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!
Interested in speed interviewing with OEOP staff?
Seeking: Vision-Inspired, Student-Focused, Self-Motivated,
Outreach Professionals with strong program managment experience.
Are you looking for a position where you can lead transformative experiences for underserved communities and prepare students for success in STEM fields?
Then YOU want to work in the MIT Office of Engineering Outreach Programs!
Join us on Tuesday, July 24, 2018 from 6-8pm for the
OEOP Speed Interviewing Day!
MIT Building E17-Room 139 (Mudd Building), 40 Ames Street Cambridge, MA (~5 min from Kendall Sq/MIT MBTA stop)
During speed interviews, learn about: current OEOP program coordinator and program assistant openings, future opportunities i.e. OEOP Communications, and MIT Employee Benefits
RSVP by July 20, 2018 at email@example.com with your name, email, resume and job interests.
Can't make the event? Apply online for the following OEOP jobs:
OEOP Program Coordinator, MOSTEC Program
The Office of Engineering Outreach Programs (OEOP) is seeking a coordinator to lead the implementation of the MIT Online Science, Technology, and Engineering Community (MOSTEC) Program. The coordinator will identify and implement strategies to expand and innovate the program, working as part of a collaborative team. The primary responsibilities will be to coordinate staffing (undergraduate, graduate, and professional teaching staff), logistics, student recruitment and selection, and student/parent communications and engagement. The coordinator will also take the lead in implementing the combined student selection process.
Please apply and send all inquiries via the Careers Across MIT Platform.
OEOP Program Assistant, SEED Program
The Program Assistant for SEED Academy in the Office of Engineering Outreach Programs (OEOP) assists the Manager of Programs and Program Coordinators with implementation of complex and diverse administrative duties in support of Saturday Engineering Enrichment and Discovery (SEED) Academy. The primary responsibilities include: facilitating program logistics; purchasing materials and supplies; external communication; scheduling; collecting and organizing student information; and assisting with collection of financial documentation. The Program Assistant also attends weekly SEED Saturday sessions during the academic year and helps facilitate these program sessions.
Please learn more and apply via the Careers Across MIT Platform.
We have additional opportunities to work specifically in our outreach programs for Fall 2018. You can view the job descriptions for the available opportunities below.
SEED Academy Instructor
The OEOP is seeking energetic and dynamic Instructors to teach and develop curriculum for its Fall SEED courses. SEED Academy courses offered during Fall 2018 are Materials Science, Civil Engineering, Computer Science, and Electronics. The ideal candidate will be committed to supporting middle school and high school students along the STEM pipeline. They will foster an open and positive learning environment that encourages students to ask questions and to be active participants. They will provide students with the resources and guidance necessary for learning the fundamental concepts in their course, with emphasis on developing skills that will help students succeed in technical STEM fields. The instructor role is a part-time role that requires attendance at SEED Academy sessions which take place on eight Saturdays during the Fall semester. Please inquire about open positions/courses. To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
SEED Academy Academic Mentoring Seminar Instructor
The OEOP is seeking energetic and dynamic Instructors to teach and develop curriculum for its Fall SEED Academy Academic Mentoring Seminars. The ideal candidate will be committed to supporting middle school and high school students along the STEM pipeline. They will foster an open and positive learning environment and provide students with the resources and guidance necessary for navigating the complexities of preparation for high school and college, with an emphasis on developing students’ writing and communication skills, in addition to time management and study skills. Please inquire about open positions. To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to: email@example.com
SEED Academy Teaching Assistant
Saturday Engineering Enrichment and Discovery (SEED) Academy is seeking teaching assistants for various engineering courses designed for students ranging from 8th to 12th grade. The primary responsibility will be assisting the instructor in preparing and implementing curriculum for their assigned course in either: Materials Science, Civil Engineering, Computer Science, or Electronics. Teaching assistants may also assist in implementing other aspects of the SEED calendar including community building activities. The teaching assistant role is a part-time role that requires attendance at all SEED Academy sessions which take place on 8 Saturdays during the Fall semester. To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org