Career Development

Webmaster:The Webmaster maintains and develops our website. The Webmaster is responsible for keeping the information on the website up to date, managing content and features on the website, and managing other users' access to edit content. Additionally, the Webmaster should always be looking to improve the website in terms of organization, looks, and functionality.

Qualifications:

This project will last about 4 - 5 months and we will likely need to work with several students as we have a total of approximately 350 screens that need to be developed.  Roughly 200 of them are basic setup, search, and prompt screens which will not require a high end or experienced developer.

 Below is a quick list of development tools that we will likely use.  Any experience students have with these tools would be very helpful.  The ultimate intent is to hire one or more students. Currently our business is based in the Boston area.

Description: Programming position, short and long term. Under the direction of a faculty member and doctoral student, work on implementing a demonstration of existing research technology. The work will be in the "rapid prototype" model, meaning quick prototypes that are regularly updated or replaced.

Upper division undergrads are welcome to apply.

Hours Per Week: Up to 20

Pay Rate: $15-24 per hour, depends on experience and skills

The UMass Amherst Information Technology, Computer Classrooms group is seeking an undergraduate programmer to develop and maintain web applications written in Ruby on Rails. We are looking for intelligent, amiable, and passionate individuals who work well in a team setting. We offer a flexible schedule during the semester and provide training in the various languages and technologies used, as well as industry best practices in web development.

Requirements:

The School of Design and Technology at Becker College invites applications for a full time faculty position in the Computer Science Department beginning in the Fall semester of 2017. The candidate will be expected to teach a full academic load per semester (12 credits), participate in new course/program development, and other activities commensurate with faculty responsibilities associated with instruction, scholarship and service to the College.

The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth (CTY) is seeking instructors and teaching assistants for our summer programs. CTY offers challenging academic programs for highly talented elementary, middle, and high school students from across the country and around the world. Positions are available at residential and day sites at colleges, universities, and schools on the East and West coasts.Visit here for a full list of sites.  

The School of Information Technologies (SIT) invites applications from outstanding candidates for a continuing Lecturer or Senior Lecturer position (Level B or C) in Distributed Computing starting immediately. The level of appointment will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

BongoWare LLC, Amherst, MA develops and supports data integration and analytics applications in the healthcare and higher education industries.

Part-time, project oriented work.

$20-50/hour, depending on expertise.

10-40 hours/month, flexible schedule.

Required: UMass CompSci student with strong aptitude demonstrated by prior computer science course or work experience success.

Useful Experience:

1) Microsoft SQL Server or similar enterprise scale database

Position 1 & 2 Job Description and Requirements 

Our mixed signal design team is looking for an Intern to work in our Boxborough MA USA office or Markham ON, Canada office, starting in May 2017 until Dec 2017.

Job Summary: You have energy, commitment, and passion and are capable of helping Apple transform education and enhance the college experience. You take every experience as a learning opportunity and improve upon your technique for the next. You're not only interested in representing the Apple brand but also in providing practical solutions to individuals or groups. You have excellent verbal and written communication skills and are excited to lead trainings and demos and to present in front of large groups of students and faculty.

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