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The Information Systems Office is hiring a part-time student developer. The student will work with the Data Warehouse/Business Intelligence team to enhance K-State’s presentation of data and navigation in an on-premises SharePoint for BI environment. The student will participate in the complete life cycle, from initial requirements, design, and development to maintenance and customer support. This is an exciting new area for K-State IT development. Hours and Location: You set your schedule within the normal working hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Mon-Fri at the Foundation Center, 2323 Anderson Avenue. Starting wage is $9.00/hr but could be greater based on experience.
Required Qualifications:
Current student in a Technology-related field (MIS, CIS, etc.) Applicant must have problem solving skills and experience with CSS webpage technology or related course work. Candidates must be motivated, capable of learning new skills quickly, self-directed, able to work at least 10 hours a week. Ability to work a minimum of two-hour blocks of time.

Preferred Qualifications:
Experience with .Net application development.
Experience in SharePoint development such as dashboard navigation, custom branding, content search web parts, etc.
Availability during the summer months and the ability to increase hours of work.
The Office of Mediated Education (OME) is currently looking for talented students to fill positions on the Web Development team. We design and develop innovative K-State web services in a team environment.

If you would enjoy working in a fun and challenging environment gaining experience with python, django, RESTful web services, APIs, and cloud services please contact us today.

Hours/Location/Pay:
You set your schedule but working hours are between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Mon-Fri at KFC on Anderson Ave. Starting wages are $9.00/hr, but could be greater based on experience.

Required Qualifications:
Current undergraduate in technology-related field (MIS, CIS, etc). Students must have problem solving skills and development experience or course work in programming. Candidates must be motivated, capable of learning new skills quickly, self-directed, able to work at least 15 hours a week and willing to devote at least a year to the position, including summers.

Preferred qualifications:
Experience with Python, Ruby, or other OOP language
Experience with Django, Rails, or other web framework
Experience with Amazon Web Services or other cloud-based platform
Experience with distributed VCS such as Git or Mercurial
Applicants with one or more years employment potential.
Ability to work up to 40 hours per week over the summer (if not taking classes)
The Office of Mediated Education (OME) is currently looking for talented students to fill positions on the Web Systems Engineer (WSE) team. Members of the WSE team operate in the layer immediately above the hardware and operating system. They are responsible for monitoring, maintaining, and enhancing the development, testing, and production environments of many mission-critical, enterprise level systems in use at K-State. If you would enjoy working in a fun yet challenging work environment where you gain valuable experience working with application services platforms, unix based environments, JavaEE and web technologies please contact us today. Starting wages begin at $9.00 and may be higher based on experience.

Hours and Location:
You set your schedule but working hours between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Mon-Fri at KFC on Anderson Ave. Starting wages are $9.00/hr, but could be greater based on experience.

Required Qualifications:
Current Undergraduate in Technology-related field (MIS, CIS, etc.) Students must have problem solving skills and development experience or course work in programming. Candidates must be motivated, capable of learning new skills quickly, self-directed, able to work at least 15 hours a week and willing to devote at least a year to the position, including summers.

Preferred qualifications:
Experience with JavaEE, Apache and web technologies.
Experience with Unix based environments.
Applicants with one or more years employment potential.
Ability to work up to 40 hours per week over the summer if not taking classes.