Part-time position (in-house)

IT Student Assistant

The IT Help Desk Student Assistant will be responsible for assisting users with hardware, software and applications problems, and providing IT support with Windows, MAC and Linux desktops and network/server infrastructure, including troubleshooting problems and equipment maintenance. This position provides a unique ground floor opportunity to work with international leaders in computer science and networking research from the nationally-ranked UW-Madison Dept. of Computer Sciences on network and IT infrastructure support for the Discovery building.

Web Specialist

This position is a great opportunity to develop and gain practical web development experience. More importantly, you will learn about web development and be mentored by a full time web developer.

For more information, please see attached document.

Student hourly web developer

The Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at UW-Madison needs a person to design a highly secured, user-friendly website that inputs quantitative and qualitative data through an existing survey, and outputs a standardized report. This report should include charts from an existing R-code, as well as tables and text-paragraphs. In this sense, this website should do the following:

Temporary Desktop Support Technician

UW-Extension - Continuing Education, Outreach and E-Learning (CEOEL) is seeking someone to assist our Desktop Support team. This position offers technical training, a variety of opportunities to gain valuable work experience and a friendly, professional atmosphere. Successful candidates will have a passion for helping others and value learning and technology.

Find more details on the attached posting.

Programming Instructor (Part-Time)

Working with Maydm means impacting the lives of young people by teaching real-world STEM skills with courses in programming, engineering and computer science. If you are excited about unlocking students' creativity and
curiosity, this position is for you!

Maydm is a non profit organization with a mission to providing students with technical skills and exposure to pursue opportunities in the technology sector.

StudentPrint Technical Specialist

StudentPrint is a student-run, non-profit business where each team member is fully committed to the success of the business and accomplishing both personal and professional goals. We are currently seeking one candidate who, in addition to the mentioned qualifications, have interest and skills in the technology aspect of a student run business. Technical specialists are responsible for handling technical issues on any of our ten workstations, production printers, or server communication.

Java Programmer

Wanted: Undergrad or grad Java programmer to assist development of GUI front end to existing computational chemistry software. Strong preference will be given to students with CS 559 Computer Graphics or equivalent working experience with Eclipse and Swing/SVG-based components. Previous experience in chemistry or allied molecular sciences and general interest in graphics-based STEM tools is also highly desirable.

Student Programmer

Programming support for on-going development of an integrated farm systems simulation model. Joint project between UW-Madison Dairy Science Department and USDA-ARS Dairy Forage Research Center. Hourly appointment for 10-20 hr/week during the school year starting as soon as possible. Extension to full-time employment over the summer available. Regular evaluation of task completion and work quality.

For additional information, please see attached document.

Technical Specialist/Customer Service Representative

StudentPrint is a student-run, non-profit business where each team member is fully committed to the success of the business and accomplishing both personal and professional goals. We are currently seeking one candidate who, in addition to the mentioned qualifications, have interest and skills in the technology aspect of a student run business. Technical specialists are responsible for handling technical issues on any of our ten workstations, production printers, or server communication.

ProCSI Summer Camp Coordinator

The Simulation Based Engineering Lab (SBEL) located in the Mechanical Engineering Department is looking for a passionate and dedicated student to undertake a variety of outreach and program management tasks. The student will plan and organize the Promoting the Computational Science Initiative (ProCSI) Summer Program as well as carry out other outreach and administrative duties for SBEL.

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