The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists is growing! We’re announcing four new support positions: Arts Science Initiative Coordinator, Communications Coordinator, Development Coordinator, and Grants Writer.
POSITION DESCRIPTION, ARTS INITIATIVE COORDINATOR
Working with the Bulletin’s President and CEO, this is a 10-hour a week position. The Arts Science Initiative Coordinator will help create a powerful new platform on which members of the creative community can present their work, interact with scientists, develop new frameworks at the intersection of art and science, and engage new audiences intent on solving the globe’s most pressing security challenges including: nuclear risk, climate change, and disruptive technologies. This position is located at the Harris School of Public Policy at the University of Chicago. Read the full job description here.
POSITION DESCRIPTION, COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR
The Communications Coordinator supports the daily operations of the Communications team. In addition to acting as iContact email coordinator, this position requires extensive involvement in e-newsletter and announcement creation, assistance with administrative website postings, social media, and media outreach. Tracking of social media/website statistics and help in the creation of reports are also key parts of the position. This position reports to the Communications Director and is located at the Harris School of Public Policy at the University of Chicago. Read the full job description here.
POSITION DESCRIPTION, DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR
The Development Coordinator supports the daily operations of the Development team. In addition to acting as the Bulletin’s Salesforce database administrator, this position will involve extensive planning and execution of special programs and events as assigned by the Development Director. This position is located at the Harris School of Public Policy at the University of Chicago. Read the full job description here.
POSITION DESCRIPTION, GRANTS WRITER
The Grants Writer will identify new grant opportunities and manage existing relationships with grantors. Responsible for writing and submitting grants and shepherding them through the grant evaluation process. This position reports to the Development Director and works closely with the President and CEO. The ideal candidate will devote 15-20 hours per week. Can be a telecommuting position. Read the full job description here.
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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.
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