We’re hiring!

By Private: Janice Sinclaire | December 16, 2017

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The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists has two new positions open: Multimedia Editor and Executive Assistant.

POSITION DESCRIPTION, MULTIMEDIA EDITOR

Reporting to the Editor-in-Chief, the Bulletin’s new multimedia editor will be a quality public-interest journalist with training and experience in the full array of techniques and software used to present information on the internet. (S)he will collaborate with an award-winning editorial staff to bring high quality, authoritative, and accessible audio and video programming, data visualization, interactive graphics, and in-depth magazine-style articles to a fast-growing audience hungry for trustworthy information about major global threats. This is a telecommuting position; residence in Washington, DC is a plus.

POSITION DESCRIPTION, EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT

Reporting directly to the President and CEO, the executive assistant provides communication, task prioritization, project management, and complex administrative support, serving as principal aide on highly confidential matters and daily operations. The executive assistant also serves as a liaison to the board of directors and coordinates special projects. This position is based in Chicago.

ABOUT THE BULLETIN OF THE ATOMIC SCIENTISTS 

The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists is a not-for-profit organization located in the Harris School of Public Policy at the University of Chicago that engages science leaders, policy makers, and the interested public on topics of nuclear risk, climate change, and disruptive technologies.

Founded more than 70 years ago by Manhattan Project physicists, the Bulletin is a globally recognized organization that curates a highly trafficked public-access website, publishes an award-winning journal, sets the iconic Doomsday Clock, and hosts a regular set of convenings. For more than 70 years, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists has bridged the divide between scientific research, global security and public engagement.

Visit thebulletin.org for more information.


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