Job Opportunities at AIP

The American Institute of Physics provides a wide variety of services for science societies, the physics community, students and the general public, as well as for over 100,000 people who comprise AIP’s Member Societies.

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Current open positions

The American Institute of Physics is seeking a business development specialist for Inside Science, a syndicated, nonprofit news service dedicated to providing accurate, engaging science news to the general public. She/he will support the Inside Science director, in collaboration with AIP's development and marketing departments, to identify, develop, maintain, and enhance strong and productive relationships with sources of revenue for Inside Science, including foundations, corporate sponsorships, licensing opportunities, and advertisers. The incumbent will help plan an annual meeting for our stakeholders, write an annual report on the Inside Science program, develop marketing materials, plan outreach events, and identify strategic partnerships.

The American Institute of Physics is seeking a Product Manager for its Grad School Shopper product.  She/he will be responsible for marketing, sales, and production of AIP’s online product, GradSchoolShopper.com and the accompanying annual AIP Graduate Programs book.  The incumbent will collaborate with the Physics Programs Associate who is responsible for producing and delivering content for Grad School Shopper’s outreach to students, including via social media, the Student Resources web section, and conferences. 

  

 

 

 

The American Institute of Physics is seeking a part-time temporary Research Assistant who will work with the Assistant Librarian of the Niels Bohr Library & Archives Center and with additional staff to research and develop detailed bibliographies on the subject of meteorology. Primary duties include bibliographic research, database searching and bibliography creation. Our office is within walking distance from College Park Metro and near the University of Maryland.