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Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts
Salary: $70,000 - $80,000
Internal Number: #23-03
The REVISE Center, hosted by TERC, is seeking an experienced Content & Communications Coordinator at 60% Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) to help the Center (1) stay connected to the informal STEM education (ISE) community and (2) generate interesting, meaningful, and educational content about and for the ISE community. The Content & Communications Coordinator will report to the Director of Operations & Communication and the Director of Digital Infrastructure and Virtual Community. This position is remote with the expectation of traveling to and attending at least one convening per year.
Annual full-time salary range for the Content & Communications Coordinator is $70,000 - $80,000 per year. Note that this position is 60% FTE, meaning that the salary is 60% of what it would be if it was a full-time (100% FTE) position. This would be $42,000 - $48,000 per year working 24 hours per week.
The Content & Communications Coordinator will be responsible for the following:
Applicants must have the following qualifications:
* (TERC provides all employees with Mac laptops, familiarity is a plus) *
When applying, you will be asked to upload your resume to: HR Apply. Interviews will be conducted remotely via Zoom. Competitive salary commensurate with experience. Excellent benefits. No phone calls please and no recruiter or agency inquiries.
Commitment to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging (DEIB)
TERC envisions a work community of diverse, multicultural talent that transforms futures through math and science education research. As such we are committed to antiracist education and other critical frameworks to cultivate equitable STEM learning environments and transformative social justice in the diverse communities we serve. Read our Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging Statement.
TERC actively seeks to diversify its staff; we deeply believe that the inclusion of diverse perspectives, ideas, and characteristics (race, ethnicity, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, religion, disability, protected veteran status, age, and more) contributes to the creativity and impact of our research, and the professional development and experiences of our employees. All hiring practices, personnel actions, and benefits are administered equally, without regard to the aforementioned characteristics. For more detail, please read our EEO Policy Statement.
About the Reimagining Equity and Values in Informal STEM Education (REVISE) Center
Vision: The Reimagining Equity and Values in Informal STEM Education (REVISE) Center is a collaborative effort to advance equity across the informal STEM learning field through community building; supporting and extending infrastructures; technical assistance; and communications. This equity resource center is supported through a cooperative agreement with the US National Science Foundation Advancing Informal STEM Learning (NSF-AISL) program (NSF Award #2229061), designed around four primary functions:
The primary audiences for the REVISE Center are individuals and organizations that want to grow their ability to design and conduct equity-focused, evidence-based innovations in informal STEM research, programming, or both. The stakeholders served by the Center should include, but are not limited to,
We envision that the REVISE Center will serve as a champion and critical voice for equity in the informal STEM education (ISE) field and cultivate lasting change among ISE, stakeholders, and the broader STEM education ecosystem. The Center leverages the strength of community-building through inclusive, collaborative design and the sharing of resources and ethical practices to establish long-lasting compassionate relationships (particularly building trusting relationships among historically disenfranchised communities). It values bolstering infrastructures to extend research capacity and expand access to funding, highlighting more scalable, equity-focused research findings useful in ISE programming that serve marginalized learners, supporting increased diversity in leadership, and advancing the adaption of ISE program components for tailored use to empower new learners and leaders with diverse perspectives to influence informal STEM. Thus, the Center aims to foster and fortify safe spaces of belonging in STEM thereby creating a more informed public that values STEM in everyday life, work, and global citizenship, and recognizes its role in advancing a more just and equitable society. These efforts will promote critical reflection and dialogue on historical and contextual factors that underlie systemic inequities, mistrust, and power hierarchies in STEM and advance inclusive communication and culturally responsive evaluation that broaden participation and promote organizational change and transformative social justice.
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