Center for Computing Research
Sandia's Center for Computing Research is always looking for outstanding scientists and engineers across a broad spectrum of disciplines. We hire mathematicians, computer scientists, data scientists, computational scientists, cognitive scientists, and many additional disciplines as evidenced by the scope of our web pages. We primarily (but not exclusively) hire PhDs. We offer competitive salaries and benefits, internationally-renowned peers, outstanding research resources, and a work environment that is highly collaborative and interdisciplinary. We interact extensively with academia and other government and industrial research laboratories. We work on problems of high impact to the nation and the world. Most of our hires are U.S. citizens, but we can make exceptions for particularly outstanding candidates.
If this sounds like an environment in which you would thrive, you can access Sandia's Careers page to look for current opportunties. Even if you don't find an appropriate posting, we might be interested in considering you, so feel free to contact a staff member or manager whose research interests align with your own.
We also have an extensive summer internship program for graduate and advanced undergraduate students. These positions fill quickly, so you should approach a potential summer mentor by January at the latest.
Sandia's Job Posting Listings
Instructions are provided on Sandia's Hiring Process page for registering and applying on-line. Registering will enable you to create your profile, save jobs that interest you, apply online, and receive updates about new openings that meet the criteria you set up.
Internships & Co-ops
Sandia offers a wide range of technical and business-related opportunities for students ranging from high school (ages 16+) to those working on their PhD degrees.
Sandia's postdoctoral program provides opportunities to work with top scientists and engineers using state-of-the-art instruments and tools. Postdoctoral appointees conduct leading-edge research, publish and present their findings, collaborate with others in academia and industry, and contribute to the advancement of technology in a wide variety of scientific fields. If you have completed your doctoral degree within the last three years and would like to continue building your experience and knowledge in basic and applied science and technology, you could be hired for a postdoctoral appointment at Sandia.
Center for Computing Research Current Postdocs
Cowen, Benjamin J.
Crockatt, Michael Meyers
Cusentino, Mary Alice
Lopez, Oscar Fabian
Mendez Granado, Juan Pedro
Moon, Gordon Euhyun
Patel, Ravi Ghanshyam
Smith, John Darby
Sockwell, Kenneth Chadwick