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 enrollment director. Given the current pandemic, the position will be remote but the applicant must be able to work normal U.S. hours. The role is seasonal in nature due to the program only operating in the Summer. While the exact hours will vary from week to week, the following schedule outlines general expectations:
January - May: ~20 - 25 hours/week
June - July: 30-40 hours/week. Note, summer hours may increase if the program is able to run in person during the summer of 2021
August - December: &lt;5 hours/week
Enrollment and PR. The Director will be responsible for driving enrollment growth and PR efforts during the application period (January-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 (remote presentations).
Review students’ applications.
Conduct student (with parent) interviews via Zoom.
Call student references.
Send admissions/rejection notices to students and coordinate enrollment procedure (enrollment status, billing, and payment status).
Operate the Summer Program. The director will oversee either all 1) remote operations (depending on the home base of the director and/or if we can not run an in person program) or 2) the San Francisco / Palo Alto locations or NYC location of BlueStamp engineering (again depending on the directors home base / willingness to relocate). Specific tasks include:
Working with students and parents to ensure each student has a great experience.
Managing a staff of 9-15 between the two locations.
Work with students, staff, and parents to select projects and get materials and tools ordered in advance of the program’s start.
If running the in person program, coordinate and attend all local demo nights (up to 6) where students present their work). If running the remote program, coordinate and run demo night via Zoom.
If running in the in person program, coordinate a 2-day staff training for all local staff and 1-day room setup day for each location. If running the remote program, coordinate a 1-2 day staff training remotely.
Excellent organizational skills.
Comfortable with speaking publicly to groups ranging from 10 to 100 students.
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.
Between $25-35/hour or $2-3K monthly depending on experience.
Up to 25% additional merit based bonus on total salary.
Download and complete the staff application from the website. Then submit via email along with a resume and a brief cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com