STEM Program Coordinator

Company Name:
Placement Services USA, Inc.
The STEM Program Coordinator will be concerning education taught at the 6th through 12th grade level (middle and secondary). The STEM Program Coordinator is responsible for implementing and sustaining a dynamic program that targets mainly the high-achieving students and helps them channel their skills and knowledge through STEM-related projects, events, and competitions. He is also responsible for:
Developing and announcing the STEM program calendar at the beginning of each school year.
Acting as the main contact and contest coordinator for the competitions the school will participate in and complete all off-site tasks such as the registration process.
Collaborating with the STEM program instructors in recruiting eligible students to form the school teams.
Coordinating the local school-wide science fairs; arranging individuals for judging the projects; providing training sessions for the judges.
Ensuring that the STEM program instructors have all the tools, materials, and equipment they need in order to deliver their instruction and keep up with the schedule.
Making any travel, lodging, and similar arrangements for the contestants, if and as needed.
Continuously monitoring the program and curriculum implementation; holding regular meetings with the STEM program instructors and the school administrators to ensure a seamless and stable program implementation throughout the school year.
Collaborating with the STEM program instructors and the school administrators to revise and improve the current program.
Masters Degree in Education or related plus 2 year of experience teaching high-achieving students or a Bachelor's Degree in Education or related plus 5 years of experience teaching high-achieving students. Any suitable combination of education, training, or experience is acceptable.
Please send us your resume via email at with reference #495033 in the subject line. Do not copy and paste your resume in the body email. Please attach it as a Word document. Thank you.

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