Facilitate and oversee planning and scheduling of internal / external workshops and meetings, including logistics and preparation of agendas
Develop and edit presentations on behalf of collaboration leads
Coordinate with multi-institution colleagues to organize and facilitate new collaborations.
Assist in preparation of grant proposals and identify new opportunities
Assist in preparation of annual reports
Assist in drafting and revising learning goals, standards, assessments, and learning trajectories for quantum information science
Assist in developing materials for K-12 QIS education
Coordinate with educational programs to plan educational / outreach programs
Deliver QIS content to middle-school and high-school students
Collect and analyze educational research data
Utilizes in-depth experience in the identification and establishment of collaborative partnerships with schools
Plays a medium to large role in program evaluation and improvement efforts
Performs other related work as needed
MA or MS degree in a QIS-related field (computer science, physics, chemistry, or mathematics)
1 year of formal training in QIS and/or quantum computing
5 years of teaching experience
2 years of research experienceÂ
Excellent writing, editing, and proofreading skills
Excellent oral communication skills
Proficiency in programming
Ability to organize meetings, schedules, and events.
Ability to follow multiple detailed directions of various protocols and meet deadlines.
Ability to maintain confidentiality.
Strong organizational, planning, problem-solving, and project management skills.
Ability to work independently and creatively.
Teaching experience at the grades 6-12 or undergraduate level
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