Unscheduled Part-Time; 2-3 days a week
Bachelor‚Äôs degree is required. Must have excellent organizational and project coordination skills, be self-motivated and have the ability to work independently, as well as be extremely proficient in using Microsoft Office applications.¬† Must have excellent collaborative and interpersonal communication skills.
PRIMARY DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
The primary function of this position will be assisting with the planning; organization, coordination and fulfillment related to community-based informal science education projects.¬† Responsibilities include providing support for teacher and student informal science workshops, scheduling meetings and spaces, managing the purchase and preparation of educational and office materials, date entry, and copying.¬† Other responsibilities include: organizing events; supporting updates of program curriculum materials; and maintaining general day-to-day operations of projects.¬† Day-to-day operations incorporate performing administrative duties for department including processing reimbursements and expense reports, managing project files/records, entering data from program registrations and evaluations, and other tasks as assigned.
This part-time position is grant-funded and supports the department‚Äôs related administrative responsibilities, program materials, and logistics of these on-going initiatives.