Professor Dan Negrut’s Simulation Based Engineering Lab (SBEL) is seeking a system administrator to manage the lab’s supercomputer cluster. Both graduate and undergraduate students are welcome to apply. Find full details on the attachment.
The Human-Computer Interaction Lab in Computer Sciences is looking for a part time programmer to help with coding for a new project. We're looking for someone who has strong programming skills, is self-motivated and organized, and can demonstrate competency in Python/ C++. Experience building GUIs and with using Adobe Illustrator is a plus. You'll begin by working on a project that involves creating a robot simulation from a set of tasks. Find more details via the link.
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. Find complete details on the attached posting.
The Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center (GLBRC) has openings for part-time programmers for spring semester, with the option to increase to full-time over summer break, within the LIMS (Laboratory Information Management System) development team. This job requires 3rd year or above students from Computer Science, having at least 1 year of programming experience. Programming experience in course project will count. .NET programming experience is preferred. Previous Java or C/C++ experience will be helpful.
StudentPrint is currently seeking two UW-Madison Students to join our team as Technical Specialists. StudentPrint is a completely self-sustaining, nonprofit student run print shop serving campus and the Madison community. The position requires a commitment of 3 semesters. Details can be found on the Student Job Center under posting # 24052. Apply by 2/9/2015.