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The BOLD Center and ITLL are hiring for a few student assistant positions. Further details about each position are below, but in order to apply for any of these positions, you will need:

1.  A cover letter
2. Your resume
3. Your schedule

1. ITLL Systems Administrator Assistant

Job Description: The Integrated Teaching and Learning Laboratory is looking for a student assistant to help support the Systems Administrator in the operation and maintenance of the ITLL and systems and network. Tasks include, but are not limited to, helping manage user accounts, building and installing software packages for multiple configurations, repairing and replacing hardware on workstations and printers, debugging software installation problems, and helping write and maintain detailed documentation for all system related projects.

Starting pay is $12.00/hour. This position is expected to work a minimum of 10 hours per week while classes are in session; however, the hours are flexible. The position’s start date will coincide with the start of the fall 2012 semester and has potential for long-term employment. We prefer students who have the availability to continue employment as long as they are a CU student. We do consider first-year and sophomore students so they have time to learn the complex systems of the ITLL.

Minimum Qualifications: CU-Boulder engineering student with a minimum GPA of 2.3. Experience with Windows operating systems and a commitment to work at least one year (spring and fall semester). Applicant needs to be highly analytical and interested in finding solutions to problems through the use of new technologies. Strong written and verbal communication skills are also critical. Organizational skills and ability to multi-task a must.

Preferred Skills: Familiarity with the following:

  • System debugging tools, i.e. RegMon, FileMon, ProcessMon and built-in Windows logs
  • Building and testing computer images via Symantec Ghost
  • Active Directory account management
  • Basic networking concepts, tools and hardware, cabling
  • Network Printing: troubleshooting and maintenance
  • Antivirus/malware/spyware detection and removal
  • Scripting/programming; VBScript, HTML, JavaScript, .NET, etc..
  • Windows operating systems (x86 and x64):
    • Ø Windows XP, Vista, and 7
    • Ø Server 2003, 2008

Additional Notes: This position falls within the requirements of the Earn-Learn program. For more information, please visit: http://engineering.colorado.edu/activelearning/earnlearn.htm . Work study students are encouraged to apply.

How to Apply: Application deadline is September 14, 2012 (Note: Position will remain open until deadline unless otherwise filled before September 14, 2012). Please email cover letter discussing your interest in and qualifications for the position, your schedule of availability and your résumé J. Franklin at john.franklin@colorado.edu

2. GoldShirt Program Assistant

Job Description: A student assistant is needed to support the GoldShirt program. Tasks include, but are not limited to:

  • Organizing events for the GoldShirt program, including GoldShirt Roundups, interviews, social activities, etc.
  • Gathering data, develop reports, and create presentations as needed throughout the year
  • Communicating with GoldShirt students (email, phone call, face to face, etc.)
  • Tracking scholarship compliance information and notifying students who are out of compliance
  • Assisting the Engineering GoldShirt Program Director with courses as needed
  • Preparing mailings and materials for meetings and presentations
  • Contacting prospective GoldShirt students to schedule interviews
  • Working effectively and efficiently with other BOLD student assistants

Additional Notes: This is an earn-learn position and is also open to students with work-study. Unfortunately GoldShirt students are NOT eligible for this position due to sensitivity of information.

How to Apply: Please email cover letter discussing your interest in the program and qualifications for the position, your schedule of availability and your résumé to Professor Tanya Ennis at tanya.ennis@colorado.edu or drop off at the BOLD Center front desk. Deadline is September 14, but preference will be given to early applications.

ENGAGE Program Assistant

Job Description: A student assistant is needed to support the ENGAGE program in the BOLD Center. Tasks include, but are not limited to:

  • Working with CU Engineering faculty to develop everyday engineering examples and related activities suitable for sophomore-level engineering courses (i.e. Thermodynamics, Transport, etc.)
  • Working with CU Engineering faculty to develop forms and other teaching materials to support faculty-student interactions
  • Supporting evaluation of the ENGAGE activities by compiling survey data from students and faculty participating in ENGAGE
  • Regularly meeting with Dr. McAfee and the CU Engineering ENGAGE Team to discuss other project needs
  • Supporting related education research efforts in the BOLD Center (literature searches and distillations, etc.)

Additional Notes: This is an earn-learn position and is also open to students with work-study.

How to Apply: Please email cover letter discussing your interest in the program and qualifications for the position, your schedule of availability and your résumé to Dr. LaRuth McAfee at laruth.mcafee@colorado.edu or drop off at the BOLD Center front desk. Deadline is September 14, but preference will be given to early applications.

BOLD Center General Assistant

Job Description: A student assistant is needed to support the BOLD Center in general, working with Dr. Bev Louie, Jess Lanan and Dr. LaRuth McAfee. Tasks include, but are not limited to:

  • Supporting the planning of BOLD Center and College recruiting events
  • Supporting Jess with communications projects
  • Data compilation and analysis, graphing, and weekly summaries of Student Success Center usage
  • Preparation of materials for Introduction to Engineering class materials
  • Giving Engineering College tours, writing recruiting postcards and other recruitment event activities

Additional Notes: This is an earn-learn position and is also open to students with work-study.

How to Apply: Please email cover letter discussing your interest in the program and qualifications for the position, your schedule of availability and your résumé to Dr. LaRuth McAfee at laruth.mcafee@colorado.edu or drop off at the BOLD Center front desk. Deadline is September 14, but preference will be given to early applications.

 

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