Note: Summer internships have their own separate page.
The following collection of wiki pages are a place where potential employers can list job openings. These positions should be aimed at graduating mathematics PhD and Masters students, or have enough allure to get us to drop out of grad school.
Instructions for Posting
In general, it's best to create a separate wiki page for your organization, but this is especially true if you plan on posting multiple positions over time.
To create your own wiki page, simply edit the URL of this page, by replacing the word 'Jobs' with 'your organization name'. Spaces in the URL should be replaced with '_'. For example, http://math.berkeley.edu/~mgsa/w/index.php/Protected:Shadowy_Organization. Then just edit that page as you see fit: you can simply enter the text of your job listing, or you can make a more elaborate page if you know a bit of wiki markup. The Shadowy Organization example may give you some basic guidance. Please only use the characters A-Z a-z 0-9 . _ \ / ~ % - + & : ? ! = ( ) @ unless you know the special wiki uses of other characters, such as ] or *. These special characters may cause unexpected results.
In general, it's always good to preview your post to make sure it displays correctly.
After you have created your organization's wiki page, you should link to it from one or more of the corresponding Job Areas pages below. The very short instructions for doing that are displayed on each of the Job Area pages.
The job listings are segregated by area:
- Academic: Applied Math
- Academic: Biomathematics
- Academic: General Mathematics
- Academic: Math Education
- Academic: Statistics
- Academic: Other
- Government: Biomathematics
- Government: Computer Science
- Government: General Mathematics
- Government: Statistics
- Government: Other
- Industry: Biomathematics
- Industry: Business/Financial
- Industry: Computer Science
- Industry: Engineering
- Industry: General Mathematics
- Industry: Statistics
- Industry: Other