Job Search Resources
Finding an Academic Job
by James Lambers, Institute for Computational and Mathematical Engineering Stanford University
The Riley Guide
Free resources with open access to the job listings. Site serves both as an internet primer and an index to the better employment-related sites.
Mathematical Job Information [PDF, 166KB]
SIAM, MAA, and AMS post information about jobs and careers for mathematical scientists on their Web pages. This sheet, put together by the AMS-MAA-SIAM Joint Committee on Employment Opportunities, provides a quick reference with useful links for finding and applying for a job, career information, and selected advice on a mathematics job search.
Try using relevant and varied search terms to investigate such sources as
your alma mater's career center, job hunter and career preparation workshops,
seminars and books. You may also consider using services such as resume writing
and career counseling.