NOTE: Due to the COVID-19 closure of UCI campus for all non-essential operations, this summer's industrial recruiting activities will be held remotely.
The Department of Chemistry hosts industrial recruiting events every summer to assist with the employment needs of graduate students. These recruiting events typically include an informational session, followed by interviews for specific positions they are recruiting for. The interviews are usually 30 to 45 minutes.
Staff are here to assist with scheduling your recruiting event, arranging informational sessions, and publicizing your visit within the Department. If you are interested, please contact Garrett Yoshitomi at (email@example.com) or fill out the Industrial Recruiting Sign-Up Form. Due to COVID-19, recruiting events will be held virtually this year. UCI uses Zoom as its primary teleconfrencing software; however, we are happy to utilize other platforms depending on your needs.
If you would like to publicize a career opportunity with the Department of Chemistry we can post the information on our Graduate Opportunities page. Please send any employment information you would like posted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Prepare and update your CV and research summary. It is strongly recommended that you consult your research advisor to review your materials. Keep both relatively short; 2–3 pages each is plenty. Pay special attention to format with an emphasis on clarity, and on research problems that you have solved. Send your CV and research summary as a single PDF to Garrett Yoshitomi at (email@example.com)
- If you are selected for an interview, make sure to review the company’s website prior to the recruiting day and pay close attention to the morning presentation. Your advisor might also be a good source of information on the company. If you know the recruiter’s names in advance it might be useful to find out who was their research advisor and what they did in graduate school and/or during their postdoc.
- Business casual dress is recommended. Although the recruiting sessions might seem informal, act respectfully as though it is the final interview and focus on clear and courteous communication.
- Come prepared to talk about your research. You may bring slides, but be prepared to talk informally at the board. Many recruiters would like to see you focus on the problems you have encountered during graduate school and how you solved those problems.
2020 Industrial Recruiting Calendar
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Recruiter(s): Dr. Nicole Goodwin & Dr. Greg Tabor
Recruiter(s): Dr. Devon Mundal & Dr. Ana Gonzalez
Recruiter(s): Dr. Connor Martin, Dr. Alec Lebasck & Dr. Jocelyn Wang
Recruiter(s): Dr. Daniel Tao & Dr. Noel Wilson
Recruiter(s): Dr. Gerit Pototschnig & Dr. Mohammad Zia-Ebrahimi
Recruiter(s): Dr. Sal Jabri & Dr. Aaron Whittaker
Recruiter(s): Dr. Jeff Jackson & Dr. Grant Shibuya
Recruiter(s): Dr. David Burns & Dr. Eddy Yue
Recruiter(s): Dr. Sharon Michalak & Dr. Brian Lanman
Recruiter(s): Dr. James Collins & Dr. Jacek Stalewski
Recruiter(s): Dr. Tejas Shah & Dr. Arvind Jaganathan
Recruiter(s): Dr. Jennifer Lafontaine & Dr. Michelle Tran-Dube
Recruiter(s): Dr. Winston Tse & Dr. Roland Saito