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  • Facilities Maintenance – Entry Level Maintainer

    slide03-700x270New York Hall of Science is looking for candidate to fill an entry level maintenance position in Facilities department. Successful candidate should have basic knowledge of HVAC, electrical and plumb

  • Security Guard

    slide03-700x270Background: Since its founding at the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair, the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) has inspired millions of people—children, teachers, families– by offering creative,

  • Early Childhood Education Associate

    slide03-700x270The responsibility of the Early Childhood Education Associate is the development and implementation of programs for young learners, their caregivers and educators.

  • Research Associate

    slide03-700x270The Research Associate will have both immediate and longer-term responsibilities. The associate will join two established, NSF-funded research and development efforts. One focuses on developing and st

  • Research Assistant, Sara Lee Schupf Family Center for Play, Science and Technology Learning (SciPlay)

    slide03-700x270SciPlay is the applied research center on play, science, and technology learning within the Research, Exhibits, and Programs (REP) department. SciPlay researchers conduct formative research and run nu

  • NYSCI Explainer TV Associate Producer

    explainerTVjobNYSCI's Explainer TV is currently accepting applications for the Explainer TV Associate Producer position.

  • Explainer Trainee

    explainer_training_ftdA paid position for high school and college students, who are trained to interact at exhibits, perform science demonstrations, and help facilitate educational programs and workshops.