Jobs Board

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 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: 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:  

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

Apply Here

IBM Z Ambassador invitation

As part of our Your Big Year program, we're inviting UofSC computer science or related technical fields students to the IBM Z's Ambassador program a leadership and technical skills program with career opportunities with IBM and their clients. We're expanding our program to more universities in the U.S., and I thought this could be an ideal opportunity for UofSC.

Opportunities at Morgan Stanley for Computer Science Majors

This year’s event is around Code to Give hackaton – a virtual competition where students will compete in teams to build creative technology solutions to address challenges faced by our nonprofit partners. The following link, Careers Event Details | Morgan Stanley, provides additional information about the program, consideration for acceptance and registration details. This event is targeting specifically Southeastern Universities, with a potential hire in our Alpharetta, Georgia location.

Maryam Arakelian, Executive Director    Morgan Stanley | ENTERPRISE TECH & SERVICES

Department of Energy Omni Technology Alliance Internship Program accepting applications now!

Stipends starting at $750 per week 

The DOE Omni Technology Alliance Internship Program provides paid 10-week summer internships for up to three consecutive summers for talented undergraduate and graduate students in Cybersecurity, Information Technology, and other related fields. Interns will hold appointments at DOE national laboratories, Power Marketing Administrations (PMAs), plants, DOE Headquarters, and other approved sites. Interns will receive hands-on experience in an immersive environment that provides them with an understanding of the mission, operations, and culture of DOE. Moreover, interns will be mentored by leading scientists, engineers, and other top professionals to address cybersecurity and information technology challenges while gaining valuable, real-world experience to complement their education and open opportunities for careers within the federal government.

2021-Student and Recent Graduate Opportunities at a Glance.pdf


Software Development Engineer at Lexington Medical Center

Rated as one of the Top 25 Best Hospitals to Work for in the U.S., the heart of LMC is our 557-bed modern state-of-the-art facility. Winning the prestigious, "Summit Award" from Press Ganey for outstanding patient satisfaction, "Consumer Choice Award" from the National Research Corporation, all contributing to our reputation for giving our patients the highest quality care.  Lexington Medical Center was voted one of South Carolina’s “Best Places to Work” for 2019!

We are located in heart of the Midlands, right outside of Columbia, SC, and one of the most successful integrated healthcare systems in the Southeast. As the third largest employer in the Midlands, we invite you to be a part of our ongoing success and join our LMC Family.

Job Summary

Develop and maintain robust, scalable, dynamic web-based and console-based solutions and applications that support business strategy and requirements and solve business problems. Requires full technical knowledge of relational database and understanding and proficiency in Object-oriented programming.


More details and apply here.

Sigma Omega Upsilon: International Business Fraternity

My name is Jessica Goddard and I am a member of my professional fraternity, Sigma Omega Upsilon. Our spring recruitment starts next Sunday and I am reaching out to see if you could share some information about this unique opportunity to the Computer Science & Engineering students.

Although we are a professional business fraternity, over a third of our brothers are non-business majors, including myself (I am a junior Public Health major). Our aim as an organization is to develop our members professionally so that no matter what career field they want to enter, they have the professional skills to succeed.

See this video clip and visit for information on how to apply.

Web Developer for The Nerve

My name is Bryce Fiedler. I'm the senior researcher at the South Carolina Policy Council, a nonpartisan research organization located here in Columbia. We also run an investigative news website called The Nerve. We are in the process of redesigning The Nerve website and are wondering if any computer science/web development students would be interested in helping with this project. 

Students would be paid $15 an hour and work under the supervision of The Nerve Editor, Rick Brundrett. We would like to find someone for this project as soon as possible. 

Bryce Fiedler
Senior Policy Analyst
SC Policy Council

Django Developer Needed

Wanted: An experienced website developer to get a business website back up and running on DigitalOcean. Files are Python and Django built by SQlite. Send resume and recent references to
Thank you, Arlene Marturano

DoD Cyber Scholarship Program (DoD CySP) 

Now Accepting Applications for the 2022-2023 school year

Applications are due on February 1st, 2022

UofSC students, enrolled in Computer Science and Engineering programs, with focus on cybersecurity and related disciplines, are eligible to apply for the DoD CySP.  The motivation for the program and application information are provided at the DoD CySP website: 

"Given our increasing reliance on cybersecurity, information technology (IT), the growing threats to information, and information systems and infrastructures, it is critical that the Department of Defense (DoD) protect itself. To do so, the DoD must be staffed with technically savvy personnel. To help achieve this task, the DoD Cyber Scholarship Program (DoD CySP) was established. The DoD CySP is sponsored by the DoD Chief Information Office and administered by the National Security Agency (NSA). The objectives of the program are to promote higher education in all disciplines of cybersecurity, to enhance the Department’s ability to recruit and retain cyber and IT specialists, to increase the number of military and civilian personnel in the DoD with this expertise, and ultimately, to enhance the nation’s cyber posture.

Recruitment Scholarships (Non-DoD Employees):

As a recruitment tool, the DoD CySP sponsors students who currently are not DoD or government employees who are enrolled in or applying to universities designated as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cybersecurity. Following graduation, students are eligible for full-time employment with various components and agencies across the DoD. Students are required to work for the DoD a minimum of one year for each year of scholarship support they receive. " (source: DoD Cyber Scholarship Program,  )

This solicitation document gives a short overview of the scholarship eligibility requirements, scholars' obligation, and the application process.  If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Farkas at 

Undergraduate and Graduate Research Assistants: Software Developer  

The research assistants will serve as a developer to develop data science platforms and enable them through the web portal as SaaS and work at least 10 hours per week. The range of the compensation would be from $13.00 to $20.00 per hour. Based on the RA performance, it is possible to renew the contract for Summer and Fall 2022. 

This is an excellent opportunity for a student interested in gaining experience working on real-world applications. Responsibilities will be developing web portal components including front-end or back-end ones, providing a weekly report, and maintaining programs as needed. The successful candidate must be currently enrolled as a student at UofSC and possess expertise in at least one of the programming languages, such as JavaScript, Python, Swift, and Java. 

Please send me an email to Dr. Karami at and attach your unofficial transcript and CV. For full consideration, please mention the job title “RA Software Developer” in the subject line of your email and answer the following questions in your email. 

1)     Major: 

2)     GPA: 

3)     When did you join USC? 

4)     Graduation Date: 

5)     Which programming language do you know? What is your level? For example, Intermediate JavaScript