UITS Human Resources

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.

Be part of something big

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 receive 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.

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Deb Allmayer
HR Officer | (812) 855-1914
Finance
Institutional Assurance/CACR
Media Digitization and Preservation Initiative
OVPIT

Juliana Tagliaferri
Deputy HR Officer | (812) 855-1499
Communications
Networks
Regional Campuses

Jill Scott
HR Business Partner | (812) 856-2941
Client Services and Support
Clinical Affairs Information Technology Services
Learning Technologies

Kris Ying
HR Business Partner| (812) 856-6898
Enterprise Systems
Pervasive Technology Institute
Research Technologies
User Experience Office

Lynda Johnson
Recruitment Coordinator | (812) 856-0834

Jackie Vest
HR/Payroll Associate| (812) 855-7376


For general questions and comments, please contact us at uitshr@iu.edu.

IU Bloomington

Human Resources Director

Human Resources Office Reports to: Brad Wheeler PAE5AD

Director, Enterprise Business Systems

Enterprise Systems Reports to: Lowden, Rob PAE 6IT

Facilities Assistance

Physical Facilities Management Reports to: Chris Hayden Hourly

Technology Center Consultants

Learning Technologies Reports to: Helen Malin Hourly

IUPUI

NOC Operations Manager

GlobalNOC Service Desk Reports to: Jon Sherk PAE4IT

Support Center Consultant

Support Center Front Line Reports to: Adam Smith Hourly

Technology Center Consultants

Learning Technologies Reports to: Marsha Egan Hourly

IUPU Columbus

Student Outreach

Network Team Reports to: Buzz Clore Student 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

Data Virtualization Intern

Project Overview:

This internship in the UITS Finance Office will be responsible for developing virtuatlized views of UITS financial information using Denodo.  The Finance Office will use these views to provide streamlined UITS-specific financial information for ongoing analytics, reporting, and visualization activities.  This internship will expose the student to working with Denodo, the IU data warehouse, IU Enterprise Jira, and the Data Cookbook, as well as connecting to multiple sources of data within IU and UITS while pulling information together in virtualized views.

We will afford the student opportunities to discuss and analyze data virtualization in a professional environment outside the classroom, as well as work with stakeholders in the Finance Office.  This internship is appropriate for students with an interest in data virtualization, big data, and databases.


Description of Duties:

  • Work with the Finance Office’s Analytics and Reporting team to develop virtualized views of UITS financial data in order to create a UITS-specific foundation of data that the Finance Office will use for ongoing financialanalytics, reporting, and visualization activity.
  • Develop virtualized data views that are optimized but robust enough to meet future analytic, reporting, and visualization needs.
  • Gain exposure to modern data virtualization techniques and software.

Qualifications:

  • Excellent understanding of data virtualization and/or database best practices preferred.
  • Prior exposure to Denodo software is a plus.
  • An interest in data virtualization, big data, and/or data management is preferred.


Supervisors: Henry Gabriel

Home campus: Bloomington

Applicants should submit a cover letter indicating "Data Virtualization" and a resume including skills relevant to job requirements to: UITSHR@iu.edu


HRMS Development Intern (filled)

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 exposureto 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


IU AnyWare Intern

Project overview:

This internship in the UITS Research Technologies Application and Desktop Virtualization Service team will assist with research, testing, documentation, and out-reach for the ADV team. This position will be hands on working with the latest technology and Virtual Engineering staff. The platform is called IUanyWare. 

Description of duties:

  • Conduct research and testing with applications and desktops running on IU virtual environment–IUanyWare.
  • Facilitate and coordinate testing and general use of the Infrastructure and Platform
  • Develop and document support and adoption guidelines for the service
  • Engage in student out-reach and table talks and social media to get the word out to IU Student population.

Qualifications:

Well qualified applicants will be a sophomore, junior or senior majoring in Informatics,
Information Science, Computer Science, Communications, Business, or other related field, but all with interest in technology are encouraged to apply. In addition to excellent research skills and strong written communication skill, the application should demonstrate understanding of:

  • General computing conceptssuch as client/server architectures
  • Cloud computing
  • Social Media Administration
  • Presentation and communication skills

Knowledge of the following areas is also helpful:

  • Computer Networking
  • Databases
  • Computer security

Project Supervisor: Stephanie Cox

Home Campus: Bloomington or IUPUI

Applications must submit a cover letter indicating “IUAnyWare Internship” describing their experience and interest in this area as well as resume including skills relevant to the stated project requirements to: UITSHR@iu.edu

STEM Outreach Intern

Project overview:

This internship in the UITS Research Technologies/IU Pervasive Technology Institute group, Collaboration Engagement Support Group (CESG), will participate in outreach and engagement with IU faculty and students. CESG works to enable researchers and scholars at IU and beyond to reach discovery faster, collaborate easier, visualize larger, and supports the connection to tools, services, and systems at IU in the area of high performance computing. STEM outreach includes participating in outreach events as well as generating and distributing written materials such as highlights (mini-news articles) about faculty/student research and scholarship enabled by IU’s advanced cyberinfrastructure resources.

Description of duties:

  • Generate highlights featuring faculty and student research and how they utilize advanced cyberinfrastructure
  • Interview faculty and students about their research/scholarship
  • Support organization of outreach events from start thru implementation (organization) and completion (surveys)

Qualifications:

  • Excellent verbal and written skills
  • Self-motivated and able to work independently, as well as part of a team
  • Able to analyze information and exercise informed independent judgement
  • General interest in science and advanced computing
  • Strong time management and organizational skills

Supervisors:  Winona Snapp-Childs and Robert Ping

Campus:  Bloomington

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


Support Center Software Development Intern (filled)

Project overview:

The UITS Support Center seeks an intern with programming experience who can help it improve several of its internal technical solutions. This selected candidate will have the opportunity to create solutions for dynamically pulling Knowledge Base content into Canvas courses with customized display settings, integrating data from varied sources to facilitate advanced data analysis, and increasing automation of internal processes that work across multiple systems. This internship would be appropriate for students with a strong programming background, knowledge of multiple programming languages and a solid understanding of SQL, PHP, XML, and CSS.

Description of duties:

  • Create PHP, XML, and/or CSS code needed to dynamically integrate Knowledge Base content into Canvas courses
  • Design and code custom solutions that integrate data from disparate sources
  • Design and code custom solutions that will facilitate process automation

Qualifications:

  • Proficient with multiple programming languages
  • Experience with SQL, PHP, XML, and CSS
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Strong communication skills
  • Responsible, dependable, and organized

Project Supervisor: Chris Payne, Chris Haugen, and Heather Bowland

Home Campus: Bloomington


Applicants should submit a cover letter indicating "Support Center Software Development" and resume including skills relevant to project requirement to: UITSHR@iu.edu


Support Center Instructional Development Intern

Project overview:

To ensure high-quality online learning experiences for its staff, the UITS Support Center seeks an intern to work with other members of the QAT team to develop sound pedagogical strategies and create and update training content in a range of media. The Instructional Development Intern will research and observe Support Center processes and ensure that training content is appropriately structured to effectively teach said content to new staff working in self-study mode.


The selected intern will be coached through a collaborative approach to pedagogical development and will have the opportunity to observe and explore various self-paced training techniques and modalities. They will also be tasked with creating new content in a range of media. This internship is ideal for a student pursuing a career in Education, Instructional Systems Technology and/or Library and Information Sciences, and will give the selected candidate professional experience in instructional design, training development and media creation.

Description of duties:

  • Observe and investigate internal Support Center processes
  • Work collaboratively with other staff to develop sound pedagogical strategies to facilitate comprehensive training development in a range of modalities
  • Explore new and innovativeways to document proceduresand create training content
  • Assist with the communication strategy for rolling out documentation updates
  • Collaborate with staff members to determine best organization of knowledge/information

Qualifications:

  • Experience in instructional design or training development
  • Strong general computing skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Team player
  • Excellent organization skills

Preferred:

  • Experience with Canvas
  • Experience with video development

Project Supervisor: Chris Payne

Home Campus: Bloomington

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

REN-ISAC Data Analysis Intern (filled)

Project overview:

The Data Analysis Intern will assist with identifying Information Security trends within the Higher Education community, understanding geographic/regional/financial constraints of Higher Education institutions, and analyzing opportunities for the Research and Education Networking Information Sharing and Analysis Center (REN-ISAC) to retain/increase member institutions.


This position offers candidates a unique opportunity to learn about and gain work experience in Cybersecurity – a field with growing opportunity and a bright future.


REN-ISAC is hosted at Indiana University reportint to the Office of the Vice President for Information Technology through the Public Safety and Institutional Assurance unit. REN-ISAC has two primary roles. As the computer security incident response team (CSIRT) supporting the R&E community at-large, we serve the entire EDU space in the United States, including non-members. In this role, we work with trusted third parties to notify higher education institutions of infected hosts and suspicious network traffic.  REN-ISAC serves over 600 member institutions in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the UK, and the United States.


Description of duties:

Deliver a final project/report that includes analysis of demographic data from the 600+ member institutions of REN-ISAC and how it correlates with annual survey data results.

Demographic data will include Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education, geographic/regional data, internal data from REN-ISAC’s Membership Registry, as well as, results from the 2017 REN-ISAC Membership Survey.

Evening / weekend availability is not required. The position is eligible for an average of 10hrs/week for up to 15 weeks.


Qualifications:

Students from all academic backgrounds are welcome.

Required Qualifications:

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Self-motivated, able to work independently as well as part of a larger team
  • Strong time management and organizational skills
  • Excellent with Excel data manipulation and interpretation
  • General interest in Information Security and technology

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Skills in the analysis, management, and application of spatial information through analysis of data
  • Experience with data visualization tools and platformssuch as Tableau, Google Earth, etc.
  • Experience with web design

Project Supervisor: Joseph Potchanant

Home Campus: Bloomington or Indianapolis

Applicants should submit a cover letter indicating "REN-ISAC Membership Services - Bepko Intern" and a resume including skills relevant to job requirements to: UITSHR@iu.edu

UITS Website Redesign (filled)

Project overview:

IT Communications is seeking an intern to help in the development and migration of content into the new IU framework. The intern will have the opportunity to receive mentorship by professional web developers from IT
Communications and members from the WebHelp team within Client Services and Support and gain experience working in a technology-rich and creative team environment. The intern will work alongside the IT Communications web team and the WebHelp team to consolidate and migrate over 300 UITS sites in to the new IU framework which features:

  • Branding and web style guides set by IU Communications.

  • Modular and scalable.

  • Developed in the Cascade Server WCMS environment.
  • Responsive web design.
  • Compliant with Accessibility WCAG Guidelines.

Description of duties:

  • The student intern will help with the consolidation and migration of the UITS Website from the current global instance of WCMS and WCMS Sites Model into the new IU Framework.
  • The student intern will assist in the migration of the content from landing pages in the UITS Websites.
  • The student intern will assist in the migration of the content from internal pages in the UITS Websites.
  • The student intern will help performing quality assurance procedures as described in our web development checklist:

             o Fix Broken Links
             o Check for Spelling and Grammar
             o Test websites in all browsers/devices
             o Check URL redirects
             o Web Accessibility compliance
             o HTML and CSS validation
             o Performance Optimization

Qualifications:

  • Detailed-oriented student with an interest in technology and eager to learn about new technology topics.
  • Experience with HTML5, CSS3, and WCMS.
  • 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 Supervisor: Myriam Young

Home Campus: Bloomington

Applicants should submit a cover letter indicating "UITS Website Redesign", and resume including skills relevant to project requirements, to: UITSHR@iu.edu

UX Communications Intern (filled)

Project overview:

The UX Communications Intern will assist the developer advocate with communications around issues of user experience, digital design, and software development at Indiana University. Embedded with IU Bloomington’s User Experience Office, this internship aims to provide professional experience and mentorship to a student with an interest in web design or development.

Description of duties:

  • Assist withthe writing of technical documentation
  • Assistwith the creation of marketing materials (email, flyers, blog posts)related to UXO initiatives, such as the Rivet software design system, the collaborative design sessions, and the design partners program
  • Shadow UXO designers when communicating to stakeholders about design, user experience, and accessibility
  • Help advocatefor design and accessibility best practices at IU
  • Develop skills in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

Qualifications:

  • Basic familiarity with designing websites using HTML and CSS
  • Basic familiarity with user experience and accessibility best practices
  • Interest in digital design, user experience, software engineering, or IT communications

Project Supervisors: Scott Anthony Murray

Home Campus: Bloomington 


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

Advanced Visualization Lab: Visualization Intern

Project overview:

The UITS Advanced Visualization Lab seeks an intern to assist with development projects using web technologies. The student would join the AVL in promoting the innovative application of visual technologies that enhance research, education, creative activity, and community outreach at IU. This internship would expose the student to modern web development practices and the creative use of these tools in environments beyond the traditional web browser. This internship would be appropriate for students with an interest in computer graphics, data visualization, and human-computer interaction.

Description of duties:

  • Work with AVL staff to support projects in collaboration with university domain experts
  • Develop web applications for diverse displays including video walls, multi-touch tables, and virtual reality systems
  • Assist with technology demonstrations and routine equipment maintenance

Qualifications:

  • Excellent understanding of web development tools and deployment required
  • Experience with 3D graphics modeling and programming preferred
  • Experience with graphics and visualization on the web preferred (WebGL, Three.js, D3, etc)


Project Supervisors: David Reagan

Home Campus: Bloomington

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


IUPUI Bepko internships

Medical Student Administration System Development Intern (filled)

Project overview:

This internship with UITS Clinical Affairs Information Technology Services (CAITS) will assist with the development efforts of the Medical Student Administration System (MSAS) by the Application Development and Business Intelligence (ADBI) team. This internship will expose the student to working on student management systems within the Medical School. 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 Medical Student Education. This internship is appropriate for students with an interest in Microsoft development tools.

Description of duties:

  • Work with CAITS ADBI technical and functional staff to develop web applications and services that support Medical Student Education at the IU School of Medicine.
  • Increase exposure to modern web development techniques and database design.

Qualifications:

  • Excellent understanding of web design and database design best practices preferred
  • Excellent understanding of Microsoft visual studio development environment.
  • Exposure to MS SQL.

Project Supervisor: Scott Hemmerlein

Home Campus: Indianapolis

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

UX Structured Documentation Intern

Project overview:

This internship will assist the Accessibility team within the User Experience Office in all phases of the lifecycle process of structured documents about digital accessibility at Indiana University. These structured documents will be part of a single-sourcing effort to publish the documents in various places, such as the Knowledge Base, Canvas courses, and websites. Embedded within Indiana University’s User Experience Office, this internship will provide professional experience and mentorship to a student with an interest in structured documentation.

Description of duties:

  • Assist with the writing and maintenance of structured documentation
  • Interact with members of the Accessibility and UXO teams and other stakeholders
  • Help advocate for accessibility best practices at IU
  • Develop skills in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript
  • Develop skills using modern systems for structured documentation and remote professional work

Qualifications:

  • Basic familiarity with markup languages such as XML or HTML
  • Willingness to learn quickly about accessibility best practices
  • Strong research skills
  • Prior experience creating structured documentation using industry tools, such as those created by Adobe or MadCap (classroom experience is sufficient)
  • Ability to adhere to writing style guides

Project Supervisors: Greg Hanek

Home Campus: Indianapolis

Applicants should submit a cover letter indicating “Visualization” and resume including skills relevant to project requirements to: UITSHR@iu.edu

Regional campus Bepko internships

UITS Communications Intern

Project Overview:

This internship with UITS Kokomo will assist with the communication efforts of the UITS Kokomo staff to inform and educate campus customers. This internship would expose the student to working on digital and print design, including digital signage, printed signage, email content, and web content, across the campus of IU Kokomo. 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 technical stakeholders representing Web Services, IT Training, and the Support Center. This internship would be appropriate for students with an interest in Public Relations, Digital Marketing, Informatics, Graphic Design, and/or New Media. All students are encouraged to apply.

Description of duties:

  • Work with leaders of IT Training, Support Center, and Web Services areas to
  • Ensure the design is user friendly and tailored to the audience
  • Have exposure to modern web development techniques and graphic design
  • Create emails in Salesforce Marketing Cloud
  • Leverage IU Web Content Management System (WCMS)
  • Apply IU Brand & Web Style Guide

Qualifications:

  • Excellent understanding of web content and graphic design best practices
  • Exposure to Salesforce or other Constituent Relationship Management software platforms
    • Exposure to digital marketing tools or concepts such as Google Analytics, A/B Testing, etc.

    Supervisor: Johnathan Grant

    Home Campus: Kokomo

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

    Web Migration Intern

    Project overview:

    This internship with UITS Kokomo will assist with the IU Web Framework Migration Project of the UITS Kokomo Web Services Team. This internship would expose the student to uploading and managing web content, including text, images, and video, across the digital campus of IU Kokomo at www.iuk.edu. 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 technical and functional stakeholders of the campus web space. This internship would be appropriate for students with an interest in English, Writing, Informatics, User Experience, Human Computer Interaction, Graphic Design, and/or New Media. All students are encouraged to apply.

    Description of duties:

    • Work with Web Services Team to load and manage web content in the IU Web Framework
    • Ensure the information architecture is user friendly and tailored to the audience
    • Have exposure to modern web development techniques and graphic design
    • Crop photos as needed
    • Leverage IU Web Content Management System (WCMS)
    • Apply IU Brand & Web Style Guide

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Excellent understanding of web content and graphic design best practices
    • Exposure to Cascade Server or other Web Content Management System software platforms
    • Familiarity with basic grammar and style
    • Familiarity with basic Photoshop tasks such as cropping and resizing images

    Project supervisor: Johnathan Grant

    Home campus: Kokomo

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

    Web Accessibility Implementation Intern

    Project Overview

    IU South Bend 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 South Bend 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 IUSB 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: Dorlita Blakely

    Home Campus: South Bend

    Applicants should submit a cover letter indicating "IUSB Web Accessibility Implementation" 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.