We have an exciting opportunity for an Interim Director of a new Center for Science Policy & Society at the Duke Initiative for Science & Society in conjunction with the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke. The Interim Director will lead the Center at the Duke Initiative for Science & Society, with an emphasis on advocating for and contributing to activities that focus on the intersection of science and policy, as well as science and societal interest.
Perform responsible administrative duties of a complex and confidential nature in support of the Duke Initiative for Science & Society. Manage varied clerical and administrative responsibilities and maintain efficiency in organizational operations. Assist the Director as needed, including arranging for and scheduling appointments, meetings, and speaking engagements; supervising the preparation of materials for meetings, and making travel arrangements. Support S&S faculty, staff and students with procurement, expense reports, and reconciling program budgets.
The communication assistant will work closely with the Associate Director and Assistant Director for Marketing & Communications to generate new and engaging content highlighting the mission and accomplishments of Science & Society’s programs, students, and faculty. The ideal candidate will have strong writing and communication skills with knowledge of social media tools and strategies. A general interest in STEM and/or science ethics and a desire to communicate science to a broad audience is a plus!
This is a federal or Duke work-study position.
To apply send your resume and writing samples to email@example.com.
The Duke SLAP Lab (Science, Law & Policy Lab) is looking for a junior web developer to build a content managed website showcasing research on the efficacy and public opinion of consumer EEG devices. Ideal candidates will be able to facilitate the project from planning mocks and customizing Drupal or WordPress template files to populating content pages and engineering a successful launch.
This is a federal or Duke work-study position. Pay will be between $15 – $18 an hour depending on one’s experience.
To apply send your resume and link(s) to a portfolio or live projects you’ve completed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Science & Society @ the North Building
Duke West Campus, at the corner of Research and Circuit Dr.
304 Research Drive, Box 90222
Durham, NC 27708
Science & Society Collaboratory @ Erwin Mill
Erwin Mill, Bay A, #201-205
2024 W. Main Street
Durham, NC 27705