Job Opportunities

EE Job Listserv

If you are a current Penn State EE student OR PENN STATE ALUMNUS and want to receive emails for job announcements (permanent, internship, co-op, part-time), you can join the EEJOB listserv:

  • Using PSU webmail (NOT GMAIL or another mail tool) send an email to listserv@lists.psu.edu. In the body of the email, write: subscribe l-eejobs <enter your name here> (e.g. subscribe l-eejobs John Doe).
  • You will get a confirmation email back from the listserv asking you to verify your request. Follow that link.
  • You will get a 2nd email confirming that you have been added to the list.

Permanent Jobs

Undergraduate and graduate students seeking permanent employment should register with the Penn State Career Services Center. Many companies recruit through this office, which also runs career fairs in both the fall and spring semesters. This office also provides a number of other services such as resume review and mock interviews.

You should also register with the Engineering Career Resources Office. Although this office primarily deals with co-op and internship opportunites, it ocassionally has information about permanent positions as well.

In addition, if you are a current Penn State EE student OR PENN STATE EE ALUMNUS and want to receive emails for all job announcements (permanent, internship, co-op, part-time), you can join the EEJOB listserv by following this link: EE Job Listserv signup.

Internships and Co-op Positions

Undergraduate and graduate students seeking summer employment and/or co-op positions should register with the Engineering Career Resources Office. This office is dedicated to assisting engineering students with finding co-op and internship opportunities.

In addition, if you are a current Penn State EE student OR PENN STATE EE ALUMNUS and want to receive emails for job announcements (permanent, internship, co-op, part-time), you can join the EEJOB listserv by following this link: EE Job Listserv signup.

Part Time EE Departmental Jobs

Available Fall 2018 Jobs:

  • EJMS Job #79297
    Work Study – Electrical Engineering, Fall 2018

    The College of Engineering Department of Electrical Engineering seeks to hire numerous Federal Work Study wage payroll positions throughout the Fall 2018. Duties may include office support, lab support and/or research support. Hours and wages for each position will vary. Applications will be received on an ongoing basis and will be reviewed as the need arises. Position will be opened until filled.
    psu.jobs/job/79297
  • EJMS Job #78046
    Stockroom Helpers (Part-time/Hourly)

    The College of Engineering Department of Electrical Engineering seeks to hire numerous current Penn State students to work in the EE Stockroom in Fall 2018. Duties include signing out equipment baskets to students and faculty, tracking all parts and equipment and notifying proper personnel of those needing repaired or replaced, assembling kits, selling parts and kits, and other duties as assigned. Preference will be given to EE majors. Applications will be received on an ongoing basis and will be reviewed as the need arises. Position will be opened until filled.
    psu.jobs/job/78046
  • EJMS Job #79552
    Education Program Support – Lab Assistant

    The College of Engineering Department of Electrical Engineering seeks to hire numerous current Penn State students as Lab Assistants for the following Fall 2018 courses: EE210 and EE310. Duties may include working with the professor and/or teaching assistant to answer questions from students, help debug students’ circuits and verify data/measurements being taken. Preference will be given to EE majors. Applications will be received on an ongoing basis and will be reviewed as the need arises. Employment will require successful completion of background checks(s) in accordance with University policies. Position will be opened until filled.
    psu.jobs/job/79552
  • EJMS Job #79557
    Student Graders (Part-Time/Hourly)

    The College of Engineering Department of Electrical Engineering seeks to hire numerous current Penn State students to grade the following Fall 2018 courses: EE 310, EE 311, EE 351, EE 360, EE 387, EE 413, EE 420, EE 438, EE 442, EE 460, EE 471, EE 477, EE 497. Applicants must have received at least a B in that course or a similar course to apply. Preference will be given to EE majors. Applications will be received on an ongoing basis and will be reviewed as the need arises. Employment will require successful completion of background checks(s) in accordance with University policies. Position will be opened until filled.
    psu.jobs/job/79557

Hourly Rates:

  • Grader or Lab Assistant: Undergrad, $10.50/hour; grad, $12.00/hour
  • Stockroom Attendant, Computer Lab Operator, Department Helper: $10.50/hour

To Apply:

The application process consists of two steps, outlined below.

  1. Submit an application for each job title (Grader, Lab Assistant, Stockroom Attendant, etc.) that you are applying for by going to psu.jobs. Enter the appropriate job number (listed above) in the keywords box and press “Search for Jobs.” Click to apply online and upload a résumé and cover letter. NOTE: DO NOT SUBMIT MORE THAN ONE APPLICATION PER JOB TITLE, EVEN IF YOU ARE APPLYING FOR MULTIPLE JOBS WITHIN A PARTICULAR CATEGORY.
  2. Once you have submitted the job application(s), you need to submit a secondary application to the EE department. Click here to access this secondary application. You may have difficulty viewing and submitting this form in Firefox. It is suggested that you use Internet Explorer or Chrome. If the Submit button does not bring up your mail tool to submit the form, you should save the form to your computer and email it to EEWagePayroll@engr.psu.edu to finish the application process.
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The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science was created in the spring of 2015 to allow greater access to courses offered by both departments for undergraduate and graduate students in exciting collaborative research in fields.

We offer B.S. degrees in electrical engineering, computer science, computer engineering and data science and graduate degrees (master's degrees and Ph.D.'s) in electrical engineering and computer science and engineering. EECS focuses on the convergence of technologies and disciplines to meet today’s industrial demands.

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