career

Campus interview schedules and internships listings are posted on the bulletin board by the main stair case on the first floor of Chase Hall.

Current students at UNL can access the career center for additional opportunities and company interview schedules, or enroll with the career center for job postings. East campus students can register with the career center in the East Campus Union, room 301. Students can also look for on-line for campus jobs for internships, work-study opportunities and more. Other resources: 

We are Hiring!

Watershed Hydrologist (tenure -leading)

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources (IANR) is seeking candidates for a Watershed Hydrologist, Assistant Professor in either the Department of Biological Systems Engineering (BSE) or the School of Natural Resources (SNR). This 12-month, tenure-leading faculty position with a 40% teaching and 60% research assignment is a great opportunity for an energetic, motivated individual to lead nationally-recognized research and teaching programs by conducting basic and applied research in hydrologic processes and water resources management at multiple scales, with emphasis on understanding water resources within watersheds, especially the water balance in watersheds. Knowledge gained will be used to develop methodologies to manage the interactions of surface water with ground water and/or the atmosphere at the watershed scale in systems of importance to Nebraska. The faculty member will play a significant role in a team of four faculty members currently being hired to conduct scientific research and to educate students and the public about water resource management issues in Nebraska, especially in water-limited semi-arid regions of the state. For additional information about IANR visit http://ianr.unl.edu; about SNR visit http://snr.unl.edu; or about BSE visit http://bse.unl.edu.

To view details of the position and make application, go to http://employment.unl.edu.  Search for position #F_ 140159 .

internship

Internships are a valuable component and add perspective to the educational experience by providing students with the opportunity to immerse themselves into a work environment that may aid in future career decisions. Taking the time to look and explore options may net a good paying internship. Academic credit is available with a few internships. Internships may be paid or not, while co-op employment is always paid. Either experience provides full-time or part-time employment for the student.

There are many ways to secure an internship. Career Services, job fairs, direct contact, student and faculty networks have all been successful methods of securing career experience.

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