working conditions include moving 40-pound objects between locations and continually traversing festival venues or other event sites over an eight-hour workday.
Frequent weekend and evening work is required.
This position is not eligible for a regular hybrid or remote work schedule.
This is a grant-funded, two-year term position with the possibility of renewal depending upon funding.