|Title:||International Affairs Associate|
The International Affairs Associate broadly supports the activities and work streams of the International Affairs team within the American Physical Society, External Affairs Office, with a focus on supporting the International Programs Manager. The role of the International Affairs team is to forge and sustain partnerships with relevant domestic and international stakeholders to help drive APS’s priorities under its mission to serve as a Welcoming Global Hub for the world’s physicists. This role will assist with the Society’s international strategy development and efforts to increase the value proposition of APS membership and other offerings to physicists outside of the US as well as assisting with the development and management of metrics and reporting systems to measure the effectiveness of the department’s initiatives and the Society’s international priorities. Come play an integral role in increasing engagement with physicists worldwide. Apply Today!
Travel: This position could require in-office work at times, as well as occasional travel to various US-based events and meetings as instructed by your Supervisor.
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