Summer Programs Director
MAINE SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS
2015-16 SCHOOL YEAR - ANTICIPATED OPENING
Due to its recent growth, the Maine School of Science and Mathematics invites applications for the following anticipated opening for the 2015-2016 school year:
Summer Programs Director: The summer programs director oversees all aspects of administration and programming for 6 weeks of kids’ camps (ages 10-14) and 1 week of STEM educators’ camp. Responsibilities include strategic planning, budgeting, communications, marketing/public relations, program development, staff recruitment/training/retention, and program implementation. MSSM Summer Camp attracts approximately 600 campers each year, with approximately 80 seasonal staff. A successful summer programs director will be highly organized, detailed oriented, and knowledgeable about best practices in STEM education.
Qualifications: A successful candidate must have at least a bachelors’ degree and must be at least 25 years in age.
Residence Life Coordinator
Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences, and the Arts (ASMSA)
Title: Residence Life Coordinator (anticipated opening)
Type: 12-month full-time
Start date: July 1, 2015
Salary Range: $25,000-$30,000
Application deadline: June 1, 2015
The Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences, and the Arts (ASMSA), a campus of the University of Arkansas System, is a two-year residential high school for academically talented 11th and 12th grade students. ASMSA invites applications for an anticipated opening for Residence Life Coordinator beginning July 1, 2015. This is a twelve-month position that supervises 10 Residential Mentors that live in the facility. A Bachelor’s degree is required,
Co-Director, Computer Systems Research Lab
Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology
Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, located in Fairfax County, Virginia just outside of Washington DC is seeking a full time Co-Director of the Computer Systems Research Lab beginning in the Fall of 2015. We are seeking exceptional individuals with demonstrated excellence in teaching, scholarship, and support of student research projects. Our school is committed to attracting and supporting an academically and culturally diverse faculty who can work in collaboration with other research lab directors to further student research and scholarship.
The main responsibility of the lab director is to mentor approximately 15 high school seniors through yearlong individual research projects in the field of Computer Science. Recent and current research projects include automatic music transcription, handwriting recognition, hallway path optimizer,