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Student Opportunities in Student Affairs Technology

Student Affairs Technology offers students a variety of opportunities for career growth and tech education in the field of technology, all while working around your class schedule.

Student Affairs Technology is dedicated in supporting the institutional commitment to diversity and multiculturalism and offering educational experiences, leadership opportunities, and academic support which advances the social, intellectual, cultural and civic development of students.

* You must be a current WSU student to apply for any SAT positions.

 

Computer Lab Aide

20 hours/week

The primary responsibility of the Lab Assistant is to provide customer service and support to patrons using the computer labs. Ensure clean and efficient operation of lab facility. Assist team leader and supervisor as needed.

Qualifications:

  • Must have completed TBE 1700 (or equivalent) with a grade of "B" or higher
  • Knowledgeable in Microsoft and WordPerfect Suite
  • Experience working in a customer service environment


The Benefits of a Being a Computer Lab Aide

  • Diverse work environment
  • Semi-annual trainings specializing in customer service, job specific tasks, and leadership academy
  • Progressive leadership opportunities
  • Opportunities for professional and personal development
  • Work schedules are designed around your personal and class schedules
  • Opportunities to network amongst peers and faculty
  • Non-stress work environment with end-of-semester parties and get together!

More Info: Carey Anson canson@weber.edu

 

Computer Lab Technician

20 hours/week

The lab technician's primary responsibilities would be to provide desktop hardware and software support to all open student computer labs and department. This includes setup and configuration of new computers, diagnosing and resolving hardware issues. The position will require working in close coordination with different IT departments on campus. On a semester or yearly basis, the job entails some amount of physical labor in setting up computers, running cables and moving computers. The position will work under the supervision of the computer lab technician.

Qualifications:

  • Strong knowledge of computer hardware
  • Basic understanding of Windows domain networks and Active Directory Domain Services
  • Thorough knowledge and experience working with Windows 7 and Mac OS's

The Benefits of a Being a Computer Lab Tech

  • Diverse work environment
  • Semi-annual trainings specializing in customer service, job specific tasks, and leadership academy
  • Opportunities for professional and personal development
  • Work schedules are designed around your personal and class schedules
  • Opportunities to network amongst peers and faculty
  • Non-stress work environment with end-of-semester parties and get together!

 

More Info: Carey Anson canson@weber.edu

 

Computer Lab Graphic Designer

20 hours/week

Primary responsibilities of the graphic designer include designing fliers, posters, manuals, brochures, as well as other print publications that effectively present services and programs about the labs. Student will be responsible for producing publications from concept through production. Position may include basic updates to the computer lab web site. The student will work as an aide in the labs while fulfilling the desktop publishing duties.

Qualifications:

  • Knowledge of composition design
  • Familiar with Adobe Suite i.e. Adobe InDesign, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop
  • Experience with four-color and spot print processes as well as file packaging

 

The Benefits of Being a Computer Lab Graphic Designer

  • Diverse work environment
  • Semi-annual trainings specializing in customer service, job specific tasks, and leadership academy
  • Opportunities for professional and personal development
  • Opportunity to increase portfolio with real-world design and composition application
  • Work schedules are designed around your personal and class schedules
  • Opportunities to network amongst peers and faculty
  • Non-stress work environment with end-of-semester parties and get together!

 

More Info: Carey Anson canson@weber.edu

 

Student Affairs Technology Office Assistant

20 hours/week

This is a part-time job focused on good customer service as well as responsibility and organization.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Answering and directing phone calls to the correct areas
  • Making and scheduling appointments for one-on-ones and departments meetings as well as managing a calendar system for Leave
  • Taking notes during department meetings as well as other important committee meetings
  • Keeping files organized and easy to find for everyone in the department
  • Reconciling p-card statements at the end of each month
  • Looking through transaction reports and finding missing receipts or contacting Campus Stores for missing receipts
  • Receiving calls for the STA’s and completing work orders as well as using ServiceNow for following up on their work orders to make sure they have been completed

Position Available - apply online
Requisition #08685

More Info: Clayton Oyler coyler@weber.edu

 

Student Web Content Manager

20 hours/week

The primary responsibility of the web content manager is to assist the web development supervisor with support to Student Affairs staff needing basic website updates. All work will be done in the WSU content management system (CMS), which requires basic knowledge of HTML and CSS.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Completing work orders by assigned due dates
  • Working in code-view to manipulate/create HTML and CSS
  • Following WSU Student Affairs web standards
  • Basic image manipulation (cropping, sizing, dropping DPI)
  • Formatting content for enhanced usability
  • Reviewing sites to fix bad code, broken links, failure to follow standards, spelling/grammar errors and Associated Press Style formatting
  • Possibility for graphic design if applicant is qualified
  • Continued training through personalized training programs via Lynda.com

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Must be self-sufficient in ability to figure out and complete work orders
  • Advanced knowledge and experience with HTML and CSS
  • Basic understanding of Photoshop
  • Knowledgeable in English/grammar
  • Drive to learn about the industry

Plus if you are sufficient in:

  • CS5
  • Associated Press Style
  • W3C Web Standards
  • JavaScript
  • Flash/ActionScript

The Benefits of Being a Student Web Content Manager

Convenience

  • The position is a great paying job with the convenience of being on campus.
  • You are able to work around your class schedule.

 

Applicable To Your Future Career

  • Get “real-world” team experience through interaction with other designers, programmers and clients to complete a final project.
  • Sharpen your communication skills by helping those who may not understand web technology.
  • Increase your effective design and coding knowledge through applicable projects.
  • Ability to move up into student web designer position.
  • Walk away with professional job experience that can be applied to a number of careers and looks great on your resume.

 

Network

  • You will have the opportunity to work with and learn from professional staff who will encourage your growth in the field and can advise you in web-related career opportunities.
  • Opportunity to work with, meet and have fun with other students.

 


More Info: Dani McKean daniellemckean@weber.edu

 

Student Programmer

20 hours/week

The primary responsibility of the programmer is to help continue to grow Student Affairs Division's web presence. Assist supervisor as needed.

Qualifications:

Fully knowledgeable and competent with at least one scripting or programming language (Java, C, C++, Perl, Python).

And working knowledge of at least two of the following:

  • relational database design/SQL
  • XML/XSLT programming
  • HTML
  • web technologies
  • Linux/UNIX
  • Oracle
  • Windows Server 

 

The Benefits of Being a Student Programmer

 

  • The programming position is a great paying job with the convenience of being on campus.
  • You are able to work around your class schedule.
  • Get programming job experience.
  • Network with other student employees and staff.

 

 

More Info: Chip Coleman ralphcoleman@weber.edu

 

Student Mobile Programmer

20 hours/week

The Mobile Application Student Programmer leads the design, development and maintenance of Windows, Android and iPhone apps. The developer will lead the entire app lifecycle right from concept stage until delivery and post launch support.

Responsibilities:

  • Acting as lead student Windows, iOS and/or Android developer.
  • Working closely with other mobile app developers leading the other platform development.
  • Deliver across the entire app life cycle concept, design, build, deploy, test, release to app stores and support.
  • Working directly with developers and Student Affairs departments to conceptualize, build, test and realize products Gather requirements around functionality and translate those requirements into elegant functional solutions.
  • Standardizing the platform and in some cases apps to deliver across multiple brands with minimal duplication of effort.
  • Optimizing performance for the apps Keep up to date on the latest industry trends in the mobile technologies. Explain technologies and solutions to technical and non-technical users.
  • Develop innovative, reusable mobile applications for the Student Affairs and University community.

Qualifications:

  • Experience with various mobile strategies (hybrid,native).
  • Ability to design user interfaces that skillfully combine simplicity, features, usability, and responsiveness.
  • Experience in one of the following is required: iOS, Android or Windows.
  • Database design and implementation experience (Oracle,MySQL).
  • Cross mobile framework experience like Phonegap, Rhodes, Titatium a plus.

 

The Benefits of Being a Student Mobile Programmer

 

  • Work on campus close to classes.
  • Get the experience you need to get a job after graduation.
  • Network and collaborate with other student employees and professional staff.

 

 

More Info: Chip Coleman ralphcoleman@weber.edu

 

Student Technology Assistant (STA)

20 hours/week

The Student Technology Assistant's primary responsibility would be to provide desktop hardware and software support to all Student Affairs Division. This includes setup and configuration of new computers, installation of office printers, diagnosing and resolving software issues and troubleshooting some common computer problems. The position will require very good customer service and technical support skills. On a semester or yearly basis, the job entails some amount of physical labor in setting up computers, running cables and moving computers. And any other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

Should be able to install, maintain, troubleshoot and repair various types of computer equipment (PC or MAC Desktops and Laptops, Scanners and Printers) along with upgrading new hardware and software.


Previous knowledge and experience with Novel Client, Faronics Deep Freeze and Symantec Ghost is a plus.

The Benefits of Being an STA

 

  • Work Around Your Class Schedule
  • Career Enhancement
  • Hands On Technical Experience
  • Latest Technology To Play With
  • Netbook, Flash Drives, External Hard Drives ...

 

 

More Info: Dave Taylor dtaylor@weber.edu

 

Student Technology Assistant (STA) - Davis

20 hours/week

The Student Technology Assistant's primary responsibility is to provide customer service and technical support to the Student Affairs Division with particular emphasis on those services at WSU Davis. This includes answering phones and respond to customer requests. It also includes setup and configuration of new computers, installation of office printers, diagnosing and resolving software issues, following up on customer inquiries not immediately resolved and troubleshooting common computer problems.

Qualifications:

At least one year of demonstrated exposure to desktop technologies and associated troubleshooting and problem resolution.  


Previous knowledge and experience with technical support, Microsoft Active Directory, Gmail, Work order database software is a plus.  

The Benefits of Being an STA

 

  • Work Around Your Class Schedule
  • Career Enhancement
  • Hands On Technical Experience
  • Latest Technology To Play With
  • Netbook, Flash Drives, External Hard Drives ...

 


Requisition #08341

**This is a pooled position. Applicants are selected from the pool as positions become available. After a period of time the pool will expire and applicants will be notified.

 

More Info: Dave Taylor dtaylor@weber.edu

 

Student Technology Assistant/Compliance

20 hours/week

This is a part-time job working primarily to provide compliance auditing, monitoring and repair for the Student Affairs division. Other duties may include first and second level helpdesk responsibilities, software and hardware support, networking, user assistance and technology focused customer service. Work is done around class schedules, M-F for current semester.

Qualifications:

Experience with common operating systems such as Windows and Macintosh is required.

The Benefits of Being an STA

 

  • Work Around Your Class Schedule
  • Career Enhancement
  • Hands On Technical Experience
  • Latest Technology To Play With
  • Netbook, Flash Drives, External Hard Drives ...

 


**This is a pooled position. Applicants are selected from the pool as positions become available. After a period of time the pool will expire and applicants will be notified.

More Info: Dave Taylor dtaylor@weber.edu