Opportunities for EECS Students and Alumni
EECS Jobs Board
This resource serves to point our students and alumni to jobs, internships, and hiring events that are posted at McCormickConnect or CareerCat in the fields of EE, CS, and CE. We cannot post a job here that has not first been posted there.
So, if you are an employer, head to "How to post a job or internship opportunity on the EECS Jobs Board." Thanks!
DISCO International, organizer of the largest job fair for Japanese-English bilingual students, will be holding the fourth annual 2014 Asian Bilingual Career Forum on November 7-9. The selected world-class companies from a diverse range of industries will be recruiting Asian-English bilinguals seeking employment In areas of Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, and Computer Science majors.
A NU junior at WCAS needs a coder to assist in the development of a new website that will serve as a NU student-to/for-student business. The WCAS student is strong in marketing, development, and business relations expertise, but lacks the coding expertise needed to finish the project.
The Laboratory of Quantitative Imaging Informatics at Stanford University is recruiting a Postdoctoral Fellow. The Laboratory, led by Dr. Daniel Rubin in the Departments of Radiology and Medicine (Biomedical Informatics Research), focuses on cutting‐edge research at the intersection of imaging science and biomedical informatics, integrating and analyzing imaging data with clinical and molecular information to discover the molecular basis for disease, and to use this knowledge to create translational applications that will transform medical care.
Attention CS/CE students looking for Full-Time positions! Shmoop University located in Mountain View, CA, is currently looking to hire up to 10 new Full-Time engineers - particularly front-end developers.
Experience is certainly desirable, but they'd love to hear from any student with a strong background in CS that is capable of learning quickly.
Seenubble, a new dating website headquartered in Chicago, has a position opening for someone that knows HTML and has the skill to develop a multi-functional smartphone application.
Stanford University School of Medicine has an opening for a Postdoctoral Fellowship in medical image analysis and machine learning, within the Department of Radiation Oncology.
Prof. Ruijiang Li's group focuses on cutting‐edge research at the intersection of imaging science and biomedical informatics. They are developing quantitative imaging biomarkers for cancer prognosis and prediction of response to cancer therapy. They analyze and integrate imaging data with clinical and/or molecular information, with the goal of discovering the molecular basis of cancer and transforming clinical care through translational research.
JP Morgan has organized the following joint events for Investment Banking, Sales, Trading, and Research, to attract students who are interested in starting their career in Asia and are graduating in 2016, i.e., next year’s summer intern candidates.
Inside the Industry: July 7 (Mon) at 27/F Chater House, 2pm to 6:30pm
LiveTalk: August 26 (for US students) and September 16 (for UK students) via webinar.
Root3 is a hi-tech company that makes real-time software for industrial and commercial energy efficiency. Their software, Balance, is being used for efficient energy operations at some of the largest universities, airports, and manufacturing plants in the US.
Balance addresses a very high impact need for large industrial and commercial customers and to handle the growth of the business, they are looking to add another Systems Engineer to our core team to help with the development, tuning, and deployment of Balance.
A graduate student studying economics, is in need of a programmer. The student is working on a project for which there is a need for data to be found online. The student needs someone that can write a program/code to mine data. The position will pay a negotiable rate.
Prana Diabetes, a Chicago startup, is looking for a summer intern to help build mobile application for diabetes self management. The work combines exciting modern technologies with a positive social impact. The position is available immediately for summer 2014.
Apply today, to take part in researching and planning routes for both self-guided and live campus walking tours for Northwestern’s new employees with this part time summer position. Initially working with a member of the Human Resources Learning & Organization Development team, the ideal candidate would mostly work on their own to research and write-up information, facts, etc. about various “hot spots” on campus (think Shakespeare Garden).
An International Undergraduate Student Intern is looking for a room to rent. The Intern is male and needs the room from NOW until September 6th, 2014.
The NU Office of Undergraduate Engineering's Tech Tutoring Program is now accepting applications for the 2014-2015 academic year. They are looking to hire hourly tutors for our undergraduate tutoring program and would like to invite current and incoming PhD and Masters students to participate. This is a particularly great opportunity for full time TGS Master’s students.
Prof. Karen Alter, in the Department of Political Science, is seeking a computer science student for hourly work (30-50 hours over 3 weeks) to write small programs (scripts) that can collect material from Wikipedia, using the API and web scraping techniques
The Data Incubator is an intensive six-week bootcamp that prepares postdocs and PhDs in STEM + social science fields seeking industry careers as data scientists. In response to the overwhelming interest in the summer session, there will be an expanded fall postdoc bootcamp.
Fresenius Kabi is hiring a Software Engineer & an R&D Engineer.
The company is a leading global health care company that focuses on medicines and medical devices used to care for critically and chronically ill patients.
Retia Medical, LLC is a start-up digital health company with venture backing from the Pritzker-Vlock family office. Their patented software algorithms extract advanced intelligence about a patient’s cardiovascular status using common, non-invasive sensors.
Apply today for The Fulbright U.S. Student Program! The program funds international research in all fields for up to 10 months. English teaching opportunities are also available for applicants with experience and interest in teaching.
Campus deadline is Sept. 8th, 2014@ 12:00 noon.