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If you are a classroom educator seeking a new opportunity, a new challenge, an administrative position outside of the classroom or a position that you have long dreamed about, this listing of employment opportunities may have just what you are looking for! Rest assured that postings are current as all of our career opportunities only remain on this site for thirty days unless otherwise noted. Our list is gathered from listservs, educational organizations, professional employment sites and from folks just like you who know of positions and share them with us. We welcome your input so please feel free to submit new positions that may be available in your current place of employment and in your community.




XSEDE Summer Faculty Computational Science Education Workshops

    Location: various
    Hiring Institution: Shodor Education Foundation
    Apply By: March 26, 2016
    Posted date: March 27, 2016

    Computational Thinking Workshops - May 16-18, 2016 -Oklahoma State University July 18-20, 2016 - Boise State University August 1-2, 2016 - West Virginia State University Little Fe Curriculum Workshop June 20-22, 2016 - Shodor Education Foundation. The XSEDE project is pleased to announce the opening of registrations for faculty computational science education workshops for 2016. There are no fees for participating in the workshops. The workshops also cover local accommodations and food during the workshop hours for those outside of commuting distance to the host sites. This year there are three workshops at various locations focused on Inquiry-Based Science and Mathematics Enhanced by Computational Thinking and one workshop on the LittleFe Curriculum Module Buildout. To register for the workshop, please visit http://computationalscience.org/workshops2016 and begin the registration process by clicking on the Register through XSEDE button for the relevant workshop. Participants will be asked to create an XSEDE portal account if they do not yet have one. Following that registration, participants will be directed back to http://computationalscience.org/workshops2016 to provide additional information on their background and travel plans. For questions about the summer workshops, please contact Kate Cahill at kcahill@osc.edu.



SC16 Early Career Program for HPC Professionals

    Location: Salt Palace Convention Center, Salt Lake City, Utah
    Hiring Institution: SC16 Conference
    Apply By: July 31, 2016
    Posted date: June 08, 2016

    The Early Career Program is designed to equip participants for significant contributions in their new careers by building skills related to obtaining funding, identifying publishing venues, establishing long-term mentor relationships, and effectively managing their time. The program is intended for people in their first five years of a permanent position (assistant professors, and members of the technical staff. Sessions will be held in a workshop format on Monday, Nov.14 before SC16 starts to allow participants to enjoy the full technical program. The program includes formal presentations, time for peer mentoring, a speed mentoring session to meet 4-5 potential long-term senior mentors and an organized lunch for informal networking. Learn more at: http://sc16.supercomputing.org/submitters/early-career-program/ Apply at: https://submissions.supercomputing.org/



Early Career Program

    Location: USA
    Hiring Institution: SC16
    Apply By: July 31, 2016
    Posted date: June 19, 2016

    Are you interested in making a big impression during the first 5 years of your career? The Early Career Program is designed to equip participants for significant contributions in their new careers by building skills related to obtaining funding, identifying publishing venues, establishing long-term mentor relationships, and effectively managing their time. Sessions will be held in a workshop format on the Monday before SC starts to allow participants to enjoy the full technical program. In addition to formal presentations, there will be time for peer mentoring, a chance to meet 4-5 potential long-term senior mentors (called speed mentoring), and an organized lunch for informal networking. Selected participants will be granted a workshop pass in order to participate in the program. The peer mentoring, speed mentoring, and networking lunch are only open to selected participants. However, most of the sessions will be open to all SC workshop attendees. The program is intended for people in their first five years of a permanent position (assistant professors, and members of the technical staff -MTS). Post-docs will be considered on a space available basis. Members from nontraditional fields (i.e. art, humanities, social science, etc.), women, underrepresented racial/ethnic minorities, and persons with special needs are particularly encouraged to apply.



XSEDE Summer Faculty Computational Science Education Workshops!

    Location: various
    Hiring Institution: Shodor Education Foundation
    Apply By: August 02, 2016
    Posted date: March 26, 2016

    Computational Thinking Workshops - May 16-18, 2016 -Oklahoma State University July 18-20, 2016 - Boise State University August 1-2, 2016 - West Virginia State University Little Fe Curriculum Workshop June 20-22, 2016 - Shodor Education Foundation. The XSEDE project is pleased to announce the opening of registrations for faculty computational science education workshops for 2016. There are no fees for participating in the workshops. The workshops also cover local accommodations and food during the workshop hours for those outside of commuting distance to the host sites. This year there are three workshops at various locations focused on Inquiry-Based Science and Mathematics Enhanced by Computational Thinking and one workshop on the LittleFe Curriculum Module Buildout. To register for the workshop, please visit http://computationalscience.org/workshops2016%22:http://computationalscience.org/workshops2016 and begin the registration process by clicking on the Register through XSEDE button for the relevant workshop. Participants will be asked to create an XSEDE portal account if they do not yet have one. Following that registration, participants will be directed back to "http://computationalscience.org/workshops2016":http://computationalscience.org/workshops2016 to provide additional information on their background and travel plans. For questions about the summer workshops, please contact Kate Cahill at kcahill@osc.edu.



2016 CRA-W/CDC CADENS two-day Broadening Participation in Visualization Workshop

    Location: Co-located at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana and The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    Hiring Institution: Purdue University and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    Apply By: August 03, 2016
    Posted date: June 22, 2016

    The 2016 CRA-W/CDC CADENS two-day Broadening Participation in Visualization Workshop (BPViz’16) aims to broaden participation of women and members of underrepresented groups in the field of data visualization. The workshop will include demos, a poster session, a panel presentation by visualization professionals, exciting speakers, networking and mentoring activities. The workshop will take place August 3-4.



EduHPC-16: Workshop on Education for High-Performance Computing

    Location: Salt Lake City, UT
    Hiring Institution: SC16: The International Conference on High Performance Computing
    Apply By: August 26, 2016
    Posted date: June 13, 2016

    Parallel and Distributed Computing (PDC) along with High Performance Computing (HPC) has become pervasive, from supercomputers and server farms containing multicore CPUs and GPUs, to individual PCs, laptops, and mobile devices. Even casual users of computers now depend upon parallel processing. Thus it is important for every computer user (and especially every programmer) to understand how parallelism and distributed computing affect problem solving. It is essential for educators to impart a range of PDC and HPC knowledge and skills at multiple levels within the educational fabric woven by Computer Science (CS), Computer Engineering (CE), and related computational curricula. Companies and laboratories need people with these skills, and, as a result, they are finding that they must now engage in extensive on-the-job training. Nevertheless, rapid changes in hardware platforms, languages, and programming environments increasingly challenge educators to decide what to teach and how to teach it, in order to prepare students for careers that are increasingly likely to involve PDC and HPC. This workshop invites unpublished manuscripts from academia, industry, and government laboratories on topics pertaining to the needs and approaches for augmenting undergraduate and graduate education in Computer Science and Engineering, Computational Science, and computational courses for both STEM and business disciplines with PDC and HPC concepts.



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