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The New York Hall of Science supports diversity in the workplace. NYSCI is an equal opportunity employer (EOE) and supports a drug-free workplace.
Available positions are updated on a regular basis. If you are a high school or college student, please consider applying to join our Science Career Ladder.

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The Research Associate will participate in innovative research and development projects, and will develop new lines of research that deepen our understanding of how best to organize learning experiences that are equitable, feasible, and able to provoke sustained, creative engagement among visitors.
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The Manager will contribute to a wide and diverse array of publicity projects supporting all aspects of Marketing and Communications including earned, paid and social media, customer lead generation and conversions, customer relationship management, partnerships and sponsorships, and other strategic projects.
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The Director of the NYSCI Neighbors program will work to build connections and relationships with NYSCI staff and schools and to coordinate all components of NYSCI Neighbor’s initiative to ensure the work is achieving maximum impact. She/he will also help launch the national Coalition for a STEM Future, which is slated to begin in January 2019.
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High school and college students can learn educational practices, community building and leadership through volunteer work with Science Ambassadors, an after-school program at NYSCI.
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Provide safety and security services by implementing security practices and procedures related to the safety and protection of exhibits, facilities, staff and visitors.
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NYSCI’s Research, Exhibits and Programs department is seeking a research and development assistant with experience and interest in the study of informal STEM learning, to participate in innovative research and development projects.
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The Science Career Ladder is an innovative education and employment program open to high school and college students. While in the program, students are trained to interact at hands-on exhibits, perform science demonstrations, and help facilitate educational programs and workshops.