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Employment Opportunities

Current or recent job openings for the Minnesota Population Center are listed below. Applications for current openings should be should be made via the University of Minnesota's online employment system. For more information or if you have any questions, please contact us at mpc-jobs@umn.edu.
 
Current Openings:
 
Linux System Administrator: (Job ID 305983) The MPC IT Core's team manages the infrastructure that the MPC uses to create, test, deploy, run and monitor our custom-developed software systems for processing and disseminating our research datasets.
 
Post-Doctoral Associate:  (Job ID 307344) This position is involved in linking records from the 1940 U.S. Census to records from the five major modern and ongoing surveys of health and retirement among older Americans.
 
Research Scientist: (Job ID 306058) This Ph.D.-level position is involved in all stages of data and metadata production, including the web dissemination system and research dissemination. 
 
Undergraduate Office Assistant: (Job ID 307540) This position is part of a reception and administrative support team, providing service to staff and visitors to the Center.
 
Senior Data Analyst Job ID 306115) This M.A./M.S.-level researcher position is involved in all stages of data and metadata production, including the web dissemination system and research dissemination. Interviews in progress, we are no longer accepting applications for this position. 
 
Data Analyst Job ID 306055) This B.A./B.S.-level researcher position is involved in all stages of data and metadata production, including the web dissemination system and research dissemination. Interviews in progress, we are no longer accepting applications for this position. 
 
Follow the links above to read the full job descriptions for each position. To apply, go to The University of Minnesota Job Center website and use the Job ID numbers listed above to search for the open position. 
 
Summer 2016 Diversity Fellowship: Fellows will work extensively with data of various types, including historical census and survey data from the United States and spatial data. Students must be enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program at the University of Minnesota. The MPC works with students from many disciplines across campus. You can read the full description with application instructions on our 2016 Diversity Fellowhip flyer
 
Note: applications for the Diversity Fellowship are not submitted through the Univeristy of Minnesota Job Center. Please read flyer for complete application instructions.