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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 Exhibit Project Manager will provide organization and oversight to the development of new exhibits and refurbishment of existing exhibits from initial concept design through project completion.
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This developer will be part of a cross-departmental team that will refresh and rebuild NYSCI’s current exhibits offerings and develop at least two entirely new exhibitions over the next several years.
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The Interim Development Associate plays a crucial role in the fundraising operation at NYSCI. This position provides administrative support to the fundraising operations of a 10-person development team, and occasional support to the office of the CEO. This is a temporary position, estimated to be 10 weeks, plus training.
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The Café Coordinator facilitates the day-to-day operations of NYSCI’s dining area for school groups, and oversees the reception of school groups to the dining area in a timely and courteous manner.
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The Director of Philanthropy serves as a leadership member of the Institutional Advancement team and an active participant in making strategic decisions to drive forward NYSCI’s annual strategies for raising unrestricted charitable gifts.
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NYSCI is seeking a project associate to support a new project, titled Playground Physics: Scaling and Sustaining a Technology-Enhanced Middle-School Physics Program.
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The Visitor Experience Associate creates a welcoming atmosphere for groups and visitors at their initial contact with NYSCI, while orienting them to the hall in such a way that facilitates the confidence visitors need to participate and explore.
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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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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.