Other positions open from time to time in UW-IT's Academic Services division, offering students the opportunity to develop new skills and expand on existing experience. If you would like to inquire about any of these jobs, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and specify the job title.
|Unit & Job Title
||Skills & Experience You Can Gain
|Academic & Collaborative Applications unit
|Software Test Engineer
|Student Web Developer
||Web development and maintenance using WordPress, Drupal or others. Bug fixing. Plan, develop and maintain Web tools.
|Learning Technologies unit
|Partner Position: STF K2 Server Administrator
||System administration, software engineering and operational suport for a wide range of academic and administrative systems. Data analysis and administration for Windows Systems. Computer hardware and software support.
|Help Desk Client Coordination Senior Lead
||Event management, including scheduling, logistics, invoicing and technical support during conferences. Communications and leadership skills.
|Student Research Coordinator and Office Assistant
||Conduct research to understand technology trends and user needs related to teaching, learning, and research. Survey development. Office support and customer service skills.
|Student Tech – PC Lead
||Build and maintain Windows-based computer images, servers, networks and file and print services. System configuration support. Write and maintain maintenance and imaging documentation. Teamwork.
|Systems Team Senior Network Lead
||Manage Windows Active Directory and campus group policies. Oversight and leadership of other student team members. Build and maintain Windows-based computer images, servers, networks and file and print services. PC and Mac maintenance.
|Student Tech – Mac Lead
||Build and maintain computer images, servers, networks and file and print services. Maintain Apple equipment and servers. Write and maintain maintenance and imaging documentation. Script and software development for maintenance.
|Digital Audio Workshop Instructor
||Teach computer workshops in Digital Audio computing. Learn new technologies. Public speaking, writing.
||Teach computer workshops in a variety of areas: Digital Audio hardware and software, Adobe Creative Suite, MS Office, including Access, Windows 7, Apple OS X. Public speaking, writing.
||Help Desk Senior Multimedia Consultant
||Create and produce professional quality videos, and develop advanced skills in customer support and video conference technologies.
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