Jobs Board

SPAWAR Hiring Hundreds this Fall and Spring

SPAWAR is on a hiring spree this next year, many of them are Computer jobs and for their Charleston location.
We are looking to hire 150 college graduates and 150 Interns by January 1st. Then in January, we will repeat the same numbers.
If you want to be considered for a job then submit your resume at their jobs page. Click on the top-right where it says join the team. SPAWAR will also be at the SET Career Fair, and Steve Lariviere from SPAWAR will be giving a presentation here sometime this semester. Keep an eye on /jobs for more info as we get it.

HPC and Applications Support: Graduate student position

15-20 hours/week The Research Cyberinfrastructure group ( has an open position in support of High Performance Computing (HPC) and research applications. Practical experience in Linux administration and installation is required. Knowledge of Python, OpenMP, MPI and GPU programming is desirable. This is a great opportunity for a graduate student who can work 15 to 20 hours per week. For consideration, send your resume to with a subject line “RCI HPC position”. Please include your major, degree sought (MS, PhD) and expected graduation date.

Undergraduate Needed for Satellite Oceanography Data Processing

I am looking for an undergrad to work in my NASA project "Estimation of freshwater Flux from the Arctic Ocean" Starting from August 15, 2017 (possibly for Fall & Spring semesters). This project involve lot of satellite data processing and analysis, and Global ocean model data processing and analyzing. I am looking for an undergraduate student who is very good programming, and handing large data sets (Big Data), knows NetCDF etc, and processing in Matlab. The student can work up to 20 hours a week. The student must be an US Citizen and Junior/Senior. It's a good project for any Honors Thesis, if they are interested to work in NOAA/NASA in future. Satellite Oceanography Lab web page: Thanks, Subra Bulusu Tel: (803)-777-2572 Fax: (803)-777-6610 E-mail:

Account Management/Developer in Charlotte

Hello! My company is a small start-up marketing firm and we are based in Charlotte, NC. We are looking for an immediate hire for an Account Management/Developer position. This role will have BOTH account management responsibilities as well as a need for development, particularly with SQL. This is a full-time position with benefits. Some travel may be required. Salary is commensurate with experience and SQL abilities. Scott Novak

Experienced Java Developer at TM Floyd & Company

TM Floyd & Company is recruiting for an experienced Java Developer in the Columbia, SC area. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
  • Working on cloud and virtualized machine learning analytics systems
  • Designing and developing efficient and scalable back-end products as part of the R&D development team
  • Bachelor's degree in related field of work
  • 5 years of Java development experience
  • Ability to write readable and maintainable code
  • MVC framework experience
  • REST API experience
  • Agile methodology experience and an understanding of SDLC
  • Git/GitHub experience
  • Continuous integration experience
  • Unit testing experience
Location: Columbia, SC Work performed onsite *We are unable to work with C2C for these positions. Dana Perigo Technical Recruiter Desk (803) 227-1035 | (800) 780-1170 ext. 1035

Systems Engineer I at Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Office

This position is located in the Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Office. Incumbent will, under general supervision work with the Health and Demographics division's development team, system architect, and IT silo to build out, secure, maintain, monitor, and troubleshoot the development infrastructure for the Phoenix project. Independently researches, plans, and implements automation and performance improvements across the application systems. Coordinates with IT to establish PaaS-like (Platform as a Service) offering for the development team.
  • Installs, configures, and tests all application systems related to the RFA development team using automation techniques.
  • Monitors and maintains application dependencies, application software, and system management tools providing feedback to the development team or IT to help identify bottlenecks, possible solutions, and then work to implement those solutions.
  • Works with developers to automate processes with documentation to increase system efficiency and lower the human intervention time on any tasks. All processes related to application deployment and security compliance is within scope. Coordinates the provisioning of servers.
  • Participates in the design of information and operational support systems.
  • Provides Level2 and Level3 support.
  • Liaision with vendors and IT for problem resolution.
Minimum and Additional Requirements: A bachelor's degree in computer science or related field and experience in computer system development and modification. Relevant work experience may be substituted for the bachelor's degree on a year for year basis. Preferred Qualifications: Experience in installing, configuring, and troubleshooting GNU Linux based environments Experience with monitoring systems Knowledge in networking (OSI network layers, TCP/IP) Experience in system automation from the OS to application delivery layers Additional Comments: This is a full time, Time-Limited position offering health and retirement benefits, annual and sick leave, and a flexible work schedule. Don't miss this opportunity to work with an exciting diverse state agency. Our Health & Demographics section receives processes, distributes, and interprets health, demographic, and census data in South Carolina; Provides for general use an appropriate statistical and GIS (Small-area mapping) infrastructure enabling users to obtain health, socio-economic and demographic analysis for planning, intervention and evaluation of programs; Educates policy makers and other data users about the availability and appropriate use of information; Forms collaborative partnerships with agencies and research groups to carry out special studies and research projects related to health and socio-economic issues in South Carolina. Candidates must specifically meet the Agency Minimum Requirements or an equivalent combination of education and experience in accordance with State Human Resources Regulations to be considered for this position. If you certify on your application that you have an Associate's Degree or higher, you will be required to provide a certified official college transcript upon job offer. Failure to produce an official college transcript may result in termination. More Information and Apply Here

GIA position available in College of Nursing- Fall 2017

Time commitment: 10 hours/week. Period of employment matches the academic calendar. GIA will need to be available through the end of each semester’s exam period. Duties include: Assisting with Adobe Connect broadcast to distance campuses during class time, proctoring exams, editing and copying exams, grade entry, general assistance with Blackboard course setup and maintenance, tracking of student attendance and grades. Other administrative or academic support duties as they arise. May occasionally provide some research support such as database searches to find needed articles, and development of annotated bibliographies. Must have already attended or be able to attend the required TA/IA workshops hosted by the Center for Teaching Excellence and register for GRAD 701, a seminar course on TA development. These are one-time required trainings for any sort of assistantship position… This position will qualify the GA for in-state tuition. Interested graduate students should send a copy of their CV and some available times for interviews to: Shelli Gibbs:

Instructor of Computer Science at USC Salkehatchie

The University of South Carolina Salkehatchie invites applicants for an Instructor of Computer Science to begin August, 2017. This is a nine(9) month, non-tenure track position. Duties include teaching four(4) undergraduate computer science courses each semester. Summer school teaching opportunities may also be available and depend on student need/requests. Salary range is $42,000-$45,000 +state health benefits. A Master' s degree in computer science is required . USC Salkehatchie is one of eight(8) campuses in the University of South Carolina system. Our institution is located in the Low Country with campuses in Allendale and Walterboro. Classes will be taught on both campus sites. The University of South Carolina is ranked among the top three(3) public baccalaureate colleges in the South by US News & World Report's annual America's Best Colleges guide. Applications are accepted online at:; requisition # 007930. This website may also be accessed for further information about the position. Please attach a cover letter, CV/resume', and contact information for three (3) professional references. Please also forward an unofficial graduate transcript to: Dr. William A. Sandifer, Director of Human Resources, Attn: Computer Science Search, USC Salkehatchie, PO Box 617, Allendale SC 29810. For questions or need of further information, please contact Dr. Sandifer at 803-584-3446/7302. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. USC Salkehatchie is an AA/EEO employer. Women & minorities are encouraged to apply.

Excel Help Needed

Local Insurance Agency Looking for someone to help design an Excel Workbook to tract financials. Please call 803-351-2794

Developer Position at REsimplifi

REsimplifi is an OEM commercial real estate process and document management product built on the platform (Salesforce).  Our product has been deployed and we are looking for a recent graduate to act as a generalist developer. Strong JavaScript experience and good front end skills are a plus. Also, the applicant should be excited about coding and learning development on the (Salesforce) platform. Some project management with overseas developers will also be required. We’re an energetic and hard-working group located in the USC Technology Incubator. The position would be full-time. A monthly health insurance stipend will be provided (along with a monthly bring-your-own device stipend). Responsibilities
  • Ensure the technical feasibility of UI/UX designs
  • Optimize applications for maximum speed and scalability
  • Assure that all user input is validated before submitting to back-end services
  • Collaborate with other team members
  • On-Board new clients to ensure successful adoption
  • Support Sales Team as a technical resource in Sales Calls
  • Meet deadlines and communicate status of builds with management team
Skills and Qualifications
  • Strong understanding of JavaScript, its quirks, and workarounds
  • Basic understanding of web markup, including HTML5 and CSS3
  • Good understanding of JavaScript libraries and frameworks such as AngularJS, KnockoutJS, BackboneJS, ReactJS, DurandalJS etc.
  • Good understanding of asynchronous request handling, partial page updates, and AJAX
  • Proficient understanding of cross-browser compatibility issues and ways to work around such issues
  • Proficient understanding of code versioning tools, such as {{Git / Mercurial / SVN}}
  • Good understanding of browser rendering behavior and performance
  • Real estate or Financial Services experience helpful (but not required)
  • Experience with continuous integration and/or environment management
  • programming experience is not required (but a willingness to learn is a must)
Send resumes to REsimplifi, Inc. follows an equal opportunity employment policy and employs personnel without regard to race, creed, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, physical or mental ability, veteran status, military obligations, and marital status.

Undergraduate Student Researchers

Four positions of Student Researcher are available as part of an internally-funded grant project. Undergraduates from any discipline may apply; coursework in Media Arts, Art History, Graphic Design, Computer Science, Geography, and Library Science is preferred. Student Researchers will contribute to a collaborative and interdisciplinary project devoted to reimagining eighteenth-century architectural illustrations and maps by Giovanni Piranesi from USC’s Irvin Department of Rare Books and Special Collections. Working in teams along with a Project Manager during the academic year, Student Researchers will scope digital visualization and image manipulation programs, develop two thematic “mock-up” demonstrations, determine the time, labor, and technology necessary to fulfill future project goals, and share “mock-ups” with project staff and faculty participants. Working knowledge of Italian preferred but not essential. Pay rate: $10/hr; 10 hours/week Preferred qualification: minimum GPA of 3.5. Start date: Aug 1, 2017; End date: June 30, 2018 Please submit a detailed cv and list any training or work experience in digital technology, by July 15. Jeanne M. Britton Curator, Irvin Department of Rare Books and Special Collections University of South Carolina

Project Manager (Graduate Student)

Graduate students in Media Arts, Art History, Public History, Computer Science, Geography, and the Library School are invited to apply for the position of Project Manager. The Project Manager will contribute to an internally-funded grant project devoted to reimagining eighteenth-century architectural illustrations and maps by Giovanni Piranesi from USC’s Irvin Department of Rare Books and Special Collections. Broadly speaking, the Project Manager will oversee the project’s logistical aspects and contribute to its practical and conceptual goals. The ideal individual for this position will bring an interest in digital design to Piranesi’s material and develop his/her own ideas through consultation with the project’s Principal Investigators. Work will include exploring digital visualization and image manipulation programs best suited to enhancing Piranesi’s illustrations, serving as a third member of undergraduate student teams, and synthesizing the work of Student Researchers, who will be responsible for developing two thematic “mock-up” demonstrations, determining the time, labor, and technology necessary to fulfill future project goals, and sharing “mock-ups” with project staff and faculty participants. The Project Manager will also schedule and attend meetings of project participants, take and disseminate meeting notes, explore potential outsourcing developers, manage communications, coordinate travel, and develop intellectual goals for research related to the project. Must have excellent writing and verbal communication skills, strong attention to details, good time-management, organizational, and interpersonal skills, and a working knowledge of Microsoft Office and Adobe Acrobat. Knowledge of HTML is preferred but not required. Pay rate: $15/hr; 20 hours/week Start date: Aug 1, 2017; End date: Sept 30, 2018 Please submit a detailed cv and list any training or work experience in digital technology or digital humanities, by July 15. Jeanne M. Britton Curator, Irvin Department of Rare Books and Special Collections University of South Carolina

Linux and HPC support: Undergraduate Student

Linux and HPC support Undergraduate student position 10-15 hours/week The Research Cyberinfrastructure group ( has an opening for an undergraduate student in support of several High Performance Computing systems. Linux command line and bash scripting experience is desirable but not required. This is a great opportunity for an undergraduate student to gain hands-on experience supporting various projects in a research computing environment. For consideration, send your resume to with a subject line “RCI HPC position”.

Python software development: Graduate Student

Python software development Graduate student position 10-15 hours/week The Research Cyberinfrastructure group ( has an open position for scientific software applications development. The working environment is Python (SciPy), Flask, Javascript, GIT, Linux and Visual Basic. Although knowledge in any of these areas would be desirable, we mainly require a strong interest and ability to learn the programming environment quickly. This is a great opportunity for graduate students who can work 10 to 15 hours per week. For consideration, send your resume to with a subject line “RCI Python developer position”.

Back-end Web Developer at IDV SpeedTree

IDV is looking for a back-end web developer to join our small team in Lexington, South Carolina. Responsibilities
  • Maintain and optimize the SpeedTree e-commerce system.
  • Create custom web applications.
  • Maintain SpeedTree web server.
  • Lead web security effort.
  • Strong sense of task ownership.
  • Excellent written communication skills.
  • Experience creating custom web applications.
  • Experience maintaining a Unix-based web server.
  • Experience administering WordPress/WooCommerce-based stores.
  • Some technical knowledge of 3D computer graphics a plus.
SpeedTree, used in more than 1,000 video games of every budget and genre, and more than 75 feature films, is the world’s most popular, most awarded vegetation software. SpeedTree’s extensive recognition includes a 2015 Scientific and Technical Academy Award®, a 2015 Engineering Emmy®, a Develop Award and a Front Line Award for middleware. For more information about SpeedTree, please visit Please email resumes to Chris King,