The APSU Office of Career Services provides excellent support services for job hunting. We strongly suggest all Computer Science Majors to make use of their FREE services (start at least 2 years before planned graduation date) to:
At a time when unemployment is high and hiring is lagging in many disciplines/majors/fields, the Bureau of Labor Statistics is predicting that jobs for computer scientists will increase by 19% between 2010 and 2020, a healthy growth rate. Unfortunately, professions in the Computer Science major are rarely available locally. The job opportunities are spread out across the country. Therefore, all computer science majors should keep an open mind and be ready to relocate. In order to fully maximize your range of possible careers, you should start searching for jobs early, preferably online. The best time to begin this is one year before graduation- the summer holidays are a great time to begin looking.
Here are some websites you can use to setup automatic email alerts:
Employers often sent job advertisements to us or they simply ask us to pass new job information to our computer science students. We will post the job listing here (for about one to two months), but the Computer Science Department does not provide any official support for job searches.
Clarksville-Montgomery County School System is look for a computer programming instructor/teacher at Northeast High School, Clarksville, TN. Please email your resume to Mrs. Bridget Cloud (Game and Computer Programming Instructor/Information Coordinator, Northeast High School), at Bridget.Cloud@cmcss.net
Immediate Opening! Application & Database Developer for Toxicology Projects
Recent computer programming grads with an interest in chemistry/biology we’re looking at you! Get some real world experience in this unique Application and Database Developer job at the EPA facility in Research Triangle Park, N.C. In this multidisciplinary position, you’ll be helping to develop computational tools and solutions for several toxicology projects, with the goal of improving environmental risk and chemical safety. Tasks will include creating new applications and scripts for databases, maintaining existing codes for databases, and developing new databases to create the foundation for a comprehensive chemical sample tracking database used in EPA Computational Toxicology programs.
Qualifications include: A Bachelor’s degree in chemistry, computer science/engineering, bioinformatics, biology, statistics, computational biology, math, physics, information sciences, or a related discipline. Necessary skills include education and experience in database concepts and programming, leadership skills, strong written, oral and electronic communication skills, and the ability to work with a team. It is also preferable if the applicant has an advanced proficiency of Microsoft Office Applications and desktop publishing, and experience with Linux operating systems, basic software development, and database development.
The position is expected to begin in April 2015. Apply today! For more information, and to access the application, visit our website: www.orau.org/epa. Questions? Email EPAJobs@orau.org To hear more about position openings like this, follow us on Twitter at @GovInternships.