The Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics
(LASP) at CU Boulder has a position available to provide
coordination and support in our Engineering Division by
coordinating and facilitating science and engineering
program efforts within LASP and with external scientists
and subcontractors in various programs and proposals. This
position will require a wide range of skills from basic
meeting arrangements to occasional complex proposal
preparation. Responsibilities and
Provide key role in preparation of technical
presentations and reports. Tasks include coordinating
input in multiple formats from multiple sources,
editing, inserting graphics, and preparing
presentation materials from rough content.
Schedule and coordinate team meetings, travel
schedules, traveler accommodation contracts, and
off-site meeting venues.
Organize, coordinate, and shop for special events,
conferences and meetings. This includes preparing and
publishing conference materials.
Support the program management staff in establishing
new procedures as directed.
Provide Zoom-based meeting support.
Handle confidential communication.
Coordinate travel planning and expenses reporting
for the program manager.
Assist in weekly meetings by collecting and printing
weekly meeting materials for management team.
Work with LASP procurement department to complete
Update and maintain organizational chart,
distribution lists and contact lists.
Maintain security by following procedures and
Take notes of regular team meetings and track action
Assist the legal department with export compliance
Work with other Program Assistants to coordinate
work activities, meet deadlines, and provide support
Provide managerial oversight of daily facility
BA or BS degree or equivalent experience.
Experience with Microsoft windows operating system.
Highly proficient with the following
software programs: Microsoft office
(OneNote, Excel, Power Point, Word,
Visio), Adobe (Acrobat Pro, Photoshop, Lightroom).
Proficiency with SharePoint, Alfresco and Confluence
Good business and technical writing skills.
Demonstrated ability to handle complex, multiple,
and concurrent tasks often under tight deadlines.
Ability to be self-directing and work independently
with minimal supervision.
Excellent interpersonal skills, organizational
skills and demonstrated ability to work under
Ability to be resourceful and proactive in dealing
with new issues as they arise.
Due to ITAR requirements on NASA programs, only US
Citizens and Permanent Residents need apply
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