A digest of the latest science policy jobs from around the web.
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APS Seeking Advocacy Associate and Policy Intern
The American Physical Society’s Office of Government Affairs is hiring a grassroots advocacy associate and a science policy intern. The advocacy associate will coordinate all of the society’s efforts to mobilize its members on policy issues that impact the physics community. Individuals that have experience with the legislative or executive branch and an understanding of professional societies are encouraged to apply. The science policy intern will support the office’s staff on a variety of projects for up to six months. A bachelor’s degree is required for the position and graduate students are encouraged to apply.
UK Science Policy Center Hiring Director
The University of Sussex is hiring a new director for its Science Policy Research Unit, which describes itself as “one of the first interdisciplinary research centres in the field of science and technology policy and management”. The job posting notes the new director will be responsible for developing a vision for the center “at a time of significant regulatory change in British higher education.”
AGU Hiring Public Affairs Analyst
The American Geophysical Union is accepting applications for a public affairs analyst position. The analyst will engage AGU members in science policy activities, produce materials for the society’s website, and help respond to requests for information from Capitol Hill and the media. Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree in political science, public policy, or a science discipline and four years of experience.