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Job Posting: Coordinator with Let's Talk Science!

October 07, 2015
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The Faculty of Science is looking for a new coordinator for their Let's Talk Science program. This role will include the opportunity to develop business, leadership and communication skills, gain fundraising and budgetary skills, work in a positive environment, tremendous autonomy to pursue new goals for Let’s Talk Science Outreach, paid travel to Let’s Talk Science conferences & rural communities and earn a coordinator stipend.

The ideal candidate will

  • Be registered in a graduate degree at SFU in science, technology, engineering or mathematics, and have at least 2 years remaining in their program 
  • Attend SFU Burnaby campus on a daily basis 
  • Be willing to travel 1-2 times per year to LTS conferences, and/or to lead road trips to rural communities in BC
  • Have experience dealing with high volumes of email 
  • Have a flexible daily schedule allowing time for various LTS activities 
  • Have a supervisor who is supportive of science outreach 

Deadline for applications is October 13th, so polish up that cover letter and resume and email them to letstalkscience@sfu.ca right away!

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