Web Developer Opening

University Marketing, the central marketing and brand office at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, is looking to add an enthusiastic, talented full-time web developer to our web group.

ABOUT THE WEB GROUP

We play a critical role in all of the university’s major communication and marketing efforts.

We love using open-source code — WordPress, PHP, Jekyll, Ruby on Rails, Javascript in particular — to design and build things that help this world-class research university strut its stuff!

We feel privileged to be responsible for many of the university’s most prominent online products, including the UW-Madison home page, campus map,#UWSocial, and events calendar, to name a few.

YOUR ROLE

Put simply, we need another person to help us build stuff. But we don’t want just a code-monkey (though we all love code, when it comes down to it). We want someone who can see the bigger picture, who understands how a website or an app fits within the larger context of University Marketing’s efforts to advance the teaching, research and public outreach missions of this Big Ten university.

Your work will span a range of front- and back-end skills, including HTML, CSS, Javascript, WordPress theme and plugin development, and Ruby on Rails, depending on your particular strengths. You’ll collaborate with user-experience professionals, designers, editors and fellow developers to plan, design, develop and deploy a variety of digital solutions. You’ll use modern collaborative development and deployment tools and processes — e.g., Git, Grunt, Capistrano, Jenkins — to iterate quickly through new ideas, designs and features.

Perhaps most important, we hope you’ll add to the creative energy of our group as we work together to try new ideas, tools and techniques. We embrace learning and expect you to as well!

WHAT WE NEED FROM YOU

We need you to be passionate about web and application design and development. We need you to love code — not necessarily in and of itself, but as a means to creating beautifully engineered solutions to marketing and communication problems. We need you to take initiative, to crave learning new things and to play nice with others.

JOB REQUIREMENTS AND HOW TO APPLY

Please see the official position listing for specific job requirements and how to apply. The application deadline is Sunday, January 25, 2015 .

CPI Opportunity: Information Technology Services

Instructional Video InternshipDescription: Student will be working with ITS professionals to design and build instructional videos for ISU employees and students.  Videos will be used in classroom instruction and also be posted online for interested users.   The intern will work closely with ERP project staff to define requirements for the videos, then will create the videos, including filming/recording, editing, and finalizing the videos to create quality products for use, mostly using Camtasia. Interest in video production important.  Must be adept at computers with the ability to learn new computer program quickly.
The student will gain real world, practical, applicable skills and experience on a real project of value to ISU.
Number of Hours: 20Number of Students:  1

Department: Information Technology Services

Contact: Marjanna Hulet

Email Address: hulemarj@isu.edu

Phone#: 282-2598

Additional Comments: ITS is prepared to offer a wage of $9.50 an hour for an undergraduate student.  Position available to start immediately

CPI Opportunity: Office of Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action & Diversity

Help Wanted

Immediate Opening

Job Description

Title: Office of Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action & Diversity Career Path Intern (This is an Undergraduate Position. )

Focus: Graphic Design and Web Design

Primary Purpose:

  •  Work with the Director of Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action and Diversity to create brochures with information regarding civil rights.
  • Work with Assistant Director of Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action, and Diversity and the Diversity Center Coordinator to update content on Websites.

Responsibilities:

  • Research
  • Compile information
  • Design brochures
  • Develop web appropriate content

Qualifications:

Research, web design and graphic design experience, proficient in MS Word, Publisher, Adobe Photo Shop

Salary: $8.00 per hour, 19 hours per week between 8:00 am – 5:00 pm Monday through Friday

To apply for this position email your resume and samples of work to Shirley Taysom at taysshir@isu.edu. The application deadline is January 23, 2015.