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AMS Employment Center

The 64th Annual AMS
Employment Center

January 4th through January 7th, 2017
(Wednesday through Saturday)
Atlanta, Georgia

The Employment Center is an in-person interviewing program for positions in the mathematical sciences (mostly requiring a PhD). The Employment Center provides tables for employers for interviewing purposes. Interviews are conducted over a period of three and one-half days. Read an overview of the Employment Center.
 

The 2017 Employment Center will take place in the Centennial Ballroom, Lower Level 1, of the Hyatt Regency Atlanta.

One-Day tables will be available for purchase after the Advance Registration deadline both on MathJobs.org and onsite. These tables will be available on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday during the Joint Mathematics Meetings. The cost for one table is US$195. Only a limited number of tables are available per day and registration is first-come-first-served. It is strongly recommended to register early. See the staff of the Employment Center onsite for full details and to purchase a table.
 

Applicants --> Schedule Information
Employers --> Schedule Information

 

Applicants should read 10 Things Applicants Should Know about the Employment Center.

Employers will want to learn more about the Employment Center on the Employer Information page. 
 

Overview · LAST YEAR'S Final Report & LAST YEAR'S List of Employers · Advice and Articles · Pictures

 


For Further Information

Contact the AMS Employment Center Staff:
Pamela Morin
Diane Boumenot
800-321-4267, ext. 4060. or submit an inquiry.
 

Interviewing at the JMM

AMS Council Statement

The AMS strongly encourages use of the Employment Center venues for all professional interviews of prospective employees at society meetings. The use of personal hotel rooms is particularly discouraged

MAA Board of Governors statement

The MAA strongly discourages the use of personal hotel sleeping rooms as the site for professional interviews of prospective employees. This practice is intimidating for some job-seekers, particularly those who find the situation uncomfortable and possibly unsafe.


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