As an equal employment opportunity employer offering a competitive salary and benefit package, consider joining our dynamic team by applying for one of our one-of-a-kind positions.

  Current openings are listed below. To apply for one of these positions, please e-mail a cover letter and resume to jobs@misci.org

Positions Available:


PRESIDENT
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The President is responsible for the development, management, and execution of the operations, programs, mission, and initiatives of the Museum, including Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) education, community partnerships and collaborations, collections and exhibits, marketing, and fund development. 

The President reports to the Board of Trustees and will work closely with the Chair and the Executive Committee.  The President will lead, support, and oversee the staff (full-time, part-time, per diem employees) and numerous volunteers.

The successful candidate will have a record that shows the successful development of organizational competency, capacity, and excellence in the not-for-profit arena, with a preference for science or technology museum experience, reflecting growth in all facets of the business.

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MUSEUM EDUCATOR: Challenger Learning Center – Per Diem
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Flight Director Staff at the Challenger Learning Center at miSci must possess knowledge of and/or the desire to learn and share their knowledge in the STEM subject areas. Members of the Challenger Learning Center’s staff work closely with all museum management and all other education staff to facilitate the education process.

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SCIENCE FESTIVAL SOCIAL MEDIA INTERN
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Manage the social media for the 2017 Science Festival of the Capital Region. Duties before the festival will include creating a digital marketing toolkit for partners and creating content for Facebook, twitter, and Instagram that calls out partners and upcoming activities. During the festival, the intern will live post and live stream the various events.

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COMMUNICATIONS & MARKETING INTERNSHIP - fall & spring
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This part-time internship is structured to provide the intern with valuable, real-world experience in a non-profit environment. Prefer interns with majors in Museum Studies, Business, Marketing, Communications or English.

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SCIENCE FESTIVAL OF THE CAPITAL REGION VOLUNTEER
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There are MANY ways to help out with the Science Festival, and volunteering is one the easiest. The Science Festival would not run without volunteers every bit helps. In return for your service, volunteers receive free admission to ALL Science Festival events, a Science Festival t-shirt, and food during their shifts. All volunteers will be invited to a volunteer reception following the Science Festival. To sign up, visit http://bit.ly/VolunteermiSci

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TELESCOPE OPERATOR (TWO PAID INTERNSHIPS)
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Dudley Observatory at miSci is hiring two telescope operators for our new roll-top observatory. The interns will operate a computerized telescope at public astronomy events at the Dudley Observatory at miSci, interact with visitors, and share their astronomy knowledge with the public. 

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GUEST RELATIONS ASSOCIATE
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Work in a unique and fun place and help us provide outstanding customer service support for individual and group visitors to miSci by creating a friendly, welcoming and informative environment for all miSci visitors. Some weekend and holiday work is required. 

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INTERNSHIPS
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Get valuable experience and job skills.  Build your college resume by being a miSci Intern.  Applications to be a volunteer intern at miSci require a letter, resume, and one recommendation.  Interns should be 17 years old or older.  All Interns are assigned to a miSci staff mentor.

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MUSEUM EDUCATOR - Per Diem
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miSci Educators engage groups and general visiting public in interactive, inquiry-based science programs within the museum facility and on an outreach basis. EOE.

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VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
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