"Honoring the Past and Inspiring the Future of Space Exploration."
— Cosmosphere Mission Statement
The Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center has a long-standing reputation of offering world-class activities and educational programs for patrons worldwide. The Cosmosphere is home to the only Smithsonian-affiliated museum in Kansas, housing three flown American space craft (Apollo 13 command module Odyssey, Liberty Bell 7 Mercury capsule, and Gemini X), a rare set of German "Vengeance" weapons (V-1 and V-2 bombs), a 109-foot Gemini Titan rocket and more.
To continue this tradition of excellence, the Cosmosphere relies on its employees to offer the best possible service in their related fields. The Cosmosphere is proud of its staff and always seeks to hire fun and energetic recruits in the fields of finance, marketing, restoration, education, curatorial, customer service and maintenance.
The Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center is a non-profit
organization dedicated to enhancing patrons' knowledge of space exploration.
Educating people from around the globe, the Cosmosphere features the Hall of
Space Museum, one of the most significant collections of U.S. and Russian space
artifacts in the world; the Justice Planetarium, a dome-shaped theater dedicated
to astronomy; Dr. Goddard's Lab, a live demonstration of early rocket technology;
the Carey Digital Dome Theater;
and summer astronaut training
For a list of available positions at the
Cosmosphere, please contact Human Resources Coordinator Karilynn Bogner at 800-397-0330, ext. 349 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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