Job Opportunities at AIP

The American Institute of Physics provides a wide variety of services for science societies, the physics community, students and the general public, as well as for over 100,000 people who comprise AIP’s Member Societies.

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Current open positions

The Niels Bohr Library & Archives, a special collection in the history of modern physics, astronomy, and allied sciences, at the American Institute of Physics, is seeking a part-time (30/hrs per week) Library Digitization & Preservation Assistant. The Assistant will work with the Photo Librarian to maintain and preserve the visual archives database and with the Librarian to perform book repairs and preservation work. Duties include organizing, arranging and cataloging collections, scanning images, repairing books, and performing other related tasks as assigned.

In conjunction with the Board of Directors, the CEO will shape and implement the strategic direction and manage day-to-day operations of AIP. S/he will help develop and then execute the strategic vision and objectives for the organization to ensure its relevance and value proposition to all key stakeholders.  S/he will provide leadership and direction for all aspects of AIP, ensuring high quality mission-driven activities, and relevant member society services, combined with strong fiscal, legal and ethical integrity of the Institute. In this regard, s/he is responsible for advancing the Institute’s revised mission, vision, strategic initiatives, and related policies. The CEO is responsible for the management and development of nearly 110 employees (including several direct reports), a $25 million budget, and the strategic engagement of the ten members of the federation and, by extension, more than 120,000 members globally.  The CEO also serves as the organization’s principal staff spokesperson before myriad audiences globally.