Academic And Staff Positions
The University of California has embarked upon a vigorous program to remedy imbalances in the racial and sexual composition of its student body and staff. The UCLA Computer Science Department is strongly committed to supporting this policy by making every effort to attract qualified minorities and women to its graduate student body, faculty, administrative staff and research staff. The department endeavors to widely publicize all openings for employment so as to bring them to the attention of interested minorities and women. In addition, potential students and employees falling into these categories are given special counseling and advice to facilitate their entrance into the university community. Interested women and members of minority groups are invited to contact the Chair or the Management Services Officer of the Computer Science Department for further information.
STAFF AND ACADEMIC POSITIONS
Bachelor of Science in engineering or computer science. Graduate student status at UCLA. Several positions open.
Admitted into the graduate degree program in order to be eligible for appointment for the next academic year.
The Center For Experimental Science has research staff positions for Computer System Designer, Principal Programmer and Programmer.
To teach and conduct research in specialized areas of computer science, a Ph.D. in computer science and college-level teaching experience is required. In particular, primary areas of interest are artificial intelligence, computer-aided design, computer science theory, scientific computing, computer networks, computer systems architecture, programming languages and systems, database systems, and parallel and distributed systems. Most new faculty members begin their academic careers at the Assistant Professor level. Tenured positions of Associate Professor or Full Professor are only offered under very unusual circumstances to a candidate with exceptional research accomplishments. In-residence positions at all levels have the same duties and privileges as the unmodified title and must satisfy the same evaluation criteria, the difference being that there is no long-term commitment of state funds to the position.
Distinguished accomplishments in computer science or related disciplines. This position does not normally carry a salary except for stipends for teaching regularly scheduled courses and/or participation in extramurally sponsored research programs.
Visiting Professorships, Lecturers, Post-Doctoral Scholars, Research Engineers
Possessing a doctorate or equivalent experience in computer science or related disciplines. Candidate may be on leave from an academic position in a recognized university.