The American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT) is seeking a Marketing Coordinator who will develop, coordinate, and assist with the marketing program that supports the mission and goals of the Association. The Marketing Coordinator plays a key role in increasing the awareness of AAPT and its programs to its members, prospective members, corporate sponsors, and advocacy groups. The Marketing Coordinator will work with other AAPT departments, outside vendors, and other organizations to accomplish these goals, including outreach to other physics organizations such as the American Physical Society (APS) and the American Institute of Physics (AIP).
An undergraduate degree in marketing, communications, public relations or a closely related discipline or at least 2 years of marketing or closely related experience are required. The successful candidate will demonstrate excellent oral and written communication skills, will have experience with the creation and coordination of marketing materials, trade show exhibits, social media, and social media analytics, email marketing software such as INFORMZ, and will understand branding strategies. Experience in nonprofit educational organizations is highly desirable. The Marketing Coordinator must be able to work effectively as part of a team that includes membership, programs and conferences, communications, and publications staff and must have the ability to work with other related professional organizations, outside agencies, and vendors to create marketing materials.
A comprehensive benefits package includes a 37.5 hour work week as full-time, holidays and personal days, vacation and sick time, health insurance, flexible spending, retirement, and more!
AAPT is . . .
. . . a professional membership association of scientists dedicated to enhancing the understanding and appreciation of physics through teaching.
AAPT was established in 1930 with the fundamental goal of ensuring the "dissemination of knowledge of physics, particularly by way of teaching." Founders, Homer L. Dodge, Paul E. Klopsteg, and William S. Webb, led the effort to organiz...e the first association dedicated to improving physics education. Today that vision is supported by members around the world.