Internship/ Job Announcements

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2017 Internship/ Jobs Announcements
December 2017 Archive

December 2017 Archive

Internship: BART
The Bay Area Rapid Transit District will be offering an 8-week Summer Internship Program from Monday, June 18 through Friday, August 10, 2018. This internship will be offered to Senior year, Graduate level engineering students and recent Graduates. This is a paid internship at $18 an hour and only the first 300 applications will be reviewed. Applications open on January 22.

(9) Job: Carbon Lighthouse – Building Engineer
Carbon Lighthouse is actively looking for a Senior Building Systems Engineer to be based out of their SF office. In addition to that role role they still have several openings across Engineering, Sales, and Marketing. Please refer to the attachment for more details.

Internship/Scholarship: Vishal Parikh Memorial Scholarship – Rocket Propulsion (Due: Jan 19) 
This merit-based scholarship of approximately $2,200 is available for an undergraduate who has a particular interest in rocket propulsion systems. The recipient will also be eligible for a paid internship during the Summer of 2018 at the Air Force Research Laboratory, Edwards AFB, CA. Send materials electronically to Abel Lebon, Rm 46-127J Engineering IV, X5-7780, abel@seas.ucla.edu

(2) Competition: MindSumo
Please review the latest computer science projects from MindSumo. MindSumo partners with employers to create projects that you can complete to get work experience, win prizes, and be hired for jobs and internships. Questions can be directed to isha@mindsumo.com
ComEd – Help design a web dashboard or app for solar users @ https://www.mindsumo.com/contests/solar-dashboard
Allstate – How would you improve the insurance claim process for customers? @ https://www.mindsumo.com/contests/information-transfer-insurance

Internship: Somnio Labs – Computer Science
Somnio Labs is an artificial intelligence start-up to revolutionize the $229 billion digital advertising industry. Somnio Labs is looking for enthusiastic interns who can program well and want to learn a lot. There is a possibility for conversion to full-time, paid positions. Projects include building functional, user-friendly GUIs, designing and building a user account system for our clients, refining browser cookie technology, or helping design and build an AWS database architecture. Email resume to andrew@somniolabs.com

Job: UCLA Structures-Computer Interaction Laboratory – Postdoctoral position
We are looking for a postdoctoral fellow to work at the intersection of robotics and mechanics. The selected candidate will join the Structures-Computer Interaction Laboratory, a new group in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. Applications should be emailed to khalidjm@seas.ucla.edu. Visit https://structures.computer

Job/Internship: Deloitte Consulting
During this Winter recruiting season, Deloitte’s Technology service area will be recruiting Juniors for internship positions and Sophomores for the Deloitte National Leadership Conference and their Strategy & Operations service area will be recruiting Juniors for internship positions. Kindly make note of these upcoming deadlines and events, and ensure that your application is submitted both to BruinView and careers.deloitte.com by January 12.

Internship: Marine Physical Laboratory Summer Internship Program
The Marine Physical Laboratory (MPL) at world renowned Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO) seeks inquisitive motivated undergraduates with exceptional aptitude for quantitative science, majoring in engineering, physics, applied mathematics, chemistry, biology or geology. To apply, visit the online registration at scripps.ucsd.edu/mpl/mpl-summer-internship-program.

Internship: Facebook University for Engineering – Freshmen/Sophomores
Facebook University for Engineering (for Freshman/Sophomores) applications are now open across all pipelines! More information can be found at https://www.facebook.com/careers/university/fbu.

Internship: NIH BD2K Center of Excellence @ UCLA – Data Science Intern
Three positions are available at the NIH Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) Center of Excellence for Biomedical Computing at UCLA. They offer compensation (with possible course credits, if eligible) based on experience. Please send your resume to admin@heartbd2k.org . Applications are open immediately and will be continuously reviewed till Jan. 11th, 2017.

(2) Competition: MindSumo

Please review the latest computer science projects from MindSumo. Please visit the 2 projects at https://www.mindsumo.com/contests/solar-dashboard and https://www.mindsumo.com/contests/information-transfer-insurance. Questions can be directed to isha@mindsumo.com.

Fellowship: Toshiba-Westinghouse Fellows Program
Penn State’s Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering is now accepting applications for an outstanding undergraduate summer research program in the nuclear field at Penn State—the Toshiba-Westinghouse Undergraduate Fellows Program: www.mne.psu.edu/TWFP. The program runs from May 29—August 3, 2017. Fellows will receive a $6000 stipend as well as on-campus housing. We will accept applications until January 31, 2018. Questions should be directed to the Program Coordinator, Peter Miraldi, at TWFP@psu.edu.

Job: Keys*To*Learning – Tutor
Tutoring opportunity $650 – $800 plus per week. They are seeking student-teachers or recent graduates looking for after school work. The company is staffing a learning center in the Ladera Heights area. The hours are flexible, allowing you to choose as many hours as you’d like, Mon-Fri from 4p to 7p. They also have additional tutoring opportunities in the South Bay. Please contact eskaggs@keys2learning.net

 

 

 

November 2017 Archive

 

 

 

 November 2017 Archive

 

REU: Vanderbilt University – Nanoscience and Nanoengineering
The Vanderbilt Institute for Nanoscale Science and Engineering (VINSE) focuses on interdisciplinary nanoscale research at the interface of biology, chemistry, physics, and engineering. Each REU participate will work directly with VINSE faculty members and their research groups and be part of the larger VINSE community. Application deadline is February 15. Program Dates: May 27, 2018 – August 3, 2018

Internship: Darwin – Developer Internship
Applicant should be pursuing Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and be experienced in developing applications for web, iOS, and/or Android. Developer will assist web, iOS, and/or Android application integrated with 3rd party APIs as well as build front end UI on IOS, Android, or Web. To apply, please email resume to: Thejashree.lakshman.rao.2018@anderson.ucla.edu, Xiao.cheng.2018@anderson.ucla.edu

Job: Friendzone – Full-Stack Mobile Developer
Looking for independent developer who will be an integral part of a close-knit mobile application start up team. No structured hours will be assigned: developer will determine their own schedule based on assigned tasks to be completed within an 8-9 month time frame. Experience in development is recommended in the following categories: proficiency in back end development, proficiency in iOS development, proficiency in Android development, and proficiency in cross-platform development. Compensation is negotiable based on experience. If interested contact Gabriel Ning, CEO at gabriel.ning@mail.mcgill.ca.

Internship: Williams-Sonoma – Summer Intern
Williams Sonoma, Inc. is in search of summer interns who are strategic thinkers, ready to innovate, and have a passionate for retail and technology. Throughout the program, you will attend business critical meetings, lead projects, gain experience working with cross-functional teams, attend professional trainings, and have the chance to brainstorm with our leadership team. During your internship, you will be given the opportunity to pioneer a new idea for the brand or function you are working for. During the final week of the program, you will present your final project to the executive leadership team. The nine-week program begins on Monday, June 18th and ends on Friday, August 17th. If interested, visit http://careers.williams-sonomainc.com/williams-sonoma-inc/job/San-Francisco-Summer-Intern-CA-94101/439276400/

Job: Surfx – Applications Engineer
The Applications Engineer will be responsible for developing processes to solve customer’s materials problems, and for qualifying Surfx’s atmospheric pressure plasma for insertion into customer’s manufacturing operations. Candidate should have Bachelors or Masters degree in chemistry, physics, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, aerospace engineering, or materials science. Email resume and cover letter to jobs@surfxtechnologies.com.

Job: Surfx – Sales Engineer
The Sales Engineer will be responsible for achieving company revenue goals. Sales will focus primarily on the North American market, but may support worldwide customer inquiries. The new hire will work with the engineering team, and will interface with customers on sales, service and support. Email resume and cover letter to jobs@surfxtechnologies.com.

Career Center Self-Assessment Series

Skills (12-1:30pm, Nov 28 @ Career Center Room 200): Learn how to recognize, develop, and nurture your skills so they can help you grow toward your future career.
Personality (12-1:30pm, Nov 29 @ Career Center Room 200): The nuts and bolts to understanding yourself better and unlocking your full potential through a Myer Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Assessment lens.
Interests – (12-1:30pm, Nov 30 @ Career Center Room 200): Gain a deeper understanding of how your interests relate to career options, using the Strong Interest Inventory (SII) as a foundation

Job: HRL Laboratories – Development Engineer
Candidate will join a diverse team of engineers and physicists developing next generation autonomous navigation systems for integrating high precision inertial sensing technologies. Platforms include autonomous vehicles and smart systems. Candidate will have opportunities for mentorship by the technical staff while supporting research and development in the areas of Micro-electro-mechanical-systems (MEMS), electronics, and advanced algorithms. Job responsibilities may include device design and modeling, device fabrication in semi-conductor facility, sensor testing, data processing, and systems build and validation. Contact Jill Mulqueen for more information: jamulqueen@hrl.com

Job: Ben Nichols – Undergraduate Computer Tutor
Ben Nichols is looking for help learning Mac OS, home computer network, time capsule and iCloud setup, transferring and organizing files between computers, combining iPhoto and iTunes libraries, etc, etc. Hours flexible, 2-4 hour time blocks, $20/hr., close to UCLA. Contact bennichols1@yahoo.com or 323-363-8961 for more information.

Internship: U.S. Department of Energy Virtual Career Fair
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science is recruiting students in STEM and is holding a virtual career fair November 28th from 12 noon – 4 pm EST. this virtual career fair will feature two internship opportunities at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL): Department of Energy Undergraduate Laboratory Internship (SULI) and Department of Energy Community College Internship (CCI). Pre-register at https://orau.6connex.com/event/LIVE/login

Internship: Tape – Software Engineer (Data Analysis & Mobile Dev)
This upcoming quarter, Tape has a number of fantastic opportunities for talented undergraduate engineers to learn and contribute to their fast moving team. Interns will work alongside senior backend and mobile engineers in a setting that provides mentorship, real world learning experience, and opportunities to directly impact the products we ship to customers. Interns may also be helping design/build a dashboard to handle this feed of data and deliver insights will be a high impact project for a motivated intern. For questions, email Jason Yeh at jason@trytape.com

REU: MRSEC
The Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (MRSEC) at Northwestern University offers a 9-week, paid summer research experience for undergraduates. Students are matched with leading research professors in science and engineering fields. The program dates for 2018 are June 18th to August 17th. Applications are due Feb 15, 2018. Participants are paid a $4500 stipend, receive a travel allowance, and are provided with on-campus housing. For more information, visit http://mrsec.northwestern.edu/undergraduate-opportunities.

Internship: Honda Racing Team – Data Analysis Engineer
At Honda Performance Development in Santa Clarita, CA, we are looking to fill one internship Data Analysis Engineer position, starting from November 2017. Duration of internship should be no less than 3 months. Application are expected from talented recent graduates and final year Master students, with some experience in using basic commercial data analysis and statistical software tools. Engineer will be using basic statistical methods, such as sample statistic, confidence interval, hypothesis testing, ANOVA, etc. to determine objective performance level of racing car on the track. Contact JoAnne Aglubat at Jaglubat@hra.com if interested and visit http://hpd.honda.com/

Job/Internship: Tech Talk_Fall 2017
This Tech Talk will explore what makes a company a good fit for candidates and how company culture impacts the job search process. This event will feature 3 speakers from Buzzfeed, Laserfiche, and Google, a Q&A panel, and a networking reception. RSVP through Bruinview. This event will take place 7-9pm on November 16th at De Neve Auditorium.

Career Center – Early Career Engagement Certificate (Due: Dec 1)
This program is targeting undeclared Engineering students who are still figuring out what major they want to pursue. The program includes 5 engaging and empowering career planning workshops tailored specifically for first-years. Fill out your application today before space runs out. Rolling admissions with latest application deadline of December 1, 2017. Search Job ID #: 958686 in BruinView

Internship: Blizzard Entertainment
Blizzard’s epic internship program returns in 2018 with opportunities in programming, design, art, business operations, and more. Positions are posted now until December 10th, 2017. They are hosting opportunities in their US locations – Irvine and Austin. All positions are posted on their Internships job board at https://careers.blizzard.com/en-us/students/internships!

ESUC: LinkedIn Workshop
Engineering Society of UCLA is collaborating with the Career Center to present their annual LinkedIn Workshop on Nov 15th (Wedensday) 5-6pm in Boelter 5800. Come check out how to create the perfect LinkedIn profile and tailor your resume for potential employers. There will be a photographer here for professional headshots, so please dress appropriately if you want a photo. RSVP at https://goo.gl/forms/6LXUmV0OBnRqrshB3

4th Annual Career Ready Bootcamp (Due: Nov 5)
This bootcamp targets sophomores and first year transfers, but is open to all undergraduate students. Building your bright future begins at UCLA’s 4th Annual Career Ready Bootcamp (CRB) – a three-day professional and career development camp for UCLA undergraduate students.  Through a series of interactive skill-building activities, peer-to-peer discussions, and in-depth training and feedback from alumni mentors, participants will gain increased confidence in navigating their career journey and presenting themselves effectively as candidates for internships and professional positions. Apply by November 5 on Bruinview, Job ID# 932222.

Internship: LA BioStart Bootcamp (Due: Nov 20)
Cal State LA, the Biocom Institute, and LACI present a free comprehensive, 5-week boot camp for biotech entrepreneurs. The LA BioStart bootcamp is accepting applications for Winter 2017/18 boot camp, which will run from Dec 6, 2017 through Jan 18, 2018, with 13 days (Dec 21 to Jan 2) of breaks for the holidays. The deadline for application is Nov. 20. Some activities of the boot camp can be found at http://www.calstatela.edu/LABioStart/news. Please check out the website http://www.calstatela.edu/LABioStart/bootcamp

Competition: Mindsumo – Amazon Alexa Game
Please review the latest computer science project from MindSumo. MindSumo partners with employers to create projects that you can complete to get work experience, win prizes, and be hired for jobs and internships. Prize is $1600. Questions can be directed to isha@mindsumo.com.

Internship: LA Metro – Enterprise Transit Asset Management Internship
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) has an immediate opening for a paid, part-time (16 – 24 hrs/wk), year-round administrative intern in the Enterprise Transit Asset Management group of Risk Management.  Looking for students interested in expanding their knowledge of transportation planning and engineering.  This internship provides the student the opportunity to learn planning practices in the transportation industry, enhance computer skills, and get hands-on planning and engineering experience. Salary ranges from $12.50-$15/hr, depending on level of education.

Job: Inside Engineering, Public Sector (Nov 1)
This event will be held on Wednesday, November 1st 5:00-7:00pm Career Center, Room 200. Students will explore the benefits for working in the public sector and get the chance to network with current professionals. There will be free food. RSVP on Bruinview at career.ucla.edu/BV

Job: Western New England University – Mechanical Engineering Assistant Professor of Robotics
The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Western New England University invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant Professor level, beginning in Spring 2018 or Fall 2018. We are looking for an expert in Robotics with experience in areas such as A.I. and Machine Learning, Mechatronics, Advanced Control & Vibration, and PC or PLC-based data acquisition. The successful candidate is expected to teach undergraduate and graduate level courses in Mechanical Engineering; pursue research and scholarly activities; and support the innovative freshman engineering program. Candidates should have a strong background and interest in applied projects, a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering or a closely related field is required, industry or postdoctoral experience is desirable.

October 2017 Archive

 

 October 2017 Archive

The Engineering Society of UCLA, Sigma Eta Pi, and Bruin Entrepreneurs are hosting the fourth Startup Fair LA on Nov. 1, 2017 at the Ackerman Grand Ballroom. We are bringing in 20+ LA startups, including 5 founded by UCLA students or alumni, who will be hiring for full time, interns, and co-ops in fields such as tech, sales, and marketing. This is a great opportunity for entrepreneurially-minded students to get involved with the local startup community! Student RSVP form: startupfair.la
Assist engineering professionals in non-routine and progressively responsible duties which are directly related to aerospace engineering. Receive on the job training in the organizations operations including pertinent policies, rules and regulations. Assignment may include, but not limited to research, development, design, test, and evaluation of fluid and flight mechanics pertaining to aerospace and aeronautical vehicles. Visit https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/482929000
Assist engineering professionals in non-routine and progressively responsible duties which are directly related to mechanical engineering. Receive on the job training in the organizations operations including pertinent policies, rules and regulations. Assignment may include, but not limited to planning, designing, testing, or evaluating mechanical, electromechanical, hydraulic, and structural equipment and systems for aerospace programs. Visit https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/481923100
Amgen is hosting an infosession on October 24 from 6-8pm at EV5101 for their IS department. The Information Systems (IS) department at Amgen operates as the nerve center of the company, enabling vital connections to better serve patients. The summer 2018 intern positions for the IS department include: data scientist, business analyst and software engineer. RSVP for this event at https://tinyurl.com/amgenxbmes2017
Deloitte is hosting an infosession on October 20 from 2-4pm at EV4101. Visit https://www.facebook.com/events/500253283673109/ more more information. Deloitte’s Technology and Strategy & Operations service areas will be recruiting Seniors for full-time positions. Ensure that your application is submitted both to BruinView and careers.deloitte.com by October 20 at 11:59 pm.
Please visit the UCLA school page for more information. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to , Recruiting Specialist, at meghan.loehr@bain.com, or Kelsey Chan at Kelsey.Chan@Bain.com.
Please visit the attachment on the jobs/internships website for more information on undergraduate scholarships, graduate fellowships, and postdoc positions.
Digital Dragons is looking for a tech enthusiast who wants to share their passion for tech with kids. Applicant should have tutoring, camp counselor, or teaching experience (K-2 experience preferred). Contact info@DigitalDragon.co with your resume to apply!
This event is inviting local environmental, chemical, and civil engineering students to the Hyperion Water Reclamation Plant to learn about career opportunities at LA Sanitation. Hear from recent hires and program managers, gain valuable interviewing skills, and learn about our vast network of exciting projects across the City of Los Angeles. RSVP at LASANENGINEERDAY.EVENTBRITE.COM
Crane A&E is looking for manufacturing engineers, quality engineers, electricians, and mechanical engineers. Please refer to the attachment on the website for more information.
Residential Life is hiring for our student technician position (Program Support Technicians) for Winter 2018.  This position supports classes, dances, concerts and other events in the residential community. Learn more at https://www.orl.ucla.edu/employment/pst
This bootcamp targets sophomores and first year transfers, but is open to all undergraduate students. Building your bright future begins at UCLA’s 4th Annual Career Ready Bootcamp (CRB) – a three-day professional and career development camp for UCLA undergraduate students.  Through a series of interactive skill-building activities, peer-to-peer discussions, and in-depth training and feedback from alumni mentors, participants will gain increased confidence in navigating their career journey and presenting themselves effectively as candidates for internships and professional positions. Apply by November 5 on Bruinview, Job ID# 932222.
Accenture is looking for more students to apply to their IT positions. They are going to be doing an information session with ESUC on Wednesday, 10/18, and they will be at CS Night and Engineering Tech Fair. Apply through Bruinview and on the Accenture website.
This is a project-based internship which will invite a team of Bruins to develop updated educational tour scripts, curricula, and learning activities for the Rose Bowl school program. Your curriculum will reinforce Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) lessons and California State learning standards for K-8 students. Candidates should submit their resume (with a brief cover letter or email statement of interest) as soon as possible to: tours@rosebowlstadium.com
Insight is now accepting applications for the January 2018 fellowships in Data Science, Health Data Science, Data Engineering, and Artificial Intelligence. Insight Fellows Programs is a 7 week, full-time training fellowship. Participants will receive mentorship from leading industry data scientists, data engineers & AI specialists. Email questions to 
The Career Center is holding several events for engineers: Engineering Drop-In Counseling, How to Prep for the Fair-Engineering & Tech, How to Crack the Code: Acing the Technical Interview. Please visit the link to learn more information.
Please review the latest computer science projects from MindSumo. MindSumo partners with employers to create projects that you can complete to get work experience, win prizes, and be hired for jobs and internships. Questions can be directed to 
Participating representatives include: PPG, HRL Laboratories, Aesco Technologies, Crane Aerospace and Electronics, and TANMS Research. The event is on Oct 17th 10am-1pm in the Bruin Reception Room (next to Ackerman Grand Ballroom).
Visit the website and apply online at: https://careers-imsg.icims.com. If you are referring a candidate, please send your referral form (attached) directly to Liberty Whiteman, Deputy Director – Human Resources, at:  to qualify for the referral bonus.
Prizes will be provided for the top teams in this 24 hour event. To register, visit http://ngc.avature.net/events/Register?folderId=10770
Tutors must have at least a bachelor’s degree or be pursuing a degree. Tutors need to be available at least 6 hours a week during regular instruction hours: M-Th, 3:30-7:30PM, in addition to 1 weekend day. Currently, they are seeking tutors who can teach up to high school math and/or science.To apply visit: http://www.310tutors.com/apply
The ELTP is designed to be an entry-level “Career Ladder” program for recent college graduates to gain work experience and the job skills needed to seek a full-time position within Metro or another company. Visit https://www.metro.net/about/jobs/eltp/ for more info. Send resume to Ong, Kimberly at OngK@metro.net, should also concurrently send resume to the ELTP program  or colstonm@metro.net.
The City is currently accepting applications to fill a part-time, hourly position in the Engineering Division of the Public Works Department. This is an ideal opportunity for a college student or recent graduate with a degree in civil engineering and/or recent civil engineering work experience. Apply at www.toaks.org/jobs
For the summer of 2018, SSG has several STEM internship positions available. These interns will be conducting analysis and technical advisory services for an IC research and development (R&D) customer. This customer is developing the next generation of space systems and ground architectures. Apply at https://careers-engility.icims.com/jobs/38381/stem-internship/job
You will spend 6-12 months in a field staffing position receiving product and technology while working on projects that prepare you for your role within Keysight’s application engineering organization. Applicant should have BS/MS in Electrical Engineering or equivalent education with emphasis in RF and microwave systems.
Summer Interns will be exposed to all aspects of credit underwriting and work on active deal teams. For example, Interns will analyze borrower financial performance, update/create enterprise valuations, and analyze industry performance. To apply, email your resume and a brief introduction to Michelle Gavilanes at michelle.gavilanes@cnb.com
AllPro Tutors is a professional tutoring service startup with an opportunity for a student or two to fulfill an ENGR 95 or ENGR 195 2-credit internship to contribute their front-end, back-end or full stack programming skills to our company’s new web development/mobile app development platform. The student(s) would contribute to the front-end and back-end programming, interface, website, database creation, and the mobile app design of our service. Send resume and links/attachments to your web/mobile app development work to allprotutors@gmail.com.
Keysight is looking for an experienced RF/uW Application Engineer that will work closely with Keysight’s Field Sales team and customers to understand measurement challenges, propose solutions using Keysight hardware, and demonstrate Keysight’s ability to help customers be successful. This position requires at least 3-5 years of sales experience with an emphasis on winning competitive sales through exceptional account and time management. Applicant should have BS/MS in Electrical Engineering or equivalent education with emphasis in RF and microwave systems.
Student Engineers will assist Engineers/Architects in the preparation of plans and specifications for projects involving grading, paving, storm drain systems, sewer systems, roadways, buildings, wharves, transportation studies, marine facilities, and other miscellaneous engineering duties. Candidates must be of at least sophomore standing and maintain a minimum of 9 semester units or 12 quarter units at a recognized college or university. This is a year-round position. Students must work between 16-20 hours per standard work week. Send resume to Mr. Marco Sanchez, Engineering Division via email to msanchez@portla.org.

 

 

September 2017 Archive

 

 September 2017 Archive

 

The KPCB Fellows Program is a unique, career-defining opportunity for technical students who are interested in pursuing technology, entrepreneurship, design and startups. With a portfolio of some of the fastest growing startups companies in Silicon Valley, the program matches students to companies like Coursera, Slack, Square, Airbnb, Pinterest, and Synack for summer work experiences. Additionally, this small cohort of Fellows will gain exclusive access to events and programming with the partners at Kleiner Perkins, CEOs and executives across a variety of our portfolio companies, and other talented KPCB Fellows. To learn more and apply, you can visit http://www.kpcbfellows.com.
ONI is looking for interns in the following areas: Intelligence, Engineering, Information Technology, Computer Science,and  Administrative and Office Support. For an overview of the program, visit http://www.oni.navy.mil/Join-Us/Intern-Programs/. For general information or questions about the internship, call (301) 669-4426. You can also email your questions to recruit@nmic.navy.mil.
Insight is now accepting applications for the January 2018 fellowships in Data Science, Health Data Science, Data Engineering, and Artificial Intelligence. The program is a 7 week, full-time training fellowship, with mentorship from leading industry data scientists, data engineers & AI specialists. Direct questions to info@insightdatascience.com
Current UCLA students who will graduate Fall 2018 or later may apply for exciting, substantive assignments at many of the 294 U.S. Embassies, Consulates, and Missions abroad. This year’s deadline to submit applications for assignments worldwide is Thursday, October 5, 2017.
The City of Los Angeles Personnel Dept. would like to share a job opportunity for Programmer Analyst. A Programmer Analyst does technically difficult programming and application or software support; analyzes existing systems and procedures; determines the feasibility of data processing applications; designs and participates in the implementation of systems of computer programs; and may act as a lead analyst or project leader in supervising technical employees who are performing such work. For questions, call (213) 473-9311.
Please visit the UCLA school page for more information. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to , Recruiting Specialist, at meghan.loehr@bain.com, or Kelsey Chan at Kelsey.Chan@Bain.com.
The 2017 Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability (OE) annual Peer Review and the 10th Biennial Electrical Energy Storage Applications and Technologies (EESAT) Conference held in San Diego, California from October 9th – 13th. Sandia will be recruiting students at the event and are welcoming them for free! For additional information contact Cris Romero at:
During this Fall recruiting season, Deloitte’s Human Capital service area will be recruiting Juniors for internship positions and their Technology and Strategy & Operations service areas will be recruiting Seniors for full-time positions. Ensure that your application is submitted both to BruinView and careers.deloitte.com by:
-October 6th at 11:59 pm for Human Capital and Strategy and Operations
-October 20th at 11:59 pm for Technology
Sandia National Labs is seeking extraordinary applicants for two prestigious postdoctoral opportunities. Applications for employment will be accepted for the Truman Fellowship and the new Jill Hruby Fellowship through November 1, 2017. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply at sandia.gov/careers; search for job number 657429 (Truman Fellowship) or 658086 (Hruby Fellowship).
The Wells Fargo challenge launches on September 1st, has a prize pool of $11,000 for the top 7 winners and the company also wishes to recruit students that send in the best ideas. Contact isha@mindsumo.com if you have any questions.

Job: Helmholtz Centre Potsdam GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences – Research Associate (m/f) Data Science, Machine Learning, and Scientific Programming (Due: Oct 8)

The GFZ seeks exceptional candidates for a research associate in Section 2.8 “Magnetospheric physics”. Job responsibilities will include a variety of machine learning, data science and scientific programming related tasks. The successful candidate is expected to maintain data and code repository, edit the website, develop real-time visualization on the website, develop various programming tools for scientific codes and data analysis, document and test existing codes, adopt scientific codes for different scientific problems.
Boeing fall recruiting season has begun and the 2018 internship requisitions have been posted at www.boeing.com/careers. Over the course of their 10-12 week internship experience, you will have the opportunity to work directly with a mentor in your field of study while finding solutions to real world problems, and experience their products up close by touring their state-of-the-art manufacturing and research facilities.
The goal of the data science intern at Chef’d is to power decisions, inform strategy, build robust data products, and identify opportunities for innovation across the company. Candidate should have experience with machine learning techniques such as Naive Bayes, SVM, Random Forest, Neural Networks, and have BS in Data Science, Statistics, OR, Computer Science or Engineering (MS a plus). Contact Chris Tambos at chris.tambos@chefd.com.

 

August 2017 Archive

 August 2017 Archive

 

Responsibilities may include advising key R&D leadership on the appropriate business process, operating model and technology goals for R&D organizations to best support their overall strategy. To submit an application/profile for the Business Technology Analyst / Consultant Life Sciences position you will need to submit your resume, transcript, and cover letter to BruinView and to their career site at https://tinyurl.com/UCLA-T-BA and complete this survey https://deloittesurvey.deloitte.com/Community/se.ashx?s=3FC11B2616897E16
Field Elementary (Pasadena Unified School District) is looking for a computer lab instructor for the 17-18 school year. Qualifications (including but not limited to): basic computer literacy, coding, internet safety, use of word processing/spreadsheet/presentation applications, strategies for online research, 3D printing, incorporate Mandarin and/or other subjects.  Ability to communicate in Mandarin is highly desirable. If interested, please contact Carol Ko (office manager) at ko.carol@pusd.us and Daniel Bagby (Principal) at bagby.daniel@pusd.us OR 626-396-5860
Beverly Hills High School is looking for graduate students interested in being retained as coaches for their first Robotics team for the 2017-2018 school year. Email cdubin@bhusd.org if interested.
The Department of Film, Television & Digital Media in the UCLA School of Theater, Film & Television is seeking hourly student lab assistants with skills in Unity 3D and/or AfterEffects to support virtual reality (VR) projects and classes. Applicants should be proficient with AfterEffects + Mettle Skybox *or* Autopano Video + Autopano Giga for stitching and editing spherical video. Qualified graduate or undergraduate student applicants should contact Professor Steve Anderson:sfanders@tft.ucla.edu
The Wells Fargo challenge launches on September 1st, has a prize pool of $11,000 for the top 7 winners and the company also wishes to recruit students that send in the best ideas. Contact isha@mindsumo.com if you have any questions.
Tutors must have at least a bachelor’s degree or be pursuing a degree. Tutors need to be available at least 6 hours a week during regular instruction hours: M-Th, 3:30-7:30PM, in addition to 1 weekend day. Currently, they are seeking tutors who can teach up to high school math and/or science.To apply visit: http://www.310tutors.com/apply
Nerv is using the Shopify platform and would like to make simple stylistic tweaks on top of an existing template. Pay is $25/hr. Can be remote or work locally with team in NYC or Westwood, LA. Applicant should be college Sophomore, Junior or Senior, and have proficiency in front end development – html/css/javascript. Contact team@getnerv.com
Cost engineer will develop and maintain budget and track project costs throughout the life of projects, and change management, estimate impacts of changes and contingency drawdown. Currie & Brown also offer Graduate Developmental Program to graduates. Contact Archana Khanna at .
Fathom Computing is a new venture-funded startup in Silicon Valley that is building an optical computer. A UCLA alumn could take part in something that is going to change the world massively in a couple of years. Visit https://fathomcomputing.recruitee.com/ for more information.
Major functions include flyer/media design, website/intranet maintenance, create newsletter for Department’s website and bulletin board, post events, stories, calendar items, provide support for presentations during events; running errands, greeting visitors to the Department; technical support assistance and other activities. Contact Christopher Palomo: at cpalomo@chavez.ucla.edu
The Project Manager/Assistant Project Manager must possess practical knowledge in construction management, be able to read general plans with an emphasis on storefront and curtain wall systems and specifications. If you are interested in joining The Arcadia Group, please send a cover letter, resume and salary requirements to jallen@arcadiainc.com
Software developer needed to build basic first version of Credit Wizard, a transformative, early stage FinTech platform founded by UCLA alumni. This is a freelance job (current students welcome), with the potential to grow into a full-time job as their first developer (equity + salary), in the next year. Python, Java, or C experience preferred. Please email resume and a brief statement of experience to shiva.g.bhaskar@gmail.com
As a Japanese Language Data Specialist on the Speech Training Data Team, you will help collect and validate the quality of language data, provide language and cultural-specific input, contribute language translations, work with Japanese business partners and vendors and provide feedback to improve their tools. Submit your resume and cover letter to lisa@soundhound.com with Subject: “College Language Applicant, <your name, your college, your language>.
As a Language Data Specialist on our Speech Training Data Team, you will help collect and validate the quality of language data, provide language and cultural-specific input, contribute language translations, work with data vendors and provide feedback to improve our tools. Submit your resume and cover letter to lisa@soundhound.com with Subject: “College Language Applicant, <your name, your college, your language>.
In this role, you will be implementing functionality similar to what you see in these videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yUbK1yeYzAI , https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M1ONXea0mXg. You will be learning and using the most advanced technologies in the fields of Natural Language Understanding, Speech, Search, and AI, all built in-house here at SoundHound over the past 10 years. Apply at https://www.themuse.com/jobs/soundhoundinc/software-engineer-natural-language-understanding-17e5f4.
John Valencia is searching for a talented programmer to develop an app. He created a virtual communications platform called Pod. Pod allows anonymous communication and gives users the ability to wipe their contributed content clean at any time — think of it as a robust and anonymous Snapchat. Developer will receive an equity share of the venture, open to negotiation, largely dependent on your level of expertise and willingness to commit to the project. If interested, email johnwvalencia@gmail.com.

 

July 2017 Archive

 July 2017 Archive

 

Null Byte pays for high-quality tutorials and news articles covering information security and ethical hacking topics. If any students or faculty would be interested in contributing content, please check out some of their most popular articles at <https://null-byte.wonderhowto.com/hot/>, and review the job posting attached.
Professor Doug Lichtman will need to write some scripts to amalgamate the JSON data into useful summary metrics, and some scripts just to unpack the data into more useful forms. Interested students should contact Doug Lichtman by email at lichtman@law.ucla.edu
The Technical Writer/Software Engineering Intern will work with product and engineering teams to generate internal and customer-facing documentation. Their internships are ideal for individuals looking to learn more about how to build a successful enterprise SaaS product, the architectural and engineering concerns involved in doing so, the inner workings of a growing GovTech startup, and software development in general. Contact elon@spidrtech.com
AllPro Tutors is a Professional Tutoring Service Startup seeking a Web Developer/Mobile App Developer to help contribute to the programming, interface, website, and mobile app design of their service. Candidate should have degree in a programming field, or in process of attaining a programming degree. Please reply with your resume and links/attachments to your web/mobile app development work to allprotutors@gmail.com
Machine Learning Engineer & Coder needed for full time position in Los Angeles. Build scalable tools to measure data trends.  Develop algorithms and experiments to influence social engineering.  Create and maintain data pipelines, dashboards, and data models around our data ecosystem. Prototyping new features and building new ideas by writing code in Python. E-mail resumes to CarthageSocialTech@gmail.com

 

June 2017 Archive

 June 2017 Archive

 

This technical position will support and extend an open source multi-imager person tracking system (http://openptrack.org/) used in education, entertainment, and artistic deployments at UCLA and internationally. Experience with Linux is required; experience with computer vision, point cloud processing, the Robot Operating System (ROS), embedded systems, and/or GPU acceleration is preferred.   To apply, please send a PDF resume to Jeff Burke at jburke@remap.ucla.edu.
School of Computer Science and Engineering at UPES, Dehradun, India is organizing 3rd International Conference on Next Generation Computing Technologies on 30th and 31st Oct, 2017 at UPES, Dehradun, India. The theme of the conference is “Smart and Innovative Trends for Next Generation Computing”.  The Conference is Technically Sponsored by CSI India and IUPRAI. Visit www.ngct2017.in. Submit your paper at : https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ngct2017

Job: IMSG – Support Scientist for Hurricane Weather Research/HWRF Modeling

The candidate’s work will involve the development, execution, testing and evaluation of several different components of the HWRF (Hurricane Weather and Research Forecast) and HMON (Hurricanes in a Multi-scale Ocean-coupled Non-hydrostatic) modeling system that include data assimilation, physics, dynamics, and vortex initialization, coupling to ocean, wave, land, storm surge and inundation models. Candidate should have Ph.D. in atmospheric sciences or meteorology, oceanic, mathematics or a related physical science. Apply at https://careers-imsg.icims.com
The candidate’s work will involve the development, execution, testing and evaluation of several different components of the HWRF modeling system that include physics, dynamics, vortex initialization and data assimilation, coupling to ocean, wave, land, storm surge and inundation models. Candidate should have Ph.D. in atmospheric sciences or meteorology, oceanic, mathematics or a related physical science. Apply at https://careers-imsg.icims.com
The Ritz Lab is looking for a student to join the team for the UCLA Parkinson’s Environment and Genes (PEG) study. Educational background in relevant field such as Computer Science. Visit www.ph.ucla.edu/peg. If you are interested in this opportunity, please send your resume to irishcdr@ucla.edu.
Oben’s artificial intelligence technology quickly and simply creates your personal avatar that looks & talks like you and performs skillful activities. Send requested material to careers@oben.com.
Surfx is looking for a full-time mechanical engineer that will help them design, develop and test atmospheric plasma products for the aerospace, medical device, and semiconductor packaging industries. Product design will require a working knowledge of fluid mechanics, heat transfer, mechanics, etc. Email your application to jobs@surfxtechnologies.com.
Ideally, your proposed service or solution will incorporate the following elements: leverage the UL Field Engineering network which includes engineers and technical staff located throughout the United States, leverage technology (Examples include sensors, data collection software, data analytics tools, etc.), and serve or improve the entire life cycle of a building or structure (e.g. bridge, tunnel, etc.), from commissioning through decommissioning.
900+ Insight Fellows are now data scientists and data engineers at Facebook, Tesla, The New York Times, Apple, Amazon, Wayfair, LinkedIn, Airbnb, Netflix, Slack, Merck, Biogen, 23andMe, Twitter, Bloomberg, Viacom, Blue Apron, NBC, and 200+ other top companies. Email info@insightdatascience.com if you have any questions.
The overall objective is to develop and validate a prediction model for pancreatic cancer based on a large database of longitudinal health data in veterans treated at the Veterans Affairs (VA) Healthcare System. Data analyst will program data extracts from longitudinal medical records. Candidate should have experience with relational database, preferably with clinical data, and working knowledge of SQL. Contact Christie Jeon at christie.jeon@cshs.org
Manufacturing engineer will lead the production, assembly and testing of propulsion/environmental and thermal control system components for the Dragon vehicle under the CRS and CCiCap programs or the Falcon 9 boost and stage systems. Candidate should have Bachelor’s degree in aerospace, mechanical, welding or materials engineering. Contact Joseph Attia at joseph.attia@spacex.com
As a Planetary Protection Engineering Student you will work alongside members of the Biotechnology & Planetary Protection Group in the Spacecraft Mechanical Engineering Section and will report to the Biotechnology & Planetary Protection group supervisor. Must be available to work full-time for approximately 6 months as a co-op for the summer and fall.
This is a great opportunity for individuals who are interested in practical applications of remote sensing and GIS, specifically in the field of Earth Science. Details about the internship and how to apply can be found at http://develop.larc.nasa.gov/. The fall 2017 online application is open from May 22 – June 30, 2017.  The fall 2017 internship dates are September 11 – November 17, 2017. Both paid and volunteer positions are offered. Responsibilities will include: literature review, data processing and analysis, composing of deliverables including a technical paper, presentation, and video. Previous GIS or remote sensing knowledge, while beneficial, are not required for acceptance. If selected, participants must be able to commit 10-20 hours per week.
Web app developer will work on the platform, Ask Me, which will collect survey and genetic data from millions of people worldwide. They are looking for a student developer with strong familiarity of web application development and web architecture. Candidate should have extensive experience with ReactJS and modern front-end tooling (Webpack, Babel, Redux, Sagas) or related technologies. If interested, please email askmeapp.bhg@gmail.com with your resume, a cover letter explaining relevant work experience, and a brief statement about why you are interested.

 

May 2017 Archive

 May 2017 Archive

 

Students are encouraged to propose policy strategies, business models, and other solutions to address their chosen challenge, but these proposals must be accompanied by a physical intervention at a specific site in a city within the 100 Resilient Cities network. Students must form a multidisciplinary team of two to five members to enter, and include students from two disciplines at a minimum. Your ideas will be reviewed by leading industry thinkers in cities worldwide. A total of US$15,000 in prize money will be distributed among the finalist teams, and the winning team will receive up to US$25,000 of in-kind support from AECOM to implement a pilot of their proposal.
Audiology Intern will summarize the research done by the others in a concise manner to extrapolate and interpolate the data and draw conclusions about the health effects of airborne ultrasound. Intern will also read a literature survey commissioned by uBeam, refer to the original papers as necessary, and create a tabular description of the various tests to illuminate the problem. Contact Jacqueline McCauley & Kelsey Gleason at Jacqueline@ubeam.com, kelsey@ubeam.com
Acoustics Intern will develop acoustically transparent materials and test designs, work under engineering team designing new transducers, and create automated test systems. Contact Jacqueline McCauley & Kelsey Gleason at Jacqueline@ubeam.com, kelsey@ubeam.com
EE Intern will work with EE team to optimize a prototype system resulting in acoustic power transfer. System includes: gimbals, vision/motion tracking, and various other EE components. Contact Jacqueline McCauley & Kelsey Gleason at Jacqueline@ubeam.com, kelsey@ubeam.com
The SAFE Platform is built on .Net Core with a micro-service cloud-based architecture. Engineering Interns will focus primarily on analyzing functional requirements, research and suggest component strategies, and producing draft module-specific engineering specs. Contact Victoria Nunez at victoria@safemovement.org
The Easton Technology Management Center offers a unique, six-week Summer Institute so you can explore tech leadership by focusing on innovation, product development, data management, data analytics, and leadership through communications. It is led by UCLA Anderson, a top-ranked business school and valued resource to the tech industry. Learn more at http://www.anderson.ucla.edu/tech-summer
Candidate should have knowledge of Objective-C and Cocoatouch framework (or willing to learn). Submit an application here. For more information, visit http://morningsignout.com/digitalrecruitment/
Surfx is looking for a part-time mechanical engineer that will help them develop hardware for their plasma systems. The successful candidate will be able to design 3D CAD models, draw up manufacturing drawings, test, debug, and refine mechanical systems. The intern will be expected to work full time during the summer, and 10 to 16 hours per week during the school year. Email your application to jobs@surfxtechnologies.com
The James Dyson Award is now open for entries. The award celebrates, encourages and inspires the next generation of engineers. We’re looking for fresh new ideas that solve a problem. The best invention internationally is awarded $40,000 in prize money and their university receives $6,000. Learn more at jamesdysonaward.org
Parsons is seeking an Engineering Intern to work on various transportation and water related projects throughout the summer. You will perform a variety of basic engineering support assignments that require a fundamental knowledge of design/drafting standards, practices, and techniques. You will utilize a CAD workstation to prepare engineering drawings consisting of basic arrangements, layouts, as-builts, etc. from rough sketches and/or from general engineering and design information in accordance with established standards and procedures. Submit resume to Leng Ear at lear@lachamber.com
The Insight Data Fellows Programs are tuition-free professional Fellowships for students and postdocs looking to transition to careers in data science, health data science, data engineering, or artificial intelligence. The program is looking for alumni, post-docs, or students graduating by December 2017, who can participate full-time during the Fellowship and interview period following. Please note that our Data Science and Health Data Science Programs have a PhD requirement (our Artificial Intelligence and Data Engineering programs have no education requirement). Direct questions to info@insightdatascience.com
ACTA is looking for a Summer Intern to join the development team in Torrance to develop and update their software from VisualBasic 6 (VB6) to VB.NET. Send cover letter and resume to: acta_torrance@actainc.com.
Fullscreen Media is seeking a talented Master’s level graduate for our Engineering Rotation Program. This one-year program is designed to build participants with essential skills and expose them to rotations in our Mobile Engineering, Data Science, Business Intelligence and Technology divisions. During each three-month rotation, you will learn, how a tech media business operates in different capacities, as well as day-to- day skills on how to support teams and projects. Apply at https://jobs.lever.co/fullscreen/96548a7c-a26f-4e34-93af-5f4032429407
Will Shapiro is in search of someone who can help build a contraption that can be attached to the bottom of a drone. Compensation is $100 for the few hours of work (pending agreement this is in fact how long it would take).  Engineer would preferably have access to tools needed.  Knowledge of drones would be ideal, though not mandatory. Contact Will Russell-Shapiro at willrshapiro@gmail.com
The role’s primary responsibility is the installation and onsite service support of optical fiber machinery equipment. You will work collaboratively with other technicians and engineers to obtain project acceptance at installation sites mainly in Asia. Candidate should have good understanding of general construction, assembly and connectivity concept. Contact Jeffrey Lee at jlee@asisilicamachinery.com
You are invited to imagine innovative ideas for a product or a service that uses Artificial Intelligence to make the difference and shape the future. The winning teams will have the chance to come to Paris and pitch their project to top CEOs, directors and employees. Every member of the first team will also win a trip to the destination of their choice (worth €1,000). Submit a 3 to 5-slide PowerPoint presentation of your solution before June 4th, on https://www.agorize.com/en.
This internship is in the field of civil engineering mostly relevant to the students that are interested in the construction side of this practice. This is a perfect first internship for young students with no previous internship experience, probably students of sophomores level. This internship will expose them to the biding process of projects, reading plans, talking to clients, going to job walks, revising on-going projects etc. Email cover letter and resume to blanco@prietoengineering.com and pollyhblanco@gmail.com
The “Code for the Mission” competition seeks to encourage UCLA Faculty, Students, and Staff to develop mobile apps that further the UCLA mission of translating research for social benefit. Initial Competition Registration Deadline is June 16, 2017. This year’s competition will have three contest categories: Education, Research, and Service. Winners from each category will receive a cash prize of $5,000.00 and placement in UCLA’s official app store. Visit http://codeforthemission.ucla.edu for more information
Applicant should be polyglot – you know at least 3 programming languages because Sensay has a mixed environment with Ruby, Python and Elixir. Candidate should be a natural leader who can fast track to CTO role. Contact Ariel Jalali at ariel@sensay.it
Applicant should be polyglot – you know at least 3 programming languages because Sensay has a mixed environment with Ruby, Python and Elixir. Candidate should be a natural leader who can grow into a manager role. Contact Ariel Jalali at ariel@sensay.it
There will be a PPG Info session at the UCLA career center on May 16, 2017 from 5:30pm—7:30pm at UCLA Career Center Third Floor, Conf. Rm. B. Selected students from Primers will be able to choose an intern- ship or co-op track giving them the opportunity to assume real responsibilities and gain work experience. Pizza and refreshments will be provided.
Candidate should be pursuing advanced degree, Bachelors, Masters or Ph.D in Electrical Engineering, Material Science, Chemistry, or Physics. Candidate should also be knowledgeable of semiconductor device physics and/or nanoelectronics, familiarity with advanced semiconductor processing technologies, and knowledge in statistical methods for experimental design and data analysis. In this position, the individual will be responsible for development of the future generation of 3D NAND flash. The work will involve electrical characterizations of flash memory chips with the goal of improving the Reliability & Performance of the Memory Cell. Contact Austin McDowell at austin.mcdowell@wdc.com and mention where you saw the internship posting.
Fresh Press Coffee is hiring a designer within the mechanical, environmental or industrial space. Mechanical engineer should have sketching, 3D modeling, and prototyping experience. As a designer you will be involved in a number of stages of product development including research, physical concept development, and rapid prototyping. The role will require at least 10-15 hours per week. Include a link to your portfolio, or send a PDF attachment to
The Veloz Group is filling unpaid summer internships in Software Engineering and Software Entrepreneurship from top computer science programs from around the country. Applicants must be pursuing a Masters or Ph.D in Computer Science, and candidates must possess strong programming skills as well as a background in web technologies and command-line Linux. Software Engineering Interns will be responsible for designing and developing new technology for existing Veloz businesses. Software Entrepreneurship Interns will divide their time between software engineering projects and activities related to the business, management and entrepreneurial components of technology start-up companies. Learn more and apply directly at www.thevelozgroup.com/internships
Silvus Technologies is seeking Embedded Software Engineering Interns to participate in design and development of StreamCaster line of MIMO mesh networking products and participate in advanced wireless systems R&D. Applicants should be proficient with C. Other possible topics include IGMP multicast and snooping and VLAN. Email resumes to jobs@silvustechnologies.com with the subject “Part Time/Internship Opportunity for Embedded Software Engineering.”
PathwaysToScience.org has 167 different postdoc and early career opportunities posted on the site, including postdoctoral fellowships, grants, travel awards, mentoring opportunities, and more. They are posted at http://pathwaystoscience.org/programs.aspx?u=Postdocs_Postdoc+%26+Early+Career&submit=y&all=all
DynaLab is looking for students who are familiar with Management information system and Android device. The job is to install robots in elderly people homes in LA area. They expect students who are able to learn the robots introduction guide and perform the installation task. Also prefer students who are passion to work with elderly people. If interested, please contact: stanley@dynalab.com.tw
Want to get paid $15,000 to pursue your own research? The Internet Research Incubator will select 12 UCLA undergraduates to win $15,000 EACH to pursue innovative research of their own design related to the internet. The application is short, and no letters of recommendation or transcripts are required. Apply by May 4th. All information including an FAQ is available at http://iri.ucla.edu.

 

April 2017 Archive

 April 2017 Archive

 

Athena are looking for an experienced WordPress and Web Developer to build the front-end/back-end of a new externally-facing app and website for C2C across the globe. Candidate should have 2+ years of experience with WordPress and PHP. The website will include payment transfers, messaging and profiles of women leaders and businesses around the world. The site interface will need to be mobile friendly. To apply, contact Vandanasnyder@gmail.com and hallie.applebaum@gmail.com
Meeting Bible Heroes Publishing needs graphic design work, but also back end computer programming and managing of the website, and assistance with email marketing blast. Email your current experience and a few samples of your work to robert@meetingbibleheroes.com
This is a full time teaching and curriculum development position. As an App Academy teacher, you will be responsible for teaching Computer Science courses at the 9th through 12th grade levels, primarily using the JavaScript programming language. Candidates should have the necessary experience required to obtain CTE Teaching Credential. Send resume and cover letter to careers.pefstem@pasedfoundation.org
Candidate should have knowledge of Objective-C and Cocoatouch framework (or willing to learn). Submit an application here. For more information, visit http://morningsignout.com/digitalrecruitment/
Candidate should have knowledge of Java and familiarity with Android Studio. Submit an application here. For more information, visit http://morningsignout.com/digitalrecruitment/
Three positions are available at the NIH Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) Center of Excellence for Biomedical Computing at UCLA. They offer compensation (with possible course credits, if eligible) based on experience. Please send your resume to admin@heartbd2k.org . Applications are open immediately and will be continuously reviewed till May 12th, 2017
On May 3, 2017, Greycroft Partners, a leading venture capital firm headquartered in Los Angeles and New York, is bringing its portfolio companies to UCLA for a day to interview select UCLA Students for full-time jobs and/or internships. Apply on BruinView by 4/19 for the position(s) you would like to interview for.
Candidate should have advanced degree in meteorology (MS or above preferred). The incumbent will provide support to EMC’s Model Evaluation Group, assisting with the group’s efforts to evaluate and verify NCEP models on the meso, synoptic, and global scales.   Areas of focus will include forecasts of heavy precipitation, winter storms, severe convection, tropical systems, aviation applications, and the large-scale circulation. Apply at https://careers-imsg.icims.com
Candidate should have Ph.D. or Masters in physics, computer science, meteorology or a related discipline. The contractor will support the Environmental Modeling Center (EMC) located in College Park, MD and the Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC) located in Boulder, Colorado. Apply at https://careers-imsg.icims.com
Candidate should have M.S. or Ph.D in Meteorology or equivalent, with an emphasis and post processing and analyzing meteorological data. Applicant would develop, test, and evaluate post processing products associated with each operational upgrade, and design, setup and execution of pre-implementation tests for periodic operational post processing upgrades. Apply at https://careers-imsg.icims.com
Candidate should have M.S. or Ph.D. in atmospheric sciences or related physical or mathematical sciences. The contractor will support the Environmental Modeling Center (EMC) of the NCEP to evaluate new and advanced physics parameterizations for the NCEP forecast models, especially for the unified modeling based on Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory (GFDL) Finite Volume Cubed Sphere (FV3) dynamic core supported by the Next Generation Global Prediction System (NGGPS) Program. Apply at https://careers-imsg.icims.com
The contractor will serve as a meteorologist developer at the Weather Prediction Center (WPC) and will have direct interaction with scientists within NOAA as well as partners outside of NOAA. Advanced degree in meteorology, hydrology or related earth science fields (MS or above preferred) Apply at https://careers-imsg.icims.com.
Applicant should have MS in Computer Science or BS with sufficient background. Solid application software development and data handling skills, ability to design and/or implement scientist’s algorithms, earth science discipline background, and creativity are all emphasized. This position will be focused on decision support tools development using a combination of numerical weather forecast results, satellite/radar/in-situ observations, and additional static and dynamic geospatial data layers (such as airspace constraints, air traffic flow, and flight schedule information etc.) and decision making thresholds.  Work location will be at IMSG HQ Office in Rockville, Maryland. Apply at: https://careers-imsg.icims.com
The LaSondra Webb Scholarship Award, established through The Pink Tea Rose Foundation, is a one-time, non-renewable $1,500 scholarship award for an underrepresented minority college/university student in engineering, with at least junior standing.
Amazon Alexa Development Team is hosting a new virtual hackathon on the MindSumo platform. For this special competition, Amazon is asking students from all over the world to use technology for good by creating a new Amazon Alexa skill that improves the sustainability or accessibility of the world around us. Students that participate will have a chance to earn cash prizes and an Amazon Echo for the best skill.
Developer will upgrade game from Unity version 3/3.5 to version 5, and calibrate the sensitivity and response delay of the joystick so gamers can move characters more fluidly without the 2 second delay. If interested, contact Guy@DreamStoneLA.com
Part time (20-30 hours/week) Lab Assistant 1 position is now open working in the School of Engineering’s Nanoelectronics Research Facility for Summer 2017 and on. You will work with a dynamic team of engineers supporting one of the School’s premier research laboratories. Work will be split about 50% between working in class 1000 cleanroom and in the office. The employment also has the potential of being extended into normal academic school quarters. Email resume to maxho@seas.ucla.edu
At The Google Games Los Angeles agents will compete against other students from UCLA, USC, and Caltech for victory in challenges that test your brains and creativity to the limit! It’s a quest of fun as teams of five go head to head in rigorous events: trivia, puzzles, word association, and coding competitions. Assemble a team of five freshman, sophomore, and or/junior students from your school (having a CS background is strongly recommended). Register individually.
Village the Game is an html5 game designed from the ground up to make every art asset, sound asset, every game rule easy to upgrade via Google Sheets. Game designer will calibrate the in-game economy, define the technology tree, and define the in-game goals and rewards. Contact Darian Hickman at (310) 439-8573 or darian.hickman@gmail.com if interested.
Throughout 3 months, you will develop skills in leadership, entrepreneurship, and professionalism by managing teen startups with coding, design thinking and the lean start-up methodology that will help you advance your career in the start-up, nonprofit and/or corporate field. You will have the opportunity to help your team pitch in front of top investors from Google, Tinder, Snapchat
and A16Z and be eligible for an internship.
Interested in working on UCLA’s first spacecraft? This NASA/NSF jointly funded nanosat project is looking to recruit for the summer and beyond with paid positions available. This is an incredible opportunity to work on an industry level project with university level mentorship. For more info, please check out our website at elfin.igpp.ucla.edu. To apply to the project, visit elfin.igpp.ucla.edu/contact/apply/ and follow the instructions there. The application deadline for spring is 11:59 PM April 8th, 2017.
Candidate should be pursuing a degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mechatronics, Robotics, or any related field with extensive coding experience. Responsibilities include programming microprocessors for consumer product based on functional requirement, and working with various sensors to access and/or process data. If interested, contact founders@noree.co
The Smart Grid Lab has a paid position available for an office assistant.  Office assistant is responsible for setting up schedules on google calendar for researchers and faculty, interfacing with visitors to lab, and other duties. Hours are flexible – estimated to be around 5-7 hours/week. Undergraduate and graduate students can apply.  Send email to info@smartgrid.ucla.edu with your bio/CV if interested.
Our ideal candidate has a background in geology, hydrology, or civil and environmental engineering. Tasks assigned will involve a mix of data analyses (groundwater budget analyses, time-series analyses), fieldwork (groundwater level collection, streamflow measurements), GIS, or hydrologic analyses (hydraulic modeling, reservoir operations). Please email your resume and statement of interest to: WA Human Resources at wahuman.resources@scwa.ca.gov
SummitWorks Technologies is providing training in Java Technologies and this training duration will be around  8 weeks. After completing training, they will place you on the client on a project. They can provide project support to the junior level developers who recently completed training and got placed in a job. Candidate should have knowledge of any programming i.e C, C++, Java. .net etc. Contact Nitin Pandey at nitin.pandey@summitworks.com
An invitation only, multi-day, all-expense paid coding experience for female students hosted at an executive home in the heart of Silicon Valley. Attendees will join a team of likeminded female students ready to make an impact and tackle a technical challenge that will give back to the community, as well as experience VMware’s 100-acre campus, network with industry leaders and exchange ideas with top technical minds. Learn more and apply at https://vmware.beamery.com/events/codehouse
Seeking candidates who are able to provide a 2 year commitment. Our research program focuses on studies related to cancer and aging, exploring the unique issues that older adults face when undergoing cancer treatment. The research assistant manages multiple research protocols to assure efficiency and regulatory compliance of the protocol. Must attend clinic and play an active role in patient recruitment. If interested in the position, please forward your resume, cover letter, and recent transcript to ahurria@coh.org and vkatheria@coh.org.
City of Hope is seeking a candidate who is fluent in Spanish and able to provide 2 year commitment. The research program focuses on studies related to cancer and aging, exploring the unique issues that older adults face when undergoing cancer treatment. The research assistant manages multiple research protocols to assure efficiency and regulatory compliance of the protocol. If interested in the position, please forward your resume, cover letter, and recent transcript to ahurria@coh.org and vkatheria@coh.org. For more information, please visit: http://chm.tbe.taleo.net/chm04/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=CITYOFHOPE&cws=1&rid=8370
AEi has an immediate need for a sharp electrical engineer (GPA > 3.6) with extensive knowledge of either OrCAD Capture/PSpice AND analog power circuit design (DC‐DC converters), RF tools (ADS) or digital simulation tools (Hyperlynx)! Flexible hours and excellent pay! AEi is an engineering services firm looking for someone to do various engineering tasks including ANALOG, DIGITAL, or RF circuit ANALYSIS AND SIMULATION, SPICE modeling of power electronics components, and hands‐on lab work. Please call or email ASAP if interested. Send resume to Charles Hymowitz at Charles@aeng.com or call 310‐216‐1144.
The Easton Technology Management Center offers a unique, six-week Summer Institute so you can explore tech leadership by focusing on innovation, product development, data management, data analytics, and leadership through communications. It is led by UCLA Anderson, a top-ranked business school and valued resource to the tech industry. Learn more at http://www.anderson.ucla.edu/tech-summer

 

March 2017 Archive

 March 2017 Archive

 

Cedars-Sinai is looking to immediately recruit Research Associate (RA) Level I (Bachelor degree required) and Research Interns (undergraduate students) full time or part time multiple positions at flexible levels for a range of background and skills (Electronic, Mechanical, Biomedical, Physics, etc) for Next Generation MRI Coils Prototyping. If interested, contact Han Hui at hui.han@cshs.org
The program is designed for individuals interested in pursuing professional careers in construction/infrastructure/transportation industry. The program is a seven week course which consists of seven seminars held once a week every Thursday (seminars are four hours long and are divided into two hour segments). The program will start on September 22 and end on November 3. The seminars will be held every Thursday from 6 to 9 pm at LATTC campus in downtown LA.To apply, send resume to info@cexcellenceacademy.com and register at cexcellenceacademy.com.
The Biometrics Research Intern will be involved with assisting the Technology and Innovations teams in designing and performing experiments, participant trials, extractions and pre-processing of data captured as part of Screen Engine/ASI’s biomedical research. Candidates are expected to be proficient in R or Python (R preferably), familiarity with experiment design and protocol, and comfortable interacting with trial participants while preparing them for physiological data capture. If interested, contact Amy Laue at alaue@screenengineasi.com
The webpage, http://curtiscenter.math.ucla.edu/, is maintained using Drupal so the candidate should be familiar with Drupal (or a similar website content management programs such as WordPress).  Additionally, the consultant should know some basic HTML and CSS in order to maintain the fronted of the website. Send a brief resume listing any relevant experience and skills to Michelle Sidwell at michellesidwell@math.ucla.edu
Candidate will work on the processing and analysis of next generation whole-genome sequencing data of two songbird strains. Candidate should have experience with running programs from the command line, shell scripting, using a cluster, writing programs/scripts in C/C++, Perl, or Python to parse large files, and using R. Some background on genetic variation and interest in population genetics are major plus. Opportunity is for Spring and Summer 2017 and beyond. Contact madzayasodara@ucla.edu if interested.
The Hire UCLA Ambassadors are a new team of student staff whose mission is to increase the career readiness of the UCLA student body, most specifically around seeking and gaining work experience before graduation. A minimum commitment to work 8-10 hours per week during the Spring 2017 quarter is required with the option to work during Summer and/or continue in Fall. Apply on BruinView, Job ID: 942535
Alibaba Group has summer internship opportunities in China that they are recruiting for.  Deadline to apply is 4/21. Apply directly on BruinView.  For any specific questions, you can contact Kate Zhao at campus@alibaba-inc.com.
Ph.D. candidates in Physics, Chemistry, Materials Science, Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or related fields are encouraged to apply. Criteria for selection include: a strong academic record, demonstrated experimental and data analysis expertise, superior critical thinking skills, an ability to drive and take responsibility for projects and a solid peer-reviewed publication record. Experience using and maintaining scientific equipment is preferred. Semiconductor processing experience is not mandatory. Interested candidates should email resumes to CMPHiring@intel.com
WindAid is a non-profit focused on building wind turbines with developing communities in Peru to provide them with clean and renewable energy solutions while addressing the effects of climate change. WindAid is based in Trujillo, Peru and build both 2.5 kW and 500 Watt wind turbines for small communities and families that are part of some 7 million people in Peru living with no access to grid electricity. Volunteers get hands-on experience in all steps of designing, building and installing a wind turbine as part of a team. They gain expertise in such materials and processes as: carbon fiber, fiberglass, resin composites, steel structures and welding, electrical systems, aerodynamics, and much more; all the while getting to experience the life and cultures of Peru.
General job duties include handling incoming calls from facilities, patients, reps, entering data into various databases and verifying insurance and benefits. Candidate should have BA/BS from accredited University, and Knowledge of Microsoft Office. If interested, send resume to hpeckos@intelli-heart.com
General job duties include handling incoming calls from patients, nurses, physicians, scanning ECG/EKG, and keeping track of equipment and sending out orders. Candidate should have BA/BS from accredited University. If interested, send resume to hpeckos@intelli-heart.com
As a Demo Engineer at Box, you will gain exposure to a variety of business models in a pre-sales environment. Lead the creation and development of new strategic tools and assets, learning transferable skills that will benefit a career in Product, Engineering, Sales and more. Work directly with Sales to blow our customers’ minds. Communicate customer feature requests/requirements back to Product, influencing the roadmap of one the fastest growing SAAS companies in history.
UC Davis Summer Abroad offers UCLA students the opportunity to earn 8 units of UC credit in just four weeks—while studying on another country! All programs are open to all students, from freshmen to graduating seniors. For full program information, including courses and program dates, visit  https://studyabroad.ucdavis.edu/programs/summerabroad/index.html
The Office of Science Graduate Student Research (SCGSR) program is accepting applications. SCGSR prepares graduate students for STEM careers critically important to the DOE Office of Science mission, by providing graduate thesis research opportunities at DOE laboratories. The SCGSR program provides supplemental awards to outstanding U.S. graduate students to pursue part of their graduate thesis research at a DOE laboratory in areas that address scientific challenges central to the Office of Science mission. The research opportunity is expected to advance the graduate students’ overall doctoral thesis, while providing access to the expertise, resources, and capabilities available at the DOE laboratories. For more information and/or to apply: https://science.energy.gov/wdts/scgsr/
CC Mobile Ventures is seeking a developer familiar with real-time chat systems, geo-positioning, video chat functionality and various user interactions. Applicant should be pursuing BS degree in Computer Science, Engineering or a related subject. Contact ccmobileventures@gmail.com
Professor Akihiro Nishi (ph.ucla.edu/faculty/nishi) in the Department of Epidemiology is looking to hire one graduate/undergraduate student researcher (GSR or other categories) to help him to implement his online social network experiments regarding physical activity, economic inequality, cooperation, and happiness. The specific tasks include smartphone app development (either iOS or Android) based on various APIs and our Groovy-based open network experiment platform (breadboard.yale.edu). Excellent computer engineering skills – especially, one or more years of experience in app development are preferred. Send a CV and an one-page cover letter to akihironishi@ucla.edu
The Insight Data Fellows Programs are tuition-free professional Fellowships for students and postdocs looking to transition to careers in data science, health data science, data engineering, or artificial intelligence. The Fellowship is a 7 week, full-time, post-graduate training Fellowship leading to full-time industry employment. Candidate will receive mentorship from leading industry data scientists, data engineers, and AI experts. Direct questions to info@insightdatascience.com
The FAA has several opening for the following Electrical Engineer and Airway transportation specialist. The current openings are in located in multiple locations and Divisions of the Federal Aviation Administration.
Applicant should have ability to do analytics or modeling work in languages such as R, Python, Java, etc. Candidate must be able to work in Los Angeles for 10-16 weeks over the summer of 2017, and must be enrolled in a full-time degree program and returning to the program in 2017. You will report to and be mentored by the Lead Data Scientist at Heal. Visit heal.com for more information. Please contact jesse@heal.com for more information
Heal job board: https://boards.greenhouse.io/heal
Data Science internships: https://boards.greenhouse.io/heal/jobs/626889
Engineering internships: https://boards.greenhouse.io/heal/jobs/626895
Marketing Internships: https://boards.greenhouse.io/heal/jobs/627105

Applications are invited from qualified and motivated undergraduate students (rising sophomores, juniors and seniors) from all U.S. colleges/universities to participate in a 10-week (May 21-July 28, 2017) summer research in interdisciplinary water science and engineering at Virginia Tech. The research internship includes a stipend of $500/week, housing (two persons per room), meals, and travel expenses.
Applicants pursuing a Bachelors, Masters, or Ph.D in Computer Science are preferred, and candidates must possess strong programming skills as well as a background in web technologies and command-line Linux. Software Engineering Interns will be responsible for designing and developing new technology for existing Veloz businesses. Software Entrepreneurship Interns will divide their time between software engineering projects and activities related to the business, management and entrepreneurial components of technology start-up companies. Learn more and apply directly at www.thevelozgroup.com/internships

 

February 2017 Archive

 February 2017 Archive

 

AirShareVR is looking for interns for the following positions: Unity engineer(s), Unreal engineer, iOS/Android engineer, and User Interface Designer. Apply at https://goo.gl/forms/t0dYzX8w0r8I3Sof2
Medtronic has a pilot program that they are launching in early 2017 which is geared toward increasing the pipeline of female STEM talent who would be interested in returning from a career break. This pilot program will be a six month contract position with the goal of turning into a full time role. Visit http://www.medtronic.com/us-en/about/careers/career-development/careers-for-professional-engineers.html for more information
With funding by the National Science Foundation Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program, NYIT is recruiting ten undergraduates to conduct research with faculty in the research area of security of mobile devices and wireless networks for 10 weeks during summer (May 31st – August 4, 2017). Students must be at the Junior level or above. Participants will receive $5,000 as stipend plus lodging, food and travel expense allowance. Applications are due by February 28, 2017. Students may apply at: www.nyit.edu/reu

Internship: The Burg – Front-End Engineer
The Burg is an LA based civic tech company that makes finding out about what is going on in your community much easier: stay abreast of local news, start petitions, raise money, engage your reps, and volunteer all from a single platform. Candidate should have iOS and Web dev experience. Visit burg.io for more information or contact Matt Pell at matt@burg.io
The Burg is an LA based civic tech company that makes finding out about what is going on in your community much easier: stay abreast of local news, start petitions, raise money, engage your reps, and volunteer all from a single platform. Canddiate should have experience (preferred) knowledge of various back-end frameworks (react, javascript, etc.). Visit burg.io for more information or contact Matt Pell at matt@burg.io
SMERC is looking for an electrical engineering student who has knowledge of programming and knowledge of communication protocol, specifically Modbus and CANbus. Contact hnazari@ucla.edu if interested
The main program starts May 22. Please visit https://www.nist.gov/sites/default/files/documents/2016/12/08/approved_2017_surf_nofo_2.pdf for more information
The Big Data Researcher will build the basic environment and technological framework for educational data analysis and undertake educational data needs analysis, data collection, storage, integration, pre-processing. Big Data Researcher should have Ph.D. degree (or Master’s degree) in math, statistics, computer, educational technology and other related fields, and be familiar with statistics and data mining, machine learning, artificial intelligence, especially some commonly used analytical methods, such as correlation analysis, classification and prediction, cluster analysis, regression analysis, time series analysis. Send documents to hr-aicfe@bnu.edu.cn
AI Researcher will carry out data mining for learners’ behavioral characteristics, knowledge structure characteristics, literacy features, with the help of machine learning methods, and undertake modeling for educational predictive issues, and systematic back testing. Candidate should have Ph.D. degree (or Master’s degree) in AI and related fields, and solid theoretical research backgrounds in Artificial Intelligence, machine learning, natural language processing and etc. Send documents to hr-aicfe@bnu.edu.cn
Yobs Technologies is looking for a motivated UCLA student to join its experienced team of entrepreneurs and engineers. This position is for Machine learning engineer to rapid prototype features based on proprietary IP related to sentiment analysis on video, social media personality analysis, building a classification bot to make simple predictions on job interview outcomes and more. Candidate should be experienced with neural networks, natural language processing and complex data problems and have Bachelor’s degree or Master’s degree in Computer Science or equivalent experience. Please email questions and applications with CVs at danilo@yobstech.com
Applications are now being accepted for the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships (SURF) at Loma Linda University, in Loma Linda, California. SURF provides undergraduate scholars with an opportunity to gain hands-on biomedical research experience. This year, nine students will be accepted into the SURF program and the application deadline is Friday, April 14. SURF will begin on Monday, June 12 and run for 8 weeks. Here is the application. Visit: http://medicine.llu.edu/research/summer-research-programs/summer-undergraduate-research-fellowship-surf
The Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) posting for Pathways summer internships will be out shortly. They will be hiring many positions in engineering, computer science, mathematics and physics. These are summer positions, but there is a good chance that many of them will continue year-round. Students should go to https://www.usajobs.gov during THE WEEK OF 6-10 FEBRUARY 2017, enter the following posting numbers into the “keywords” search box, and follow instructions for submitting resumes/applications. For questions, please contact AFRL.recruiting@us.af.mil.
The Engineering Intern is responsible for supporting PXG’s R&D team with product testing, sample preparation, operating testing equipment, product quality inspections, and participating in process improvement initiatives. Candidate should be currently obtaining an undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering. Email Kirsten Burton at KBurton@yamhholdings.com
Candidate should be 3rd or 4th year Undergraduate / Graduate Student in Computer Science. Internship will be held March 2017 – Aug. 2017. For more information, contact hr@psuca.edu. Visit www.psuca.edu
Residential Life is hiring for our student technician position (Program Support Technicians) for Fall 2017.  This position supports classes, dances, concerts and other events in the residential community. Visit https://www.orl.ucla.edu/employment/pst for more information.
Software Engineer will provide programming support to the aerosol team through web development for VIIRS and GOES-16 ABI data/products distribution, dissemination, and visibility. Other responsibilities include supporting mobile friendly web development through coding in php, java/python scripting to display SNPP VIIRS and GOES-16 ABI aerosol and fire products. Apply at www.imsg.com.
Professor Akihiro Nishi (ph.ucla.edu/faculty/nishi) in the Department of Epidemiology is looking to hire multiple graduate/undergraduate student researchers (GSR or other categories) to help him to implement his online social network experiments regarding economic inequality, cooperation, and happiness. The web-based social network experiments will result in several studies that he plans to write with the obtained data. The specific tasks include the website development using Amazon Web Services (EC2 server and Mechanical Turk), HTML, Java, and a Groovy-based open network experiment platform (breadboard.yale.edu). send a CV and an one-page cover letter to akihironishi@ucla.edu
If you are interested please send resumes to rachel.bierner@bankofamerica.com or ofa_gis_summer_internship@bankofamerica.com. The internship description can be found here:  https://bankcampuscareers.tal.net/vx/brand-4/candidate/so/pm/1/pl/1/opp/52-Global-Technology-Developer-Summer-Analyst-Program/en-GB.
At the end of February, we will be selecting one winner from each campus to join SVP Gulbranson, President Napolitano, and three well-known VCs for lunch. This is an amazing opportunity for any entrepreneur! Current students, faculty, and staff must submit a video by February 28, 2017, to be eligible for selection. Visit https://www.universityofcalifornia.edu/news/silicon-valley-thought-leaders-buoy-i-am-uc-entrepreneur-campaign
The Grand Challenges for Engineering range from advances to ensure sustainable life on the planet, to improving health outcomes for individuals through engineering, to addressing threats to our security generated by humans or nature, to engineering that amazes us in the way it improves our quality of life. Registration is open for the 3rd Global Grand Challenges Summit on July 18 to 20, 2017 in Washington DC. Visit http://ggcs2017.org/ for the GGCS website and to register. If you have any questions please contact info@ggcs2017.org
Cloud Security Engineer will be the primary point of contact for all escalations, and will work with customers, Sales Engineers, Customer Success Managers to report issues to engineering. Candidate should have 2+ years of experience in supporting enterprise customers. Cisit netskope.com for more information. To apply, email Netania Naik at netania@netskope.com and put “Cloud Security – UCLA” in the subject line.
Candidate is required to have BS in Chemical Engineering. The Management Trainee program is focused on the Ops Americas business unit of DSM Nutritional Products. The program is a six year commitment with a rotation consisting of three individual sites across the United States and culminating with a management career path. The candidate will receive training and performs duties in multiple departments such as Improve Plant, Process Engineering, Quality, Purchasing, Accounts Payable, Finance, DICI, SHE, and Human Resources.
The UC Institute of Prediction Technology (UCIPT) is a big data institute that leverages social technologies to predict human behaviors and outcomes based out of UCLA (http://predictiontechnology.ucla.edu/). Available projects require minimal programming experience but can increase in technical difficulty given coding experience. Specifically, you will be working on geolocation and chrono-location data and defining or “labeling” of tweets by parsing words and phrases. The time commitment can be discussed but will require a minimum of 5 hours a week. If you’re interested, you contact gvartanian@mednet.ucla.edu.
Symbiont is currently seeking a PhD in Civil/Environmental Engineering with one to ten years of experience involving the modeling and design of industrial and municipal wastewater treatment plants. Experience or research with biological treatment systems, including anaerobic systems designed for nutrient removal is required. Assignments will involve water and wastewater treatment planning, process modeling, process selection, design, construction engineering, startup assistance, and operations assistance/troubleshooting. Qualified candidates should submit resume and cover letter via email to resumes@symbiontonline.com
Lockheed Martin Radio Frequency (RF) Engineering is holding campus interviews. Candidates should be EE majors and be June 2017 grads. Those selected will get Job offers with compensation that evening! Interviews are held March 10, 2017, 9:00PM to 4:00PM. Please drop your resume via Bruin View under Lockheed Martin RF Engineering interviews ASAP.
The Operations intern role is focused on tasks and projects as they relate to the facility’s production planning department. Must be a current college student in a Junior or Senior status working toward a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering, Business, or a discipline within a university’s school of Business.

 

January 2017 Archive

 January 2017 Archive

 

Balance Position is looking for a software engineer with a focus on mobile development. You’ll architect and build the entire technology stack working side-by-side with our leadership team. They are developing for iOS first so the associated disciplines are most important right now include JavaScript, Swift, Xcode. Currently, they are building an app that will help collegiate student athletes proactively manage their mental health. The app’s functionality includes behavior and data tracking, coping tools (including mindfulness training), and connecting the student athletes with important people in their support networks. Send your resume and any portfolio/list of apps you’ve developed to: recruiter@balanceposition.com or karastroup@balanceposition.com.
The University of California, San Diego is currently taking applications for a 10-week paid summer undergraduate Engineering internship! The UC San Diego Engineers for Exploration program is a full-time research experience that provides the unique experience of developing technology to drive future exploration. You will be working and collaborating with explorers and conservationists at organizations such as the San Diego Zoo, National Geographic, El Zotz Maya Archaeological Site, Hubbs SeaWorld Research Institute, California Wolf Center, and Scripps Institution of Oceanography. For more information, please visit our website: http://e4e.ucsd.edu
Applicants must have completed their sophomore year by the start of summer 2017 and have a minimum GPA of 3.0. Toshiba-Westinghouse Undergraduate Fellows Program is a 10-week paid summer program. Students will work closely with a faculty mentor on a state-of-the-art nuclear research project. The program runs from May 30—August 4, 2017.  Fellows will receive a $6000 stipend as well as on-campus housing. We will accept applications until January 31, 2017.
Our team at the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability has developed an air quality app (https://www.uclahealth.org/Pages/AirForU-App.aspx). An Android developer is needed to fix a few bugs and make minor changes to the app. Contact Aanchal Kohli at aanchal.kkohli@gmail.com with your resume/CV.
Undergraduate students receive a stipend of $600 per week for ten weeks plus travel expenses. Graduate students receive a stipend of $700 per week for ten weeks plus travel expenses. Areas of research include engineering, computer science, mathematics, physics, chemistry, environmental science, and more. Apply at https://www.zintellect.com/Posting/Details/2828
On January 17th, we have an open-house here at the CNSI that we are calling, Explore CNSI Day. The day is geared toward highlighting the three main areas of the institute: education, entrepreneurship and technology. We are trying to make the community of graduate students and postdocs more aware of the opportunities here at the CNSI by having them come meet our community of researches and educators, take tours of the facilities, take part in our raffle for prizes and end the day in our lobby for an evening mixer. Eventbrite: bit.ly/explorecnsi
Sandia National Laboratories has 5 immediate opportunities for December or Spring graduates in our Albuquerque, NM facility. They are seeking MS EE’s with interest in Electronics for Physical Securities applications. This includes Electrical Engineers with interests in: Power, Sensors, Networking, RF and Electromagnetics. Interested applicants may apply: ww.sandia.gov/careers at requisitions 654903 (Electrical Sensing) and 655650 (Power). These positions require the ability to obtain and maintain a Q level DOE clearance, thus requiring US Citizenship at time of hire.
Candidate should be undergraduate student majoring in science, math, or engineering. The REU program is a multi-disciplinary program with research opportunities in Materials Science and Engineering, Materials Chemistry, Electrical/Computer Engineering, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, and Computer Science. It is a 10 week summer research program (May 30 – Aug 4th). Apply at SPACT-CENTER.ORG/REU
Are you looking for a summer internship? Are you wondering if graduate school is a good fit? Come learn about the NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program that offers paid summer internships in academic labs across the US. Infosession will occur on Jan 23, 4-5pm in the Tesla Room. Information about the NSF REU site at the UCLA Wireless Health Institute will also be provided.
Evening with Industry (EWI) is UCLA’s largest student-run networking event, hosted exclusively by the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) during the Winter quarter. It boasts an attendance of over 30 companies and 250 students annually. Company representatives and students alike enjoy the unique networking style this event provides – the night begins with networking over appetizers, after which students enjoy connecting over a 3-course meal with representatives from a company they are interested in. The night then ends with a private career fair where students can network with the other companies in attendance. The event takes place on February 2 at 5:30pm in Carnesale Commons.
Candidate should have coursework towards a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Computer Science, Engineering or a related technical discipline, and experience with scripting. The intern will design applications and solutions to support the development and enhancement of our next-gen products as well as participate in code reviews to improve your programming skills and follow common code practices. Submit your resume to your University’s careers site or Careers@itg.com with Software Development Summer Analyst in the subject.
The program encompasses two Interdisciplinary Research Groups studying materials composed of atomically precise low-dimensional building blocks: two-dimensional atomic sheets and zero-dimensional molecular clusters. Benefits include $4000 stipend. The program is held from May 30, 2017 to August 4, 2017. Apply at mrsec.columbia.edu/reu.
USJ is an annual journal that publishes undergraduate research and review work. The journal is created in its entirety by undergraduate students and seeks to promote and encourage undergraduate research. USJ provides a great opportunity for you to experience the publishing and critique processes, while still allowing the article to be eligible for submission to other journals later, since faculty and students retain copyright of the material. The submission deadline has been extended to FRIDAY, Jan. 20th @ 11:59pm. Please visit http://uclausj.weebly.com/ for more details, and contact usjucla@gmail.com if you have any questions.
Student programmer for campus team working on VSim, a real-time interactive interface for 3D models of cultural heritage sites. Experience with Qt Widgets and C++ required. Twenty hours per week through the school year would be ideal, but they’re open to negotiation (and there’s the possibility of full-time summer employment). Salary commensurate with experience, with a minimum of $25 per hour. Send resumes to Lisa Snyder at UCLA’s Institute for Digital Research and Education (lms@idre.ucla.edu).
Stink Studios is looking for an Experienced Django Developer to lead development of a content platform API. As a member of the Stinkdigital team, you’ll work alongside Technical staff to architect and build an API-centric content platform. This position is for a 6-10 week engagement. Priority will be given to Developers that can work out of our Los Angeles office. Applicants should have at least 3+ years experience in a backend or full-stack developer role. When applying, please include links to projects and relevant source code examples. Contact: chandler.mcwilliams@stinkstudios.com
Please review the latest mechanical engineering projects from MindSumo. MindSumo partners with employers to create projects that you can complete to get work experience, win prizes, and be hired for jobs and internships. Questions can be directed to aaron@mindsumo.com.
Simplify construction telematics installations – https://www.mindsumo.com/contests/electric-cabinets
How can we integrate “electrical” to our cabinet manufacturing process? – https://www.mindsumo.com/contests/construction-telematics
The Insight Data Fellows Programs are tuition-free professional Fellowships for students and postdocs looking to transition to careers in data science, health data science, data engineering, or artificial intelligence. The Fellowship is a 7 week, full-time, post-graduate training Fellowship leading to full-time industry employment. Candidate will receive mentorship from leading industry data scientists, data engineers, and AI experts. Direct questions to info@insightdatascience.com
UCLA ELFIN Cubesat Mission wishes to reach out with a job posting for students studying CS at UCLA. The Electron Losses and Fields Investigation (ELFIN) is a 3U+ CubeSat mission under development by the Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences department at UCLA. ELFIN will explore the mechanisms responsible for the loss of relativistic electrons from the radiation belts.  ELFIN is funded jointly by the NSF CubeSat and NASA LCAS programs and has been a participant in the AFRL’s University Nanosatellite Program. Applicants should be knowledgeable in C and Python and should have experience with embedded systems and/or interfacing software with hardware. Email application (http://elfin.igpp.ucla.edu/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/LastNameFirstName_ELFIN_CubeSat_Project_Application_YearQuarter1.pdf) to elfin@igpp.ucla.edu.
The REU is an 8 week summer program in the Applied Mathematics group at UCLA.  Students will have the opportunity to join an active research group with projects in image processing, control theory, fluid dynamics, mathematical biology and medicine, mathematics of crime, computer graphics, and other topics.  For more information and application, here is the website for students to apply to the summer REU:  https://www.mathprograms.org/db/programs/537. We have spots for 20 students and are applying for funding for additional students.  Priority for the 20 slots will be given to local students who might have interest to continue the research after the summer.
The Veloz Group is filling summer internships in Software Engineering and Software Entrepreneurship. Applicants pursuing a Bachelors, Masters, or Ph.D in Computer Science are preferred, and candidates must possess strong programming skills as well as a background in web technologies and command-line Linux. Priority will be given to candidates well-versed in PHP, HTML, CSS, Javascript, SQL and Photoshop. Learn more and apply directly at www.thevelozgroup.com/internships
A talk titled “The Adventure of an Engineer: From Black Holes, High Power Lasers and Detectors of Extra-Solar Planets to the Beginning of the Universe” will be given in the Rice Room (BH 6764) January 26 from 4:30 – 6:00 pm and seating will be on a first come, first serve basis. Contact Will Courtney in the Engineering External Affairs Office at wcourtney@support.ucla.edu if you have any questions.
Candidate should have BS and/or MS in mechanical, biological, or similar engineering field. The Jr. Development Engineer in the Di Carlo Lab will primarily work under the supervision of a senior PhD student to perform high-throughput drug screens using a novel phenotypic assay developed at UCLA. Key responsibilities include fabrication and assembly of
biological assay components using advanced microfabrication techniques, processing image data using proprietary software and maintaining sensitive cell cultures. Contact Ivan for more information: pushivan9@gmail.com
Columbia Business School (CBS) is seeking outstanding applicants for the 2017 Summer Research Internship program.  The highly selective program provides an intellectually stimulating environment and exposes the students to the world of business research. The internship program is designed for undergraduate students in their sophomore or junior year and first-year Masters students. The program runs from May 30, 2017 – August 4, 2017 (tentative dates).  On-campus housing and a stipend will be provided. Apply at http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/faculty-research/research/job-opportunities/summer-research-internship
Candidate should have Bachelor’s degree in an Information Technology related field with two-three (2-3) years of related work experience within a medium to large enterprise environment. Candidate will handle local area network administrative responsibilities in a Windows 7/10 workstation environment, and a Windows 2003-2012 server environment. Candidate will also provide timely and quality PC hardware and software support with a high degree of customer satisfaction. Apply at: www.imsg.com
Research Support Scientist will work at NOAA’s Environmental Modeling Center (EMC) of the National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) located in College Park, MD.  The successful candidate will support the EMC in transitioning research and development work related to ensemble and probabilistic forecasting into operational use. Position requires a Ph.D. or M.S. (with relevant experience) in Atmospheric Science, or a related physical or applied mathematical science. Apply at https://careers-imsg.icims.com
Research Scientist will support NOAA/NESDIS/Center for Satellite Applications Research (STAR). Candidate will support the intensive post-launch validation of aerosol and radiation budget data from the Advanced Baseline Imager onboard the R-series of the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES-R). Apply at https://careers-imsg.icims.com
Support Scientist will work at the Ocean Prediction Center of NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) in College Park, MD. The candidate will work within the Ocean Application Branch of the Ocean Prediction Center (OPC). This position requires a PhD (post-doctoral) or M.S. in meteorology or atmospheric science, with a strong background in generating or manipulating data for application. Apply at https://careers-imsg.icims.com
Support Scientist will work at the Ocean Prediction Center of NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) in College Park, MD. The candidate will work within the Ocean Application Branch of the Ocean Prediction Center (OPC). This position requires a B.S. or M.S. in atmospheric science, with a strong background in generating or manipulating data for application. Apply at https://careers-imsg.icims.com
Must hold a degree in writing, journalism, environmental science, or related fields, with 5+ years of experience for a B.S., 2+ years of experience for a M.S., or a Ph.D. This scientific writer/editor position is to provide communications support to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Satellite and Information Service Headquarters (HQ) Communications Team, primarily in support of www.nesdis.noaa.gov. Apply at https://careers-imsg.icims.com
Candidate will support NOAA/NESDIS/STAR through NPROVS and the LTM of JPSS EDR products by providing support on routine acquisition and processing of radiosonde report files, as well as providing monitoring support to EDR imagery products and take corrective action as needed. Apply at https://careers-imsg.icims.com
University of the Armed Forces Munich invites applications for a doctoral researcher position in the field of formal methods in control. Candidate should have MSc degree (or equivalent, giving access to doctoral studies) in Electrical Engineering, Mathematics, Computer Science, or a related field. Students about to complete their MSc will also be considered. The successful candidate is expected to advance theory of as well as computational methods for abstraction-based controller synthesis, to a degree that facilitates routine, fully automated, practical application of the approach to nonlinear continuous-state plants and complex specifications. The focus is on synthesis algorithms that are both efficient and formally correct. Email application to gunther2014@reiszig.de
The Portland Technology Development (PTD) group of Intel Corporation currently has openings for Ph.D.s to support/direct R&D of advanced processing methods. Candidates hired for these positions will be responsible for developing the next generation of Intel’s microprocessors. Ph.D. candidates in Chemical Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Materials Science, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or related fields are encouraged to apply. Interested candidates should email resumes to dandu.p.veera@intel.com
Symbiont is currently seeking a PhD in Civil/Environmental Engineering with one to ten years of experience involving the modeling and design of industrial and municipal wastewater treatment plants. Experience or research with biological treatment systems, including anaerobic systems designed for nutrient removal is required. Assignments will involve water and wastewater treatment planning, process modeling, process selection, design, construction engineering, startup assistance, and operations assistance/troubleshooting. Qualified candidates should submit resume and cover letter via email to resumes@symbiontonline.com
Candidate should have BA/BS in computer science, engineering or related major. Engineer will develop, test and maintain in-house FRAK (Firmware Reverse Analysis Konsole) framework, as well as scale reverse engineering and binary analysis toolchain towards a cloud-based infrastructure. Send resume to nicole@redballoonsecurity.com
Earn 8 units in 4 weeks while studying abroad this summer! UC Davis has 38 faculty-led programs in 25 countries scheduled for summer 2017! Visit: https://studyabroad.ucdavis.edu/programs/summerabroad/index.html
AI Researcher should have a good understanding of academic AI and/or game AI and the motivation to tackle and solve hard problems in algorithm and system architecture. AI Engineer should have experience with modern game AI decision making and navigation models, with a clear understanding of their tradeoffs and impact on performance. Apply at http://www.topcareer.jp/inter/job/detail/001830/ and http://www.topcareer.jp/inter/job/detail/001828/
Candidate should have at least 8 years of post-bachelor (Ph.D. + work) experience in advanced lithography and analysis techniques. A highly qualified engineer is needed to work on the product R&D team, and will be responsible for innovation and production of micro-/nanoscale vacuum electronic devices using the company’s groundbreaking technology and processes. Particular focus will be on developing fabrication processes compatible with low workfunction materials and developing devices with nanoscale features and high dielectric breakdown strength. Apply at https://modernelectron.com/careers/semiconductor-process-engineer/
Candidate should have B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, Material Science, Metallurgy, Applied Physics, Electrical Engineering or related field. A highly qualified engineer will join the R&D team to be responsible for innovation and production of devices using the company’s state of the art technology and processes. Particular focus will be on implementing high temperature (>900°C) materials to develop high vacuum packaged devices that maintain functionality under large temperature gradients. Familiarity with both metals and ceramics operating in this temperature regime is a requirement. Apply at https://modernelectron.com/careers/materials-engineer-high-temperature/
B.S. in Physics, Electrical Engineering, Chemistry, Materials Science, or related field. A highly qualified materials engineer is needed to work on the product R&D team, and will be responsible for innovation and production of vacuum electronic devices using the company’s groundbreaking technology and processes. Particular focus will be on integrating nanoscale device architectures with low workfunction materials. Apply at https://modernelectron.com/careers/materials-engineer-low-work-function/
Candidate should have PhD in Physics, Plasma Physics, or related field. A highly qualified computational physicist is needed to work on the product R&D team, and will be responsible for simulation and design of electronic devices using the company’s groundbreaking technology and processes. Particular focus will be on developing and applying advanced computational methods and tools for electron beam dynamics simulations, and studying the interaction of low-energy vacuum electrons and ions with nanoscale device architectures. Apply at https://modernelectron.com/careers/computational-physicist/
Candidate should have Ph.D. or equivalent in Physics, Electrical Engineering, Applied Physics, Physical Chemistry, or related field. A highly-qualified scientist is needed to work on the product R&D team, and will be responsible for innovation, testing, and production of vacuum microelectronics & nanoelectronic devices using the company’s cutting edge technology and processes.  Particular focus will be on designing, simulating, and testing nanoscale and microscale vacuum electronic components and electron beam systems. Apply at https://modernelectron.com/careers/rd-scientist-electron-beam/
Modern Electron has an immediate opening for a thermal and mechanical engineer with experience in high temperature thermal management for nano- or microscale devices. The engineer will be responsible for every step in the lifecycle of our high temperature (>700°C) thermal management solutions, including conception/design, fabrication, and validation, followed by iteration and ultimately positioning designs for manufacturing. Candidate should have at least 6 years of post-bachelor (Ph.D. + work) experience with design, fabrication, and test of microscale thermal management solutions. Apply at https://modernelectron.com/careers/thermal-mechanical-engineer/
Candidate should have B.S. or M.S. in Physics, Chemistry, Materials Science, Electrical Engineering. A highly qualified engineer will join the R&D team and work on the innovation of devices using the company’s state of the art technology and processes. Particular focus will be on laboratory electronics and automation, design and maintenance of vacuum systems, and characterization of nanomaterials. Apply at https://modernelectron.com/careers/junior-rd-engineer-scientist/

 

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