Hello Readers! We have two fascinating positions this week, one at the US Department of the Interior’s Northeast Museum Services Center and another at FrameWorks Institute. Check them out!
The US Department of the Interior is a workforce of over 70,000 strong serving throughout 2,400+ operating locations to fulfill ONE mission. In addition to Departmental Offices, DOI is comprised of 9 bureaus that work to accomplish our vast mission: to protect America’s natural resources and heritage, honor our cultures and tribal communities, and supply the energy to power our future.
Museum Services Division of the US Department of the Interior’s Northwest Regional Office is looking for a Museum Technician duty stationed with the Northeast Museum Services Center (NMSC) in Charlestown, MA. The purpose of the position is to catalog and rehouse archeological collections from National Park Service units within Region 1. Candidates will be expected to catalogue objects and associated documentation, enter cataloging data into the designated NPS cataloging application using established NPS procedures, and prepare technical reports with statistical data and analysis of artifacts. They will also be expected to photograph artifacts for curation, produce quality photographs for online exhibition and/or report publications, among other duties.
Check out the complete job post and application on LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/38RNrRs
FrameWorks Institute is a team of social scientists and strategists with diverse backgrounds and a wide array of professional experiences whose mission is to advance the nonprofit sector’s communications capacity by conducting and translating empirical research on framing the public discourse about a variety of social problems – from health equity to criminal justice to early childhood development to climate change. Their approach is unique in that they focus on both research and application. The FrameWorks research team studies public thinking on different social issues and conducts original empirical research on frame effects, while the FrameWorks strategy team translates those research findings and turns them into engaging learning experiences and compelling communications products so partners can build their framing capacity and immediately apply FrameWork’s recommendations to their own work.
FrameWorks is seeking a Senior Researcher with expertise in mixed methods to join their team. The ideal candidate is someone who is intellectually curious, creative, insightful, informed about contemporary policy issues, committed to realizing social justice and equity, and has strong conceptual and analytical skills. The successful candidate will be a part of FrameWorks’ research team and investigate how to effectively reframe a wide range of social and scientific issues, such as affordable housing, poverty, education equity, and climate change. This is an outstanding opportunity for a mid-career professional with experience in social science research and a demonstrated commitment to equity and social change. The Senior Researcher will collect, analyze, and synthesize multiple streams of quantitative and qualitative data to produce framing recommendations for advocates, experts, and scientists working to engage the public about policy solutions to social issues. They will present FrameWorks’ research to different audiences and contribute to the organization’s efforts to engage communicators across multiple nonprofit sectors. They will also help develop and innovate FrameWorks’ methods and theory.
Check out the complete job posts and application on LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/2P1E4aX