Job Postings

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 Catherine Till.


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Part-Time Jobs

  • Graduate Student Teaching Assistantships: Spring 2020
  • Apply to become a computer science tutor.
  • The Department of Physics and Astronomy is hiring a student this year to work on software and hardware for a spectrometer for the Van Allen Observatories. [8/27/19]

  • The Public Policy Center, a research center at the University of Iowa, is looking for a student web developer to work on new and existing websites and web applications. Hours are flexible. 5–20 hours a week during the school year with more hours possible during the summer. Pay is $15/hour. Required Qualifications: Proficient with HTML & CSS | Experience with Javascript | Basic experience with PHP Desired Qualifications: Experience using Git | Experience with Drupal and/or Wordpress content management systems | Familiarity with Node.js | Familiarity with Continuous Integration | Database experience. Apply online [10/9/19]

  • Turquoise Trucking, a small trucking company out of Cedar Rapids, is looking for general IT help to: update their website; prepare weekly social media posts for Facebook, Instagram, etc.; update and maintain the office network system, between computers and printers; renew hardware, if needed; and consult on ways to be more up-to-date. For some parts of the job, the person will need to travel to Cedar Rapids.  The job is expected to be a few hours per week; compensation will be $17/hour. If interested, please send your resume to career@turquoisetruck.com. [9/25/19]

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Full-Time Jobs

  • AppleOne Technical Staffing has an immediate Help Desk Opportunity in Des Moines, IA. An Enterprise size, Fortune 500 company specializing in the insurance industry is looking for a degreed entry-level professional to join their team as a Help Desk Support Specialist. Requirements: Experience working with ticketing software | Intermediate technical PC skills including knowledge of operating systems, networking, and/or hardware required | Flexible Schedule and strong communication skills. Interested? Send your resume to Cira Kohler, Recruiting Associate. [10/28/19]

  • Pear Deck, a five-year-old funded startup headquartered in Iowa City, IA, seeks a Senior Software Engineer to be responsible for code quality and consistency on various product team projects. Job description here. [5/3/19]

  • Schneider Electric is looking for a Software DeveloperDepartment: Software Innovation Center, Data Center Software Solutions, Digital Energy | Location: Remote | Travel: Potential travel to Chicagoland area and/or Boston | Example Job Details: Create custom applications for customers to integrate corporate or third party applications together; Connect to different APIs, databases to push/pull data; Create custom dashboards/websites for customer which pull from data sources and display desired data/metrics. One may contact Brian Keen, PMP, with questions. [10/14/19]

Internships & Co-Ops

  • ACTNext is seeking a summer 2020 Software Engineer InternWork-related activities include: Prototyping solutions while closely working with the software development team | Collaborate with team members in design/architecture discussions | Participating in regular update meetings with supervisor(s) | Assist and research on the software solutions and technologies | Delivering technical/status reports and presentations. Education: Currently enrolled and pursing an undergraduate degree in Computer Science. [10/15/19]

  • ETS seeks 2020 Summer Interns in NLP (Claim DetectionAutomated Writing). Job Location: Princeton, NJ Starting Date: June 1, 2020. [11/18/19]

  • Global Atlantic Financial Group is seeking Infrastructure Operations and Automation Engineer Interns in their Des Moines, IA office for the summer of 2020, specifically June 1 to August 7th. They are reviewing December 2020 and May 2021 graduates. [10/29/19]

  • Principal is looking for Software Engineering interns to solve problems by gathering user requirements, defining systems functionalities, and developing testable code in various languages. You will aid in improving operations, documenting and demonstrating solutions, and ensuring software is updated and secure. You will learn how to design and develop software and systems that meet user needs and comply with project and industry standards. Our IT internship program offers opportunities for 85+ IT interns and has a strong reputation with over 20 years of history. You’ll work on real projects with a range of team members, including other interns through senior level management. We'll place you in a role customized to your expertise and interests, all while working in a collaborative Agile team environment.  This is an excellent opportunity to understand and learn more about Principal’s IT Engineering culture! You can also look forward to a four-day, non-stop Code Jam where you’ll get creative free rein to develop a technical solution that will be pitched to a multinational corporation for a real, live business need. Code Jam fosters a highly collaborative work environment: innovation meets over-caffeination while you put your coding skills to work. Check out #PFGCodeJam on Twitter to see tweets from last year’s event. Qualifications: Current enrollment or has a degree in an accredited program of study related to IT, engineering, or other correlated areas (ex: computer science, MIS, engineering, etc.) | Minimum 2.8 Cumulative GPA | Involvement in your community | Exceptional communication and organizational skills | Strong work ethic | A passion for technology and solving problems | Preferred Qualifications: Intermediate Level Programming Skills (Java, .Net, etc.) | Leadership positions within student, work or community organizations | Past IT internship or work experience [11/18/19]

  • The Uncubed x IBM 2020 Fast-Track has is the latest partnership from The Cognitive Computing Odyssey, this time to help fast-track students through the 2020 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. [11/15/19]

Fellowships/Institutes/Workshops

  • Emory CSI PhD Program WebinarFriday, December 6, 2-4p EST:  Learn about:
    • Ground-breaking research |unities with world-class professors in Bioinformatics, Computer Systems, Data Analytics, Intelligent Systems and more
    • Innovative curriculum, including concentrations in Computer Science, Biomedical Informatics, Data Science and Computational Science
    • Outstanding institutional and academic resources including a comprehensive funding and support package for PhD and 50% tuition scholarship for MS students
    • Application deadline: January 15, 2019Holistic and inclusive admission process targeting talented and diverse scholars. Prospect registration to receive application fee waiver ($75) [12/2/19]
  • The Marcus Autism Center, in conjunction with the Emory University School of Medicine and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, is offering four fellowships: the Cohen Fellowship in Developmental Social Neuroscience, the Simons Fellowship in Computational Neuroscience, the Education Sciences Fellowship, and the Marcus Fellowship in Speech Science and Engineering. Students who will receive a bachelor’s degree by June 2020 will be eligible for the positions. The fellowships will commence in July 2020, and they are 2 years in duration. Students can find further details at:cohenfellowship.org and simonsfellowship.org. The Cohen Fellowship in Developmental Social Neuroscience will involve cutting-edge social neuroscience research in infants, toddlers and adolescents. Fellows will work to further the understanding of autism through eye-tracking research, guiding a project from the point of data collection to publication of results. The Simons Fellowship in Computational Neuroscience will involve integrating computational strategies with clinical research goals. Fellows will develop methods for the analysis of visual scanning and eye-tracking data, computational models of visual salience, and data visualization techniques, all with the aim of advancing the understanding of autism and efforts at early diagnosis. The Education Sciences Fellowship will involve research in educational innovations in autism, from early child care through high school. Fellows will learn about classroom-based interventions to increase social emotional engagement and inclusion, gaining experiences with observational research methods, cutting-edge intervention research, and implementation science approaches. The Marcus Fellowship in Speech Science and Engineering will involve researching early vocal development, including speech production and speech perception, as part of a program to map out both typical and atypical development of spoken communication in early childhood. Submission deadline: Jan. 3, 2020 [11/4/19]

  • 2020 Summer Program for Interdisciplinary Research and Education – Emerging Interface Technologies (SPIRE-EIT) Summer Research Experience for Undergraduate Students May 26 – August 1, 2020 Application Deadline – January 27, 2020. The 2020 program is a ten-week undergraduate internship where students work collaboratively in interdisciplinary teams, receive core training, and gain hands-on research experience with emerging interface technologies. Program Details: Interns will travel to ISU campus on Tuesday, May 26, and will travel home on Saturday, August 1 | $5,000 stipend for the summer | Free on-campus apartment housing | Travel allowance Emerging Interface Technologies: The study of the relationship between humans and increasingly powerful, portable, interconnected and ubiquitous computers has become one of the most rapidly growing and significant fields of technical investigation. Interdisciplinary in the extreme, this emerging field will have an impact on nearly every area of human endeavor. There exists a need to specifically train students in this burgeoning area, and we hold a strong commitment to train students to be the best and the brightest. We feel that involving students in cutting-edge research is the best way to prepare future engineers, scientists, and artists to work at the ever more present interface between humans and computers. Training and hands-on experience will include classroom lectures, activities, a journal club and get-to-know-faculty seminars | Interns will receive an ISU Dining meal plan, in addition to several meals being provided by the program | Applications accepted through January 27, 2020 | For more information about the program and to apply, visit http://www.vrac.iastate.edu/hci/reu/ | For questions, contact the SPIRE-EIT Program at spire-eit@iastate.edu | Sponsored by National Science Foundation Grant 1757900 [12/5/19]

Challenges/Contests

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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

  • ESPN has several open Software Engineering positions in the Consumer Software Engineering Department, as well as senior positions for candidates with more experience, to be found at careers@espn.com or disneycareers.com. They can also contact Carolina Gil -- HR Business Partner - Technology -- directly  at Carolina.gil@espn.com. [5/16/16; ongoing]

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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): [11/25/19; 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 https://city-internships.com/apply/." If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Lewis Talbot, Global Program Director. Students can view sample vacancies here and book a slot to talk to the Student Experience Team. [11/25/19; ongoing]

  • Garmin has this software engineer intern position open. If interested, please apply at https://careers.garmin.com/en-US/ and upload your resume and unofficial transcript. Please look under "Off-Campus Jobs" for details on full-time position also available. [11/25/19; 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. [11/25/19; ongoing]
  • MathWorks has the following student job opening: On Campus Position (Iowa City, Iowa)  MATLAB Student Ambassador [11/25/19; ongoing]

Fellowships/Institutes/Workshops

  • 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. [11/25/19; ongoing]

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