Job & Internship Opportunities
Check out our current job & internship opportunities!
The BOLD Center is hiring!
The BOLD Center is hiring students for the 2014 ASPIRE Summer Bridge Program!
The three positions available are:
Lead Student Assistant (1 position available)
You will lead preparations and wrap-up activities for ASPIRE (mid-May through early July), and serve in full-time RA/SLA role during the program (see position descriptions below), serving as the initial point-of-contact for evening/overnight issues. The ideal candidate will also continue to support community-building activities for ASPIRE 2014 participants during the 2014-15 academic year as a BOLD student assistant.
Residential Assistant (4-5 positions available)
You will live in the dorm, facilitate student study and social groups, and ensure participants’ well being. The Resident Advisor position does involve weekend and overnight work, and has a work schedule that varies each night.
Student Life Assistant (~5 positions available)
You will facilitate student study and social groups, coordinate and support various activities throughout the program. The Student Life Assistant position does involve weekday and weekend day & evening work, and has a varying work schedule depending on the ASPIRE schedule and the candidates other summer commitments.
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Review of applications will take place immediately. If selected, a BOLD Center staff member will contact you to schedule an interview. Dates of employment for ASPIRE Summer Bridge positions are June 23-29, 2014 (unless stated otherwise), and training will be held on Friday, June 20. The start and end dates of the positions are not negotiable. Please contact Dr. Bev Louie (303.492.4967), or Vanessa Dunn (303.492.8809), for any questions regarding these positions.
Covidien is hiring for a Sustaining Product Investigation Engineer & Technician
Covidien is a $10 billion global healthcare products leader dedicated to innovation and long-term growth. Covidien creates innovative medical solutions for better patient outcomes and delivers value through clinical leadership and excellence.
The Respiratory and Monitoring Solutions Business Unit products include ventilators (Acute Care, Portable and Accessories), respiratory care (Endotracheal Tubes for ICU & OR, Tracheostomy Tubes, Breathing Circuits and Video Laryngoscopy), and a variety of monitoring technologies (Pulse Oximetry, Brain Monitoring, Capnography, Cerebral/Somatic Oximetry, Remote Patient Monitoring, and Temperature Management).
The R&MS R&D Sustaining Engineering group is currently looking for a Sustaining Product Investigation Engineer and / or Technician. The primary responsibility will be to support all R&MS products currently on the market by working with the engineering team in supporting the investigation of the performance of devices in the field. This includes analysis of data and returned units, experimentation on devices, root cause analysis, and report documentation. This person may also perform formal root cause investigations, determine root cause failure modes, and provide solutions for these issues in the above listed product lines.
UCAR is hiring a Data and Software Student Assistant II!
UCAR is looking for a student assistant to support the cataloging of data and the verification of metadata. The ideal candidate will have an interest in and experience with writing computer programs, and will be responsible for maintaining and utilizing data conversion and management software. Commensurate with experience, we encourage our student assistants, under the guidance of senior software engineers, to design and develop a software tool or web application that furthers management and utilization of big data sets. Our student assistants take ownership of these larger tasks, and are responsible for developing innovative solutions within software engineering best practices.
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UCAR is hiring!
Do you want to do work that really means something? Contribute your skills and expertise to worthwhile projects, and challenge yourself to learn and grow professionally? UCAR is currently hiring for several engineering positions, both careers and internships, right here in Boulder! New positions are being continually added, so make sure to click here to check out all of the current openings.
Opportunities Available through the National Institute of Standards and Technology
Engage in research at the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Boulder through PREP (Professional Research Experience Program). Click here for more information about the types of research conducted at NIST. Applicable majors include most Engineering departments, Biochemistry, Chemistry and Physics. If interested, submit a current résumé to firstname.lastname@example.org. Résumé files are updated yearly after August 1st.
Qualcomm is Hiring!
Qualcomm is hiring for various job positions and internships!
To learn more about open jobs and internships, click here. If you are wanting to search their career opportunities, under “create the impossible, be extraordinary,” click on ‘search jobs.’ If you are looking for an internship opportunity, they are currently hiring a Systems Engineer, Hardware Engineer, and Software Engineer. When you follow the link listed above, type in ‘internships’ in the search bar.
United States Department of Transportation Internship
United States Department of Transportation Internship is hiring for their 2015 Summer Transportation Internship Program for Diverse Groups (STIPDG).
Internship Period: June 8th – August 15th 2015
The Summer Transportation Internship Program for Diverse Groups (STIPDG) provides a unique opportunity to gain valuable professional experience and skills that will complement your academic pursuits. This hands-on program is designed to mentor and cultivate tomorrow’s leaders, strengthen their understanding of the transportation industry and prepare them for future public service opportunities. The STIPDG is a paid internship program open to all qualified candidates without regard to their race, gender, color, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic prohibited by state or local law.
Visit their website to learn more about their internship.
Each summer, SOARS students (or protégés) spend ten weeks conducting original research at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) or at laboratories of other SOARS sponsors. By the end of the summer, protégés will prepare scientific papers and present their research at a colloquium. Additionally, To help protégés succeed academically and professionally, SOARS offers each protégé up to five mentors: a research mentor, a writing mentor, a computing mentor, a coach, and a peer mentor. Research shows that this comprehensive, multi-dimensional mentoring is a key contributor to the continued success of SOARS protégés.
To sign up for SOARS 2015 internship program visit the SOARS Application page deadline is February 15, 2015.