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Technology Services

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Student Employment

CTS employs students in technology oriented positions throughout the academic school year. Each job deals with different aspects of technology and skill levels. The experience students gain while working on campus will enhance their resume as they seek internships and permanent positions.

In addition to the positions listed below, some students are promoted to take on management responsibilities within the organization. The positions give the students the unique opportunity to manage departmental budgets, make purchasing recommendations, determine projects, and manage student employees. Current student managers include:

If you are interested in applying for a position listed below, please fill out the Technology Solutions Center Employment Application.

Student Network/Server Manager

Position Description: Assist Server Manager with Windows and Unix Server projects. Create / maintain user accounts. Create / maintain email accounts. Assist in monitoring server utilization / usage. Assist with web server management. Assist Network Manager and Communications Tech with data and phone network related projects. Serve as a liaison with students to communicate network and server problems.

Soultions Center Assistants

Position Description: First point of contact for walk-in technical support in the Solutions Center. Monitors and assists users in the TLT Lab and provides phone support during evenings and weekends. May be required to lead group or individual training sessions. May include the opportunity to move on to a lab coordinator or manager position, or into another branch of CTS. Non-credit internship transcript notation is available for this position as well.

Web Developers

Position Description: Developers will be involved in creating many of the applications that go on 'behind-the-scenes' on the Juniata College web site. These applications are geared towards both an external audience (event registration forms, dynamic capabilities for content rotation, etc.) and campus users ('the Arch', Juniata's portal, campus event scheduler, evaluation forms, etc.).

Skills required: Developers must enter these positions with significant html experience. Developers will be expected to use PHP, Flash, JavaScript, and DHTML to complete long-spanning projects.

If you have technology related questions, please contact the 'HELP' desk at ext. 3619 or help@juniata.edu.