The National Museum of Science and the National Institute of Occupational Health and Safety (NIOSH) are both making an important announcement.
The Smithsonian Institution is opening a new science department in late 2017.
NIOSH is the nation’s largest agency for occupational safety and health, and the new position will focus on occupational health and safety.
NIOSO has the authority to approve and supervise occupational health, including the safety of workers, and conduct research on occupational safety.
Here’s how you can apply to be a part of the new Smithsonian Institution STEM Department.
Apply online The Smithsonian National Museum is hiring for the STEM Department in early 2017.
Here are some of the jobs you should know about.
Work at the Museum and submit an application for the job to apply online.
The National Library of Medicine, Smithsonian Institution, and National Institutes of Health are all open to applicants.
If you’re interested in working in the STEM department, you’ll need to apply in person to the Museum or at the Library or NIH, according to the job description.
Apply for a position You’ll need a bachelor’s degree from a public or private university or college, and you must have a high school diploma or GED.
You’ll also need a high level of math and science knowledge, and be able to communicate and collaborate with colleagues.
This may include working in labs and research groups.
You may also need to take a number of courses, including biology, chemistry, physical education, and psychology.
You should also have a bachelor of science degree in any subject you’re considering, but you don’t need to have a particular degree.
Submit your resume To apply for the position, you can complete the application online, or by phone.
You can also email the application to the Smithsonian Institution’s Science Talent Search Department, or mail it to: The National Institute on Aging, Office of the Secretary, Smithsonian National Monument, Washington, DC 20590-1750.
You must send the completed application to NIOSH for review.
You don’t have to be working in science at the time of application.
If NIOSH determines that you’ve met the requirements, it will send a letter recommending your appointment to you within 30 days of the position being opened.
The job posting will then open.
The STEM Department at the Smithsonian National Museums is one of the Smithsonian’s most exciting new STEM programs, which include: A new museum-wide STEM course on the history of science and technology and a new STEM curriculum for teachers and students.