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CU Johnson Lab
Web Design Student (P/T/; paid)
A CU research lab is looking for a student familiar with HTML, WordPress, Drupal etc. to migrate website to the University standard WebExpress platform. This is a paid temporary position for students who wish to work anywhere between 10-20 hours a week until project completion. Guidance as to what is expected will be provided. Emailsarah.email@example.com for more information.
CU Ctr American West
Website Development Assistant (P/T; paid)
Assist in the development and creation of a new CU based Drupal website for the Center of the American West. This position will be responsible for the transfer of current content from existing WordPress webpages to new Drupal website. Assisting in the creation of new content, webpages, and forms. Position is 10-15 hours per week. Work-study required. Preference will be given to candidates with experience working in a website platform such as Drupal or WordPress, as well as basic skills in any of the following: Adobe Photoshop, HTML or CSS. Please submit a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
CU Personal Project
Student Content Intern (P/T; unpaid)
My name is Justice Calderon, a first-year Ph.D. student in the CU Mech Engineering Dept. I am looking to expand a brand with talented content creators and/or social media managers. This opportunity will be valuable especially for young creators looking to enter the photography/film or digital marketing industries and develop their portfolio. The work includes basic photography and short films for sharing messages (on or off-campus). Desired skills include experience capturing footage/images; familiarity with Adobe Creative Suite (video editing and image editing); and social media growth strategies. Bonus if you have your own equipment and a form of transportation. Any prior projects or experiences would be good to have to chat about! The current brand page: http://justicecald.wixsite.com/luext. To apply, please go to the Contact Page and submit the form there.
OIT – Distance Learning Services Studio Team
Student AV Tech (P/T; paid)
The primary responsibilities for this job are to monitor and record lectures involving multiple simultaneous audio and video feeds, remotely control cameras, assist faculty, and troubleshoot minor technical issues. We are looking for responsible, attentive individuals with interest in audiovisual production. Photography, videography, and/or audio experience is preferred. We also prefer sophomores or juniors who are able to commit for a minimum of two semesters. Candidates must be dependable, independent, and be able to remain calm under stressful situations. Starting hourly pay is $12 with performance based increases on a semester by semester basis. Our operating hours are from 7:45am to 8:30pm and schedules are consistent yet flexible. Our students average 10 hours/week with opportunities for more or less if desired. This would be an excellent opportunity for ATLAS students interested in gaining hands-on real world experience with livestreaming, Tier 1 IT troubleshooting, and customer service in an A/V studio environment. Applicants should send an e-mail of interest along with a current copy of their resume and a copy of their availability schedule to email@example.com. Applications received by Aug. 12 will get first consideration.
Writer & Digital Content Coordinator
The Coloradan, CU Boulder’s alumni magazine, is seeking a dynamic, organized, and creative part-time student writer and digital content coordinator. This position — 15–20 hours per week — will originate, write and post content for the magazine’s Drupal-based
website, colorado.edu/coloradan, in addition to completing writing and research projects for the magazine’s print publication. The student will also help with other projects for CU Advancement Marketing and Communications, the Coloradan’s home department. Hourly pay is based on experience.
- Creating fresh and frequent content for web
Building web pages
- Tracking analytics to increase user experience and magazine outreach
- Implementing and coordinating multimedia content for website and social media
- Important administrative tasks
- Opportunities to write for the magazine
- Other tasks as assigned
- Undergraduate (junior or senior class level) or graduate student enrolled in ATLAS, CMCI or a related department
- Experience working in a website platform such as Drupal or WordPress
- Basic knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite (primarily Photoshop)
- Interest in photography and video
- Basic knowledge of HTML
- Experience writing snappy, creative content for web posts and social media
- Desire to seek out on- and off-campus story ideas for the magazine
- Knowledge of AP style
Please email Christie Sounart, Coloradan senior associate editor, with a résumé and three writing samples at firstname.lastname@example.org.