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.
Manager of Finance, Administration, and Operations
We are searching for a Manager of Finance, Administration, and Operations to manage financial, human resources, facilities, and administration functions. Will assume primary responsibility for managing the financial activities of the department with current annual activities exceeding $2.5M; work collaboratively with the executive director to develop and implement financial and operational strategies, create and track consolidated annual budgets, and oversee all financial activities (including financial reporting for corporate and foundation grants); oversee all office administration activities including space planning and maintenance matters; communicate and implement HR policies and processes in conjunction with the executive director; evaluate and analyze overall departmental processes, recommending improvements where needed; and serve as liaison to other departments across the Institute.
SEED Academy Program Coordinator
Saturday Engineering Enrichment and Discovery (SEED) Academy is seeking a Program Coordinator to participate in the design and implementation of the SEED Academy program. The primary responsibility will be coordinating various aspects of the program, including staffing (undergraduate, graduate, and professional teaching staff), program logistics, student recruitment and selection, and student/parent communication and engagement. As the SEED program is in a place of growth and transition, the coordinator will also be tasked with designing and implementing a new middle and high school curriculum--with support from program manager--that addresses the whole student and strengthens community ties to provide a path into the technical workforce for each student. The coordinator will also share engineering education resources and integrate engaging engineering curriculum into all OEOP programing.
E2/MOSTEC/MITES Summer Staff
We are seeking program staff applicants with a wide variety of backgrounds in science, engineering, math, and humanities disciplines, ranging from rising college sophomores to experienced professionals with advanced degrees. Previous teaching experience is a strong plus but not required for all positions.
Our program staff members serve as teachers, mentors and sounding boards for our highly motivated students. They play a significant role in our students’ lasting memories of our programs, which last from one to six weeks on campus, with an online component that extends into the academic year for one program.
Our program staff members have exciting, challenging, and important roles, and we value them deeply. Along with competitive compensation, benefits for our staff members can include on-campus housing, catered meals, and exciting program field trips.
Apply at staffapp.mit.edu