The Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI) implements the science program for the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) and will be the Science and Operations Center for the upcoming James Webb Space Telescope (JWST).
STScI celebrated its first 25 years in April 2006. Over more than two decades, STScI has been a part of an awe-inspiring history full of both challenges and triumphs; stewards of a groundbreaking observatory whose reputation will still be celebrated long after the telescope itself is gone.
Our tenure encompasses both the launch of HST and the start of NASA's next large observatory, JWST, putting us on the cutting-edge of astronomy into the foreseeable future.
The Operations & Engineering Division (OED) provides the expertise to develop, maintain and operate the systems used to conduct the science Mission.
- Engineers (Software / Hardware)
- Systems Integration and Testing
- Archive Operations
The Business Resource Center (BRC) provides administrative and professional business services for the Institute and our parent organization, the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy (AURA).
- Accounting / Finance
- Contracts / Grants
- Faciliteis / Administrative Support
The Instruments Division (INS) supervises functional assignments of individual scientists to each of the three Mission Offices and is responsible for establishing and developing expertise in its technical domain.
- Research Analyst/Scientist
- Instrument Support
- Astronomer / Scientist
The Information Technology Services Division (ITSD) leads the way in developing and deploying the Information Technology infrastructure that enables the scientific success of STScI, its observatories, and missions.
- Systems Administration
- Network Technician
- Developer / Technologist
The Program Management Office (PMO) has the responsibility, authority and accountability for the successful performance of the organization's operating budget and determines and controls the business model for the organization.
- Budget Analyst
- Program / Proposal Manager
- Application Developer
The Community Mission Office (CMO) provides support for all aspects of the mission and other facilities, including call for proposal, conducting peer review, facilitating planning and scheduling of observations, data processing and analysis, live archives and education and public outreach.
- Developer / Project Manager
The Science Missions Office (SMO) stands for the indivisibility of science and service at the Institute. The staff finds opportunities to promote science and research and guide our thinking and common values.
- Astronomer / Scientist
- Technical Coordinators
- Researcher / Post Doctoral Fellow
The Office of Public Outreach (OPO) shares the amazing discoveries of the Hubble Space Telescope with the public.
- Web / Multi-Media / Video Production
- Graphic Design / Illustration
- Science Writers / Curriculum Developer