STEM knowledge hub and community Development Manager

Salary Unpaid

In a nutshell…

  • Form and manage a team of student teams building curated open-source knowledge hubs and global student/researcher community homes for STEM topics of energy storage, health tech, food tech

  • Help refine this process while growing content and communities to advance and improve global solutions

  • ~15 hours/week unpaid flexible volunteering to fit your schedule, min. 2 months commitment

  • Tons of experience to be gained and you can truly make an impact in this world!

Want to make a true global difference with your STEM education?

Humanitrack is looking for a team leader to build and grow global STEM student/researcher communities and open-source knowledge hubs.  This leads to accelerating new and improved solutions driving humanity to a healthy sustainable future.

 

Humanitrack who?

humanitrack.org is home to science and tech open-source knowledge hubs tackling global challenges and powered by digital volunteering and an impact-driven community of students and researchers.

Our goal is to freely empower and align students, researchers, and companies so they have the maximum impact with their studies, research, projects and eventual solutions.

The knowledge hubs and community homes are known as Quests. Initial Quests focus on energy storage, health tech, and food tech.  You will be leading our Quest Development division bringing these Quests to life.

 

So what exactly is this job about?

As our first Quest Development Manager you will be:

  • Forming internal Quest teams of STEM students in team sizes from 2-10, ideally each with their own Quest Project Manager

  • Working with Marketing Communications for team recruitment

  • Recruiting students for teams from your local university as well as globally

  • Managing and leading these teams gathering and organizing hub/database information 

  • Leading entire Quest Development division of Quest teams and will organize weekly synch-ups and communication via Slack and Google (Drive, Calendar, Meet)

  • Quests we currently work on: Cancer Screening & Diagnostics, Solid-state Batteries, Epidemic Response (Coronavirus).

  • Quests we want to start this year: Cancer Treatment, Synthetic Fuels (Power2X), Synthetic Foods

  • Working directly with our CEO to refine our Quest development process

  • Refining process of how we build and maintain a Quest's SOLUTIONS, NETWORK, LIBRARY, and EVENTS databases

  • Refining process of developing Quest DATA and Roadmap sections

  • Working with our Platform Development and Marketing Communications teams when launching Quests publicly on humanitrack.org and growing/supporting the external Quest communities of users

  • Making sure all Quest teams are keeping their content and communities in order and growing!

What is in it for you?

  • This is an unpaid volunteering or internship role, but the experience and purpose are priceless. You are helping fill a huge gap for the benefit of humanity and the planet.

  • Leadership and management skills brought to the next level

  • Networking, team, and community building skills also will be brought to the next level as this is a combination of local and global

  • Process development and project management skills

  • All the excitement and flexibility of being a huge part of an impact startup

  • Our team is always growing and changing, but we stick with some fun company-wide events like monthly Thursday bars and there are plenty of non-work related posts and chats in our Slack #random channel

  • Experience at Humanitrack generally leads to our volunteers landing paid positions at other companies (Humanitrack is still fully driven by volunteers and interns)

More info and requirements?

  • This is a remote job but we'd love to get someone local from the Technical University of Denmark

  • Commitment of around 15 hours a week for at least 2 months. Work when it is most convenient for you!

  • English speaking, STEM education, leadership skills, and a driven work ethic are all must haves!

  • Community building, project management, process development skills are really nice to have...but you will learn about all this in the role.

  • Possibility to meet at our offices in Søborg, Denmark at Verdensmålshuset (The Global Goals House) near Buddinge Station

  • Initial work is done closely in collaboration with the CEO to grow the new Quest Development team as quickly and efficiently as possible

Are you our new Quest Development Manager?

  • We'd love to get to know you and see if you are the one so please apply!

For more information or questions please contact us at max@humanitrack.org

Perks and benefits

This job comes with several perks and benefits

Flexible working hours
Flexible working hours

Time is precious. Make it count. Morning person or night owl, this job is for you.

Near public transit
Near public transit

Easy access and treehugger friendly workplace.

Social gatherings
Social gatherings

Social gatherings and games; hang out with your colleagues.

Skill development
Skill development

We want to take you from good to great.

Remote work allowed
Remote work allowed

You know how you perform best. Work from your couch, your favorite cafe or abroad when you feel like it.

Work life balance
Work life balance

Carve out time for your kids, friends and personal cider projects.

Working at
Humanitrack

Humanitrack is a science and tech open-source knowledge hub tackling global challenges powered by an impact-driven community. We are enabling STEM students, professionals, and you to take volunteering action to understand, guide, track and accelerate technologies driving solutions to global challenges and leading humanity to a healthy, sustainable future. Check out how we are also empowering corporate employees via digital volunteering: https://youtu.be/npJE5tyoXxg

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