IN THE NEWS

Opportunities in cybersecurity
There are two good reasons to study cybersecurity, says Zander Work, a freshman in computer science at Oregon State University. The first reason? Opportunity. “There is a lot of availability right now,” Work said. EECS

Meeting industry needs
In 2011, Terri Fiez saw a growing crisis for Northwest tech companies that could not find enough computer science graduates to fill their job openings. In her role as head of the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Oregon State University, she decided to meet that need by creating the country’s first online computer science program specifically designed for postbaccalaureate students. EECS

NOT NEWS, BUT OF INTEREST

The $24B solution: How Portland's tech sector fuels the local economy
More than one out of every 10 Portland area workers toils in the tech world. So reports the Computing Technology Industry Association, which, in its latest study, revealed the Portland metro area added 3,600 tech jobs last year. All told, the tech industry employs 134,200 workers. Tech jobs, according to the study, also pay significantly more than the metro area’s average private sector wage of $56,390. The average Portland tech worker makes $115,640 a year. Portland Business Journal

Intel expects to hit diversity goals by end of the year
Chip maker Intel Corp. says it's on track to reach full representation for women and underrepresented minorities within its U.S. workforce by the end of this year. However, there's one big caveat: The company’s definition of full representation means the company will have parity based on “market availability" of the skilled labor force. Portland Business Journal

OPPORTUNITIES

Engineering Job Club (Online version)
Spring term is here and if you’re graduating, there’s one more thing that just got added to your to-do list: Find a job. Wondering how you’re supposed to fit this in with classes, capstone projects, and everything else going on? Sign up for Engineering Job Club, a weekly email series that breaks the entire process down into manageable chunks. The series will help you set reminders, stay motivated, and work toward landing that engineering position you want, all on your own schedule. Register in Handshake today! Series starts April 9th, but you’re welcome to jump in at any time. Engineering Job Club sign-up

Umpqua CC Day for graduate students interested in teaching at community college
Umpqua Community College has two open faculty positons: one in engineering/computer science and one in forestry. This could be a great opportunity for any OSU grad student or alumni interested in teaching. Representatives from UCC will be on-campus Tuesday, April 17th from 10 am - 2 pm; stop by Johnson 124 if you’d like to learn more in person. Ready to apply? Search “Umpqua Community College” in Handshake to find the postings for OSU:

Spring 2018 ResiSTORE Volunteer Search
The ResiSTORE is a volunteer-run electronics store located in the basement of Dearborn Hall that serves the OSU community. The store is curated by OSU students to serve their needs, in addition to the rest of OSU's research labs other electronics needs. There are many reasons to volunteer! They range from after-hours access to the store for your own projects to learning about electronics (from customers and fellow volunteers), to input into the future of the store itself. Student volunteers are critical to the operation of the store. Volunteering is fun, easy, educational, and it looks great on scholarship applications and resumes! A typical volunteer may work in the store for only one or two hours per week, although more is certainly welcome.

Experience Oregon Tech
Thursday, April 12 | 3:45 pm to 7:30 pm | Corvallis/Eugene | Free (dinner included)
One bus. Two stops. Unlimited opportunities. Experience Oregon Technology is a Technology Association of Oregon (TAO) initiative that brings top students from Oregon Colleges and Universities together with premier technology companies in the state. This program introduces students (at no cost) to Oregon’s large and growing tech industry, everything from the exciting startup scene to global leaders in technology. Students who participate will tour industry companies and network with CEOs, CIOs, HR managers, Marketing Managers, Business Development Managers, Project Mangers, programmers, designers, and interns – the entire spectrum of roles. Students will learn about the culture of these companies and get a huge head start on the many internships and jobs available there.

Call for Posters – Sun Grant Festival at OSU150
The Sun Grant Festival component of Oregon State University’s 150-year anniversary celebration will run from April 9 – 20, 2018. One of the festival activities is a symposium dealing with alternative fuels and related technologies. The symposium is slated for Monday, April 16, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The symposium will feature oral presentations from nationally recognized experts in the field along with poster presentations that emphasize past and present work done at OSU. The audience for this symposium is expected to include colleagues, peer scientists, OSU officials, state/federal representatives, and the inquisitive public. Please register for poster presentations by 5:00 p.m. Monday April 9.

Tech Industry solves community challenges at Hack for a Cause
Friday, April 6 - Sunday, April 8 | Downtown Athletic Club, Eugene
The Technology Association of Oregon (TAO) in the Southern Willamette Valley is pleased to announce the 3rd annual Hack for a Cause. The event is a platform for the local tech community to offer their expertise to solve challenges in the local community. Participants of various skills and backgrounds are invited to register, join a team, and compete to solve challenges for prizes and community contribution. Students and professionals are invited to work side-by-side. On Friday April 6th at 6pm ad-hoc teams will form and then spend the weekend at the Downtown Athletic Club in Eugene working to build mobile apps, digital art technology, websites, and campaigns to make the world a better place. Judging and awards will begin at 1PM on Sunday April 8th.

Functional Programming Club
Hey students! Interested in functional programming but don't know where to start? Heard some of the buzz but don't know what functional programming is? Maybe just trying to upgrade your programming skills? Then join the Functional Programming Club at OSU. We are currently still in the process of getting everything cleared with the university but the more interest the better. Also, if you join early then you can have a hand in shaping the first few months of topics and meetings! All skill levels are welcome, from complete novice to Haskell expert, undergraduate to graduate. Please email youngjef@oregonstate.edu for details.

HWeekend
April 14-15 | Kelley Engineering Center
We are pleased to announce that this Spring HP will be offering an HWeekend event here on the OSU campus. HP is a world leader in printing and computing and the theme for this event is 'Make Something Real: Make Something that Makes Something.' HP is challenging you to create innovative projects like, a system the grows food, an arm that makes art, a device that makes energy, a robot that can fold paper more than 7 times, a portable 3D printer, or anything else you can imagine. HP is bringing state of the art technology and world-class engineering experts who will mentor teams. At the end of the event, the top teams will receive prizes provided by HP. Come alone or bring friends along with your top game and we’ll bring the energy drinks for the 30-hour event. The event begins at 9am on April 14-15, but you must sign up by April 7 to reserve your spot.

2018 Oregon Science Startup Forum: Learn to Fund Your Business
Saturday, April 28 | 9am to 5pm (breakfast and lunch provided) | Linus Pauling Science Center | $25 for students, postdocs, unemployed; $50 for general registration
The Oregon Science Startup Forum is a one-day course in science entrepreneurship, hosted by the Portland Section of the American Chemical Society. Hear the startup experiences of science entrepreneurs from around Oregon. Learn from investors, intellectual property lawyers and experts in turning science into businesses. Equip yourself with specific steps to start a successful science business.

RESEARCH EXPERIENCES FOR UNDERGRADUATES

ASSET: Advanced Secured Sensor Enabling Technologies - Florida International University
The Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) site at Florida International University (FIU) provides research experience to undergraduate students during a 10 week summer program. Surf the wave with ASSET Research! The research projects during the summer program will be centered around the theme of Advanced Secured Sensor Enabling Technologies (ASSET). Students will improve the understanding of the nature of research practice and scientific reasoning and learn the process of conducting research and hands-on knowledge of applied and basic research. Application deadline: Friday, April 6.

Next-Generation Health Monitoring Systems with Flexible Electronics, Novel Algorithms and Secure Communications - University of Washington Bothell
The Research Experience for Undergraduates site in electrical engineering at the University of Washington Bothell plans to engage a diverse group of undergraduate (UG) students in interdisciplinary and collaborative research supervised by faculty members who have different but complementary specializations in biomedical engineering, signal processing and data security. The overarching theme of these projects is advancing the technologies for the development of reliable, low-cost and comfortable health monitoring devices having features such as delivering real-time data over the internet for remote care and cloud processing. The projects cover research problems in device and system fabrication; bio-signal processing; and data security and computing. Application deadline: April 20.

SCHOLARSHIPS/FELLOWSHIPS

Rusnak & Zonta Club STEM Scholarships
Zonta Service Foundation of Corvallis is accepting applications for the Rusnak Scholarship and up to 10 Zonta Club STEM scholarships. These scholarships are earmarked for female students at OSU who have junior or senior standing entering 2018 Fall Term and are planning on a career in science, technology, engineering or math. LBCC students who are transferring to OSU in the fall of 2018 with junior or senior standing and meet other qualification criteria are eligible to apply. The scholarships offer $1000 per term for 3 terms to help cover tuition, fees, books, and supplies charged to the recipient's account at OSU. Application deadline is April 6, 2018.

Apriorit Computer Science Scholarship Program for College Students
Apriorit offers a $1000 educational technology grant for high school seniors and college freshmen who have been enrolled at a college or university for a computer engineering or computer science program this year. We want to support young people passionate about IT and planning to build their career in this field. Application deadline: July 1, 2018.

EVENTS

OSU IEEE PESGM Student Chapter Meeting
Thursday, April 5 | 10am | KEC 1007
Please join us for the first IEEE PES Student Chapter of the Spring Term where we will be having guest speaker Darren Murtaugh, the manager for the T&D planning group at Portland General Electric, talk about Smart Grid and the industries progress in that field. The presentation is scheduled to start on Thursday, April 5 @10am in KEC 1007. Please contact Brandon Johnson at johnbran@oregonstate.edu for additional information.

Career Development Center Spring Professionalism Series & Career Expo Events

Hack for a Cause
Fri, Apr 6, 2018, 5:00 PM – Sun, Apr 8, 2018, 6:00 PM | Downtown Athletic Club, Eugene
We believe that with the power of the internet anything is possible, which is why we are challenging you (yes, you!) to help us change your community and maybe even the whole world. It starts with an innovative idea to solve problems impacting local organizations; it ends with a hackathon and the opportunity to present your finished product to local businesses and entrepreneurs who can then, in turn, revolutionize with these new tools.

Beaver BarCamp 18 - The Open Source Lab "Un-Conference"
Saturday, April 7 | 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM | Kelley Engineering Center | Free
Share your passion, connect with others, and learn something new at Beaver BarCamp 18. This is an informal un-conference that has been hosted by the OSU Open Source Lab for over 10 years. Attendees can participate in sessions throughout the day or propose their own session on a project, hobby or research interest. Help us fill OSU’s Kelley Engineering Center with interesting ideas and skills. Continental breakfast and U-Hero lunch provided.

Grass Roots Books & Music welcomes Martin Erwig for a reading and signing of his book Once Upon an Algorithm: How Stories Explain Computing
Tuesday, April 10 | 7:00 pm | Grass Roots Books and Music, Corvallis
Computation is everywhere and affects everyone. Since computation routinely happens outside of machines, it can be explained through everyday situations and without the need to understand any programming language. This is what the book Once Upon an Algorithm: How Stories Explain Computing does: It emphasizes the general nature of computation and thus the wide applicability of computer science. It identifies computation in everyday activities and explains corresponding computer science concepts through popular stories.

Experience Oregon Tech
Thursday, April 12 | 3:45 pm to 7:30 pm | Corvallis/Eugene | Free (dinner included)
One bus. Two stops. Unlimited opportunities. Experience Oregon Technology is a Technology Association of Oregon (TAO) initiative that brings top students from Oregon Colleges and Universities together with premier technology companies in the state. This program introduces students (at no cost) to Oregon’s large and growing tech industry, everything from the exciting startup scene to global leaders in technology. Students who participate will tour industry companies and network with CEOs, CIOs, HR managers, Marketing Managers, Business Development Managers, Project Mangers, programmers, designers, and interns – the entire spectrum of roles. Students will learn about the culture of these companies and get a huge head start on the many internships and jobs available there.

HWeekend
April 14-15 | Kelley Engineering Center
We are pleased to announce that this Spring HP will be offering an HWeekend event here on the OSU campus. HP is a world leader in printing and computing and the theme for this event is 'Make Something Real: Make Something that Makes Something.' HP is challenging you to create innovative projects like, a system the grows food, an arm that makes art, a device that makes energy, a robot that can fold paper more than 7 times, a portable 3D printer, or anything else you can imagine. HP is bringing state of the art technology and world-class engineering experts who will mentor teams. At the end of the event, the top teams will receive prizes provided by HP. Come alone or bring friends along with your top game and we’ll bring the energy drinks for the 30-hour event. The event begins at 9am on April 14-15, but you must sign up by April 7 to reserve your spot.

Ignite TAO: Tech v9
Wednesday, April 25 | 5:30-8:30pm | Alberta Rose Theatre, Portland
Ignite is a high-energy evening of 5-minute talks by local people who have a burning idea and the guts to get onstage and share their personal and professional passions. Quick, fun, thought-provoking, social, local, and global - Ignite is all of these and more. This Ignite is focused on all things tech. As an attendee, you'll learn about emerging, innovative, unconventional, inspiring, locally-sourced concepts and tools, and connect with a diverse and passionate crowd of like-minded innovation enthusiasts. Speaker applications are officially open and we encourage applicants to send in their forms, which are due by Friday, February 23rd.

Nike Technology College Experience
Friday, April 27 | 9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Nike WHQ, Beaverton, OR
Want to serve athletes by creating the future of sport? Join Nike Technology for a day of networking with our leaders, learning about our internship and full-time opportunities, and competing in an innovation pitch where winning ideas will receive up to $150 in gift cards. While you are here, check out our world class campus and receive exclusive access to the Nike Company Employee Store. Apply now for this selective event by clicking http://tinyurl.com/ybjpj4zn. (UO & OSU transportation provided).

JOB SEARCH AND CAREER ADVICE

College of Engineering Career Drop-In Hours
Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays 10AM-2PM | 124 Johnson Hall
Have a quick career development question? Come by our fall drop-in hours to get pointed in the right direction.

Engineering Job Club (Online version)
Spring term is here and if you’re graduating, there’s one more thing that just got added to your to-do list: Find a job. Wondering how you’re supposed to fit this in with classes, capstone projects, and everything else going on? Sign up for Engineering Job Club, a weekly email series that breaks the entire process down into manageable chunks. The series will help you set reminders, stay motivated, and work toward landing that engineering position you want, all on your own schedule. Register in Handshake today! Series starts April 9th, but you’re welcome to jump in at any time. Engineering Job Club sign-up

3 Ways Engineering Job Seekers Can Make Great First Impressions
In this article you will find out and learn more about three simple steps you can take, proactively, to do a great job at interviewing or to avoid disaster while job searching or networking. This will ensure your reputation stays stellar in your networking community and you continue to step forward steps. Interesting Engineering

What Soon-to-Be College Grads Need to Know About the Job Hunt
Applying for your first job is a big, scary step into adulthood, and the old rules just don't cut it anymore. It's no longer just about meeting recruiters and giving out copies of your resume by the dozens; you have to do more if even want to get noticed, let alone land the job. The Muse

Can I Negotiate When the Job Description Lists a Salary?
Can you still negotiate compensation when the job posting explicitly lists a salary? If so, what's the best way to approach this? The Muse

JOBS

Paid Summer Bioinformatics Job for an Undergraduate Student - Ramsey Lab, Department of Biomedical Sciences
This summer position will involve analyzing gene expression data from canine osteosarcoma tumors. Research assistant will help perform BLAST searches, analyze genomic information using the Ensembl genome browser, plot data, and run software tools to identify novel cancer-specific genes. This research project is under the supervision of the PI, Stephen Ramsey, and will be carried out in the Department of Biomedical Sciences (College of Veterinary Medicine) in Dryden Hall.

EECS Peer Mentor
This recruitment will be used to hire up to ten (maximum of 20 hours per week) Student Support Services/Peer Mentor positions for the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) at Oregon State University. This position preforms a wide variety of work that supports the quality of education in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at the university. As a peer mentor the student will be expected to assist with mentoring current EECS students by allowing them to gain a fellow student’s perspective on ways to make the most out of the opportunities and classes available to EECS majors.

EECS Ecampus Peer Advisor
This position preforms a wide variety of work that supports the quality of education in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the university. As a peer mentor the student will be expected to assist with tutoring and mentoring current ecampus students while effectively communicating with future students through online communication.

Teaching Assistant - OSU-Cascades
This recruitment will be used to fill multiple part-time (a maximum of 20 hours per week) student Teaching Assistant positions at Oregon State University Cascades (OSU-Cascades) in Bend. This position will support academic faculty and specific courses at OSU-Cascades by grading, admin support and other tasks as needed by the supervising instructor.

Research Assistants - OSU-Cascades
This recruitment will be used to fill multiple part-time (a maximum of 20 hours per week) Student Technical Assistant positions at Oregon State University Cascades (OSU-Cascades) in Bend. Duties include research support through book/literature reviews and synthesis and publication research, data collection and/or analysis, and other related tasks. Other duties are performed specific to the funding and research topic.

Student Information Technology - OSU Enterprise Computing Services
This is a part-time position during the school year and could be full time during holiday and summer breaks. You will be working with an inclusive group of talented and passionate developers to implement web-based applications and APIs that serve various needs of the university. Your job responsibilities will include software development and testing.

Student Software Developer/Programmer - OSU College of Business
This position will support research associated with teachengineering.org, a digital library of K-12 engineering curriculum. The system has about 2.5M users per year. The position involves programming in Linux, PHP and SQL, and a willingness to chase down and solve problems and develop small auxiliary programs that support research.

Student Computer/IT Worker - OSU Procurement, Contracts and Materials Management
This position supports the Equipment Systems Specialist. Receives IT inventory and performs tests and refurbishes computer equipment as necessary for re-sale. Organizes and prices IT inventory and assists Equipment Systems Specialist as needed. Assists Warehouse Property Specialist to pick-up, deliver, sort, clean and stage surplus items for sale. Uses excellent customer service with the public, departments and agencies that visit the warehouse.

ShoeBio.com Internship
S​hoeBio.com​ is a one of a kind shoe searching website that allows you to take control of your sole. We search and validate over 150 websites, finding you hard to find sneakers for the best price in seconds! Think of “Trivago” for sneakers. We are looking for a motivated individual, with interest in the footwear and the culture. In this position we are looking for someone who is preferably in the College of Computer Science and someone who is proficient in JavaScript and knows how to navigate and work with React. This is an unpaid internship position.

Student Analyst, CASS Software Development Group
You will be working in a development environment. Each day, students receive their assignments from the full-time development staff. These assignments are relative to the projects currently being done by the CASS. Students are expected to keep up with these assignments and to be able to finish them in a reasonable amount of time. They should be able to work in a team environment comprised of students and staff members.

Student Test Engineer – Testing and Test Automation--CASS Test Lab
This position is responsible for reporting to work at scheduled time and reporting to their scheduled CASS manager. This position specifically will be working on a testing project for a CASS customer external to OSU which involves UI testing and automation using Selenium. Automation work is done with C++ and Python.

Student Developer, CASS-Software Development Group
This position is responsible for reporting to work at scheduled time and reporting to their scheduled CASS manager. You will be working in a development environment. Each day, students receive their assignments from the full-time development staff mentor.

COE Ambassador
Ambassadors serve as representatives for the College of Engineering (COE) and are responsible for supporting the College in recruitment and off-campus recruitment events, participating in professional conferences, attending alumni events, providing tours to students and parents who visit campus, traveling to high schools throughout the state to make presentations, and communicating with prospective students.

Job for College Student
Local retired OSU graduate desires to set up a weekly blog. I will write the blog (first 40 are already written) but I would like someone to set up the blog and then post the weekly blogs. Requires an individual who can set up the blog on the internet, monitor responses, and update on a weekly basis. Contact Jay Todd at JCT5532@msn.com.

Call for student applications to the Oregon Applied Sustainability Experience (OASE)
The Oregon Applied Sustainability Experience (OASE) is offering paid internships for its 10-week program this summer. Internships are open to junior and senior college students in Oregon, or students who have obtained graduate or advanced undergraduate training in business, economics, engineering, environmental science, green chemistry, physical science, or sustainability science. Projects address pollution prevention solutions for Oregon businesses and pair students with an industry mentor to gain hands-on experience in project development and management, as well as science communication to interdisciplinary audiences. Project topics include energy / water / waste audits, sustainability, toxic reduction, green chemistry, and life cycle assessment. For full consideration, submit your application by 5 p.m. April 9.

Hardware/ME Intern-Summer 2018 - Google
We have both 3 and 6 month long Internships available. The 3-month Internship will start and end in the Summer 2018 timeframe (May to September). The 6-month Internship will start in June 2018 and end in December 2018.
Electrical Hardware Engineer
As an Electrical Hardware Engineer, you will design, develop and deploy next generation consumer hardware. You have a hardware board design background and knowledge of system architecture for mobile products. You will define board layout constraints and requirements, oversee physical engineering design layout, and work cross-functionally on system integration. You will also work cross functionally with mechanical design, operation, and product to deliver systems to production.
Hardware Test Engineering
Google's custom-designed machines make up one of the largest computing infrastructures in the world. The Hardware Testing Engineering team ensures that this cutting-edge equipment is reliable. As a Hardware Test Engineer, you design test equipment for prototypes of our machinery and develop the protocols used to scale these tests for the entire global team. Working closely with design engineers, you give input on designs to improve our hardware until you're sure it meets Google's standards of quality and reliability.

Google Cloud Technical Residency Program
As a part of the Google Cloud Technical Residency Program, you will have the unique opportunity to work in different Google Cloud roles under the direct mentorship of experienced staff members. The project rotations include opportunities to engage in technical solution validation, to develop scalable tools, demos and related assets, and to provide implementation, advisory and support services to Google customers across a wide spectrum of industries at varying scale. In addition to on the job development, you will undergo extensive training to prepare you to be able to add value from day one of your customer engagements.

IT Residency Program - Google
Google's Information Technology Residency Program (ITRP) is a 26-month role designed to jumpstart your career in technology at Google or beyond. Residents will learn what it takes to support and scale Google’s technology, from our corporate infrastructure to our end users. Using various support channels (e.g. chat, email, phone, video, in-person, etc.), you will be helping Googlers on all sorts of challenging support cases. You will encounter a sophisticated user base working on all major desktop and mobile operating systems (e.g. Windows, OS X, Linux, Chrome OS, Android, etc.).

Engineering Resident - Google
The Google Engineering Residency Program is a 12-month fixed term role designed to jumpstart your career as a software engineer at Google. The Engineering Residency Program is a developmental program open to all qualified graduates who have received a degree in Computer Science or Computer Engineering. The program combines CS education with hands-on software engineering experience in a supported, closely mentored cohort. In addition to an intensive industry-focused training period, the Engineering Residency Program provides Residents with a strong foundation in CS (as it applies to real engineering problems) and experience working on complex programming projects with Google engineers. The goal of the Residency Program is to help Residents become productive and successful software engineers within the one year program.

Biocomputing Systems Engineer - OSU Center for Genome Research and Biocomputing
This position will work closely with CGRB staff and the OSU community to provide a high quality of service and promote the CGRB’s mission of bioinformatics and biocomputing education and research. Responsibilities, according to appointment level, include research, design, implementation, and maintenance of information technologies for collecting, storing, analyzing, and disseminating large data sets. Additional responsibilities include software and server management in a production Linux environment, as well as providing customer service for users. Appointee is required to collaborate in a collegial and inclusive fashion with CGRB staff and clients in the execution of all job functions.

Analyst Programmer - OSU Office of Enrollment Management Information Technology
This position serves as a member of the Enrollment Management IT staff which provides varying levels of support to the following departments: Admissions Office, Honors College, Office of Financial Aid, Office of Scholarships, Degree Partnership Programs, Office of the Associate Provost for Enrollment Management, and Pre-College Programs. This position will serve as part of the Salesforce and Marketing Cloud team for Enrollment Management. This position provides expertise in the development, validation, testing, usage, and optimization of business-critical technical systems and processes. Responsible for resolving non-routine problems as they arise, serving as a resource to stakeholders across campus. Helps to translate technical information to non-technical people, and provide training when the need arises.

Product Quality Engineer - SIGMA DESIGN
SIGMA DESIGN is a fun, fast -paced engineering consulting company currently experiencing explosive growth. We are looking for Product Quality Engineer. Responsible for ensuring customers receive quality products through testing, tool specification, configuration, and implementation. Responsible for electrical test of page wide inkjet products from prototype through production.

Analyst Programmer - OSU Enterprise Computing Services
This position provides analysis and programming support for administrative information systems. This position functions within a team-based management environment. These outcomes are designed to enhance and/or improve departmental and campus processes, and provide the best possible customer service experience. The incumbent will work with administrators and users through the processes of analysis, design, coding and testing to provide appropriate enhancements and maintenance for the Hyland Onbase and other software packages necessary to the business of higher education.

Multiple openings for PhD Software Engineers - Google
Google's software engineers develop the next-generation technologies that change how billions of users connect, explore, and interact with information and one another. Our products need to handle information at massive scale, and extend well beyond web search. We're looking for engineers who bring fresh ideas from all areas, including information retrieval, distributed computing, large-scale system design, networking and data storage, security, artificial intelligence, natural language processing, UI design and mobile; the list goes on and is growing every day. As a software engineer, you will work on a specific project critical to Google’s needs with opportunities to switch teams and projects as you and our fast-paced business grow and evolve. We need our engineers to be versatile, display leadership qualities and be enthusiastic to take on new problems across the full-stack as we continue to push technology forward.

Software Engineer, Tools and Infrastructure - Google
As a Software Engineer, Tools and Infrastructure, you will be at the heart of Google’s engineering process building software that empowers engineering teams to develop and deliver high quality products quickly. We are focused on solving the hardest, most interesting challenges of developing software at scale without sacrificing stability, quality, velocity or code health. We ensure Google's success by partnering with engineering teams and developing scalable tools and infrastructure that help engineers develop, test, debug and release software quickly.

Data Scientist/Quantitative Analyst - Google
At Google, data drives all of our decision-making. Quantitative Analysts work all across the organization to help shape Google's business and technical strategies by processing, analyzing and interpreting huge data sets. Using analytical rigor and statistical methods, you mine through data to identify opportunities for Google and our clients to operate more efficiently, from enhancing advertising efficacy to network infrastructure optimization to studying user behavior. As an analyst, you do more than just crunch the numbers. You work with Engineers, Product Managers, Sales Associates and Marketing teams to adjust Google's practices according to your findings. Identifying the problem is only half the job; you also figure out the solution. As a key member of the team, you work with engineers to analyze and interpret data, develop metrics to measure results and integrate new methodologies into existing systems.

Hardware/Electrical and Mechanical Engineering - Google
As a Hardware Engineer, you will design, develop and deploy next generation consumer hardware. You have a solid hardware board design background and knowledge of system architecture for mobile products. You will define board layout constraints and requirements, oversee physical engineering design layout, and work cross-functionally on system integration. You will also work cross-functionally with mechanical design, operation, and product to deliver systems to production.

Software Engineer - Google
As a key member of a small and versatile team, you design, test, deploy and maintain software solutions.
Product and Systems Development
Whether it's finding new and innovative ways to advance search quality, building computing platform and networking technologies, automating the indexing of videos, or continuing to refine and scale complex auction systems (just to name a few), you will be developing solutions to some of the most challenging technical problems out there. You will research, conceive and develop software applications to extend and improve on Google's product offerings and collaborate on scalability issues involving access to massive amounts of data and information. Examples of specialist domains: UI development with AJAX and similar technologies, security, embedded systems and mobile apps (Android and iOS), developer tools (IDEs, large-scale build systems, compilers).
Engineering Productivity
As a software engineer in the Engineering Productivity organization, you'll use your software design, analysis and programming skills to create innovative automated test systems. This isn't a job in which you'll simply debug and run test cases; in fact that only scratches the surface. The test team undertakes a broad range of challenges on a daily basis, designing and building intelligent systems that can explore various use cases and scenarios for distributed computing infrastructure. Just imagine trying to design and build an automated testing system for something that's never been done before. There are no textbooks that can help you learn this, which is why we have some of the best engineers working in this group.
Site Reliability
Software engineers working in Site Reliability are involved in every facet of Google's production and work on the cutting edge of cloud-based computing. As a member of this elite team you are in the thick of everything involved with keeping Google running, from code-level troubleshooting of traffic anomalies to maintenance of our most cutting edge services; from monitoring and alerts to building new automation infrastructure. Software engineers on this team love to create robust and scalable software that scale to tens of millions of users. You will tackle challenging, novel situations every day, and work with just about every other engineering and operations team to provide services and applications that are quintessentially Google — fast, reliable and accessible to all.

Mixed Signal Integrated Circuit Design EE - Stratos Genomics
Stratos Genomics (stratosgenomics.com) is an exciting biotech company developing the next generation of DNA sequencing technology. We are searching for an electrical engineer to help design the CMOS sensors used in our sequencing instruments. The Mixed Signal Design Engineer will be part of a cross disciplinary team of Engineers and Scientists, working in a dynamic start-up biotech environment near the Seattle waterfront.

Post Silicon Validation Engineer – Labview Development - Stratos Genomics
Stratos Genomics is an exciting biotech company developing the next generation of DNA sequencing technology. We are searching for an experienced Electrical Engineer (Test Engineer) to support the Labview programming to test, control and analyze our high throughput CMOS sensors. In addition, the Test Engineer will assist in design of PCBs in support of our next generation sequencing instruments. The Test Engineer will be part of a cross disciplinary team of Engineers and Scientists, working in a dynamic start-up biotech environment near the Seattle waterfront.

Instructor - Computer Science - OSU-Cascades
The Computer Science Instructor should be able to teach a subset of a broad range of undergraduate computer science courses, such as introductory programming, data structures, web development, mobile development, database management, networking, security, software engineering, and machine learning. More importantly, the ideal candidate should be passionate about code and teaching, be able to deliver a relevant, hands-on learning experience for students, conduct sound assessments of learning, and help cultivate a culture of engaged learners.

Tenure-Track Position in Computer Science - The Citadel
The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in computer science at the Assistant Professor level beginning August 2018. Minimum qualifications include an earned Ph.D. in computer science and a commitment to excellence in teaching, research, and service. In addition, candidates should display the core values of The Citadel: honor, duty, and respect. Candidates from all areas of computer science are encouraged to apply, especially those with strong backgrounds in cybersecurity.

Engineering/CS/CIS Instructor - Umpqua Community College
This position is primarily responsible for teaching engineering and computer courses for both college transfer and professional technical courses. Evening or offsite classes may be part of the assignment. Other responsibilities include curriculum development, committee assignments, serving as an active member of the applicable advisory committees, being actively involved in recruiting students, advising of students, placing graduates in jobs, and other duties as outlined in the staff handbook. The assignment may include visiting each high school in the college district and making presentations on applications of engineering, computer science and computer information systems. Screening of applications will begin on April 16, 2018 and will continue until the position is filled.

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