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COMMUNICATION LAB MANAGER/LECTURER, Nuclear Science and Engineering (NSE)-Communication Lab, to manage a peer-coaching program that builds students' and postdocs' written, oral, and visual communication skills in the nuclear field; manage the NSE Seminar course (22.911); and support faculty with their integrated communication curriculum. Will recruit, train, and supervise 6-10 graduate students serving as peer coaches; design and execute a creative outreach strategy for the lab; design and distribute marketing materials; deliver informational talks/pitches; work with faculty to develop instructional materials that teach the rhetorical principles of written, oral, and visual communication; assist with thesis prospectus preparation; coordinate support for presenters at annual research expo; and serve on a team NSE's strategic and operational plans with the overall program's vision and goals budget. Will also teach principles of written, oral, and visual communication, with specific attention to customs and practices in the field of nuclear science and engineering; and assist faculty with designing and implementing new mechanisms and assignments for teaching undergraduate/graduate students in areas of scientific communication in other NSE courses.
REQUIRED: bachelor's degree in relevant field (e.g., communications, science, or education); three years' scientific communication training, coaching, and workshop leadership experience; experience with instructional and assignment design, oral communication instruction, or visual rhetoric; excellent technical communication (oral, written and visual design), interpersonal, and organizational skills; experience in project management, event coordination, or similar area; and attention to detail. Must be able to give and receive constructive feedback; interact effectively with faculty, students, and staff; plan strategically; and handle multiple projects simultaneously. PREFERRED: master's/Ph.D. in a science/engineering field, proven ability to produce technical content, and experience supervising student workers. Job #22177
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