Thank you for your interest in Boston University. With a dynamic and diverse workforce, a great benefits package, social and cultural events, and the stability of a successful institution that has grown steadily since 1839, Boston University offers excellent opportunities for personal and career growth to all of its employees. Below is a listing of current faculty and staff openings in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE). For more information on employment at Boston University, you can also visit the Human Resources webpage.
The department is accepting applicants for several faculty openings. Roles include a tenured faculty position in the general areas of photonics, solid-state devices and nanostructures and two tenure track positions at the assistant professor level: one in the areas of software, systems and cybersecurity and another in the areas of optimization, machine learning and information systems. The department is also seeking an individual for a teaching faculty opening. For more information, visit our Faculty Search and Teaching Faculty pages.
All staff (administrative and technical) positions are hired through the Boston University Office of Human Resources.
The Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering sponsors a number of Graduate Research Assistant (RA) and General Teaching Fellowship (GTF) positions each year. RA positions are normally funded through an individual faculty member who should be contacted for the availability of a position in the area of his/her research. GTF Positions are normally funded through the Department and the Associate Chair for Graduate Studies should be contacted for the availability of such positions. Students who are seeking RA and GTF positions may also inquire through the Academic Programs Administrator for availability.
Undergraduate and graduate students within the Department may also be hired to fill hourly positions such as grader, lab assistant, lab monitor, teaching assistant, and Undergraduate Teaching Fellowship (UTF) positions. Undergraduate students may also be eligible for the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP) and the Supplemental Undergraduate Research Funds Program (ENG-SURF).
Post-doctoral posts (Research Associates) and sabbatical/visiting scientist positions are funded through faculty sponsors who should be contacted for the availability of such positions.
All other inquiries should be directed through the ECE Office.