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Researcher for Educational Video Series
The Paideia Institute is seeking a part-time researcher and writer for a new educational video series about Classics. The researcher’s duties will include researching and drafting scripts on various literary and historical topics about the ancient world, and working with a team of writers, directors, and actors to create short educational videos. This position is remote, though candidates should be able to attend online meetings on eastern time.
The ideal candidate will have strong knowledge of Greek and Latin literature and Greek and Roman History, a demonstrated ability to write about Classics for a broad, non-academic audience, and a good sense of humor. Those with an interest in expanding access to Classics to underrepresented communities are highly encouraged to apply. The researcher will work approximately 5-10 hours per week starting in November 2021.
To apply, please send us a resume, a cover letter, and a sample of written work demonstrating the aforementioned skills. We will begin reviewing applications on November 1st, 2021. Send all materials to [email protected] with the subject line: Researcher Job Application.
Aequora Site Manager
The Paideia Institute is seeking a part-time Aequora Site Coordinators to help grow and manage our Aequora program, an outreach initiative that partners with universities, schools, and community organizations to offer introductory Latin classes for elementary and middle school students. Aequora is shaped by a belief that everyone should have access to Latin and by a vision of Classics as an inclusive, diverse, and socially engaged field.
The Aequora Site Coordinator’s main duties will be reaching out to schools in order to find and establish sites for our after-school Latin and literacy program. The coordinators will then connect schools with volunteers and help facilitate starting the program. The coordinators’ duties may include: communicating with school leaders and faculty, leading and developing volunteers, visiting sites, and ensuring the quality of programs.
We are seeking a dynamic, detail-oriented professional with a background in the humanities, connections with local elementary schools, and an ability to speak passionately about the value of studying Latin. The coordinators must be based in the DC metro area or the New York City area, as the job requires site visits in the spring. Coordinators will work approximately 5 hours per week from November 2021 to June 2022.
Please send a resume and a cover letter via email to [email protected] with the subject line: Aequora Site Coordinator Application. Applications are open until November 1st, 2021.
Legion Project Manager
The Paideia Institute is seeking a part-time Project Manager for its Legion Project, an outreach initiative that tracks Classics PhD graduates working outside of the professoriate and documents the breadth of careers to which a humanistic education can lead. The institute is in the process of expanding the Legion Project to include other fields in the humanities in addition to Classics.
The Legion Project Manager’s main duties will include carrying out research on the career outcomes of humanities PhD holders, developing the Legion Project website and user interface to develop tools to help current graduate students, and fundraising to support the project.
We are seeking a dynamic, detail-oriented professional with a background in the humanities, nonprofit administration, and fundraising. General familiarity with the academic world is highly desirable. The candidate will work approximately 10 hours per week from October 2021 to August 2022.
Applications for this position are now closed.
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