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Mastering the Technical Interview
Startup Institute – July Community Class
Thursday, July 27, 6:30-8:30 PM
In this workshop led by Senior Manager of Engineering at Carbon Black, Chris Tierney, we'll demystify the technical interview and set you on a path to success. From question prep, to knowledge base, to body language, the trick is to understand interviewer expectations... and to surpass them. This interactive session will guide you through the interview process and give you the tools to cover your bases when preparing to meet a technical recruiter or hiring company. RSVP.
MassTLC Career Fair – Cambridge, MA
Tuesday, August 8, 5:30-8 PM
MassTLC is hosting a FREE Career Fair at MIT in Cambridge. This is a great opportunity to network with the region’s leading technology companies. To learn more and register, click here.
Olin College Fall Career Fair
Wednesday, October 4, 11-2, Campus Center
Olin Alumni are welcome to join us as job seekers or as representatives for their company. Please contact Suzanne if you would like more information on attending as a job seeker. To register on behalf of your company, click here.
Framingham State University – Framingham, MA – Posted: July 21
Visiting Lecturer – Department of Physics and Earth Sciences
Deadline: July 31
This posting was sent to PGP by Rob Martello from his colleague at FSU “We have a small but lively two-year pre-engineering program (and articulation agreements with three state institutions) and we need somebody to teach Introduction to Engineering in the Fall. Our pre-engineering students are extremely diverse in terms of race, ethnicity and economic background (unfortunately not so much in terms of gender) and we are looking for somebody inspiring, with excellent teaching skills, who has an interest in working in a diverse environment, and who also has experience with alternative models of teaching and practicing engineering. Those with additional background in physics and environmental geophysics (particularly in the context of climate change) would be especially welcome.” More…
Bolt – San Francisco, CA – Posted: July 14
Sr. Electrical Engineer
This posting was sent to PGP by Avery Louie “We are looking for a Sr. EE in (or willing to relocate to) SF. Job description here. Would love to have another person from Olin working here! If they want to apply they can reach out to me or submit though the website, but going through me might raise the visibility a bit.”
Philips Exeter Academy – Exeter, NH – Posted: July 14
Design Lab Coordinator
Phillips Exeter Academy has recently created a design lab that provides space and the tools to facilitate student project development. The lab incorporates modern technological tools such as a laser cutter and 3d printers along with power tools, prototyping supplies, and tools for electrical design. We are searching for a design lab coordinator who will be responsible for the overall operation and development of the design lab. While the design lab was open to students for the first time this past spring, we are now looking for someone who will focus his or her attention to incorporating the design lab into our school culture as a place where students feel excited to explore, build, and follow their passions. More…
FUSE Corps Fellowship – Posted: June 30
Rolling Admission – Contracts Begin September 25
Are you interested in working on social issues that can have a significant impact on one of 40 U.S. cities? The FUSE Corps Fellowship may be for you. Partner with local governments to tackle society’s most important challenges. This 12-month fellowship begins late September 2017 – applications close soon! More…
African Leadership University – Mauritius – Posted: June 30
Electrical Engineering Faculty
ALU is expanding rapidly and we are constantly looking for exemplary individuals to be part of our team. We are currently sourcing for amazing talent to join our Degree Programs Team. We are looking to hire Faculty for our Electrical Engineering Degree Program for our Mauritius campus. More…
Massachusetts Health Quality Partners – Watertown, MA – Posted: June 30
Senior Project Manager, Public Programs
The senior project manager works to advance MHQP’s innovative and ambitious patient experience program agenda. Work includes planning, and coordinating the day-to-day activities of the public program survey measurement and reporting, Manager works with statistical, data management and project senior staff to design survey measurement and reporting and manages survey implementation for public agency projects. The project manager is responsible for leading the day-to-day work and will work collaboratively with internal staff and external stakeholders. The project manager must have highly developed communication and project management skills, as well as an ability to produce deliverables on schedule. This position is not currently posted online but if you would like to review a copy of the job description please email Suzanne.
Water Systems Optimization – San Francisco, CA – Posted: June 30
At Water Systems Optimization, we consult public water utilities on the integrity of their distribution systems. We're water conservation folks with some data-driven flair. We're hiring for an Analyst/Project Manager role in San Francisco. See job description and application instructions here.
The Horizons Fellowship – Posted: June 30
The Horizons School of Technology supports 55 outstanding university students in their pursuit to become leaders in technology. Our tuition-free programs provide immersive software engineering and web/mobile development courses geared towards high-achieving college students. Students need not have a computer science background! Our curriculum, developed by ex-Salesforce and Optimizely engineers alongside PhD candidates in computer science, is designed to teach students how to build web, mobile, and desktop applications. More…
Migo (Innovation + Social Impact) – Taipei, Taiwan (with travel to Manila, Philippines and potentially other countries in the region) – Posted: June 27
Product Design and Engineering Team
Migo innovates for the 3 billion people in emerging markets who can’t enjoy 21st century digital products and services because data is persistently unaffordable. At Migo, we have pioneered new technology that enables us to deliver digital entertainment and education to consumers’ mobile phones at a radically affordable price without using the internet. Our Team is growing rapidly. We are seeking new Imagineers who are hungry for the opportunity to work with a purpose, devoting their days to imagining, designing, and building solutions for the world’s most pressing problems. We're looking for engineers with a background in hardware, electrical, mechanical, or software engineering and design who are imaginative thinkers and committed learners, who love solving challenging problems precisely because they're challenging. Imagineers will have the opportunity to problem-solve across every aspect of our product development process, from design to deployment. Want to learn more from an Olin alumna on the Migo team, Irene Hwang (’14)? Feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org. More…
Olin College of Engineering – Needham, MA – Posted: June 16
Instructor of Design and Fabrication
We are seeking a full-time Instructor of Design and Fabrication to coordinate the delivery of design and fabrication activities in the Olin curriculum. This will include helping create and implement a set of policies and procedures for the safe use. The instructor will also support programs and provide design and fabrication advice to the users of the space. This position is limited to 2 years. If you have relevant experience, and you understand the importance of empowering students to learn to create through experience and exploration, we want to hear from you. More…
Flare Jewelry – Boston, MA – Posted: June 16
Right now, 1 in 4 women in college in the U.S. experience sexual assault – it is completely unacceptable. Flare is changing this by reinventing personal security with data-driven, technology solutions that give people the freedom and power to boldly live the lives they choose without fear. We are creating a software platform and connected accessories that fit seamlessly into users’ lives and are uniquely designed to help them in the threatening situations they are most likely to face based on their age, gender, race, and lifestyles. Our first product helps female college students get out of uncomfortable situations that often lead to sexual assault or rape (because, unfortunately, over 70% of assault happens with people you know and trust). Are you a hands-on, passionate engineer who brings a “can do” attitude to the team along with proven expertise in consumer software or connected devices? Do you have an infectious enthusiasm to create? Get in at the beginning. Create something that you can have ownership over. Lead a team of talented engineers. Have a real impact. More…
Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division, Panama City, FL – Posted: June 16
NSWC PCD is one of a network of Navy Research Labs that support our military by the invention and assessment of new technologies. In Panama City, the Science and Technology Department develops autonomy and sensing technology for the most advanced underwater robots in the world to accomplish missions like mine hunting, archaeological searches, and asset recovery. And the best news is that, according to Andrew Bouchard ('07), they are hiring! The field of autonomy is growing, and Andrew has found his work with the Navy to provide many opportunities, from sea testing the latest behaviors in San Diego to publishing papers on new software architectures to traveling the world working on a NATO Research Task Group. Advanced degrees are preferred. Contact Andrew at email@example.com with any questions or to pass along your resume. To learn more about this division, click here.
Right Hand Robotics – Cambridge, MA – Posted: June 16
Various Engineering Roles
RightHand Robotics (located in Cambridge, MA, USA) is a research-driven startup company bringing to market fully integrated picking robots for online order fulfillment. These robots handle thousands of different items quickly, accurately, and automatically, using machine learning rather than manual data entry to build models of customers’ inventory. If you are interested in joining a fast-moving team creating robots to solve real problems, we’d love to hear from you! More…
Kobe College - Nishinomiya, Japan – Posted: June 16
Deadline: July 20
Kobe College (Nishinomiya, Japan) is hiring an ESL teacher for 2018-2020. This is an excellent private school near Osaka, Kobe and Kyoto that has been recognized by the Japanese Ministry of Education and Science for offering one of the very top English language programs in Japanese junior high schools. Applications available at https://www.kccjee.org/about2.
Heuresis – Newton, MA- Posted: June 9
Heuresis is a startup company based in Newton, Massachusetts, where we design and build the world’s most advanced handheld x-ray instruments for environmental and Homeland Security markets. Our products are now being used by Customs agents, police forces, and narcotics squads to find and interdict large amounts of drugs and currency. We are looking for a creative mechanical engineer who loves finding elegant solutions to complex problems. Our aggressive new product pipeline needs creative problem solvers to become a reality. More…