Jobs Board

Digital Humanities Call for Projects

If you have an idea for a digital humanities or computational research project that would benefit from staff support, please fill out the survey here by early August at the latest. The Humanities Collaborative is generously supporting two part-time student positions at 10hrs/wk for AY 2022-23 to assist with digital projects under the supervision of Kate Boyd and Amie Freeman. 

Configuration Specialist at WorkPlace Solutions

We are looking for a qualified candidate to support our Information Technology Department. Your main responsibility will be to assist with the set up and management of enrollment and benefit administration systems for clients.

Please email resume to resume@wpsbenefits.com

Duties include, but not limited to:

  • Analyze client-defined business rules and configure software system appropriately
  • Work closely with HR Managers, brokers, and Account Managers to set up online implementation of benefit plans, voluntary products, and employee data
  • Compile employee census information and prepare it for upload
  • Prioritize and manage multiple cases simultaneously so that client satisfaction is maintained
  • Provide guidance to clients or service partners on integration strategies
  • Consistently and accurately test all benefit plan designs, eligibility rules and client requirements to support high levels of customer satisfaction
  • Balance competing priorities and multiple projects
  • Provide data management services for clients and carriers
  • Assist with file audits and managing discrepancies
  • Consistently maintain security and confidentiality of all client data per company policy and HIPAA requirements.
  • Work effectively with frequent interruptions.

Job Skills Required:

  • Selerix BenSelect experience highly preferred
  • Benefits Administration experience highly preferred
  • Thorough knowledge of Microsoft Windows and general PC technology
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications, including Excel, Word, and Access.
  • Ability to analyze and solve technical problems
  • Ability to balance competing priorities on multiple projects, excellent project management skills
  • JavaScript experience a plus

Job Type: Full-time

CDCA's 2022 Summer Internship Program Offerings

The Charleston Defense Contractors Association (CDCA) is kicking off our 2022 Summer Internship Program. The internship program is designed to promote workforce development and growth of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) initiative within the Defense Industry in the Charleston metro area.

See this flyer for more information.

Student applicants must be a Citizen of the United States of America.

If students are interested in one of the seven (7) intern positions, they will need to contact the “Point of Contact” associated with that position on the flyer for an interview.

Once a match is made between one of the companies listed and the student, then the company will apply for the internship with the CDCA NLT 30 May 2022.

IBM Internship

I have an internship opportunity in my team for duration of 6 months (can be adjust if needed) and looking for candidates from Computer Science department enrolled in graduate and undergraduate program with C/C++ skill set. Preference would be given to those who are planning to graduate not before December 2022. There is high potential to convert internship to full time job at the end of program.

Ashok Kumar Senior Manager, Db2 Development IBM Data and AI Phone: +1-650-339-9679 E-mail: ashokku@us.ibm.com

Develop Carolina Fellowship Program applications are open

Develop Carolina is a six-month, paid fellowship program that pairs new software developers with on-the-job training, mentorship and support. Fellows are asked to go through a self-assessment and interview process, after which they are paired with a host company and a mentor. During the six-month fellowship, they spend about two days a week on continuing education with their cohort of fellows, and the other three days a week working within their host company. By the end of the fellowship, participants have a holistic understanding of how software is made and certified, real-world experience contributing to a development team. 

Postdoc position at Priairie View A&M University

Priairie View A&M University the Center of Excellence for Communication Systems Technology Research (CECSTR) is looking for postdocs on research fields such as Signal/image/video processing, Communication systems, Broadband communication systems, AI/ML, Mixed Signal Systems, Edge Computing, Information Security, etc. The contact is:

Prof. Cajetan M. Akujuobi, Ph.D.E.E., P.E., M.B.A., F.I.A.A.M.
Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering
936-261-1668 (Office)
936-261-9991 (Direct)
832-375-9893 (Cell)
cmakujuobi@pvamu.edu.

Instructor: UofSC CSE Department

Instructors will be required to teach courses in computer science and engineering, which may include computer programming (Python, Java, C++), web programming (HTML, CSS, JavaScript), computer engineering (architecture, embedded systems, advanced digital logic), data structures and algorithms, databases, operating systems, networks, computer security, software engineering, and capstone courses. Duties could also include teaching computer science and computer engineering courses to high ability students in the South Carolina Honors College. Additional duties outside of the classroom will include participation in student engagement activities such as student advising and recruitment.

Required Education and Experience    
Minimum requirements are a Master’s degree in computer science or a closely related field by the beginning date of employment and a commitment to excellence in teaching.

Preferred Qualifications    
Master’s degree in computer science or a closely related field and a commitment to excellence in teaching.

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Writing Intern: University of South Carolina College of Engineering and Computing

Pay: $10 per hour

Hours: 10-20 hours a week between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday

Time frame: Flexible start date (as early as May 9); Must be available for Summer 2022

Position Summary: Working as part of the College of Engineering and Computing’s Communications Office, the writing intern will create written content aligned with the college’s strategic content plan. This will include a variety of assignments, such as news releases and articles, student and faculty spotlights and research features. The writing intern may also be asked to do internal and external marketing writing for newsletters and brochures. While most of intern’s time will be spent writing, they will also have the opportunity to take headshots and other photo assignments and create digital storytelling through social media platforms, if interested and capable.

What interns receive through the position: Past interns have been able to build their writing portfolios with published work that they create in their time at the CEC. They have been exposed to feature writing and advanced storytelling.

Preferred qualifications:

  • Rising sophomore, junior or senior at the University of South Carolina
  • Some journalistic or writing experience
  • A history of published written content
  • Basic knowledge of photography
  • Proficiency with AP style

To apply, send to rkmyers@mailbox.sc.edu:

  • Resume
  • Two written works (published or unpublished)
  • Contact information for two professional references with knowledge of student’s writing skills

Please send all applications to Rachel Myers (rkmyers@cec.sc.edu).

CS Faculty Position at the University of Mount Union

The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at the University of Mount Union invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Computer Science or a Visiting Professor of Computer Science, to begin August 1, 2022.  The successful candidate will be expected to teach specific courses in the computer science curriculum, including, but not limited to:  Computer Networks, Operating Systems, Database Theory/Implementation, and Intermediate Programming, along with other courses of interest such as Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence and Mobile Device Programming.

First and foremost, a successful candidate for this position must be passionate about undergraduate computer science education.  Excellence in teaching is an absolute requirement for the position; additional expectations of the candidate include professional development and scholarly activity, and service to the Department, the University, and the greater community.

A Ph.D. in Computer Science or a closely-related discipline is required; ABD may be considered.  Previous online teaching experience will be viewed favorably.  We look forward to learning how the applicant's experience in, or future plans for, teaching, scholarship and service would support Mount Union’s commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion and access.

Mount Union is a small, private, teaching-focused University located in Alliance OH, which is in the Northeastern part of the state, approximately 15 miles east of Canton OH, and one hour south of Cleveland.

Candidates should provide a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy and contact information for three professional references to the Computer Science Assistant Professor Search Committee.  Electronic applications are required and can be submitted online Please direct any questions to the search committee chair, Prof. Blase Cindric, at cindricbb@mountunion.edu.  Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

University Housing Technology Services

We are once again taking applications for a student worker position within University Housing Technology Services.  The job is posted on Handshake and this is preferred method for students to apply.  They just need to search “University Housing Technology Services Student Employee”

Undergraduate Research Assistant with Professor Sur

Professor Sur at the CSE department is looking for undergraduate researchers for multiple exciting projects on 5G and 6G networking, wireless health monitoring, autonomous cars and drones, mobile physical security, etc., funded by the National Science Foundations, Texas Instruments, and USC ASPIRE. This is a paid position. Please see the attached flyer for more details.

Here are a few links related to the projects:

Students working with Professor Sur have been recognized nationally and internationally for their research projects with numerous awards and fellowships, including Magellan Scholar Awards from the USC VPR office, IEEE MTT-S Undergraduate Fellowship, Best Poster Award, Best Poster Runner-Up Award, and Best Poster Honorable Mention.

If you are interested, please contact sur@cse.sc.edu with your CV, background, and research interests.

Software Development Engineer at Nephron Pharmaceuticals Corporation

This position is on-site at Nephron Pharmaceuticals Corporation, West Columbia, SC. Students are encouraged to apply through this link: https://recruiting.paylocity.com/Recruiting/Jobs/Details/953132. Successful applicants are expected to:

  • Have a good understanding of Web App frameworks, such as React and Next.js.
  • Have proficiency in querying and manipulating databases using SQL-like languages.
  • Work with programming languages such as Golang, JavaScript, and Python.
  • Be able to work with Linux and Git.
  • Have strong analytical and problem-solving abilities.

Physical Therapy Department Looking for Undergrad and Graduate Assistants

Our team has developed a patented, prototype floor vibration monitoring system that can detect human falls and collect gait information, localizing and estimating the force of each fall or footstep using only the structural vibrations caused by the action. The Physical Therapy Department in the USC Arnold School of Public Health seeks a graduate research assistant and an undergraduate research assistant to join the interdisciplinary team in research and development.

Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science, Wake Forest University

The Department of Computer Science at Wake Forest University invites applications for a one-year visiting position to begin in July 2022. We are seeking candidates with strong interest in engaged undergraduate teaching. If funding is available, and contingent on the outcome of a first year review, a one-year extension could be possible.

Completion of a PhD in Computer Science or a closely related field prior to or within 6 months of the date of hire is preferred, although candidates with an MS in Computer Science or a closely related field may be considered. The position title, Visiting Assistant Professor or Visiting Instructor, will be dependent on the candidate’s terminal degree status. The expected teaching load is three courses a semester, with the primary responsibility of the post being teaching of introductory and core courses. Opportunities may also exist to teach electives related to the candidate’s area of expertise and to access departmental funding for professional development.

There are currently thirteen full-time faculty members and approximately 150 declared (junior and senior) majors and 80 declared minors within the Department. Additional information about the Department is available at: http://college.wfu.edu/cs  

Applications will be accepted until March 1, 2022, with review of applications beginning immediately. Inquiries about the position or Department can be directed to Dr. William Turkett (Chair of Computer Science) at turketwh@wfu.edu.

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