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The ITL Program staff and faculty strive to create a customer-oriented learning environment. Please browse the opportunities below, and check back periodically for newly-opened positions.
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Starting in August 2011; ~8-10 hours/week; $11 per hour.
If you are a self-motivated, detail-oriented, CU-Boulder undergraduate student with these skills, this job is for you. All undergraduate majors considered.
Please send your résumé and a note describing your qualifications to: Nick.Stites@Colorado.edu or fax 303-492-8825.
|TeachEngineering XML Tagger||Closed||The Integrated Teaching and Learning Program on the CU-Boulder campus seeks an undergraduate engineering student to create XML documents of pre-college classroom engineering lessons and activities for the TeachEngineering digital library collection at http://teachengineering.org/. Applicant must have good computer troubleshooting skills, editing skills, organizational skills, and must be detail oriented. Experience with Authentic and SVN is a plus, although training in these areas is available.
Starting in May 2009 and continuing for the next year or two, at 10 hours/week, $10 per hour.
If you are a CU-Boulder undergraduate engineering student with these skills, are self-motivated to learn, and want to work on a nation-wide university project that helps teachers and young students learn about engineering, this job is for you. All undergraduate majors considered.
Please email your résumé and a note describing your qualifications to: Darren.McSweeney@Colorado.edu or fax 303-492-8825.
|Technical Support||Closed||As an ITL Technical Support (TS) student, you work cooperatively with students, faculty and staff in a customer service capacity to support and check out/in the ITL Laboratory's supply of instrumentation and experimental classroom modules. No PC use, studying, video games, TV, etc., while working. TS student duties include, but are not limited to:
Applicant must be a CU-Boulder engineering student.
Students work 6-20 hours per week, $10 per hour.
If interested, electronically submit your résumé (including your major, year, computer/education background and how you can be reached), a letter of recommendation from a UCB professor of engineering, and a copy of your class schedule to: Mike.Elliott@Colorado.edu. For more information, see Mike Elliott, ITL Program, 522 UCB, in room ITLL 2B10, 303-735-0133.
|Closed||The ITL Program seeks engineering students of all majors to lead hands-on engineering activities with youngsters in Lafayette elementary schools' extracurricular program. The work requires 2-4 hours per week. The following times are available: Mondays, 2:45-3:45 pm, 2) Tuesdays, 2:30-3:30 pm. 3) Wednesdays, 2:30-4:30 pm, and 4) Tuesdays, 7:30-8:30 am.
We are also looking for students to mentor middle school students from October through January with their Invention Convention/Science Fair projects: any day Mon-Thur, 3:45-5:00 pm.
Requirements: be a CU-Boulder engineering junior, senior or graduate student; have your own car to get to Lafayette (11 miles east of Boulder); demonstrate excellent communication; possess an interest in K-12 education and working with young students; and successfully pass a background check.
Deadline: Apply by Friday, September 21, by emailing your résumé and a statement of interest to Janet.Yowell@Colorado.edu.
|Undergraduate Engineering TAs||Closed
||The ITL Program seeks responsible UCB engineering students to serve as undergraduate teaching assistants for GEEN 1400: First-Year Engineering Projects.
Students are asked to work 8 hours per week. The pay rate is $10 per hour for seniors, $9.50 per hour for juniors and $9 per hour for sophomores. Applicant must be an undergraduate UCB engineering student.
To apply, email to Derek.Reamon@Colorado.edu the following:
|NSF GK-12 Fellowships||Closed||The ITL Program is hiring CU-Boulder engineering PhD students to teach in local K-12 classrooms as science, math, engineering and technology resources, develop and pilot curriculum materials, and serve as engineering role models for young students.
Each fellowship, funded by the National Science Foundation, provides a half-time GRA stipend funded for periods of months. For more information, click here.
|Systems Administration||Closed||The Integrated Teaching and Learning Program is looking for an Application Developer and System Management student assistant to help support the maintenance of the ITL network. Tasks include, but are not limited to, helping manage user accounts, building and installing software sets for multiple configurations, repairing and replacing hardware on workstations, debugging software installation problems, documenting workstation and server installs, and collecting all necessary software on CDs for reinstallations.
The Application Developer will also be responsible for maintaining, extending and developing software applications that are used for student administration and other system management tasks. The student assistant will work independently on complex and sometimes challenging projects with minimal direct supervision.
Starting pay is $10.00/hour. This position is expected to work a minimum of 10 hours per week while classes are in session; however, the schedule is flexible. Additional hours are available during semester breaks and over the summer, if desired.
This position will start immediately 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 ITL.
Minimum Qualifications: CU-Boulder engineering student who is familiar with the ITL Laboratory and its computer and network systems. Experience with Windows operating systems and a commitment to work at least one year (spring and fall semester). Applicant needs to be highly analytical, a good problem solver and interested in finding new solutions and learning new technologies to solve problems. Good communication skills are also crucial.
How to Apply: If you are interested in the position, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org that details how you meet the minimum qualifications and attach your résumé. Alternatively, you may deliver a copy of your qualifications and résumé to the ITL Administration Office (room ITLL 1B40).
The University of Colorado at Boulder is committed to providing a safe and productive learning and living community. To achieve that goal, we conduct background investigations for all final applicants being considered for employment. Background investigations include reference checks, a criminal history record check, and when appropriate, a financial and/or motor vehicle history.