Opportunities

The ATLAS Institute and the Technology, Arts and Media Program provide free job and internship posting services. Employers who post agree to follow Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) practices, treat applicants/employees ethically, and understand that jobs that appear to discriminate against applicants on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, age, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, disability, or gender will not be posted. As required by the University, ATLAS and TAM do not endorse employers, positions posted, or specific applicants. If you have a concern about a particular posting, please contact Stephanie Wanek at Stephanie.Wanek@colorado.edu. Postings will be removed at the end of each semester.


CU Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics/LASP

Student Web Designer/Developer (P/Y; paid)

CU’s LASP needs someone to design and develop a responsive, accessible, multi-page web site for a new mission being launched. The project will need to be completed by the end of the semester (6-10 hrs/week), and pay is approx. $15 / hour. This is a great opportunity for a student to go beyond the requirements and create a project that is public facing that many of scientists around the world will visit. If you have questions or would like to apply please email Brian.fleming@lasp.colorado.edu.

Posted 10/11/2018 | Closes when positions filled


Andrews Movement Project

Student volunteer P/T; unpaid

We are a project-based contemporary dance company founded in Boston, MA but currently existing in Boulder, CO. We are searching for three videographers, and one video editor to collaborate with on our next dance film. Videographers would need to access/own their own basic equipment and would only need to commit to 2-3 shooting days. The video editor should be ready to use the time needed to edit no more than a 4 minute video. The film will showcase one dancer, and will be put to music (song tba). If this sounds like something you’d be interested in, and willing to commit to then please contact Haley Andrews at HaleyAndrews222@gmail.com.

Posted 10/10/2018 | Closes when positions filled


CU Research Assistant

P/T; unpaid

The PainStory project is looking for a communications research assistant volunteer! We are a research group through CU, led by Prof. Tor Wager to understand the issue of chronic pain. We have created a web platform (https://painstory.science/) that allows collection of personal narratives of those who suffer with chronic pain conditions. We are in need of a motivated student with experience and/or willingness to create and maintain communication and also manage social media accounts and crowdfunding campaigns. We need help to spread our project with the world, providing an excellent opportunity for you to improve skills, gain experience, and help make a difference!. Sound interesting? Send your resume to goldsteinpav@gmail.com.

Posted 10/10/2018 | Closes when positions filled


CU Presents

Student Marketing Assistant (P/T; paid)

Duties include assisting CU Presents staff in managing event listings and promotions, delivering and posting printed promotional materials to various venues around campus and other duties. The successful applicant will be required to commit to the position at least through Fall 2019. Estim 20 hs/wk. some office M-F and some evenings/weekends. Duties include distribution of printed materials, event promotion, social media and website contribution and general office support as needed. Please send a resume and cover letter to daniel.leonard@colorado.edu.

Posted 10/10/2018 | Closes when positions filled


Colorado Geological Survey

Colorado School of Mines (P/T; paid)

School of Mines is looking to hire a student with communications, creative tech and design skills. Successful candidates should have *some* combination of the following skills: image editing via Photoshop and Fireworks; experience with WordPress or WooCommerce management; needs to be organized with an attention to detail; can follow detailed production processes; familiarity with GIS/ESRI production platforms; exceptional writing skills that can bridge between the geosciences and the public; general text-editing skills; background in geosciences. This position presents an excellent opportunity to gain experience in the crucial fields of (technical) communications and information/media organization in a high-traffic web environment. Hours per week: part-time, around 20 hrs./wk. Send inquiries with an introduction and/or links to a resume to: John Hopkins / 303.384.2641 / jchopkins@mines.edu

Posted 10/3/2018 | Closes when positions filled


CU Office of Information Technology

Student UX/UI Designer (P/T; paid)

Do you enjoy working with digital technology and tools, and are you interested in web design? Are you eager to apply your design instincts and tech know-how to create beautiful user interfaces that inspire, delight, and surprise people? OIT is looking for a junior User Experience/User Interface (UX/UI) designer. We are a team of designers and developers, helping to solve complex problems for students, faculty, and staff using modern software methodologies, web platforms, and UI frameworks. You will sketch out concepts and ideas with students, stakeholders, and devs, create wire frames and mock-ups, and refine these into high-fidelity prototypes. Experience using Sketch, Adobe Photoshop, and Invision is a must. HTML, CSS, and JavaScript skills are a plus. We are located on East Campus, Computing Center. 15-20 hrs/wk and pay commensurate with experience. Please contact luis.ordorica@colorado.edu with your CV and samples of your work.

Posted 9/28/2018 | Closes when positions filled


ATLAS Institute

TAM student ambassadors (P/T; paid)

Throughout the year, ATLAS hosts visitors, events, TAM recruiting tours and HS admissions outreach.  The most impactful thing we can share is the stories of our students, how they found ATLAS and why they choose to study here or major in TAM. If you’re interested in leading building tours or want to share your enthusiasm for ATLAS and the Technology, Arts & Media program, please let us know!  Ambassadors are provided with materials and talking points and are paid hourly for their time.  No fixed hours, but we recruit as opportunities and events arise.  Send email of interest to Marisa, TAM academic advisor by Oct 8.

Posted 9/27/2018 | Closes 10/8/2018


Root House Studio

Graphic Design Intern (P/T; paid)

Have a great eye and interested in doing more with your skills?  We’re looking for someone to join our team. Ideally, candidates will have familiarity or proficiency in basics of Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. Bonus points for motion graphics, animation and video editing. We are roothousestudio.com, a growing team of do-gooder designers and committed to creating beautiful media for nonprofits, museums, and other change-makers. Work on straight-forward print media pieces to elaborate animated building projections.  Please send us a few work samples, a resume and a quick note (1 page or less) describing why you’d be a good match for our team. We hope you can evolve with our team with potential to become a future full-time employee. We’ll pay $12-15/hr and we’re looking for about 15-25 hrs a week to start. Deadline to apply is 10/08/18 – send materials to holler@roothousestudio.com .

Posted 9/20/2018 | Closes 10/8/2018


Blue Hat Data

Student Graphic Designer

Blue Hat Data provides data analysis and strategic consulting for clients small and large, from startups in Denver to Fortune 500 companies. We’re looking for an experienced graphic designer who can take our PowerPoint presentations to the next level, from nice-looking to stunning. We will pay this person $25/hr and all work will be on a project basis. We expect 2-3 projects per month averaging 5-20 hours of help needed for each project. If you are an expert in PowerPoint, can create beautiful PPT presentations, and are interested in this type of side-work, please contact tom@bluehatdata.com with your resume. We will follow up with a short exercise.

Posted 9/17/2018 | Closes when positions filled


TeachEngineering

Student social media manager (P/T; paid)

TeachEngineering is looking for an engineering student to manage our social media accounts. This job would include posting TE videos and promoting our content over Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, etc. It is 10 hours per week at $12/hour. The application with the full job description can be found HERE.

Posted 9/17/2018 | Closes when positions filled


NCWIT

Student Assistant II (P/T; paid)

The National Center for Women & IT (NCWIT) is hiring two positions that will be a great fit for self-starters who don’t like to be micro-managed and enjoy computer work. One manages applications in SurveyMonkey Apply and the other works to keep our unique database current and produce data exports. Both positions require attention to detail and multi-tasking. Set your own hours 10-15 hrs/week, M-F, between 8:00-5:00. Submit your resume and 3 references (academic and/or professional) ASAP to kim.kalahar@ncwit.org. Position may continue indefinitely, throughout education. NCWIT is off-campus on the HOP bus route, a short distance from campus. The pay rate is $11.50/hr.  

Posted 9/6/2018 | Closes when positions filled


CU Idea Forge

Student staff (P/T; paid)

Engineering’s Idea Forge is looking for fun, enthusiastic engineering students to join our team.  You will have the opportunity to teach workshops, assist students and work on a variety of projects with our staff.  Application details and more info: colorado.edu/ideaforge

Posted 8/16/2018 | Closes when positions filled


Animation Project

Student Assistant (P/T; paid)

This is an animation project to convert one book, When Someone Is Different, from the children’s book series The Puzling Adventures into an animated sketch. You will be working under the supervision of a graphic designer and will receive consistent feedback and assistance as needed. 5-10 hours per week @ $10-15 per hours. Send Letter of Interest & Portfolio to: Natalie Mannherz, ncmckech@gmail.com We are looking for a student with previous experience with video editing, illustrating background scenes & characters. Experience with Adobe CC software (Photoshop, Illustrator, Animate, Character Animator, Premiere, After Effects, etc) to create the animation.

Posted 8/6/2018 | Closes when positions filled


CU Distance Learning Studios

Student AV Tech (P/T; paid)

The primary responsibilities for this job are to monitor and record course lectures with up to 3 simultaneous video feeds, control remote cameras, assist faculty, and troubleshoot technical issues. We are looking for a responsible, attentive individual with interest in the A/V field. Photography and videography experience preferred. Candidate must be dependable, team-oriented, and be able to remain calm under stressful situations. Must be also available to work some evenings. Our starting hourly pay would be $11.00 and 5-10 hours/week with upward mobility based on performance on a semester by semester basis.  This would be terrific 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. We also prefer sophomores or juniors with experience and are able to commit for a minimum of two semesters. Applicants should send an e-mail of interest along with a current copy of their resume and a copy of their availability schedule to john.azbell@colorado.edu

Posted 8/3/2018 | Closes when positions filled


DEEPER AFRICA

Photo Assistant (P/T; unpaid)

Deeper Africa is a small hands-on, conservation focused African safari company based out of Boulder looking for a CU intern to help with a large photo project for the 2018 fall semester. Duties include helping sort, organize, and file photographs, determining image quality before filing, and performing photo research. Intern needs to have a keen eye for image quality, general knowledge of digital files and filing, attention to detail, and strong organizational skills. Intern will help determine internal photographic needs and drive the brand’s photography and visual look and feel. The position may require minimal contact with company clients and partners regarding photography submissions. Experience with Adobe Photoshop is preferred. Interest in photography and conservation initiatives is a bonus. We are looking for an intern for ~15 hours a week. This is a great opportunity to gain real world experience with a travel company focused on social and economic responsibility. Send your resume to Khara Cundiff at khara@deeperafrica.com. Visit our website at deeperafrica.com to learn more about our company, mission, and the type of work we are doing in Africa. We look forward to hearing from you!

Posted 7/25/2018 | Closes when positions filled


 

 

 

 

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