Student Job Announcements

This is an archive of the mailing list. CIS department users can add themselves to the list by executing the following command on the ix server (do NOT include the curly braces in your command):

groupctl set jobs uocsmember+{username}

Employers wishing to announce appropriate positions for CIS students may add their information here.

Job announcements are posted as a service to students in the CIS department. The department makes no evaluation of these job announcements.

Chemistry Media Assistant
Thu, 14 Feb 2019

About this Job
The Chemistry Media Assistant will be responsible for working with the Lecture Demonstrator, Randy Sullivan, to edit and transfer lecture demonstration descriptions and related media from the current ChemDemos website to the new CIDER website.
Duties include:
• Mastering the operation of a recently developed website.
• Working with the Lecture Demonstrator to review and edit assets on the current website.
• Uploading and organizing the assets onto the new website, reformatting where necessary.

Update a Musician's Wikipedia Page
Wed, 06 Feb 2019

A world-class musician specializing in ancient music with careers as a concert keyboardist, recording artist, and UO professor, needs to update the content of their Wikipedia page asap.

Contact Michael Hennessy (158 Deschutes, 6-3487, for further information.

Technology Development Program at Capitol One
Tue, 05 Feb 2019

The Technology Development Program (TDP) is a two-year, rotational program for high performing software, data, and cyber security engineers. Designed as a career accelerator to foster the next generation of technology leaders, the TDP provides the framework to develop world-class technical skills and gain a comprehensive understanding of technology and the business. The rotational component provides TDPs the opportunity to explore multiple technologies while learning from different leaders within Capital One.

SQL Programming for a Visual Lexicon of Aztec Hieroglyphs
Tue, 05 Feb 2019

Seeking a student employee who can create a database with a SQL backend.  The end result will be a "Visual Lexicon of Aztec Hieroglyphs," to be installed on a server for open access.  Ideally, it will be set up with an interface for data entry of both images (small photographs) and texts that relate to those images. Perhaps further in the future we will: 1) work on scalable vector graphic renditions made from some of the images, and 2) use something like visual recognition software for helping users of the database recognize hieroglyphs visually.

Facebook - Data Center Operations Engineer
Mon, 21 Jan 2019

Ever wonder how Facebook and our family of apps deliver personalized experiences at lightning-fast speeds, virtually anywhere in the world? Our Infrastructure Data Center (IDC) team has been hard at work designing, building, and operating data centers around the globe, ensuring that everyone has a secure and reliable experience on all of our platforms.