The Assistant Manager is responsible for the daily operations of the presenter team. Including supervising, hiring, mentoring and evaluating a team; also, ensuring they can give Academy guests quality informal science engagement that inspires & engages. This position collaborates within Public Programs and across departments to implement strategic priorities and projects, and community partners. This position is highly skilled at interpreting topics relevant to the Academy for general audiences.
Would you like to be greeted by a white alligator every day? Are you interested in partnering with leading scientists, educators, and visionaries to help them accomplish their ambitious goals? If the answer is yes, come join our team!
The Government Grants Officer will manage state and federal grant submissions in support of the California Academy of Sciences’ mission to regenerate the natural world. This is a full-time position.
The Public Programs Lead, reporting to the Public Programs Assistant Manager, is responsible for conducting informal science education programs with museum guests. These programs include informal science education programs for all-age audiences, live animal programs, theater programs, programs for young children and their caregivers, virtual programs, as well as conversations with guests centered around natural history specimens and objects.
Come join a team of talented educators at the California Academy of Sciences working to foster scientific and environmental literacy, inspire conservation action, and promote awareness about careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields!
Exciting job opportunity at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco, CA. We're hiring an exhibit content developer & writer to join our team of passionate exhibitions professionals. Some highlights and key attributes include:
A gifted science communicator and storyteller who can make science and sustainability compelling for broad audiences.
A creative and open-minded collaborator who works successfully in a team environment and independently.
Familiarity with exhibit development processes, with 2-5 years of experience including writing for exhibits, informal/popular science publication, or similar.
Ability to balance multiple projects, meet deadlines, and maintain high standards of quality.
The temporary part-time Public Programs Presenter is responsible for conducting informal science education programs with museum guests about various topics throughout the Academy. The Public Programs Presenter is comfortable engaging with guests and presenting on any topic relevant to the Academy and its mission. Weekend and evening work will be required. This part-time Presenter, in addition to their regular weekly shift, will also cover vacation, event and sick time requests.
Reporting to the Science Action Club (SAC) Manager, the Education Marketing Coordinator is responsible for producing graphic and written content for promotional materials that help SAC tell our story and engage new audiences. The position will produce flyers and reports, coordinate email and social media campaigns, and make occasional updates to SAC’s webpages and learning management system. Come join a team of talented professionals dedicated to transforming science education and environmental.
Reporting to the Science Action Club (SAC) Manager, the Education Program Coordinator provides comprehensive administrative support for the SAC program. The position is primarily responsible for coordinating program logistics, tracking data, and addressing customer service inquiries from across the national SAC network of out-of-school time programs. Come join a team of talented professionals dedicated to transforming science education and environmental literacy at scale!
Reporting to the Assistant Manager of School Programs, the Student Programs Bilingual Educator is responsible for facilitating the Academy’s onsite field trip programs and distance learning programs for grades K- 8. The overarching vision for the Teacher and Student Engagement group is that K-12 educators facilitate meaningful, co-constructed science experiences such that students are motivated and able to apply sustainable solutions to their lives.