We are looking for talented seniors or graduates from top universities to join IPVM, the world’s leading video surveillance research firm. You will be able to immediately make a difference contributing to reporting that exposes significant problems, working with our world-leading experts.
There are 4 key requirements for these positions:
- Ethics: We maintain high ethics and care about finding and reporting what is right. While we pay well, if your main focus is making money, work at a bank or Facebook, etc. You should have a strong sense of ethics.
- Speak Up: Our work involves criticizing powerful people in technology and government. You need to have the confidence and determination to do so.
- Economics: You will need to have some fundamental education in economics and, in particular, be able to analyze an income statement, growth trends, etc.
- Technology: You will need to have some fundamental education in technology (e.g., computer science or engineering courses, artificial intelligence, software development, robotics experience, etc.). The research that we do focuses on technology so you need to be able to understand, assess and debunk technological claims.
IPVM research and reporting has been cited by the U.S. Government’s Congressional-Executive Commission on China (CECC) as well as major news publications including: The NY Times, WSJ, Forbes, CNN, BBC, Bloomberg Reuters, Financial Times, FP, The Intercept, Fast Company, and PCMag.
You would spend your days researching various topics, including analyzing online documents, financial analysis, conducting phone interviews, asking companies questions and, as you gain experience, contributing to and writing reports.
Remote / On-Site: The positions can be remote and we are looking for the best fits of those 4 requirements. However, living close to or willing to relocate near Bethlehem, PA, where our testing facility is located, would be an advantage. However, we encourage all students and graduates who think they may be a fit to apply.
Work alongside some of the best and brightest in the industry (including alumni from Dartmouth, Yale, Harvard, UPenn, West Point, NYU, and more) and join us in the fight for ethical use of video surveillance.