All on-campus and off-campus positions will be advertised for at least four weeks. Students should also refer to the UI's Student Information and Employment Assistance webpage for other job information. If you represent a company and would like to post a job offering, please contact Allison Rockwell.

Current Opportunities

Part-Time Jobs

  • Professor Harata, Carver College of Medicine, seeks a motivated undergraduate student who is enthusiastic about data analysis in neuroscience research of his lab. Specifically, they are seeking a student who will apply quantitative analysis and digital signal processing. Background knowledge of neuroscience is advantageous but it is not absolutely required. Time Commitment: A minimum effort of 10 hours per week during the semester will be expected. Full-time availability during long breaks is strongly encouraged. Generally, the work is performed Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. We are located in the Bowen Science Building (BSB), but the communication and the work will be performed online during the COVID-19 pandemic. Compensation: Volunteer or Academic Credit. Start Date and Timeline: Immediately. Full job description here. [2/24/2021]
  • Get hands on experience managing AD, Windows 10, Office365, Exchange, Skype/Teams, and many more technologies.  The University of Iowa Center for Advancement (UICA) is seeking to fill "IT Help Desk Clerk - Student" position at its sitethis position should also be available on Handshake.

    Job Category: Student | Requisition Number: ITASS001324 | HOURS PER WEEK: Must be available to work a minimum of 12 hours per week. Flexible hours working around your school schedule, between 8:00am - 5:00pm M-F, with occasionally nights and weekends. Can work up to 40 hours per week during breaks and summer. START DATE:  This position begins in August, continuing through the academic school year, and may continue up until graduation. QUALIFICATIONS:  Must be a currently enrolled University of Iowa student (full-time; minimum 12 credit hours). Up to one year of work-related experience and familiarity with computer equipment is preferred. Applicant should have some experience installing/upgrading/removing software programs in a windows environment. DESCRIPTION: The University of Iowa Center for Advancement is looking for a student who is interested in assisting with Help Desk support for 260 employees within the Levitt Center, Advancement Services Building, and remote users. This position provides general desktop support, primarily for a windows desktop environment.  Will be responsible for answering Help Desk phones and using ticketing software to track and resolve incident reports.  Additional duties include: Installing/upgrading drivers such as for printers, scanners, or other desktop devices; installing, configuring, and maintaining desktop and network printers; fixing virus and malware-related issued for users; providing support for web browser and Office365 applications; building and deploying images on desktop computers; assisting with set-up and installation, equipment inventory, system cabling, and repair of computer equipment. [8/5/2021]

Full-Time Jobs

  • UI CEE|ECE|IIHR's Ibrahim Demir is looking for a full-stack web developer for a new project. Please see job duties and qualifications at uiowa.referrals.selectminds.com/jobs/application-developer-specified-term-10677. Please contact him with any questions. [2/25/2021]

  • Jeremy Cline is seeking a full stack developer to further develop a multiplayer webRTC application. Assignment will include integrating elements of a Canvas 2D game engine with webRTC functionality for use in a digital performing arts startup. The final product will be a multiplayer experience where users start video/audio communication based on their location within the 2D canvas. The tasks include using an NPM package to communicate with the hosted media server (implemented with Janus) to subscribe programmatically to webRTC data channels. The application framework has already been put into place using Svelte, Javascript, and Snowpack bundler. Essential skills for this assignment include Javascript, Svelte, and some knowledge of webRTC. This is a short-term contract representing about one month of full-time work, however, there is the possibility of continuing work on a project-by-project basis with our company. Payment will be commensurate with experience. Interested applicants should contact Mr. Cline at jeremystevencline@gmail.com. [6/22/2021]

  • Visiting Research Programmer, Fisheries Web Application Development (Remote/Hybrid Options Available) Illinois Natural History Survey | Prairie Research Institute | University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: The Illinois Natural History Survey is seeking to hire a Visiting Research Programmer in the area of Fisheries Web Application Development to provide fisheries data analysis and visualization, computational programming, and support for product development for the I Fish Illinois Data Portal and I Fish Illinois website, and related fisheries research studies.  This position will be located in Champaign, IL. Please visit jobs.illinois.edu/academic-job-board/job-details?jobID=148359&job=visiting-research-programmer-fisheries-web-application-development-148359 for further information regarding application procedures, or you may contact Amber Hall at amberh@illinois.edu.  Application deadline is September 10, 2021. Starting salary is $75,000, fully-remote or hybrid work options may be available. The U of I is an EEO Employer/Vet/Disabled go.illinois.edu/EEO that participates in the federal e-Verify program and participates in a background check program focused on prior criminal or sexual misconduct history[8/25/2021]

Internships & Co-Ops

  • Sprayer Mods is seeking undergraduate students with skills in python, numpy, data science, or circuits for Fall/Spring internship. Intern will assist designers in creating high-quality machine vision models. Internship will be paid, with pay depending on skills and previous experience. Interested applicants can send their resume to Holly Bennett, CTO, holly@sprayermods.com [7/7/2021]

Fellowships/Institutes/Workshops

  • Professor Hourcade is looking for computer science undergraduate students to work as research assistants starting in March 2021 and through summer, fall, and spring for an NSF-funded project. Requirements include having already taken CS:2230 (CS II). The work involves front and back-end web development using AWS and databases. Experience with HTML/JavaScript is necessary. Experience with AWS, Node.js, and databases is a plus. Work will not exceed 20 hours a week. Pay is $18.49 an hour. You must be planning to graduate on or after the spring of 2022. If interested, please email Prof. Hourcade at juanpablo-hourcade@uiowa.edu and attach your resume and a copy of your unofficial transcript. [2/8/2021]

Ongoing Opportunities

Regional companies, including Collins, Deere & Co., Pearson, and State Farm, seek UI CS students nearly every year. Please contact the Department to find out more about such opportunities.

Part-Time Jobs

  • Student Life Marketing + Design (M+D) is hiring talented and enthusiastic web developers to work on exciting and challenging new projects and web applications for the Division of Student Life and other clients on campus. More details here and at M+D website. [11/25/19; ongoing]

Full-Time Jobs

Internships & Co-Ops

  • ACT offers an internship program (Scroll down to "Summer Internship Program"). If you have questions, please contact Mark Steckel, Data Management (319-341-2983): [ongoing]
  • City Internships provides structured Global Internship Programs for students seeking to gain experience in banking and financial services, art, fashion and design, marketing, advertising and PR, consulting and professional services, entertainment, media and journalism, law and politics and lastly, technology and engineering. Applications to the global internship programs in London, Paris, New York, Boston, Washington D.C., Miami, Chicago, Austin, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sydney & Hong Kong., can be submitted now via city-internships.com/apply." If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Lewis Talbot, Global Program Director. Students can book a slot to talk to the Student Experience Team. [ongoing]
  • Garmin often has software engineer intern positions. If interested, please apply at careers-us.garmin.com/us/en and upload your resume and unofficial transcript. Please look under "Off-Campus Jobs" for details on full-time position also available. [ongoing]
  • The Uncubed x IBM Fast-Track has is the latest partnership from The Cognitive Computing Odyssey, this time to help fast-track students through the internship and full-time application process (full list of available roles here). Students who apply and advance will have a point of contact they can always reach out to if they have any questions. [ongoing]
  • Intel Corporation actively accepts applications for Internships and New Grad opportunities. They are looking for someone to help them develop web-based tools for global public health decision support. More info on this broad range of BS, MS and PhD opportunities here. [ongoing]
  • John Deere advertises for IT intern positions. Here is a job description and directions on how to apply. If you have questions about the position, you can email Scott Valleroy. To be considered, students are required to create an online profile and apply through Deere's website. [ongoing]
  • MathWorks has the following student job opening: On Campus Position (Iowa City, Iowa)  MATLAB Student Ambassador [ongoing]

Fellowships/Institutes/Workshops

  • The Institute for Broadening Participation (IBP) offers Paid Summer Research Programs. Most programs offer both a stipend and housing and travel support. Programs range across all STEM disciplines and all areas of the country! 570+ programs for undergraduates | 60+ programs for graduate students. Use advanced search page to filter programs by multiple criteria. Contact them with your level of study and disciplinary interests for help finding a program: ldetrick@ibparticipation.org [ongoing]
  • The Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship, now offered in Georgia, Indiana and New Jersey, recruits current seniors, recent grads, and alumni with backgrounds in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) to teach in high-need schools. As a WW Teaching Fellow, you will have extraordinary opportunities: innovative, world-class teacher preparation, a full school year of experience in real-world classrooms, and ongoing mentoring support. In addition, Fellows receive a generous stipend ($30,000-32,000) to complete a master's degree program. [ongoing]