- About the EEE Team
- Advanced Student Web Developer (open) — Print Flyer
- How to Apply
About the EEE Team
University of California, Irvine (UCI)
Office of Information Technology (OIT) - Academic Web Technologies (AWT)
Office of Information Technology
The Office of Information Technology (OIT) combines several existing IT units into a single, comprehensive organization. Currently, OIT includes Network & Academic Computing Services (NACS), Administrative Computer Services (AdCom), Academic Affairs Computing Services, Office of Research IT, and Graduate Division IT. Eventually, and in phases, other administrative IT units will be added.
Effective integration of IT activities takes time and will be implemented incrementally over coming months. For the present, everything about contacting and working with the consolidated units remains the same. Please continue to work with your current contacts in these organizations and rely on the appropriate help-desks, as you have done in the past. Our goal is to minimize disruption from IT consolidation activities and we intend to maintain current project schedules and commitments.
For more information about OIT, see the Office of Information Technology Website.
Academic Web Technologies (AWT)
The Academic Web Technologies group (AWT) is a division within OIT at UCI.
In addition to assisting faculty in utilizing technology to meet their instructional goals, the AWT team acts as the custodians of the EEE website. EEE is a campus-wide collaboration between the Division of Undergraduate Education, the UCI Libraries, Office of Information Technology, and the Office of the Registrar/Student Academic Information Systems.
In order to best support the needs of the UCIrvine community, the EEE tools are developed entirely in-house, based on the feedback and specific requests of UCI faculty. The AWT staff members build and maintain all of the tools in the EEE course management suite, and provide direct support to the UCIrvine community.
For more information about EEE's history and the collaboration, see About Us.
Student Positions with AWT:
Advanced Student Web Developer
Thank you for your interest in this position!
The Academic Web Technologies group of the Office of Information Technology at UCI
is currently hiring student web developers who will
work with the rest of the AWT team to build and maintain the tools in the
EEE course management system.
Please review the information below carefully before submitting your resume.
If you have any questions, contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Skills & Qualifications
Candidates must have:
- Full-time UCI undergraduate student status
- Proficiency in web application development using an object oriented programming language such as PHP, Python, Ruby, or Java
- Ability to build HTML/CSS forms processed with server-side scripting
- Experience writing relational SQL queries
Preferred, but not required
- Strong understanding of the fundamentals of computer science and software engineering
- Experience with a web development framework such as Rails, Django, or Symfony2
- Experience working with source code version control such as Git
- Familiarity with UNIX/LINUX
- Familiarity working in an Agile development environment
- Excellent communication and writing skills
- Ability to maintain a positive team attitude and demonstrate professional behavior
Applicants must provide code samples and/or a public code repository (such as GitHub) that includes the applicant's own sample commits. Code samples can be in any language. Samples related to web development are a plus.
Candidates lacking some of the aforementioned preferred qualifications should not feel discouraged from applying; a candidate who is otherwise well qualified, and who shows a willingness and ability to learn may receive training from AWT staff where necessary.
As an Advanced Student Web Developer, the candidate will be working with experienced software developers to build and maintain web-based tools programmed with PHP 5 and MySQL on UCI's EEE website.
The candidate should be prepared to work collaboratively with the full development team in an agile development environment. Strong communication and cooperation between team members through the design, development, implementation, and quality assurance phases are essential to this position.
This is a position that will provide the candidate with many opportunities to expand his or her skill set and gain valuable work experience that can be used inside or outside the University.
On-campus: OIT Offices, Multipurpose Science & Technology Building (MSTB)
During school year: Up to 19.5 hours per week
During Summer: 15 to 32 hours per week
$15.00 - $18.00 per hour, depending on experience
Academic Year/Year Round
Work Study/Non-Work Study, Part-time, Year-round
How to Apply
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If you are a UCI undergraduate student interested in a position with the EEE Web Team, please follow these steps to apply:
- Save your resume in .pdf, .doc, .docx, or .txt format with your full name as the file name (Example: johnsmith.doc)
- Send your resume and any additional required materials to email@example.com — Please make sure to specify the position for which you are applying (multiple positions may be open)
If your resume is for an open position and your experience matches what we are looking for, an AWT representative will contact you with further information. If the position is currently closed, we will hold your resume and may contact you if it reopens and your qualifications match our needs.