|Positions||Status||Descriptions and Requirements|
|Manufacturing Center Support Staff||Open||Student Staff are engineering students who help oversee the ITLL Manufacturing Center activities, within the hours of 9:00am - 7:00pm, assisting students with manufacturing and machining projects, conducting workshops, and ensuring the shop maintains a standard of excellence and security. Student Staff are expected to maintain a high level of professionalism and be excellent role models for other engineering students.|
|IT Student Assistant||Closed||The Integrated Teaching and Learning Laboratory, Idea Forge, and BOLD Center are looking for IT Student Assistants to help in the daily operations and support of the computer systems.
Starting in January 2016; Starting pay is $12.00/hour. This position is expected to work 10 hours per week while classes are in session; however, the hours are flexible. We prefer students who have the availability to continue employment as long as they are a CU student. First-year and sophomore students are strongly encouraged to apply.
|TE Video Production||Closed||The TeachEngineering Video Production team is a small group of students who produce educational STEM videos for k12 students and teachers. These videos provide step-by-step design solutions to engineering challenges by problem solving and cycling through the design process.
Successful team members are creative, innovative, and hard-working. This position is expected to work 10-15 hours a week during the semester with potential to extend work into the summer. We prefer students with some editing/filming experience, but training will be provided.
|Technical Support||Open||The Student Technical Support Staff (TechStaff) work in a customer-service and technical support role, providing friendly, enthusiastic and efficient help to engineering students, faculty and staff in the Integrated Teaching and Learning Laboratory (ITLL).
TechStaff are engineering students who help oversee the ITLL, generally outside of normal business hours, assisting students with projects, conducting workshops, supporting experimental modules, and ensuring the building maintains a standard of excellence and security. TechStaff are expected to maintain a high level of professionalism and be excellent role models for other engineering students.
For more information on the position and to apply please click here.
|Undergraduate Engineering TAs||Open||The ITLL seeks exceptional engineering students to serve as First-Year Engineering Projects Teaching Assistants (TAs) for GEEN 1400: First-Year Engineering Projects.
The First-Year Engineering Projects Teaching Assistants (TAs) support all sections of the First-Year Engineering Projects (GEEN 1400) course. TAs assist with all aspects of the course, and generally provide guidance for students adjusting to college and studying engineering.
Projects TAs work directly with student teams, provide expertise on design solutions and creating what they design, and direct students towards available resources. Projects TAs may help with grading presentations, reports and other assignments, and will directly assist students in various fabrication facilities in the ITLL (manufacturing center, electronics center, 3D printing, etc.).
To view full details and to apply for this position please click here.
|TeachEngineering (TE) Club Leaders||Open||Remember who inspired you to pursue an engineering future? Want to excite the next generation of K-12 students to explore engineering?
Become a TeachEngineering (TE) Club Leader with the Integrated Teaching and Learning Program (ITLP) to guide weekly after school TE Club engineering design activities with elementary and secondary students in Lafayette, Longmont, and Boulder, Colorado.
The ITLP TE Clubs engage local students, with a focus on youth from underrepresented groups, in building up their pathways and interests in engineering. In return, you will gain valuable education and outreach experience while giving back to surrounding communities (plus, it’s a lot of fun!).
What do TE Club Leaders do? Throughout the semester, TE Club Leaders work in pairs to co-lead one after school TE Club (Monday-Thursday), and on their club day are available for two hours between 2:30pm-5pm (consisting of 30 min. travel time to and from their school site, and 60 min.of club time with their student group). Also, TE Club Leaders participate in a weekly team meeting to prepare for the upcoming week’s activities, and debrief on the previous week’s experience.
What are TE Club Leader expectations?
Interested? Apply to be a TE Club Leader today!
Questions? Contact Jennifer.L.Taylor@Colorado.edu