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Current HCII Opportunities
We are always looking for highly-motivated, creative people to join our growing team. Our current vacancies for HCII faculty, staff and postdocs are listed below.
If you are a student looking for a research position with the HCII, please visit our Independent Study or Summer Research Program web pages for more information about how to apply for those opportunities.
SCS and CMU Opportunities
For general information about faculty openings with the CMU School of Computer Science, visit the SCS Faculty Hiring page.
To view all of CMU’s current staff openings, visit Careers @ Carnegie Mellon.
Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Computer Science department, Human Computer Interaction Institute is searching for a post-doctoral fellow who will do both research and technical work (i.e., programming) for two new National Science Foundation (NSF) grants. This is an excellent opportunity for a technically-oriented post-doc researcher to make an impact in exciting new research, in the areas of gender studies, digital learning games, and intelligent tutors.
The HCI Institute at Carnegie Mellon is searching for technical teaching track faculty with experience exploring new technologies within real-world industry settings and applying them throughout the human-centered design process.
The HCI Institute at Carnegie Mellon is searching for design teaching track faculty with industry experience collaborating in, and/or leading interdisciplinary teams in research, design, prototyping and testing. Teaching faculty in the Human-Computer Interaction program bring their experience working in a product company and/or consultancy in a design studio style educational setting that emphasizes team based projects, application of theory to practice, critique and presentation.
We are seeking a dynamic and customer-focused individual to join our team. Our HCII department is seeking an Administrative Coordinator to join us. You will be responsible for providing administrative support for up to five faculty members and helping to support the HCII PhD Program. You will also be assisting in other activities that directly relate to the success of the HCII department mission. Read the full position description and apply via Workday.