About The Company:
BlueStamp Engineering (BSE) is a multi week summer program where high school students individually build engineering projects. BSE can be attended remotely (3 week sessions) from anywhere in the world or in our hub city of Palo Alto (6 week sessions). Accepted students select and build a project of interest (e.g. prosthetic hands, solar powered electronics, autonomous robots, GPS devices, mini wind turbines, etc.) with a motto of "learning by doing." BSE students and founders have been featured on Cable TV, TEDx, and on the Embedded podcast.
Students go through the entire process of building and testing their devices while supporting their work with full documentation published online and presenting their work at a demo night. Projects have a wide degree of difficulty, from electronics kits to customized designs. Please visit our student page to see what previous students have built. For detailed information about the program, please visit http://www.bluestampengineering.com
Open Position – City Director:
BlueStamp, LLC is looking for an entrepreneurial, motivated, kind, tech-savvy, and highly organized person to join our staff as the Outreach and Enrollment Director. The ideal applicant is based in the Bay Area, but may be remote. The role’s responsibilities and hours vary throughout the year due to the program only operating in the Summer. The below seasonal schedule represents work completed by a full-time-equivalent person. The position is available part-time at lower hours.
November - December: ~30-40 hours/week
January - May: ~40-50 hours/week
June - July (In Session): 40-60 hours/week.
August - October: 20-30 hours/week
Enrollment and PR. The Director will be responsible for driving enrollment growth and PR efforts during the application period (November-June). Specific tasks include:
Connecting (via BSE’s founders) with existing school contacts to coordinate program outreach and demo’s (remote presentations)
Contacting new STEM teachers/administrators and speaking to various high schools in the area in person or via Zoom.
Review students’ applications.
Conduct student (with parent/guardian present) interviews in person or via Zoom.
Call student references.
Send admissions/rejection notices to students and coordinate enrollment procedures (enrollment status, billing, and payment status).
General upkeep and maintenance of inbound inquiries and other miscellaneous tasks.
Operate the Summer Program. The director will oversee the Palo Alto location of BlueStamp engineering. Specific tasks include:
Working with students and parents to ensure each student has a great experience.
Managing a staff of ~15.
Work with students, staff, and parents to select projects and get materials and tools ordered in advance of the program’s start.
Coordinate and attend all local demo nights (3-6 total) where students present their work).
Coordinate a 3-day staff training for all local staff and 1-day room setup day for each location.
Excellent organizational skills.
Comfortable with speaking publicly to groups ranging from 10 to 100 students in person and remotely.
Tech savvy: Knowledge and/or excitement in one of the following: (1) Emerging Technology (mobile, electronics, consumer, programming, energy, life sciences), (2) Technology Entrepreneurship, (3) Program leadership and/or management
Experience networking and reaching out to new contacts by phone and email.
Desire to share the excitement of engineering with high school students.
Excellent communication skills, unfettered honesty and integrity, and the ability to work with minimal supervision are all a must.
Selected candidates must pass a background check.
Commensurate based upon experience and role, i.e. FT or PT
FT base pay is in the range of $60-80K annually + bonus. PT base pay will be proportional to FT ranges.
Up to 25% additional merit based bonus on total salary for both FT and PT.
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