PGP is here for our Alumni! Feel free to drop us a line... And, don't forget you still have access to the Olin JobFinder. 


IEEE Young Professionals Winter Networking Session
Wednesday, December 7, Mintz Levin – Boston

Young professionals are invited to bring along their friends and colleagues for a get-together. Join us for a relaxed evening of drinks, snacks, networking and fun at our Winter Mixer hosted by Mintz Levin. This evening will offer the opportunity for networking, sharing our professional experiences and personal hobbies, and learning from each other. Beer, wine and light refreshments will be provided. The event is free of charge but advance registration is required.


MIT App Inventor Team – Cambridge, MA – Posted: November 22
Educational Coordinator for Curriculum Development

The MIT App Inventor team is seeking candidates with CT/CS and education experience to fill a one-year, full-time appointment. There is a possibility of extending the appointment, contingent upon funding and mutual agreement. More…

Rocky Mountain Institute – Basalt, CO – Posted: November 22
Project Manager – Factor 10 Engineering
This posting was sent to us by President’s Council Member, Amory Lovins: “Looking for a Manager level person, midway between entry level and Managing Director, able to take initiative to develop and execute a program initially in the several-hundred-k$/y range with 1-2 other staff. However, lacking that, an up-and-comer with design mind, articulate expression, clear thinking, and diplomatic skills would be great too.” Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to PGP.

MITRE – McLean, VA – Posted: November 11
Human Factors Engineer
Do you want to help solve critical national problems? Would you like the opportunity to apply your user-centered design (UCD) methods to a wide range of projects, from conducting user research to designing a revolutionary healthcare user interface to recommending a new command center design for the DoD? How about providing UCD expertise for user interfaces on next generation mobile and wearable technologies? More…

Fogarty Institute – Bay Area Posted: November 11
Health Tech Incubator
Deadline: November 18
Fogarty Institute for Innovation is still accepting applications for startups interested in being incubated at the Institute. More…

CrossInstall – San Francisco, CA Posted: November 11
Ad Operations Analyst
This was sent to us by alumnus, Mike Murphy. Please review the position here and then email resume and cover letter to Mike.

Markforged – Cambridge, MA Posted: November 11
Application Engineer
This posting was sent to us by alumna, Maggie Su. Please apply online and then email Maggie. We print 10x stronger than the rest of the industry. But people won't believe it until they see it in action. We need training for our resellers to help them get the most out of our printers and a suite of case studies that show customers the full potential of our revolutionary technology. Help us communicate the power of our printer to our most valuable customers. More…

PayJoy – San Francisco, CA Posted: November 11
Full Stack Engineer
PayJoy is hiring a software engineer to help us build the technology that will enable the next billion people to afford high quality smartphones. Our unique locking technology includes some “secret sauce” based on undocumented parts of Android OS and firmware, as well as app design, web frontend and backend, and partner API integrations. More…

Tufts University – Medford, MA Posted: November 11
Assistant / Associate / full Professor in Robotics
The Department of Computer Science (CS) and the Department of Mechanical Engineering (ME) at Tufts University invite applications for a tenure-stream faculty appointment at any rank in the area of robotics to begin in September 2017. We are looking for an engaged and engaging researcher and teacher with a strong vision who can bridge the research strands in control and navigation in ME and artificial intelligence and human-robot interaction in CS and maintain a high-quality collaborative research program at Tufts. Possible connections include safe autonomous navigation in social spaces (from autonomously driving cars, to social robots in elder-care facilities, to UAVs for product delivery), safe object manipulation for human-robot collaborative tasks (e.g., collaborative assembly tasks, manipulation of physical parts in manufacturing, and physical interaction in therapy settings such dressing or guided limb motion for stroke recovery), and all aspects of human-robot teaming (e.g., trained human-robot teams for Urban Search and Rescue missions, ad hoc teams for disaster relief, space exploration, or other teaming settings where autonomous robots significantly contribute to mission success). More…