Work with top notch staff at the University of Wisconsin Space Science and Engineering Center (SSEC). We are a research and development center with an international reputation for developing instrumentation for both terrestrial and space flight applications.
You will help SSEC create dynamic web pages, maintain our website and databases, and assist in the transition to a new CMS.
Schedule: 10 hours/week on average at $12/hour. Hours may vary depending on the lab's current project needs. Schedule times can be flexible, but some hours during the daytime/afternoon are required. Graduate students can choose to make this a project assistantship (PA) if desired. Duties: Programming, coding, testing and debugging for an online collaborative research project website. The candidate will also maintain the lab’s servers and perform other technical support duties as necessary.
Wanted: Undergrad/grad Java programmer to assist in development of a 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.
If you are considering becoming a software developer as a career, this opportunity is not to be missed! Internal Applications, one of UW-Madison’s central software development groups within the Division of Information Technology (DoIT), is looking to add an enthusiastic and talented student software developer to our group.
Pay: $11-$15/hr Hours: 10 to 20 hours per week during semester and 40 hours per week during summer
Wanted: Undergrad/grad student Java programmer with experience using Eclipse and Swing-based components for development of a GUI that provides a front end to existing computational chemistry software. Some experience in chemistry or allied molecular sciences desirable but not essential. Scheduling and hourly commitment to the project is adjustable. Please contact Prof. Frank Weinhold, Department of Chemistry, UW-Madison (firstname.lastname@example.org; 262-0263) by Friday, March 27, 2015.
New part-time software engineer position available with an independent non-profit organization working to improve sustainability in agriculture and communities through Integrated Pest Management (IPM) and other best practices. Find full details on the attached posting.
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.