Part-time position (in-house)

Student Programmer

Job Description: Programming support for ongoing development of an integrated farm systems simulation model written in Python. Joint project between UW-Madison Biological Systems Engineering Department and USDA-ARS Dairy Forage Research Center. Hourly appointment for 30-40 hr/week during the summer and 10-20 hr/week during the school year. Regular evaluation of task completion and work quality. Compensation is $15-17/hr depending on experience. Application deadline: March 31, 2018.

Desired competencies:

IT Specialist

Experience: Must have experience in handling general IT issues related to running a small business. (Undergraduate working towards a degree in computer science preferred.)

Job Responsibilities:

Student Assistant

Location: Health Sciences Learning Center 2112, 750 Highland Ave, Madison, WI

Degree/experience required:

  • Sophomore/Junior student in Computer Sciences or related fields
  • Preferred course taken: CS 301, CS367 or CS200, CS 300 and CS 400


Cybersecurity Student Assistant (two positions)

The University of Wisconsin-Madison Office of Cybersecurity provides a variety of IT security services for UW-Madison and UW System. These services include network traffic analysis, conducting network/host scanning, and reporting. Students will have the opportunity to enhance professional skills such as critical analysis, quality assurance, and customer support/service.

Training will be provided.

Some of the job duties are:

IT Student Support Technician – Student Worker

UW-Extension - Continuing Education, Outreach and E-Learning (CEOEL) is seeking a part-time, IT Student Support Technician to assist our IT Student Support team. This position offers technical training and 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 & technology.

Find full details on the attached posting.

UI Design Assistant

Job description:
Current design of medical technology does not help primary care physicians, nurses and advanced practice providers think
about, diagnose or treat patient problems. Technology interfaces are not designed to support teamwork in primary care. The
goal of this project is to develop new technology interfaces (data displays and inputs) to support the work of primary care
teams. Working with principal investigator Dr. Tosha Wetterneck and a research team in the School of Medicine and Public

Research Intern

Job Description:
The Construction Engineering and Management program of the Civil and Environmental
Engineering Department at UW-Madison would like to invite applicants to apply for a Research
Intern position. This hired person will be paid by the Civil and Environmental Engineering
department on a student hourly basis.
The chosen Research Intern will work on designing highly secured, user-friendly, and
sophisticated websites and Excel tools. The hired person will work closely with a team of


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