The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (www.aiaa.org), located in Reston, VA is seeking a Publications Coordinator to support the Publications staff and Editors-in-Chief in administration, content acquisition, and editorial/production of the book series, journals, technical papers program and other publications products. AIAA offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package. This position is primarily remote, requiring occasional in-person meetings, off-site events, and office days.
Reporting to the Senior Manager, Publications Operations, the Publications Coordinator will support Publications staff and Editors-in-Chief in administration, content acquisition, and editorial/production of the book series, journals, technical papers program and other publications products. The Publications Coordinator will also support the publications subcommittees and journals/books editorial advisory boards/editors-in-chief with guidance from Senior Manager, Publications Operations and Managing Editor, and will provide editorial/administrative work in ScholarOne and NetForum as assigned to support journals, books, and tech papers.
AIAA’s purpose is to ignite and celebrate aerospace ingenuity and collaboration, and its importance to our way of life. AIAA is the world’s largest technical society dedicated to the global aerospace profession. We are comprised of individual and corporate members from around the world. AIAA carries forth a proud tradition of more than 80 years of aerospace leadership.
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AIAA offers a strong compensation package for this position, which includes base salary and a discretionary bonus. Our benefits are highly competitive and include medical, dental and vision insurance with dependent coverage; 403(b) plan with an employer contribution and match; generous paid leave and holiday schedule. AIAA has a Flexible Workplace, where staff work primarily remote, but are required to attend meetings in the office and collaborate in person as needed.
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