Computing & Information Services

Student Internships in Technology Development

Computing & Information Services (CIS) is pleased to announce two internships in the area of technology development for summer 2014.

Nature of the work
Internships will focus on specific projects identified by CIS and may include software analysis and design, feasibility assessment, programming, quality testing, and other aspects of new technology development. Interns will be supervised by CIS staff members and assisted by alumni who have technology development expertise.

Internships will run for approximately 10-12 weeks, beginning in mid-May (after finals) and concluding in mid-August.

Pay Scale
The hourly wage for these internships is between $11.13 and $11.74, depending on the amount of relevant experience. The typical work week is 37.5 hours (though pay will be based on the actual amount of time worked).

Where and how
Interns will be provided with hardware, software, and a workspace within the ETC building.

Prior experience with web application or other software development is required. Knowledge of tools such as HTML, JavaScript, Python, Ruby or others is desirable.

To Apply
If you are interested in applying for a CIS internship please email your resume and a cover letter to: by noon Friday, April 18th.

Instructional Technologist (Quantitative Applications)

Reed College seeks a half-time instructional technologist to work with faculty and students on the evaluation and effective use of quantitative technologies for teaching and learning in mathematics, social sciences, and natural sciences, with a particular focus on the visualization and presentation of data. This is a four-year, grant-funded position.

Desired qualifications include: bachelor’s degree with relevant experience in a natural or social science discipline, mathematics, or a related field (advanced degree preferred); demonstrated interest or experience in teaching with technology; proficiency in data visualization and presentation tools, statistical packages, computational software, and spatial analysis software; experience with both Macintosh and Windows operating systems.

A complete job description is available here.

Applicants should email a résumé, a cover letter, and a completed Reed Employment Application to: Priority will be given to applications received before January 24, 2014.

The application for employment is available here.

Equal Opportunity Employer
(Policy statement is on the Reed Application for Employment)