Working at Carnegie Mellon University

CERT is a division of the Software Engineering Institute (SEI). Working at the SEI means that you also work for Carnegie Mellon University, a global research university with more than 13,200 students, 100,000 alumni, and 5,000 faculty and staff. It has campuses in Pittsburgh, Qatar, and Silicon Valley, and degree-granting  programs  worldwide.

Carnegie Mellon’s award-winning faculty members are renowned for solving major scientific, technological, and societal challenges. It fosters a diverse workforce and emphasizes the power of creativity and innovation—our community bridges the art and engineering worlds, is a world leader in robotics, and is home to one of the world’s best schools of drama. Current and former faculty and alumni are winning top awards in art, science, and technology. If that wasn’t enough, 100% of the university’s electricity comes from green power sources, ranking it as a green power leader by the EPA.

Excellent Employee Benefits

The university offers competitive employee benefits including

  • Carnegie Mellon tuition benefit programs for you and your dependent children
  • Health benefits (a wide selection of medical insurance plans from several different providers, drug prescription plans, flexible spending accounts, multiple vision and dental plans)
  • Competitive (8%) salary contributions to 403(b) retirement accounts
  • Relocation assistance
  • Lifestyle support (university-run child care, free public transportation, paid time off, etc.)

To learn more about benefits and other employee programs at Carnegie Mellon, visit the Carnegie Mellon University Human Resources site.