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Job openings – Science Club for Girls

Three positions open at Science Club for Girls

Employer: Science Club for Girls
Positions: K-5 Program Manager; Materials Logistics Coordinator; Program Manager – Lawrence
To apply: For more information on these positions and information on how to apply, please visit the Science Club for Girls website.

Science Club for Girls (SCFG) is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to increase the self-confidence and literacy in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) of K-12th grade girls belonging to groups that are underrepresented in these fields, through free programs that include hands-on learning, mentorship, and leadership opportunities. Girls work with mentor-scientists who model and foster leadership, affirm college as an expectation, and promote careers in science and technology as goals and options. Science Club for Girls targets girls from resource-poor communities and who may be first in their family to attend college, and embraces a near-peer mentoring approach that engages women and girls across generations and academic/career stages to create a network of support for their mutual advancement.

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Staff is comprised of a dedicated team of independent thinkers and excellent communicators, each with their own strengths to share with the group — from engineering to environmental science, from youth development to team leadership building skills. Science Club for Girls seeks skilled, flexible and motivated team players who have a passion for changing the face of science and want to contribute to and learn from the team and the girls and young women that they serve.

Currently, the following positions are open:

K-5 Senior Program Manager, 25-30 hours per week
The Senior Program Manager, K-5 (SPM) oversees the Science Clubs and Vacation Week programs for kindergarten through 5th grade girls. The SPM assists with the development and refinement of training, curricula, evaluation and operations of these programs to meet standards of quality, efficiency, and scalability. The SPM is a member of the program leadership team, consisting of the Senior Program Director, Volunteer Program Manager, Teen Program Director, and Program Operations Director. Science Club for Girls anticipates this position becoming full-time within the next 18-24 months.

Materials Logistics Coordinator, 15-20 hours per week, August to May
The Materials Logistics Coordinator (MLC) is responsible for ensuring that all K-12 programs have the materials they need to run properly. The MLC will purchase and organize all supplies, prepare them for distribution to program sites, and return unused items to stock as they are returned. The MLC will work with the Program Operations Director (POD) to identify improvements to the distribution process and implement them throughout the year.

Program Manager: Lawrence, 15-20 hours per week, August – May
The Program Manager: Lawrence (PM) operates for an average of 15-20 hours per week over 40-weeks from August to May. The PM reports to the Teen Program Director, and oversees the operation of science clubs at up to five (5) program sites. The PM is responsible for building relationships, ensuring effective communication, and building an atmosphere of collaboration and learning with schools, site partners, parents, site mentors, and the community at large. Currently this position oversees all local K-12 SCFG programming in the Lawrence area. Program is currently split equally between after school science clubs and teen program oversight and mentoring.

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