Jobs Board

Student Intern at DHEC

Scope of Work The Division of Diabetes and Heart Disease Management is seeking a student to assist the Division in developing a conference app for the Annual Chronic Disease Prevention Symposium held each March. More information The student should be available for weekly in-person or conference check-ins with Division staff and s/he will work as many hours as needed until the app is created. The project is anticipated to last one semester (Fall semester 2019) and the student should be available for technical assistance from March 1, 2020 – March 16, 2020. Minimum and Additional Requirements Seeking a college student (undergraduate or graduate) preferably in the field of Computer Science or Mass Communications who is seeking class credit or unpaid experience. The student should work well independently and have previous experience building an app. Ideally the student has previous experience building a conference app and the student should pay close attention to detail. More Information and Apply here.

Implementation Consultant at Fast Enterprises

About this Job Congratulations on exploring your career opportunities with FAST and taking the first step to becoming a FASTie! A FASTie? Yes, a FASTie. FAST-ie \’faeste\ noun 1. an energetic, intelligent, enthusiastic person who works at Fast Enterprises. 2. a person dedicated to modernizing government technology to better serve the general public. 3. someone who is open to adventure and wants to experience new places around the world. 4. someone who enjoys collaboration with clients and camaraderie with teammates while solving business and technology problems. If the description below speaks to you, take 5 minutes (seriously, only 5 minutes) to apply! As an Implementation Consultant on our team, you will be involved with all phases of the implementation of our software solution. We have sites across North America and abroad and candidates should be flexible with respect to work locations: https://www.fastenterprises.com/about/clients/ Candidates should possess a minimum of a Bachelor's degree in: • Computer Science • Computer/Management Information Systems, or • Mathematics FAST may also consider graduates from other areas of study when supplemented with technical experience or aptitude. Candidates should also possess strong communication skills. Exposure to specific technology is not required; however, experience in the following areas is desirable: • MS Visual Basic.NET • Oracle DBMS or MS SQL Server For your application to be reviewed, you must apply on our website: https://www.fastenterprises.com/careers/positions/ To meet the needs of our employees, we provide competitive benefits packages in each of our business locations around the world. Fast Enterprises, LLC is an equal opportunity employer. About Fast Enterprises, LLC We are looking to hire 100+ entry level candidates this year! Fast Enterprises was recognized as one of the Best Places to Work the past six years in a row on Glassdoor! FAST is an industry leader in the development and installation of software for government agencies. In 1998 we forever changed the way government revenue agencies support their business with the introduction of GenTax®. This commercial off the shelf (COTS) solution has enabled many agencies to take advantage of package implementations, providing more cost efficient and fully functional software systems to our clients. We have expanded beyond tax and now do implementations for Motor Vehicle, Drivers License, Unemployment Insurance and Unemployment Benefit agencies. Much of the work at FAST happens on our client sites as part of the product implementation. Individuals who understand the technical aspects of systems implementation as well as the business needs of our clients fill these positions. Employees participate in the full project life cycle from requirements gathering through production support. Our developers need to have strong technical and communication skills, enabling them to interact with client sites and detail system functionality. All candidates should be flexible with respect to work location.

Part-Time Student WebDeveloper

This Position has been filled
This position will consist of writing code in multiple languages while understanding good UI/UX fundamentals and business logic. You will also need to work closely with the entire team to finish projects in the allotted time for said projects. Below are some of the skills you will need. Skills needed
  •  Backend programming – PHP
  •  Frontend programming – HTML, TypeScript, CSS
  •  Frontend frameworks - Angular(2)
  •  Database operations – MySQL
  •  Be familiar with Linux
  •  Know how to work with others
  •  Know how to balance your school and work
Basic Information
  •  Ten to twenty hours a week – from home or offsite
  •  Competitive pay based on experience
  •  Fun work environment
  •  Learn how to be a full stack developer
  •  Chances to advance to programming lead position
This Position has been filled

Student Researcher at the Center for Digital Humanities

Pay rate: $15/hr; 10 hours/week Student Researchers will contribute to a collaborative and interdisciplinary project devoted to reimagining eighteenth-century architectural illustrations and maps by Giovanni Piranesi that are housed in USC’s Irvin Department of Rare Books and Special Collections. Under the guidance of project staff, student workers will produce digital pages in the open-source program Scalar following the models in the developing pages at digitalpiranesi.org. Work will primarily take place at the Center for Digital Humanities, located in the Innovation Center (IBM building) on Assembly Street. Four positions of Student Researcher are available as part of this grant-funded project for academic years 2019-2020 and 2020-2021. Current USC undergraduates from any discipline may apply; a major or significant coursework in Media Arts, Art History, Classics, Computer Science, Graphic Design, Geography, and Languages and Literatures (especially Italian) is preferred. Required qualifications: current USC student, GPA of 3.0 or higher. Start date: Sept 2, 2019 (tentative) As soon as possible, please submit a detailed cv (including any training or work experience in digital technology) and a cover letter describing your interest in this position to Jeanne Britton at jbritton@mailbox.sc.edu.

Thomas Cooper Library Looking for Developer

Reporting to the Director of Library Technology Services, the Developer II functions as the Lead Programmer/Developer for existing products and systems as well as new products based on organizational needs and specifications for University Libraries. The Lead Programmer will apply system API capabilities to enhance productivity and end-user experience. Other duties include investigating, recommending and implementing coding solutions that improve commercial and open source products in use, assuring consistent application of accepted standards and best practices for creation, enhancement and maintenance of software solutions and collaborating with all members of the Library Technology Services and with all units throughout the Libraries to assess and recommend software development needs. Communicates as necessary with various organizational stakeholders. Preferred Qualifications Software development experience in an organizational environment. Experience maintaining and enhancing information technology products. Experience working with technology in an academic library environment. Knowledge/Skills/Abilities Experience working with open-source software products and systems (i.e., Omeka, Islandora, Samvera, Dspace, etc.). Experience working with open-source database products (i.e., MySQL, PostgresSQL, MongoDB, etc.). A strong experiential portfolio using scripting languages such as PHP, Ruby, JavaScript as well as programming languages such as Java. Knowledge and experience using CSS, HTML, XML. Knowledge of Flash, Quicktime. Experience working on Linux platforms, particularly Ubuntu. Experience applying best practices and principles to software maintenance and development. Outstanding interpersonal communication skills. Ability to establish effective working relationships with all stakeholders. Ability to effectively work in a team environment. Ability to collaborate in analyzing software maintenance and development needs and provide appropriate solutions. Experience with software development version control (i.e., GitHub). Effective written communication skills. Apply Here.

Library Web Applications Developer at UNC Wilmington

The Library Web Applications Developer will analyze, design, create, implement, modify, test, debug and maintain a wide variety of open-source, custom in-house, and vendor supplied web applications for the purposes of providing a broad range of library services, discovery, and operations technology support. This position is currently responsible for approximately 50 applications, websites and related services on library-supported servers. The position participates in project teams, providing technical expertise needed for programming development, and works with users to develop project and system requirements. Apply Here

Bank of America looking for Graduate Students in ML or Data Science

I am Papa Diaw. I work for bank of America, in Charlotte, as a Director of advanced analytics. I am interested in possibly recruiting PhD and Master’s students for my team from your program. I am interested in computer science majors, especially those with a solid software engineering background and strong machine learning/data science skills too. See Below the required skills.
  • MS or PhD in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Statistics, or equivalent fields
  • Applied Machine Learning experience (regression analysis, time series, probabilistic models, supervised classification and unsupervised learning)
  • Strong mathematical background (linear algebra, calculus, probability and statistics)
  • Experience with scalable ML (MapReduce, streaming)
  • Working knowledge of relational databases, including SQL, and large-scale distributed systems such as Hadoop and Spark
  • Ability to implement data science pipelines and applications in a general programming language such as Python,R, Scala
  • Ability to drive a project and work both independently and in a team
  • Excellent communication skills (verbal, written, visual).
  • Must be able to work and translate needs with Engineering, Product teams, and Senior Leaders.
Papa Diaw papa.diaw@baml.com

Test Engineer at Unum

Test Engineers are responsible for working as part of an agile team that delivers business value to its customers. They ensure software is delivered to high quality standards by collaborating with their agile team members and by leveraging various testing techniques. Test Engineers embrace the planning, design, management, execution and reporting of tests, using appropriate testing tools and techniques while conforming to agreed upon process standards and industry specific regulations. Testing includes the process of engineering, using and maintaining testware (test cases, test scripts, test reports, test plans, etc.) to measure and improve the quality of the software being tested. Qualification Requirements:
  • C# or Java
  • BDD (Gherkin and Cucumber.Net/SpecFlow) or comparable tools
  • Visual Studio
  • Selenium
  • PostMan, SoapUI, Fiddler, CURL
Get more details and apply here.

Software Engineer in Charlotte, NC at Healthstat

Support clients through development of .NET applications that allow our clinics to function more efficiently, as well as provide solutions directly to patients through our next-gen platform. You will work in a Scrum environment with daily standups, code reviews, and open lines of communication within the team. You will work with Project Managers and stakeholders to produce a high-quality, scalable, testable solution by leveraging strong Object-Oriented Programming skills and Design Principles. To be successful, you must be able to take initiative, ownership, and have a drive to solve difficult challenges with elegant solutions. More info and Apply Here.

Summer Outreach Opportunity

We need your help! Please volunteer and encourage your students to support the Partners for Minorities in Engineering and Computer Science (PMECS) summer camps. Every summer several CEC students and faculty help out with the PMECS programs. In addition to the positive experiences, these activities also help with writing a successful broader impact for your next proposal. The PMECS program is a well-established annual summer program, offered since 1978. Participating in PMECS will show your contribution to improving diversity in engineering and computer science. We are looking for faculty, graduate students and/or undergraduate students to lead and facilitate hands-on educational sessions for these students. This summer around 180 underrepresented minority (URM) high school students will participate in PMECS programs. There are two sessions: residential (around 120 students) and commuter (around 60 students). PMECS students are divided into four groups: rising freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors. The PMECS students are supervised at all times, so you would only need to provide the educational content for your session. Each session can last any amount of time between 1.5 hours or ½ day. Hands-on activities are highly encouraged. These summer camps provide valuable experiences for both the high school students and the CEC volunteers. Most PMECS students return each summer during their high school studies. Their interactions with CEC faculty and students may entice them to apply to USC. Moreover, they will be our best recruiters by promoting USC to their peers at high school. The 2019 summer PMECS camps will be June 10-14 for commuter students and June 24-28 for residential students. Please contact me for additional information. Brian McCaster Inclusive Programs Coordinator College of Engineering and Computing Swearingen Engineering Center, Student Services 1A10F mccastbr@cec.sc.edu | T 803-777-4023 | F 803-777-3818

University Housing Technology Services Evening Student Employee

Duties
  • Troubleshoot student and staff access control issues
  • Troubleshoot and resolve client’s various computer related issues
  • Answer office and on-call phones as needed
  • Maintain and update computers across various University Housing offices on campus
  • Install new hardware and software as needed
  • Update various software and hardware as needed
  • Duties as assigned
Reports to: Director of University Housing Technology Services Compensation: $11+/hour Required Hours: Must be able to work nights (5pm-12am) and weekends Please email resume and Fall 2019 class schedule to: Randy Borawski Director Technology Services University Housing 1520 Devine Street | Columbia, SC 29208 (p) 803-777-5509 borandy@mailbox.sc.edu