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Supporting IU's professional IT community

UITS HR seeks to recruit, train, and hire motivated employees, as well as help them develop career-planning strategies and provide tools that protect their health, welfare, and financial well-being.

Regional campus CIO Beth Van Gordon (pictured) embodies the aspirational possibilities of UITS, having earned a prominent position after years of service in diverse roles.

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University Information Technology Services (UITS) is the home of IT at Indiana University. Twice named one of Computerworld's best places to work in IT, UITS has become a leader in IT for higher ed. We wouldn't have that status without professional staff whose hard work and passion pave the way for discovery across the university.

Learn how you can play a role in the future of IT at IU.

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Incentive Program (ERIP)

Employees who refer a successful candidate in jobs eligible for the ERIP can recieve 5% of the position's base salary, with a maximum of $2,500. To ensure program eligibility, employees should read and follow ERIP's specific guidelines.

Compensation resources

IU Bloomington

Senior UX Designer

Enterprise Library Systems Reports to: Matt Sargent PAE3IT

Instructional Technology Consultant

IUB Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning Reports to: Greg Siering PAE3IT

Client Support Specialist

HELPnet Technology Services Reports to: Allen Tucker SS0H

Part-time .Net Web Developer

Leveraged Services Reports to: Vishal Pradhan Hourly

Account Manager

External Funding Reports to: Doug Mayo Hourly

Support Technician/Tester

Enterprise Auxiliary Systems Reports to: Timothy Lewis Hourly

Senior Network Engineer

GlobalNOC Internet2 Networks Reports to: Caren Litvanyi PAE 3IT ERIP eligible

Senior Support Engineer

Cloud Technology Support Reports to: Bob Flynn PAE 3IT

Principal/Sr. Network Engineer - courtesy posting

GlobalNOC Internet2 Networks Reports to: Caren Litvanyi PAE 4IT/3IT ERIP eligible

Technology Center Consultants

Learning Technologies Reports to: Helen Malin Hourly

IUPUI

3D Consultant

Technology Center Consulting Reports to: Steven Thompson Hourly

Window Systems Administrator

Systems Infrastructure - CAITS Reports to: Troy Chastain PAE3IT ERIP eligible

Student Blog and Podcasting Support

Enterprise Web Technical Services Reports to: Manjit Trehan Hourly

Part-Time Technology Support Technician

HELPnet Technology Services Reports to: Kevin Steiner Hourly

Senior Support Engineer - courtesy posting

Cloud Technology Support Reports to: Bob Flynn PAE 3IT

Senior Network Engineer - courtesy posting

GlobalNOC Internet2 Networks Reports to: Caren Litvanyi PAE 3IT ERIP eligible

Linux Systems Administrator

HELPnet Technology Services Reports to: Allen Tucker PAE 3IT

Senior Support Engineer - courtesy posting

Cloud Technology Support Reports to: Bob Flynn PAE 3IT

Principal/Sr. Network Engineer

GlobalNOC Internet2 Networks Reports to: Caren LItvanyi PAE 4IT/3IT ERIP eligible

Technology Center Consultants

Learning Technologies Reports to: Steve Thompson Hourly

Support Center Consultant

Support Center Reports to: Jonathan Davenport Hourly

Additional campuses

Check back for regular job postings from all IU campuses, including IU East, IU Kokomo, IU Northwest, IU South Bend, and IUPUC.

Bepko internships

UITS offers the Bepko Internship program to uphold Chancellor Bepko's commitment to diversity within IT. The program targets applications from student populations that are traditionally under-represented in information technology professions.

Interns are compensated and can also earn experience working with a UITS supervisor.


Access the position descriptions below for information about the duties, qualifications, and application instructions.

IU Bloomington Bepko internships

Cloud Technology Support Intern   

Project Overview:

This internship in the UITS Client Services and Support division would assist with the research, testing, and documentation of public cloud technologies available to the Indiana University (IU) community as well as onboarding of user accounts. This position will have significant input in shaping the process for the adoption of cloud computing at IU.

Description of potential duties:

  • Conduct research and testing with public cloud platforms like Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform and others.
  • Facilitate and coordinate testing and general use of Infrastructure and Platform as a Service (IaaS and PaaS) by IU IT professionals.
  • Develop and document support and adoption guidelines for cloud computing at IU.
  • Create cloud platform recommendations for the IU community.
  • Assist in cloud account configuration, onboarding and high-level support.

Qualifications:

Well qualified applicants will be a sophomore, junior or senior majoring in Informatics, Computer Science, Information Science, or other related field, but all with relevant experience are encouraged to apply. In addition to excellent research skills and strong written communication skills, the applicant should have a demonstrable conceptual understanding of:

  • general computing concepts such as client/server architectures
  • cloud computing basics
  • application development and programming


Knowledge of the following areas are also helpful:

  • computer networking
  • databases
  • computer security

Supervisor: Bob Flynn

Home Campus: Bloomington

Applicants must submit a cover letter indicating "Cloud Technology Support Internship" describing their experience and interest in this area as well as a resume including skills relevant to stated project requirements to: UITSHR@iu.edu

eLearning Design & Services Intern - this position has been filled and is no longer accepting applications

Project overview:

This internship in UITS eLearning Design & Services will assist with research, review, and testing of teaching and learning tools being used by or investigated for use by IU faculty. Work may include basic building in Canvas, commensurate with what a non-technically-inclined faculty member would need to do and drafting of simple “How to” guides for faculty. This internship would expose the student to working in a faculty support role, as well as interfacing with complementary units at UITS in support of digital learning. In addition, the student would be afforded the opportunity to discuss and analyze emerging technologies in a professional environment outside the classroom and practice presenting simple research back to a supportive team. This internship would be appropriate for students with an interest in instructional design, instructional technology, journalism, communications, or education.

Description of duties:

  • Work with Instructional Designers and Instructional Technologists to explore technologies that have been identified as potentially valuable at IU for online classes in Canvas.
  • Create sample set-ups and activities with tools under review (in Canvas)
  • Report to internal team on opportunities and challenges from the faculty or student perspective.
  • Create simple job aids to assist others in testing out the tools under review.
  • Duties may shift in focus as appropriate to intern’s interests and skills (e.g., education major may want to focus more heavily on reporting of pedagogical opportunities, instructional design major may want to focus more heavily on job aid development, etc.)

Qualifications:

  • At least limited experience with outreach or education (completed classes in education, marketing, communication or journalism suffice).
  • Exposure to Canvas preferred (as a student is sufficient)

Project Supervisor: Anna Lynch

Home Campus: Bloomington or Indianapolis

Applicants should submit a cover letter indicating "Bepko eLearning Design & Services Internship" and resume including skills relevant to project requirements to: UITSHR@iu.edu

HPS Systems Support Technician

Project overview:

This internship is with the High Performance Systems (HPS) Group in the Research Technologies division of UITS.  HPS maintains the supercomputers at Indiana University (Big Red 2, Big Red 2+, Carbonate, Karst, and the Research Database Complex (RDC)). This position will work the system administrators that run the IU supercomputers, and interns in this position will setup and maintain their own test cluster. Interns will learn about all aspects of HPC systems including cluster administration tools, file systems, resource managers, job schedulers, user authorization systems, authentication systems, and computer security.

Description of duties:

  • Work with HPS admins to maintain cluster and storage hardware
  • Write systems programs
  • Dispatch support tickets
  • Troubleshoot tier 1 support issues
  • Diagnose systems problems

Qualifications:

  • Ability to program and experience with Linux, or any other UNIX operating systems
  • Interest in system administration
  • Excellent verbal and communications skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Ability to program
  • Self-motivated, creative

Project Supervisor: Jenett Tillotson

Home Campus: Bloomington

Applicants should submit a cover letter indicating "HPS Systems Support Technician" and resume including skills relevant to project requirements to: UITSHR@iu.edu

HRMS Development Intern

Project overview:

This internship in the UITS Enterprise Systems Division/Enterprise Business Systems will assist with the development efforts of the Human Resources Management Systems (HRMS) Technical Team. This internship would expose the student to working on HRMS applications and services, including those used for Payroll, Benefits Administration, and HR in all campuses of IU. In addition, the student would be afforded the opportunity to discuss and analyze emerging technologies in a professional environment outside the classroom, as well as work with functional stakeholders representing IU UHRS and Academic HR, Benefits Administration and Payroll. This internship would be appropriate for students with an interest in Java/J2EE and/or PeopleSoft development. Students interested in Automated Testing/Quality Assurance in a Java or PeopleSoft environment will also be considered.

Description of duties:

  • Work with HRMS technical and functional staff to develop Web applications and services to support HR, Benefits Administration, and Payroll
  • Ensure the design is user friendly and stable
  • Have exposure to modern web development techniques and database design

Qualifications:

  • Excellent understanding of web design and database design best practices preferred
  • Exposure to Java/J2EE or PeopleSoft development environments preferred
  • Exposure to automated testing frameworks preferred

Project Supervisor: Melanie Ebdon

Home Campus: Bloomington

Applicants should submit a cover letter indicating "HRMS Development" and resume including skills relevant to project requirements to: UITSHR@iu.edu

Incident Response / Policy Analyst Intern

Project overview:

This internship in the University Information Policy Office will assist the Incident Response Team by creating incident response playbooks that document operational activities in response to ongoing security incidents.  This internship will also assist the efforts of the Information and Technology Policies team by evaluating the IU Information Security and Privacy Program against relevant standards (NIST, ISO, etc).  Additionally, the intern would have the opportunity to discuss security, privacy, and policy related topics amongst professionals in the field, outside of a classroom setting.  This internship would be appropriate for students with an interest in information security, information policy, and/or privacy.

Description of duties:

  • Work with Incident Response analysts and Security Engineers to document incident response activities into a playbook format
  • Work with Information & Technology Policy officers and analysts to document alignment and gaps between relevant standards and IU’s Information Security and Privacy Program

Qualifications:

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Experience with common word processing and spreadsheet software
  • Familiarity with knowledge management applications (wikis)
  • Familiarity with technology concepts and terms is desirable

Project Supervisor: Tim Goth

Home Campus: Indianapolis or Bloomington

Applicants should submit a cover letter indicating "Incident Response / Policy Analyst Intern" and resume including skills relevant to project requirements to: UITSHR@iu.edu

IU eTexts Initiative Intern

Project Overview:

IU eTexts (etexts.iu.edu) is a university-wide teaching and learning initiative designed to help reduce the cost of education, while enhancing student learning and related educational outcomes. The intern’s responsibilities will center on the gathering/analysis of information to better inform the ongoing implementation of the eTexts initiative, as well as development of related communication and outreach to student groups/organizations. As the eText reader software is made available to IU as part of the university’s membership in the Unizin consortium (unizin.iu.edu), the intern will also participate in related conversations with other consortium institutions to better understand/provide input on how teaching and learning technologies can be collaboratively supported at a very large scale.

Description of Duties:

  • Compile data on traditional printed textbooks still in use in order to support various comparative analysis studies between those texts and their equivalent eTexts
  • Assist in the development of student-focused eText communications, including raising awareness with various student groups/organizations on the IU eTexts initiative
  • Participate in discussions related to eTexts and other teaching and learning technologies as part of the Unizin Consortium (unizin.iu.edu) by assisting with preparation of meeting agendas, recording of/distribution of meeting notes and other related activities
  • Assist with local user experience testing on updates to the eText reader software

Qualifications:

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Self-motivated, able to work independently as well as part of a larger team
  • Ability to analyze complex information and exercise independent judgment
  • Strong time management and organizational skills
  • General interest in technologies used to support teaching and learning

Supervisors: Mark Goodner and Michele Kelmer

Home campus: Bloomington

Applicants should submit a cover letter indicating "IU eTexts initiative – Bepko Intern" and a resume including skills relevant to job requirements to: UITSHR@iu.edu

Knowledge Management Intern

Project overview:

The UITS Knowledge Management team is seeking an intern to assist with the content development and operations efforts of the Knowledge Management (KM) team. This internship will expose the intern to processes and procedures for managing enterprise business content, including structuring and maintaining content in the Knowledge Management System (KMS) for appropriate audiences and different endpoints where applicable.. Additionally, the student will learn about working with content stakeholders and associated practices and tools; participate in a team making use of Agile practices (Kanban); experience being part of a major support organization; and have the opportunity to discuss and analyze both emerging technologies and customer experience in a professional environment outside the classroom.

This internship would be appropriate for students with an interest in online enterprise content management and/or technical writing.

Description of duties:

  • Work with the KM team to structure and maintain content using the KMS
  • Observe and participate in agile processes for operations work
  • Work with multiple stakeholders for delivery of business content

Qualifications:

  • Strong writing and editing skills
  • Strong HTML skills
  • Exposure to UX/web design helpful

Project Supervisor: Julie Thatcher

Home Campus: Bloomington

Applicants should submit a cover letter indicating "KM Intern" and resume including skills relevant to project requirements to: UITSHR@iu.edu

IT Training Online Course Development Intern

Project overview:

IT Training is seeking an online course development intern to support the creation of new online courses in Canvas around IT topics and applications, which will be available to the IU community and beyond. These courses will provide high-quality content in an engaging experience, with certification tracks available. The online course development intern will gain experience working in a collaborative team environment, developing within a learning management system (LMS – Canvas), and understanding how to work with a web content management system (WCMS – Cascade Server. The intern will also explore engagement tools and techniques in an online environment.


Description of duties:

  • Write content and technical instructions, as well as format text, graphics, and multi-media within Canvas.
  • Contribute to decisions about designing online courses
  • Analyze online course design for potential improvements, and contribute to discussions with staff members


Qualifications:

  • Experience with online content development and layout design
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Demonstrated initiative and passion, willing to offer up new ideas and think outside the box
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Rapid learner who thrives in a fast-paced environment
  • A great team player


Extra consideration will be given to applicants who have web coding or multimedia experience.


This internship is ideal for a student pursuing a career in instructional systems technology, adult online education, IT education, or a related field of study


Project Supervisors: Primary - Jason Fickel; Secondary – Jessica Samuel


Home Campus: Bloomington or Indianapolis


Applicants should submit a cover letter indicating "IT Training Online Course Development Internship" and resume including skills relevant to project requirements to: UITSHR@iu.edu

UX Design Intern

Project overview:

The UX Design intern will work on real-world, enterprise-level applications and websites alongside User Experience Architects in the UITS UX Office (UXO). As a UX Design Intern, the student will have the opportunity to participate in every part of the design process from research to UI design, including creating functional prototypes and writing HTML and CSS. This internship would be appropriate for students with an interest in UX and UI design who are also interested in learning new skills like writing HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

Description of duties:

  • Work with UX Architects in UXO to create design artifacts, including research documents, wireframes, static visual designs, and functional prototypes
  • Participate in research studies, including identifying research subjects and scheduling and conducting interviews
  • Help create new content for and maintain the UXO website


Qualifications:

  • Understanding of human-centered design processes and methodologies
  • Experience with Adobe Creative Suite/Cloud products, especially Illustrator and Photoshop

  • Preferred qualifications:
  • Experience writing standards-compliant and accessible HTML & CSS
  • Experience writing JavaScript
  • Experience with modern JavaScript build tools like Gulp and Webpack
  • Experience with using Git and Github


Project Supervisor: Levi McGranahan

Home Campus: Bloomington

Applicants should submit a cover letter indicating "UX Design Intern" and resume including skills relevant to project requirements to: UITSHR@iu.edu

Office of the VPIT Intern

Project overview:

This internship in the office of the VPIT will focus on a variety of subjects impacting students at IU including IT security, IU’s etext program, and IU’s rollout of two-factor authentication (Duo) to students.  The intern will work with the Vice President and Chief of Staff on the creation of a multi-institution model for IT security threat and mitigation, analysis of IU’s existing eText program, and will participate in the Vice President’s SafeIT taskforce which is tasked with the rollout of Duo and other new security measures. This internship would be appropriate for students with an interest in IT leadership and management.  A successful candidate will be familiar with best practices in business administration as well as information systems management.

Description of duties:

  • Assist with the rollout of two-factor authentication for all IU students, slated for November 2017 by providing the “voice of the student” in staff meetings.
  • Compile and review data on eTexts and prepare an analysis on the cost efficacy of IU’s eText program.
  • Prepare presentation materials for the creation of the OmniSOC- a cybersecurity operations center serving Big10 member institutions.

Qualifications:

  • Understanding of diverse communications methods and best channels to communicate with students
  • Knowledge of enterprise information technology is preferred
  • Understanding of the structure of IU (university vs. campus) is crucial for success in this position.

Project Supervisor: Dan Calarco

Home Campus: Bloomington

Applicants should submit a cover letter indicating "VPIT Intern" and resume including skills relevant to project requirements to: UITSHR@iu.edu

IUPUI Bepko internships

eLearning Design & Services Intern - this position has been filled and is no longer accepting applications

Project overview:

This internship in UITS eLearning Design & Services will assist with research, review, and testing of teaching and learning tools being used by or investigated for use by IU faculty. Work may include basic building in Canvas, commensurate with what a non-technically-inclined faculty member would need to do and drafting of simple “How to” guides for faculty. This internship would expose the student to working in a faculty support role, as well as interfacing with complementary units at UITS in support of digital learning. In addition, the student would be afforded the opportunity to discuss and analyze emerging technologies in a professional environment outside the classroom and practice presenting simple research back to a supportive team. This internship would be appropriate for students with an interest in instructional design, instructional technology, journalism, communications, or education.

Description of duties:

  • Work with Instructional Designers and Instructional Technologists to explore technologies that have been identified as potentially valuable at IU for online classes in Canvas.
  • Create sample set-ups and activities with tools under review (in Canvas)
  • Report to internal team on opportunities and challenges from the faculty or student perspective.
  • Create simple job aids to assist others in testing out the tools under review.
  • Duties may shift in focus as appropriate to intern’s interests and skills (e.g., education major may want to focus more heavily on reporting of pedagogical opportunities, instructional design major may want to focus more heavily on job aid development, etc.)

Qualifications:

  • At least limited experience with outreach or education (completed classes in education, marketing, communication or journalism suffice).
  • Exposure to Canvas preferred (as a student is sufficient)

Project Supervisor: Anna Lynch

Home Campus: Bloomington or Indianapolis

Applicants should submit a cover letter indicating "Bepko eLearning Design & Services Internship" and resume including skills relevant to project requirements to: UITSHR@iu.edu

GlobalNOC Service Desk Intern

Project overview:

This internship in the GlobalNOC Service Desk will assist with the operational frontline support efforts of the vast collection of customer networks supported by the GlobalNOC. This internship will expose the student to working an operational Tier I environment, where they will be responsible for activities including: incident creation and triage, direct customer service interaction, LAN/WAN network technical concepts, and development of process and procedure in support of an array of State, Regional, and National networks. The student would train as a frontline technician and be able to develop their customer service and technical abilities along the training path. The intern will also receive exposure to customer networks and be provided background in higher-level network functionality through mentorship within the team.  This internship would be appropriate for students with an interest in advanced network troubleshooting and incident management with a strong focus on customer service.

Description of duties:

  • Support frontline process/procedure for a set of TBD networks
  • Ensure appropriate process is followed and communicated in the incident tracking system
  • Develop and maintain customer service focus
  • Gain exposure to an array of various network topologies

Qualifications:

  • Excellent understanding of customer service success
  • Exposure to LAN/WAN networks is preferred
  • Background in any type of customer-facing service is preferred

Project Supervisor: Jon Sherk

Home Campus: Indianapolis

Applicants should submit a cover letter indicating "HRMS Development" and resume including skills relevant to project requirements to:  UITSHR@iu.edu

Health Sciences Technology Internship

Project overview:

The CAITS’ Gerald L. Bepko Student Internship project for 2017-2018 will focus on understanding how complex and unique Health Sciences technology solutions are supported by CAITS. Focusing on the Health Sciences schools at IU, this internship will give a student the task to identify and document the steps and processes followed by CAITS Operations’ personnel in the completion of an IT project. This involves working closely with developers, technicians and system administrators to understand project and internal workflows. The student will be exposed to application development, business intelligence, server infrastructure, and client services operations in CAITS. The student will observe, document, and suggest improvements to the existing project management and internal workflows followed by the CAITS Operations’ teams. With a focus on continuous improvement, this student will also help CAITS Operations management shape internal project management practices, redefine support processes, and review change management procedures within the organization.

Description of duties:

  • Coordinate with CAITS Operations personnel to document existing processes in the server infrastructure, application development, business intelligence and client services areas
  • Interview and document work performed by persons in these areas to complete a project
  • Suggest improvements in the project workflow in CAITS

Qualifications:

  • Excellent written and interpersonal communication skills required.
  • Knowledge of IT technical architecture and terminology especially as it relates to client devices and servers
  • Basic understanding of project and IT process management

Project Supervisor: Kevin Cusimano

Home Campus: Indianapolis

Applicants should submit a cover letter indicating "CAITS Internship" and resume including skills relevant to project requirements to: UITSHR@iu.edu

Incident Response / Policy Analyst Intern

Project overview:

This internship in the University Information Policy Office will assist the Incident Response Team by creating incident response playbooks that document operational activities in response to ongoing security incidents.  This internship will also assist the efforts of the Information and Technology Policies team by evaluating the IU Information Security and Privacy Program against relevant standards (NIST, ISO, etc).  Additionally, the intern would have the opportunity to discuss security, privacy, and policy related topics amongst professionals in the field, outside of a classroom setting.  This internship would be appropriate for students with an interest in information security, information policy, and/or privacy.

Description of duties:

  • Work with Incident Response analysts and Security Engineers to document incident response activities into a playbook format
  • Work with Information & Technology Policy officers and analysts to document alignment and gaps between relevant standards and IU’s Information Security and Privacy Program

Qualifications:

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Experience with common word processing and spreadsheet software
  • Familiarity with knowledge management applications (wikis)
  • Familiarity with technology concepts and terms is desirable

Project Supervisor: Tim Goth

Home Campus: Indianapolis or Bloomington

Applicants should submit a cover letter indicating "Incident Response / Policy Analyst Intern" and resume including skills relevant to project requirements to:

UITSHR@iu.edu

IT Training Online Course Development Intern

Project overview:

IT Training is seeking an online course development intern to support the creation of new online courses in Canvas around IT topics and applications, which will be available to the IU community and beyond. These courses will provide high-quality content in an engaging experience, with certification tracks available. The online course development intern will gain experience working in a collaborative team environment, developing within a learning management system (LMS – Canvas), and understanding how to work with a web content management system (WCMS – Cascade Server. The intern will also explore engagement tools and techniques in an online environment.

Description of duties:

  • Write content and technical instructions, as well as format text, graphics, and multi-media within Canvas.
  • Contribute to decisions about designing online courses
  • Analyze online course design for potential improvements, and contribute to discussions with staff members

Qualifications:

  • Experience with online content development and layout design
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Demonstrated initiative and passion, willing to offer up new ideas and think outside the box
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Rapid learner who thrives in a fast-paced environment
  • A great team player

Extra consideration will be given to applicants who have web coding or multimedia experience.

This internship is ideal for a student pursuing a career in instructional systems technology, adult online education, IT education, or a related field of study

Project Supervisors: Primary - Jason Fickel; Secondary – Jessica Samuel

Home Campus: Bloomington or Indianapolis

Applicants should submit a cover letter indicating "IT Training Online Course Development Internship" and resume including skills relevant to project requirements to: UITSHR@iu.edu

Regional campus Bepko internships

Billing/Inventory Migration Intern

Project Overview:

IU South Bend University Information Technology Services (UITS) is seeking an intern to assist with the migration of the current telecommunications billing/inventory system to the PCR-360 IU system. This internship will assist with the migration and development of all aspects of billing and inventory related to telecommunication on the IU South Bend campus. Specific components of the billing/inventory system includes billing for services rendered, cable/wiring inventory and setting rates for services. This position would be appropriate for students with an interest in an enterprise-level database system and how it is used on an IU regional campus or commercial establishment.

Description of duties:

 

Here are some activities that the intern will perform:

Become familiar with inventory database systems, especially Professional Computing Resources – otherwise known as PCR-360. PCR-360 provides a rich set of integrated functions that includes asset tracking and cable management.

Organize, catalog and input data into PCR-360 working with various groups within IU South Bend UITS and IU Bloomington UITS.

Organize, catalog and input cable and billing information into PCR-360.

Create and maintain documentation of billing and inventory information using various software applications such as PDF writer, MS-Visio, etc.

Offer ideas and suggestions on how to keep the billing and inventory information current and accurate moving forward.

Qualifications:

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to interact professionally with various groups is essential.
  • Able to work both independently and as a member of a team.
  • The ability and willingness to learn new applications quickly.
  • Strong general computing skills necessary. Experience with database products a plus.
  • The ability and willingness to work at a computer for long periods of time.
  • May be required to walk around campus to track down assets.
  • Must be trustworthy, since field work may entail going into locked rooms and offices.
  • Supervisor: Kevin Ahlgrim

    Home Campus: South Bend

    Applicants should submit a cover letter indicating "IU South Bend UITS Inventory Control Intern Position" and a resume including skills relevant to job requirements to: UITSHR@iu.edu

    Web Intern

    Project overview:

    The student selected for this internship will collaborate with the UITS-Kokomo staff to update the UITS-Kokomo departmental web presence with high-quality and cutting-edge web pages. The student will have the opportunity to use their skills in creating and updating web content.

    The Web Intern will gain experience working in the information technology services area of higher education. Because the UITS-KO website contains content from all areas of the department, the student will have the opportunity to work with managers and directors from each functional area to gather content and format it for the web. This internship will expose the student to emerging technologies in web development in a professional environment outside the classroom, as well as provide the opportunity to work with functional stakeholders representing the IU Kokomo web space.

    Description of duties:

    • Learn web development best practices and development standards under the guidance of our web services team.
    • Learn to create new web pages using a content management system.
    • Learn to modify or create code modules (“chunks”) as needed to meet client needs.
    • Assist with creating and updating Classroom Technology database content.
    • Learn the IU branding guidelines and style guide.
    • Review and update web content.

    Qualifications:

    The position is ideal for a detail-oriented student with a desire to work with the latest web technologies.

    • Proficiency in technical web development tools (XHTML, CSS, JavaScript, etc.) and firm grasp of the back-end and digital space.
    • Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite.
    • Ability to work both independently and in partnership with a team.
    • Ability to define and work to deadlines. Strong focus on timely project completion.
    • Be self-directed, willing to take initiative, and detail-oriented.
    • Functional knowledge of best practices such as information architecture, documentation, and testing.
    • Familiar with web content management.
    • Good writing skills.

    Project supervisor: Johnathan Grant

    Home campus: Kokomo

    Applicants should submit a cover letter indicating “IU Kokomo Web Intern” and resume including skills relevant to job requirements to: uitshr@iu.edu

    Web Accessibility Implementation Intern

    Project Overview

    IU Northwest Web Services is seeking an intern to help with the implementation of ADA Compliance strategy in our website. The intern will have the opportunity to receive mentorship by professional web developers and gain experience working in a technology-rich and creative team environment. The intern will work alongside the IU Northwest campus web and application development team to implement the following:

    • ADA compliance in all pages of our website
    • ADA Compliance in all PDF and documents in our website
    • ADA compliance in all HTML, CSS and Javascript code in our website

    Description of Duties:

    • Testing and assessing all pages of the IUN campus website
    • Implementation of web accessibility compliance
    • Creating reports to make sure that web accessibility compliance is addressed.
    • Performing quality assurance procedures as described in our web development checklist:
    • Fix Broken Links
    • Check for Spelling and Grammar
    • Test websites in all browsers/devices
    • Check URL redirects
    • Web Accessibility compliance
    • HTML and CSS validation
    • Performance Optimization

    Qualifications:

    • Detailed-oriented student with an interest in technology and eager to learn about new technology topics.
    • Experience with HTML5.
    • Must have strong interpersonal skills and great customer service. The successful candidate must be willing to work on deadline and accept peer review and final edits of their own work, as well as provide constructive feedback to others.
    • The intern must be comfortable learning to use new technology, such as web content management systems.
    • Minimum of ten hours a week.

    Project Supervisors: Myriam Young

    Home Campus: Indiana University Northwest

    Applicants should submit a cover letter indicating "Web Accessibility Implementation Intern" and resume including skills relevant to project requirements to: UITSHR@iu.edu

    Equal opportunities & affirmative action

    Indiana University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation or identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status. This institution is also a provider of ADA services.