Jobs Board

Cybersecurity Talent Initiative: Applications due Nov. 13

The nonpartisan, nonprofit, Partnership for Public Service is currently accepting applications to the Cybersecurity Talent Initiative, a unique cross-sector opportunity for students in cybersecurity and cybersecurity-related fields, including computer science, engineering, information science and mathematics. Learn more about our first cohort here. The deadline to submit an application is November 13.

Looking for Mobile Developer

Looking for a capable undergraduate student in developing a mobile application (IOS and Android) with a fellow USC student. The mobile application is a straightforward idea and should not take too much time. Must be able to discuss via Zoom or in-person in Columbia the idea. Will be compensated for your time upwards of $200 based on performance. Looking for someone to help brainstorm ideas and solve problems with it too. Contact information: gavinjc@email.sc.edu

AI/ML Job opportunity for 1 CSE Master student and 1 highly capable undergraduates

Requirements: 1) Must be US citizen( due to funding resource requirement) 2) Will work in the exciting area of Artificial intelligence & Machine learning for materials discovery with Dr. Jianjun Hu of Computer science and Dr. Ming Hu at Mechanical Engineering Lab link: http://mleg.cse.sc.edu/projects.html http://hu-lab.mystrikingly.com/ 3) For master students, it can be 20 hours/week for undergraduate, 10 hours/week 4) Stipend: based on performance, the Master student will be paid up to $5000/semester and the undergraduate will be paid up to $2000/semester. The total length is 1 year. 5) Check our super powerful GPU servers: http://mleg.cse.sc.edu/computers.html 6) You should have solid python programming skills 7) Machine learning and AI background are big plus. 8) Have great opportunity to publish good papers, great to your CV. 9) You can start ASAP if recruited. Interested? Send your CV and programming credentials such as github link to Dr. Hu at jianjunh@cse.sc.edu

Pathways to Professions Events

The Career Center is hosting two upcoming “Pathways to Professions” virtual events. These events are UofSC exclusive and will allow students to learn more about Vanguard (Wednesday, October 28th at 1:30) and Capgemini (Wednesday, November 11th at noon) and their internship / new graduate programs.

Undergraduate Honor Thesis Funding

I am looking for an undergraduate who would like to do their Honors thesis project on "Analyzing the Connection between Surface Freshwater Lenses and Hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico using Satellite Observations and Model simulations". I have funding to support this project for Spring and Summer 2021. Interested students must be a Junior/Senior Honors student and interested in Satellite Oceanographyocean modelling and an excellent programming experience with Matlab. Thanks, Subrahmanyam Bulusu, Ph.D Professor of Satellite Oceanography & Physical Oceanography Tel: (803)-777-2572 E-mail: sbulusu@geol.sc.edu http://satocean.geol.sc.edu

Homeland Security Professional Opportunities for Student Workforce to Experience Research (HS-POWER)

  • Are you a student looking for a professional opportunity to learn about homeland security related research to enhance your research interests and career goals?
  • Do you want to learn from top scientists and subject matter experts in homeland security disciplines and areas of research?
  • Do you want to network with your peers and members of the academic and scientific communities in government facilities conducting research in DHS relevant areas?
If you answered “Yes”, to the above questions, the HS-POWER program is for you! The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate Office of University Programs sponsors the Professional Opportunities for the Student Workforce to Experience Research Program (HS-POWER) for undergraduate and graduate students. HS-POWER is open to students majoring in a broad spectrum of homeland security related science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines as well as DHS mission-relevant research areas. Click Here to Apply

Web Developer for Tenet Wealth Management

Our firm is looking for developers with a strong understanding of javascript and basic web principles as well as familiarity with React or Angular. You will be working with other developers to create components for a user-facing web app that will be communicating with a RESTful API powered by the flask python library as well as a mySQL database. Familiarity with SQL, linux VPS, python (flask), and CSS is a plus but not required. This is a highly flexible job and we will work around any scheduling priorities you will have. There will be no projects with hard deadlines. Due to the current circumstances, working remotely is allowed however we will like to have the occasional in person meetings in downtown Columbia. If you feel like this job would be a good fit, please apply. If you do not know React/Angular, we still encourage you to apply if you have the discipline to learn independently. Apply at Handshake

Full-Stack Website Developer in Charlotte, NC at AutoAPR

About AutoAPR Founded by two University of South Carolina alumni, AutoAPR is a rapidly growing technology company specializing in the improvement of the online car shopping experience. Our software connects dealers and customers together, resulting in increased website conversions, customer engagement, and dealer success. Position Summary As a full-stack web developer, you will work across all areas of our technology department, from supporting specific customer requests that require programming to new product development. You will work with our Development Lead and the latest versions of ASP.NET Core and Angular to produce high-quality, scalable solutions by leveraging strong Object-Oriented Programming skills and Design Principles. To be successful, you must be able to take initiative, ownership, and solve difficult challenges with elegant solutions. This is a full-time, non-remote, permanent position. Must be local or willing to relocate to the Charlotte, North Carolina area. Employment Type: Full-Time Job Requirements
  • Demonstrable experience developing websites (internship, portfolio, etc.)
  • Deep understanding of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and cross-browser compatibility
  • Experience working on different business-to-business or customer-facing web applications or software applications, ideally in a small team
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Excellent communication skills (verbal, written, visual)
Pluses
  • Experience with ASP.NET Core, MVC, and C#
  • Angular 2+ and TypeScript
  • Entity Framework
  • SQL Server
Benefits
  • Work on a Modern Technology Stack (.NET Core, Angular, Azure)
  • Competitive Salary
  • Retirement Plan with Employer Contributions
  • Health Insurance Plans
  • Paid Time Off and Holidays
  • Normal Business Hours – No Nights or Weekends!
  • Adjustable Standing Desk & Informal Dress Code 
To apply, please email your resume to daniel.congrove@autoapr.com

BAE Systems Operations Leadership Development Program Information Session

Monday, October 5th 2020 4:00 pm EDT - 6:00 pm EDT Hosted by BAE Systems, Inc. Organized by Mary Coyne, Dave Gooding (BAE Systems, Inc.) Virtual Session The Operations Leadership Development Program (OLDP) at BAE Systems is currently recruiting graduating seniors for its next class to start in June of 2021. The OLDP is a full-time rotational program where members have the opportunity to participate in three different roles over the course of three years. These roles can span across any BAE Systems site within the Electronic Systems sector – locations include Austin, TX; Nashua, NH; Manassas, VA, and many more! WebEx Link: https://baefed.webex.com/baefed/onstage/g.php?MTID=eff2b6afccb3f7b28adb… Event number: 199 972 1527 Event password: OLDP More info: https://sc.joinhandshake.com/events/559870/share_preview

Join the Gamecock Math Club

I am writing to invite you to join the Gamecock Math Club, which is open to all UofSC students, and possibly Pi Mu Epsilon, which is the math honor society. We are a little later than usual getting the semester started, but I am very excited about our upcoming events. All our events will be remote for the fall semester. The first official PME/GMC event will be Initiation on Tuesday, September 29. Please consider joining the club! I have attached the full application for Fall 2020. Please email sanders@math.sc.edu with your application in addition to sending the hard copy and payment.

Student Mobile App or Backend Developer - AI Institute

Job Summary The student developer will get rich teamwork experience working on real-world problems and deployments at the Artificial Intelligence Institute (http://j.mp/UofSCAINews ). Skills required For Mobile App: Working knowledge some of the following
  • Android/IoS programming and SQLite
  • Alerts and Notifications, Async tasks
  • Background services
  • Material Design components
  • Storing and retrieval of data from SQLite database
  • Firebase cloud storage and integration to Android/IOS app
  • Integrating IoTs/sensors with the Android/IOS app
  • Knowledge of REST APIs, web services and token handling
  • Python basic.
For Backend or Full Stack: Working knowledge of some of the following
  • HTML, CSS, Javascript, Web App Framework (e.g., Django)
  • Programming languages and libraries: Java, Python,
  • Databases: SQL and/or NoSQL
  • Apache Storm, Kafka, Redis, Cloud computing (e.g., EC2)
  • Other Technologies/DevOps: Linux environment (esp. clusters), shell scripting, Version control using GitHub, Backbone/Marionette JS, Ansible, Docker
Expected hours per week: 15-20hrs Rate: $10 or more, based on experience If interested, contact Prof. Amit Sheth, amit@sc.edu

Volunteer at FEMMESHacks - Virtual Hackathon for High School Girls

I am the outreach chair of FEMMESHacks, a hackathon-inspired event for high school girls in the Raleigh-Durham area. FEMMESHacks is designed to introduce girls to technology and computer science and inspire them to pursue these fields! This year, we’re transitioning to a virtual event, and we would love to have volunteers from USC join us. We hope to expand our event to reach more participants in North Carolina and beyond. Here is the volunteer interest form: https://forms.gle/sMUpRNZZSiWRWBFD7 And our website: https://femmeshacks2020.wixsite.com/hacks

3 Positions at UofSC Research Computing

Position 1:

 

UofSC Research Computing is seeking an undergraduate to participate in a Deep Learning (DL) optimization and High Performance Computing (HPC) benchmarking project. The successful candidate will conduct work on state-of-art industry-level HPC clusters, high performance storage, and GPU accelerators. Duties will include setting up a benchmarking suite in a parallel cluster environment, building necessary libraries, writing shell scripts to build frameworks, and optimizing DL training models.

 

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

  • Experience with Linux administration, Bash shell scripts, and Python
  • Basic knowledge of Deep Learning
  • Good Mathematics background in Linear Algebra, Statistics
  • Good communication skills
  • Immediate availability is preferred

 

If interested, please send your resume to rc@sc.edu.

 

Position 2:

 

UofSC Research Computing is searching for an undergraduate to develop and maintain web content. The duties of the position will include communicating with staff members and collecting requirements, documenting development process, modernizing existing web content, creating new pages, and other duties as assigned. This position will be a unique opportunity to learn greater skills in web development and will offer a thorough introduction to Research Computing and High Performance Computing.

 

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

  • Experience with website programming
  • Experience with Content Management Systems
  • Knowledge of HTML 5.0, CSS, and JavaScript
  • Good communication skills
  • Immediate availability is preferred

 

If interested, please send your resume to rc@sc.edu.

 

Position 3:

 

UofSC Research Computing is seeking a student to take part in a research project involving Computer Vision and Deep Learning. The student will work closely with a diverse team of Computer Vision researchers, Information Scientists, and History researchers to analyze and optimize face detection techniques and implement computationally complex training models on High Performance Computing clusters.  This position provides an outstanding opportunity for a student to be working directly with researchers and subject matter experts on a variety of advanced topics.

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

  • Hands-on experience with Python, C/C++
  • Preferred courses: Linear Algebra, Computer Vision, Machine Learning
  • Knowledge of Deep Learning concepts
  • Highly self-motivated
  • Up to 20 hours per week during school year
  • Good communication skills

 

If interested, please send your resume to rc@sc.edu.

Looking for App Developer

Looking for student intern to develop app for manufacturing company to track company’s daily production status App requirements: Use on iPhones and iPads Push notifications Ability to export data to computer or cloud Applicant Requirements: Must have experience with creating apps Have a shareable portfolio Must sign non-disclosure agreement (company production processes are confidential) If you meet the qualifications and would like to learn more information, please email Erika.krueger@weylchem.com

CDH on-campus Student Internships

As most of you know, the Center for Digital Humanities each years seeks to hire talented young CS students or students in other majors with comparable skills for its projects. I’m writing to ask you all for referrals of students you have been particularly impressed with or have heard about. Internships are typically 10 hours per week. Under the COVID circumstances, work may be done remotely. We have openings on at least two projects, with prospects for several kinds of work:
  • Full stack web development
  • Computer animation
  • Data analytics, text mining
  • Databases
  • Systems administration
Ideal candidates would be as follows:
  • Freshmen or sophomores (so they will be around USC long enough to work on a project for 2+ years)
  • Have completed at least CSCE 145-146 or equivalent
  • (Preferred but not required:) Ideally have completed the short UNIX course or have equivalent knowledge
  • (Preferred but not required:) Ideally have completed CSCE 240 (though I realize that many students take this as juniors)
Colin F. Wilder Assistant Professor, Department of History Associate Director, Center for Digital Humanities (cdhsc.org) Technical Director, Victorian Lives and Letters Consortium (vllc.org) University of South Carolina wildercf@mailbox.sc.edu colinwilder.professional@gmail.com