The Geochemical Society is a not-for-profit scientific society founded to encourage the application of geochemistry to improving our understanding of the Earth and solar system. Membership is international and diverse in background and includes 4,000 scientists and students from around the world. The society promotes understanding of geochemistry through an annual conference, publication of a peer-reviewed journal and electronic newsletter, awards programs recognizing significant accomplishments in the field, and student development programs. The Geochemical Society’s offices are located on the Broad Branch Road campus of the Carnegie Institution for Science in NW Washington, DC.
The program manager supports a variety of initiatives that directly impact the society’s members. He or she has primary responsibility for membership renewal and retention, communications, and also serves as the editorial assistant for the society’s peer-reviewed journal. This is an excellent early career opportunity for candidates interested in nonprofit management as there are opportunities to learn many different functional areas.
The qualified candidate must possess good verbal and written communication skills; strong organizational skills with high attention to detail; and proficiency in common office software, particularly Excel. Experience with AMS/CRM systems required, Abila’s NetFORUM system preferred. Must be collaborative, solution focused, creative, and entrepreneurial. The candidate should be comfortable navigating the Internet and using social media platforms. A bachelor’s degree and 2 or more years of work experience are required (work experience during college will be considered). Occasional travel may be required.
The Carnegie Institution is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of gender, race/ethnicity, protected veteran status, disability, or other protected group status. Women and minority candidates are especially encouraged to apply.