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Job Summary: Nantucket Public Schools seeks  dynamic Elementary Science Teacher at Nantucket Elementary School. The Elementary Science Teacher will collaborate with grade-level teachers (grades K, 1, and 2) around the science curriculum. They will co-plan each unit with the grade-level teachers so that some lessons are facilitated by the Science Teacher and some by the grade-level teachers. Specifically, the Science Teacher will facilitate one science lesson per week per teacher. The Science Teacher will also design curricular extensions that will make the science lessons relevant to the Nantucket community. They will reach out to key community stakeholders and arrange for guest speakers and field trips.
Experience in elementary science teaching required
Knowledge of Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks for Science and NGSS
Teaching position requires a BA or BS, MA certification or the ability to be certified in MA
Experience in elementary school science teaching
Passion for teaching science
Strong science and technology/engineering content knowledge
Strong knowledge of the science and engineering practices
Ability to assess learning using a variety of methods
Strong foundation in student-centered and culturally responsive pedagogy
Knowledge of differentiated instruction and response to intervention
Excellent classroom management skills
Ability to collaborate with teachers and administrators
Demonstrating appropriate long and short term preparation for classroom instruction using Smithsonian Science for the Classroom units and lessons as well as developing opportunities that extend the learning into the Nantucket community
Coordinating with grade level teachers (grades K, 1, and 2) to determine which lessons and hands-on experiences within a unit the STEM Teacher will teach/support
Planning and facilitating lessons for each grade K, 1, and 2 class on a weekly basis
Designing science lessons that extend the learning to the Nantucket community, including guest speakers and field trips
Holding high expectations for all students and serving as a facilitator of student learning
Organizing and using a variety of teaching techniques, strategies, materials, and technology to maximize the learning of each student, individually and in group settings
Continuously assessing student progress, providing students and parents with specific feedback, and using the results to adjust instruction as needed
Collaborating with colleagues to examine student data, plan curriculum, and ensure appropriate learning experiences for all students
Collaborating with the STEM Director and completing other duties and professional responsibilities determined by administration
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Uncommon Schools is a nonprofit network of high-performing, public charter schools providing an outstanding K-12 education in historically under-resourced communities. We have proudly built schools that reflect our student population, with more than 60% of our teachers and staff across our network identifying as a person of color. Uncommon currently manages 55 schools serving more than 21,000 students in six cities: Boston, Camden, New York City, Newark, Rochester, and Troy. We are proud that Uncommon graduates persist in and graduate from college at five times the rate of their peers nationally. We achieve this by offering strong academic, co-curricular, and social-emotional learning that prepares students for success in college and beyond.
Roxbury Prep consists of four schools serving students in grades 5 through 12. We believe in strong authentic relationships between teachers and students, supported by effective school systems and an engaging instructional model that enables students to flourish academically and personally. Roxbury Prep students have an impressive 98% college acceptance rate and collectively earned 1.3 million dollars in scholarships last year.
Uncommon High School Science teachers work collaboratively across the network to prepare all students with the tools and knowledge to critically engage in the field of science and develop them into self-directed learners. At the heart of all Science courses is inquiry-based learning, including a robust focus on student discourse and the science practices. Science teachers employ a variety of instructional strategies to develop a passion for scientific questioning and analysis in their students. Our teachers prepare all students such that they have the choice to study and excel in any STEM discipline. We prepare all students to be citizen scientists that have the tools and knowledge to critically engage in the field of science regardless of their university major or professional career. Our teachers become experts in their course content and have a keen sense of how to motivate and inspire high school students.
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3. School Culture
Uncommon Schools offers salaries commensurate with experience and a comprehensive benefits package. All staff members receive extensive professional development, and are equipped with a laptop computer and all necessary supplies.
Uncommon believes in the importance of being a diverse, equitable and inclusive organization that enables our students and staff to thrive. We are committed to building an exceptional team that reflects the diverse backgrounds and experiences of our students. We also strive to ensure an inclusive community by creating a space for meaningful dialogue about issues of race and identity for our staff and students. As an equal opportunity employer, we hire without consideration to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status or disability. We also ensure that individuals with disabilities receive all privileges and benefits associated with employment and are provided reasonable accommodations for the interview process and to perform core job functions.
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Uncommon Middle School Science teachers work in grade-level teams to prepare all students with the tools and knowledge to critically engage in the field of science. At the heart of all Science courses is a love for the subject and inquiry-based learning, including a robust focus on student discourse and the science practices. Science teachers employ a variety of instructional strategies to develop a passion for scientific questioning and analysis in their students. Our teachers strive for subject mastery and have a keen sense of the socio-emotional changes middle schoolers experience. At the conclusion of eighth grade, students are prepared for the academic autonomy and college preparatory focus of our high schools.
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Job Description: Gloucester Biotechnology Academy Instructor
(2 positions available)
This is not your average teaching position. Gloucester Biotechnology Academy instructors enjoy a low student to teacher ratio, students with a passion for science, and support from the Gloucester community.
Our students graduate in 10 months with more lab hours than a 4-year Bachelor’s degree recipient, and are already making a different at biotech, life science and pharmaceutical companies across the state.
Reporting to the Lead Teacher, the Instructor is a part of the Academy’s robust teaching team. Twin passions for teaching and science are a must. The successful candidate will be a collaborative team player and exceptional representative of the organization. This is a critical role as GMGI continues to enhance its quality programs, build capacity and achieve ambitious goals, and represents a tremendous opportunity to join a rapidly growing, high-impact organization recognized in 2022 as the recipient of the Massachusetts Workforce Innovation Award.
Essential Areas of Responsibility
Deliver instruction of theoretical content and practical training in classroom and laboratory to both vocational (post-high school) learners and STEM enrichment (middle and high school) students
Assist in the training and supervision of new instructors and teaching assistants
Prepare lesson materials, teaching schedules, and daily plans
Prepare laboratory for daily experiments, maintain chemical, consumable, and equipment inventory
Assist with student assessments, feedback and professional development
Contribute to the continuous improvement of lectures, curriculum content, labs, assessments, policies, handbook, and lab manuals, in alignment with industry
Test new protocols and draft SOPs
Assist with the routine and periodic maintenance of instruments and safety equipment, and schedule necessary repairs
Manage orders of materials and equipment
Participate in community outreach, recruitment, orientation, internship placement, matriculation and alumni support
Bachelor’s degree (Master’s preferred) in biology, chemistry, molecular biology, or biotechnology
Individuals with experience in cell culture are highly encouraged to apply
Minimum of one year of experience leading a classroom
Passion for teaching and mentoring students
Comfort working with modern biotechnology instrumentation and methods
Ability to interpret and present scientific data to individuals with a non-science background
Solid understanding of accepted laboratory techniques and practices
Basic knowledge of statistical data analysis
High energy, can-do attitude
Self-motivated, capable of working in a dynamic start-up environment
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Integrity towards scientific research and data quality
Enthusiasm and commitment to the GMGI mission of innovative science and education
Who we are
The Gloucester Biotechnology Academy launched its first class in 2015, and is a hands-on vocational program which trains young adults to become professional laboratory technicians in the life sciences, biotech and biomanufacturing. The certificate curriculum provides hands-on instruction in such in-demand fields as state-of-the-art genomics sequencing and biomanufacturing, and students get real-world experience with a paid internship. The Academy is one leg of a strategy triad of the Gloucester Marine Genomics Institute (GMGI) which also includes a research institute and science community initiative expanding the local economy as we build a vibrant science hub on Cape Ann. The Academy, with graduation and career placement rates that outpace all norms, is in a high-growth mode with a fantastic team ready to lead the organization into its next chapter.
GMGI’s ambitious mission addresses critical challenges facing our oceans, human health and the environment through innovative scientific research and education. By bringing world-class science and transformative workforce development to Gloucester’s historic waterfront, GMGI is catalyzing the regional economy.
Work environment and other requirements
The Instructor is based at GMGI’s Gloucester Biotechnology Academy location, 55 Blackburn Center, Gloucester, MA. A generous benefits package is provided and salary is commensurate with experience and other qualifications.
GMGI is proud to be an equal opportunity employer, and all aspects of employment are based on merit, competence, performance and business need. In addition to researching diversity in our oceans, GMGI is committed to supporting diversity in our workforce and classrooms. We know that varied backgrounds and experiences stimulates discussion and new ideas. We are taking action on diversity, equity and inclusion by providing training opportunities to increase self-awareness as an organization and building a team of staff and students from uniquely different backgrounds. Our culture is built on innovation, collaboration and a shared desire to impact our community.
Please submit a cover letter and resume to: email@example.com.
7th and 8th Grade Science Teacher
Seeking a full time, salaried 7th and 8th Grade Science teacher. Reports to the Middle School Director.
Roles & Responsibilities
Teach 7th grade Physical Science and 8th grade Anatomy and Physiology
Serve as an advisor
Lead two self designed activities open to 5th-8th graders
Apply practices in classroom and other settings that foster equity, inclusion and belonging among Thayer Academy community members
Engage in ongoing professional development
Serve as an athletic coach for one or more seasons (preferred)
A bachelor’s degree required, Masters (or higher) preferred in Education, Science, or related field
3-5 years teaching experience at the Middle School level preferred
Passion for working with middle schoolers, and desire to build relationships
Commitment to working in and fostering an inclusive community
Demonstrated knowledge of and commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion practices in the classroom, in curriculum, and in relationships with members of the school community
High level of comfort and experience with technology in a educational setting
Willingness to work on a team in a collaborative department
Ability to communicate and listen effectively with students and families
Physical Science and Biology knowledge and experience
Experience with Design Thinking or Project Based Learning curriculum development
Experience with Responsive Classrooms or other SEL curriculum and training
Knowledge of robotics and programming
Desire to engage in community science projects
About Thayer Academy
Thayer Academy's mission is “to inspire a diverse community of students to moral, intellectual, aesthetic, and physical excellence so that each may rise to honorable achievement and contribute to the common good.” In its hiring practices, Thayer Academy seeks candidates who come from a broad range of backgrounds and can contribute to a diverse community, who love working with young people, who thrive when engaged in multiple arenas of school life, and who welcome professional growth.
Located next to Braintree's historic district and just up the hill from the MBTA’s final Red Line stop is the historic 34-acre campus of Thayer Academy. Since 1877, our coeducational day school for grades 5-12 has been a dynamic learning environment in which each student is affirmed, supported, and challenged to grow and meaningfully achieve as young scholars, athletes, artists and leaders. Thayer continues to be a place where tradition and innovation meet, and where students form lifelong relationships with one another and with inspiring teachers who care deeply about their students' personal growth and academic success.
Thayer is rooted in the intentionally holistic education of our students, who are viewed as whole individuals with affinities and talents in many areas. Unique to Thayer, because of deliberately coordinated scheduling, it is possible to be both a varsity athlete and sing on stage in the school musical--students here are not forced to choose one path or another. There is a supportive and collaborative camaraderie that pervades our halls and campus--one where students view their classmates as partners, encouraging one another to discover their hidden talents and develop them into lifelong strengths.
When you work at Thayer Academy, you join a warm community of students, parents, and colleagues who value not only academic achievement but also a supportive environment in which continual growth and learning is encouraged and supportive through a robust array of professional development opportunities.
Please email your resume, cover letter, educational philosophy statement, and the names and contact information for three to five references including two present or past supervisors to firstname.lastname@example.org attn:Galen Hamann, Middle School Director.
Thayer Academy is an equal opportunity employer. The Academy complies with and adheres to all state and federal anti-discrimination laws with respect to its employment practices. Thayer Academy does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, national origin or ancestry, age, or disability, or any other category protected under state or federal law. This policy extends to recruiting, hiring, compensation, benefits, assignment, working conditions, promotions, transfers, termination, re-employment, education, tuition assistance, employee treatment, and all other terms, conditions and privileges of employment. All employment-related decisions are made on a nondiscriminatory basis so as to further the principle of equal employment opportunity.
The OpenSciEd Equitable Instruction Initiative at Boston College is hiring an additional School Support Specialist to join our team. School Support Specialists work closely with schools and the OEI team to develop resources and provide school-based support for the adoption of OpenSciEd. Schools who work with OEI are grant funded to adopt OpenSciEd as their core instructional science materials through the generous support of the One8 Foundation. Check out the details here: tinyurl.com/OEIsupportspec!
Direct Manager: Jessica Pederson, Director of Education
Job Category: Exempt, Full-time, Permanent
Location: Boylston, MA
Travel Required: Occasional
Salary or Rate Range: $55,000 - 60,000
Apply at: https://towerhillbg.isolvedhire.com/jobs/
Date posted: 03/11/2022 Posting Expires: Open until filled.
Tower Hill Botanic Garden believes diversity in nature promotes a healthy, vigorous garden. We believe that diversity among our staff promotes a healthy work environment and a vigorous organization. We recruit, employ, train, compensate and promote regardless of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, veteran status, and other protected status as required by applicable law. We believe in diversity of race, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, national origin, ability, and all the other traits that make us unique. Tower Hill is an equal opportunity employer.
The Manager is expected to carry out the responsibilities of the job in ways that support Tower Hill’s mission and to its commitment to creating a diverse and welcoming organization.
Under the direction of the Director of Education, the Manager of Adult Education is charged with attracting and serving a diverse population of new and existing adult audiences through a comprehensive suite of existing and new learning opportunities including but not limited to in-person and online programs, hands-on workshops, series classes, lectures, symposia, and trips. The Manager of Adult Education works to strengthen curriculum, diversify instructional strategies, hire new teaching staff, and helps shape our overall growth strategy by analyzing enrollment data and student evaluations. The ideal candidate is strategic, creative, highly organized, an excellent communicator, and has extensive experience with adult program planning and logistics.
Manager of Adult Education Responsibilities
Leadership and Interpersonal Relations
Supervision and Training
The Manager of Adult Education position is salaried and exempt from overtime. When program coverage is not required, the typical schedule is Monday through Friday. However, the work schedule for this position can be highly variable. The Manager must be able to flex their schedule to accommodate evening and weekend programs. Work is performed both indoors and outdoors, and the Manager of Adult Education will be asked to assist with program management in outdoor roles.
Manager of Adult Education Education and Experience
Physical Demands / Working Conditions:
Note: Duties described above, other duties and physical demands have been identified as essential functions as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act.
In addition to being an Equal Opportunity Employer, Tower Hill Botanic Garden fosters an inclusive workplace that values each member of our team. We aspire to reflect and serve our visitors as well as the communities of Worcester County, Massachusetts, and New England.
Currently all employees are required to wear masks while on the property.
All Tower Hill, employees must be fully vaccinated (verification required) or be approved by Tower Hill as exempt for medical or religious reasons. If the employee receives this accommodation, they must be tested weekly at a site of their choosing and provide a negative PCR test result to Tower Hill. A booster is required 7 months after 2nd Moderna or Pfizer Vaccine or 90 days after Johnson and Johnson vaccine.
We are seeking a full-time Science/STEM educator to teach students Kindergarten-Grade 6 in our two small, inclusive and welcoming school communities. The teacher hired would work 3 days a week at the East Boston Early Education Center, teaching K2 and Grade and 2 days a week at the Alighieri, K-6.
Both the EEC and the Alighieri share core commitments of developing independent learners and conscious community members and we see STEM education as crucial in students' intellectual development. Our two are walking distance from each other, in a wonderful, diverse neighborhood and we are excited to have a STEM teacher join our team.
We're looking for a teacher that is passionate about fostering a love for Science, Engineering and Inquiry. An ideal candidate could work from available curricula, as well as leveraging the General Education curriculum and community resources to create an engaging, dynamic Elementary Science program.
Boston Public Schools seeks an exceptional SCIENCE TEACHER with an SEI Endorsement who is highly qualified and knowledgeable to join our community of teachers, learners and leaders. This is an exciting opportunity for teachers who desire to serve where their efforts matter. In BPS, the teachers and leaders are committed to the vision of high expectations for achievement, equal access to high levels of instruction, the achievement of academic proficiency for all students, and the closing of the achievement gap among subgroups within the schools. BPS is a great place for those who seek to work in an environment that supports their creativity and innovation, and respects their skills and abilities as a teacher.
REPORTS TO: Principal/Headmaster
CORE COMPETENCIES: Using the Rubric of Effective Teaching, the Office of Human Capital has identified priority skills and abilities that all BPS teachers should possess:
(II-A-1. Quality of Effort and Work, II-D-2. High Expectations, I-B-2. Adjustments to Practice)
(I-A-1. Subject Matter Knowledge, I-A-4. Well-Structured Lessons)
(II-A-3. Meeting Diverse Needs, II-A-2. Student Engagement, II-B-1. Safe Learning Environment)
(II-C-1. Respects Differences, II-C-2. Maintains Respectful Environment)
(III-A-1. Parent/Family Engagement)
(IV-A-1. Reflective Practice, IV-C-1. Professional Collaboration)
Terms: BTU, Group I
Please refer to www.bostonpublicschools.org/ohc (under "Employee Benefits and Policies") for more information on salary and compensation. Salaries are listed by Unions and Grade/Step.
The start and end times of BPS schools vary, as do the lengths of the school day. Some BPS schools have a longer school day through the "Schedule A" Expanded Learning Time (ELT) agreement. To learn more about ELT at BPS and whether or not this school is a "Schedule A" ELT school, check here: https://www.bostonpublicschools.org/Page/6571. To see the bell schedule for every BPS school, go to: https://www.bostonpublicschools.org/Page/7017. Please note, these times may be subject to change prior to the start of the school year.
The Boston Public Schools, in accordance with its nondiscrimination policies, does not discriminate in its programs, facilities, or employment or educational opportunities on the basis of race, color, age, criminal record (inquiries only), disability, homelessness, sex/gender, gender identity, religion, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, genetics or military status, and does not tolerate any form of retaliation, or bias-based intimidation, threat or harassment that demeans individuals’ dignity or interferes with their ability to learn or work.
Blue Hill Observatory & Science Center, Inc. Seeks a Curriculum Development Consultant with Ecological Expertise
Located atop Great Blue Hill in Milton, MA, Blue Hill Observatory & Science is a National Historic Landmark and a Centennial Observing Site—1of 6 in the U.S recognized by the World Meteorological Organization.
Our daily weather observation and data collection for 137 years form the longest, most consistent, and most extensive climate record in North America—and they are an irreplaceable resource that supports the Observatory’s mission to advance climate research and understanding.
The Observatory’s weather and climate education programs annually serve 4,000 students on-site and through various venues in and around Greater Boston. Programs include: Observatory Exploration, Weather Watching at Great Blue Hill, The Math of Meteorology, Guided Hikes, Kite Making Workshops, Internships for High School and College Students, “Launch Your Career in Meteorology”
SCOPE OF WORK & DELIVERABLES
The Observatory is seeking an experienced Elementary, Middle and High School Curriculum Developer with additional expertise in ecology to develop a new educational program entitled "Picture Post for Environmental Conservation" that aligns with the Massachusetts State Science Standards and the Next Generation Science Standards. The exciting multi-tiered program suite will leverage a ten-year geospatial data collection project for monitoring vegetation health and phenological indications of climate change at Blue Hill. The Curriculum Developer should have experience with working with online datasets and integrating the use of data into the curriculum they develop. It is preferred that the candidate have experience with excel, image processing and geospatial software. The program's intended outcome is to educate and inspire youth and adults to preserve the environment and navigate climate change.
Program Overview & Deliverables:
"Picture Post for Environmental Conservation" Overview:
Tier I—Middle school youth curriculum 8-hours total includes, 4-hours at the Observatory for observation of Blue Hill's natural setting and utilization of an interactive storyboard exhibit displaying environmental change along with 4 hours of classroom content supporting the educator's need to teach Next Generation Science Standards. Our goal is to bring 400 inner city middle school youth to the Observatory in 2022.
Once launched the content will be modified for elementary and high school levels. Many environmental changes have been documented at Blue Hill. The expanded content will cover mitigation and adaptation to address climate change.
Tier II—Online climate coursework providing 8 hours of lessons (24 total) for elementary, middle and high school youth that leverages the Observatory's "Picture Post" data. This curriculum will be delivered on the Observatory's website with tutorials supporting how the content may be utilized to teach science while addressing climate change.
Tier III—An expanded "Picture Post Guided Hike" for youth and adults will investigate observed and scientifically validated wildlife and environmental changes at Blue Hill. A supporting storyboard display will utilize the Observatory's climate data in a visual manner to teach how data supports scientific reasoning.
Plus supporting documents such as:
Curriculum Teacher Guides/Tutorials
Curriculum Student Handbooks
Curriculum Overview Tailored to Internal Staff and External Stakeholders
The successful Curriculum Developer candidate will report to the Executive Director and will be able to draw on the subject matter expertise of the Blue Hill Observatory Board. The Curriculum Developer will also collaborate with an Evaluation Consultant.
To apply for this position please provide the following documents to Cheryl Cummings at
Cover letter (maximum two pages) describing relevant expertise/experience in curriculum development and ecology
Sample(s) of prior work
References from prior projects
Deadline for submitting a proposal is 5pm EST on Friday, March 11, 2022.
The Harvard Forest (HF) Schoolyard Ecology Program, which serves 70 teachers and 3,500+ students in grades 4-12 annually, seeks a part-time Coordinator to lead the program into its third decade. The program’s primary goal is to support educators in the U.S. Northeast to conduct authentic ecological field studies with their students, by exploring trees and ecosystems within walking distance of their schools. To date, 164 schools have submitted data from their field studies, and these data can be freely explored online.
Schools from urban, suburban, and rural districts participate in the HF Schoolyard Ecology program. A core strategic goal for the coming decade is to better support teachers from urban districts in collecting field data with their students. This is part of a larger aim to empower students from all communities to recognize the importance of their home ecosystems and their local knowledge in creating a sustainable future. Another core programmatic goal is to further leverage the Forest’s deep connections with university students, scientists, and a range of land stewards – including Indigenous community leaders and conservation organizations – to offer youth a range of affirming pathways to future land stewardship and STEM careers.
Our work is guided by a strong commitment to diversity and inclusion; each staff contributor brings passion, sincerity, and honest self-reflection to fulfilling the program’s vital role in cultivating the next generation of land stewards and STEM leaders, inspiring and supporting teachers as they face myriad challenges in the classroom, and honoring the people and ecosystems that sustain our work. The program is funded by the National Science Foundation’s Long-Term Ecological Research Program and annual grants from private foundations.
Under the supervision of HF’s Director of Education and Outreach, and in partnership with HF ecologists and partner organizations, the Coordinator will:
Bachelor’s degree and at least two years’ experience as a full-time, formal classroom teacher of grades 4-12, including direct experience with STEM teaching and assessment.
A successful candidate will possess:
The University requires all Harvard community members to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and remain up to date with COVID-19 vaccine boosters, as detailed in Harvard’s Vaccine & Booster Requirements. Individuals may claim exemption from the vaccine requirement for medical or religious reasons. More information regarding the University’s COVID vaccination requirement, exemptions, and verification of vaccination status may be found at the University’s “COVID-19 Vaccine Information” webpage: http://www.harvard.edu/coronavirus/covid-19-vaccine-information/.
This is a grant-funded, part-time (up to 22 hours weekly), benefits-eligible position with a salary grade of 55. The initial term is 6 months, with the possibility for extension based on funding and performance.
To apply, submit via the following: a resume/CV, cover letter, and a sample STEM lesson plan and assessment rubric that you have created.
Application review will begin February 28, 2022; the position will remain open until it is filled.
To view an FAQ, submit an anonymous question, and find information about a webinar Q&A with the search committee on February 22, visit https://harvardforest.fas.harvard.edu/schoolyard-ecology-program-coordinator-search-2022. You may also direct questions to Clarisse Hart, HF Director of Education and Outreach, at email@example.com.
The Harvard Forest welcomes full participation by individuals with disabilities. If you anticipate needing any type of accommodation or have questions about the physical access provided, please contact the search committee (see FAQ), or contact our administrative team at firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about accessibility at Harvard Forest at https://harvardforest.fas.harvard.edu/accessibility-harvard-forest.
Unfortunately, Harvard University cannot sponsor international visas for this position.
We particularly encourage applications from members of groups that have been historically underrepresented in the sciences (Black, Indigenous, and people of color, women, individuals with disabilities, veterans, LGBTQ community members) and others who demonstrate the ability to help us achieve our vision of a diverse and inclusive community.
Harvard is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Applications from women and minority candidates are strongly encouraged. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions or any other characteristic protected by law.
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