Work at the I School
Working at the I School is an extraordinary experience — for faculty, staff, students, and research employees. Our relatively small size and dedication to transforming information into knowledge create an environment focused on innovation, teamwork, and professional development.
If this kind of community appeals to you, we encourage you to explore job opportunities at the I School.
Professor & Lecturer Jobs
Assistant Professor of Technology Policy, Governance, and Society
The Goldman School of Public Policy and the School of Information invite applications for a joint tenure-track appointment at the intersection of technology and policy, including digital democracy, privacy and security, and data science from a policy analysis perspective, with expertise such as policies and regulation for AI/automation; racial-ethnic and social justice; public health; climate change and environmental sustainability; election and voting integrity; social media, journalism and information integrity; public administration and agile government; planning, infrastructure, and transportation; or law and technology regulation.
Information Management Lecturers
We welcome applications for a pool of part-time, non-tenure track lecturers who can teach classes in our Master of Information Management and Systems program.
Data Science Lecturers
We welcome applications for a pool of part-time, non-tenure track lecturers who can teach 15-person sections in our web-based master’s program in data science.
We welcome applications for a pool of part-time, non-tenure track lecturers who can teach 15-person sections in our web-based cybersecurity master’s program.
Executive Director, Online Programs
The Executive Director of Online Programs leads the I School's Master of Information and Data Science (MIDS) and Master of Information and Cybersecurity (MICS) programs, promoting academic excellence in the programs and fostering a collaborative environment among faculty and staff. The executive director oversees curriculum development, instructor hiring and staffing decisions, and program evaluation.
Assistant Director of Student Affairs
The Assistant Director of Student Affairs fills a key role in the School of Information, planning and implementing student services for all I School graduate students with a particular focus on MIMS students.
Online Course Development: Requests for Proposals
Course Development, Online Course in Generative AI
The Master of Information and Data Science program at the School of Information at UC Berkeley seeks proposals for a new online graduate course in Generative AI.