The MIT Office of Engineering Outreach Programs is seeking staff who are energetic, thoughtful and motivated by our mission. Help us diversify the science and engineering community!
SEED Academy Program Staff
We are currently accepting applications for instructional and mentoring roles for our SEED Academy Program. We seek applicants with a wide variety of backgrounds in science, engineering, math and humanities disciplines, ranging from rising college sophomores to experienced professsionals with advanced degrees.
To submit your application, visit: staffapp.mit.edu.
Student Success and Wellbeing Administrator
STUDENT SUCCESS AND WELLBEING ADMINISTRATOR, Office of Engineering Outreach Programs (OEOP), to collaborate on helping high-achieving 7th-12th grade students thrive (personally, socially, and academically) and transition through rigorous STEM-focused programs and into college. Will meet individually with students on personal and academic issues; create, implement, and advise on protocols/programs/procedures to address student support needs/concerns; provide general academic and career planning advice; provide resources and referrals for services, including mental health/wellbeing; train and guide instructional and residential staff on fostering an inclusive, healthy, safe, and supportive environment; implement program activities that bring awareness to and improve executive functioning skills, social-emotional learning, mental health and wellbeing, and academic success of participants and recent alumni; assist in assessing student wellbeing in crisis situations and determining appropriate referral/resource; and help foster an inclusive community.
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Temporary Financial Assistant II
The TEMPORARY FINANCIAL ASSISTANT II for the MIT Office of Engineering Outreach Programs coordinates and performs complex and diverse operational and financial administrative activities assisting the Manager of Finance and Administration, the Finance and Administration staff, and the Executive Director. This role provides financial support for the OEOP, including the reviewing, processing, and/or tracking financial transactions including reconciling accounts, purchasing, communicating, and maintaining electronic and paper records. The Temporary Financial Assistant II is responsible for monitoring financial activity for general, fund, and research accounts and assist in preparation of financial/budget spreadsheets, documentation, and/or forms. Along with the Manager of Finance and Administration, the position communicates with Executive Director and OEOP staff requiring a broad understanding of OEOP’s policies and procedures and financial operations. The position requires an ability to handle very sensitive and confidential financial and fundraising information.
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Note: Due to the pandemic and MIT guidance, the MITES program will not be administered in Summer 2021 and the MOSTEC program is completely virtual. The position requires remote work temporarily until MIT resumes work on campus fall 2021.
Temporary Communications Assistant
The COMMUNICATIONS ASSISTANT for the MIT Office of Engineering Outreach Programs (OEOP) will support communications activities across our Office, including social media, newsletters, event communications, and website support. This position will be supervised by the Communications Administrator.
- Prepares, produces, and maintains print and electronic content for OEOP including social media, video content, newsletters, event flyers/announcements, etc.
- Gathers, checks, and formats communications/marketing materials and collateral.
- Makes routine edits in print and digital materials and may make suggestions to improve content, style and flow.
- Compiles information and drafts varied communications/marketing content for recurring activites and events (e.g. meeting notes, newsletters, social media).
- Produces, maintains, and sources appropriate images to be used in print and digital, and may secure rights.
- Assists with the timely updating of OEOP websites and social media channels with routine content.
- Maintains communications contact lists for OEOP and updates information on contacts for specific subject areas, newlsetters, and email blasts.
- Sends communications marketing/promotional emails and tracks responses.
- Assists in communications/marketing activities such as supporting logistics, creating or assisting in the creation of collateral for a specific audience, or setting up for a conference or recruitment activity.
- Performs other duties as needed.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office, social media platforms (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Vimeo, TikTok, Snapchat, Flickr), and email marketing platforms (Constant Contact, MailChimp); working knowledge of Photoshop and other Adobe Creative Suite programs
- Ability to write clearly and effectively; good writing, grammar and spelling skills
- Strong organizational skills
- Reliability and adaptability to environment with evolving tasks
- Ability to problem-solve; resourceful, task and detail-oriented
- Good interpersonal/communication skills
- Works well independently and collaboratively
To learn more and apply, please email Communications Administrator Dora Gonzalez at firstname.lastname@example.org.