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SIAM Seeks Director of Programs and Services

Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) seeks a creative, strategic Director of Programs and Services to support the technical activities of the society. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Director of Programs is responsible for the oversight and management of programs and projects mostly concentrated on the society’s membership program and conference program, including the administration of grants in those areas.  This position plays a central role in assuring the continuity and reliability of SIAM activities and additionally assuring the timely response to changing needs and new opportunities; taking a leadership role in advancing these programs with the proven ability to be innovative and original in the development and enhancement of member and conference programs and services.  The position has two direct reports. The individual selected for the position must have excellent written and verbal communication skills and be able to interface with SIAM governance, including officers, board members and members of related committees. Position requires a knowledge of applied mathematics and/or computational science; advanced degree preferred.   Please submit cover letter, CV or resume to Susan Palantino, Chief Operating Officer, 3600 Market Street, 6th Floor, Philadelphia PA 19104 or e-mail to . EOE

Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) is an international community of 14,500+ individual members. Almost 500 academic, manufacturing, research and development, service and consulting organizations, government, and military organizations worldwide are institutional members. SIAM was incorporated in 1952 as a nonprofit organization to convey useful mathematical knowledge to other professionals who could implement mathematical theory for practical, industrial, or scientific use. SIAM continues today to advance the application of mathematics and computational science to engineering, industry, science, and society.
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