Find Internships and Research Opportunities At SPS Jobs

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Find Internships and Research Opportunities At SPS Jobs

SPS Jobs, part of the AIP Career Network.

SPS Jobs is the ideal place for undergraduates to find exciting job opportunities in science and engineering fields. Hundreds of current bachelor-level physics and engineering jobs are published in a searchable database each month in the industrial, academic, national laboratory, and nonprofit sectors. Exciting summer internships and Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REUs) are available for students still pursuing their degree who want to gain real-world experience. Job seekers registered with SPS Jobs can easily create job alerts notifying them of new listings that fit specific criteria, and may also post their resume or CV to the site to simplify online applications.

SPS Jobs also features an ever-expanding Career Resources section, offering job seekers helpful tips to assist them in the sometimes daunting job-hunting process. Information from SPS members detailing their own research experiences is available to provide students with an idea of the varied career paths that may be taken with a physics degree. In addition, the SPS Jobs resource library includes expert career advice, document templates, and webinars geared toward helping the job seeker demonstrate his or her potential to hiring employers. In 2016, webinars include topics like “How to Give Outstanding Oral Presentations,” “How to Present a Winning Poster,” and “Women in Science and Engineering: Improving Your Chance for Success.” (Note: Both women and men will find the last workshop helpful and motivational in thinking about their own career advancement strategies and those of their colleagues.) Start building your career on SPS Jobs now!

SPS Jobs is part of the AIP Career Network, a collection of online job sites for scientists, engineers, and computing professionals. Other partners include Physics Today, the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM), American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT), American Physical Society (APS), AVS Science and Technology, and the IEEE Computer Society. //

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