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Massachusetts Institute of Technology Producer, Festivals and Events in Cambridge, Massachusetts

Producer, Festivals and Events

  • Job Number: 20255

  • Functional Area: Museum

  • Department: Museum

  • School Area: Associate Provost for the Arts

  • Employment Type: Full-Time

  • Employment Category: Exempt

  • Visa Sponsorship Available: No

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    Working at MIT offers opportunities, an environment, a culture – and benefits – that just aren’t found together anywhere else. If you’re curious, motivated, want to be part of a unique community, and help shape the future – then take a look at this opportunity.

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PRODUCER, FESTIVALS AND EVENTS, MIT Museum, to lead the strategy, planning, and execution of the annual Cambridge Science Festival and other high-profile public festivals and events produced by the MIT Museum. The Cambridge Science Festival (CSF) is the longest-running public science celebration in the U.S., and the majority of the position’s efforts are spent on leading and managing this high visibility event. Will and serve as a member of the Museum’s engagement team composed of fifteen professionals in STEAM education and science communication who are responsible for collaboratively developing and implementing a wide variety of workshops, programs, events, and festivals engaging Museum visitors, students, educators, and members of the public in the Museum’s work; and supervise temporary employees and contractors and shares responsibility for one administrative assistant. Will report to the director of engagement and Cambridge Science Festival. A full description is available on the MIT Museum website ( .

Job Requirements

REQUIRED: bachelor’s degree; at least three years’ experience working with complex events; experience overseeing a broad range of responsibilities related to large public event management; demonstrated success in public and community relations, community-building, and producing inclusive events for diverse audiences; expert-level event planning skills and demonstrated understanding of complex technical and logistical aspects of large event production; excellent collaboration, meeting facilitation, project management, organizational problem-solving, and written and spoken communication skills; attention to detail; and experience with budget development, tracking, forecasting, and reporting. Must be able to communicate effectively with internal and external audiences, collaborators, and sponsors, including academic and industry-based scientists, community leaders, and corporate representatives. Job #20255-710/7/21