Employment Opportunities

Faculty Positions

Chair, Department of Computer Science
The College of Computing at Michigan Tech invites applications and nominations for the position of Professor and Chair of the Department of Computer Science. We seek an individual with the vision and leadership skills to elevate the department’s prominence in computing research, enhance our undergraduate and graduate academic programs and further our efforts in industry engagement.

Successful candidates will share our passion for teaching and scholarship in computer science, and have a strong commitment to cultivating diverse and inclusive learning environments. The position begins July 1, 2022. View the full position description here.

Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor
We also invite applications for multiple computer science faculty positions (rank open). All of areas of computer science research are welcome, with a particular interest in cybersecurity, artificial intelligence/machine learning, and software engineering.

Successful candidates will demonstrate a passion for their research, an enthusiasm for undergraduate and graduate education, and a strong commitment to cultivating diverse and inclusive learning environments. The anticipated start date is August 2022. View the full position description here.

College of Engineering Faculty Positions
Multiple assistant, associate, and full professor faculty positions are open in the Michigan Tech College of Engineering. View CoE faculty positions here.


Michigan Tech is an ADVANCE institution.

ADVANCE

Michigan Tech is an ADVANCE Institution, having received three National Science Foundation grants to increase the participation and advancement of women and underrepresented/underserved individuals in STEM.

 

 

 

 

Relocation Resources

Thinking of Relocating to the Keweenaw?

Michigan Technological University is located in Houghton. Of the safest college campuses in Michigan, Niche.com says Michigan Tech is No. 4. The area is home to 12,000 residents, and active with locally owned shops, eateries, high-tech companies, music festivals, and parades.

Students, staff, and the community enjoy the University-owned ski, snowboard, and tubing hill, golf course, and recreation trails, and other outdoor adventure opportunities the Keweenaw Peninsula offers.