Position Detail Frontiers in Energy, Science and Technology (FEST) Student Coordinator

Energy - Resources and Environment Program (ERE)
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  • Position Details:

    Hours/Week: 10 HRS
    Hourly Rate: $14.25
    Expires: May 31, 2019

    Campus : Washington DC
  • Job Contact Info:

  • shurt3@jhu.edu
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Frontiers in Energy, Science and Technology (FEST) Student Coordinator Position

Job Description

The ERE Program is seeking an organized, self-motivated, and detail-oriented student coordinator to co-manage our Frontiers in Energy, Science and Technology (FEST) field trip program. The ability to work independently is vital.

Under the guidance of ERE faculty and staff, the FEST Student Coordinator will identify and research potential trip locations (i.e. energy/environment related corporations, nuclear plants, research laboratories, etc.), arrange logistics for domestic and international trips including budgeting, contacting companies or facilities to set up initial contact, follow up, travel and transportation, schedule and publicize the confirmed trips and/or tours to ERE students, update social media sites and manage trip reports (an average of 5-10 hrs/week). 

The FEST Student Coordinator will work with ERE program staff and student coordinators to publicize the available tours and trips to ERE students. The student coordinators will be responsible for all facets of this program and must be able to work independently. 

The position is open to all SAIS students with preference given to ERE students. First year students are encouraged to apply, as the position could potentially extend into their second year at SAIS. The position will begin in early September 2018 and extend throughout the academic year, ending in May 2018. 

Rate: $14.25 per hour 

Apply by Friday, September 14, 2018. Submit your resume and a statement of interest to shurt3@jhu.edu. 

About FEST:

To supplement its rigorous academic curriculum, the Energy, Resources and Environment Program developed the Frontiers in Energy, Science and Technology (FEST) Field Visits initiative to provide its students with first- hand experience visiting utilities, nuclear power and LNG plants, hydraulic fracturing and off-shore oil facilities, sewage treatment plants, and solar panel manufacturing facilities, among others.

FEST offers student enrichment activities designed to provide first-hand exposure to innovations in the energy and environment sectors.