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The Division of Information Technology is hiring part-time remote student developers. Students will work with a team developing and supporting JAVA, .NET, and Python web applications in the Cloud (AWS and VMC). Students will participate in the complete life cycle, from initial requirements, design, and development to maintenance and customer support. A computer and equipment will be provided as needed.

The position's exact duties and responsibilities will vary based on the applicant's skills and aptitude. Our students complete an on-boarding program and receive mentoring from full-time developers to get up to speed with our development practices and acquire application-specific domain knowledge.

Hours and Location:
You set your schedule—remote work with the option of working in the office. You must have at least some availability between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday-Friday. Starting wages are $11.00/hr, but could be greater based on experience.

Required Qualifications:
Be a current undergraduate in a Technology-related field (MIS, CIS, etc.). Students must have strong problem-solving skills and some development experience. Candidates must be motivated, capable of learning new skills quickly, self-directed, able to work at least 15 hours a week, and willing to devote at least a year to the position, including summers. We encourage first-year students to apply.

Preferred qualifications:
• Experience with Java, .NET, and Python application development.
• Experience supporting applications in AWS.
• Experience with Ajax, JavaScript, and standards-based web design.
• Applicants with one or more years of employment potential.
• Ability to work 40 hours per week over the summer and breaks if taking three or fewer hours of classes.
• Ability to work up to 30 hours per week during the academic year.
Student Electronic Media Assistant


The Division of Information Technology, Office of Electronic Media Services (EMS) is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Student Electronic Media Assistant.

The student employee will work collaboratively and individually to:
- provide videography and multimedia support to on-campus courses and events
- assist with live webcasts of academic, administrative, and university-related events
- create and edit video, audio, still images, motion graphics, closed captions, and other assets
- provide video consultation, training, and support to faculty/staff
- research new audio/video and multimedia technologies

The Student Electronic Media Assistant will concurrently work on several projects that may vary in complexity, responsibility, and time.
The EMS office is in Dole Hall.

Required Qualifications:
- Knowledge of basic video and audio gear including basic setup and production equipment
- Familiarity with audio, video and graphic design software tools, techniques and processes
- Strong customer service communication and social interaction skills
- Exceptional attention to detail and video quality
- Strong English and typing skills
- Self-directed, motivated, responsible, and professional work ethic
- Must be able to work 10-20 hours per week, although scheduling is flexible
- This position may be required to work evenings and occasionally weekends.


Desired Qualifications:
- Proficiency with Adobe Creative Cloud applications (Premiere Pro, After Effects, Audition, Photoshop, Illustrator)
- Basic knowledge of YouTube, Facebook and other streaming video technologies
- Familiarity with professional video camera setup and operations
- Familiarity with video production studio and field environments
- Experience working with clients in project-based workflows


Compensation:
Starting wages begin at $11.00 per hour

How to Apply:
Please provide a resume. A portfolio is optional but if you have one, we would like to see it.
Frontend and Workflow Developer:


Hours and Location:

You set your schedule—options for hybrid and remote work. You must have at least some availability between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday-Friday. Starting wages are $11.00/hr, but could be greater based on experience. Compensation includes support for AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner certifications. Instruction materials and the first exam will be covered for both certifications.

Required Qualifications:

Be a current undergraduate in a Technology-related field (MIS, CIS, etc.). Students must have strong problem-solving skills and development experience. Candidates must be motivated, capable of learning new skills quickly, self-directed, able to work at least 15 hours a week, and willing to devote at least a year to the position, including summers.

Preferred Quantified:

• Strong oral and written communication skills / Experience working with Business Analysts and
non-technical people
• Experience with revision control systems and peer code reviews
• Experience with Classic ASP, ASP.NET, VBScript, C#, JavaScript, CSS, and HTML development
• Experience with upgrading legacy applications to a modern platform, such as .NET
• Experience reading code, documenting existing functionality
• Experience with Document imaging and workflow platforms (SoftDocs, Perceptive
Content/ImageNow, Decisions)
• Experience implementing front-end solutions using JavaScript, Typescript, CSS, and HTML
• Experience with Ajax, JavaScript, and standards-based web design.
• Experience developing and supporting form-based web applications
• Experience writing SQL and working with relational databases (Oracle, SQL Server)
• Experience with MicroServices Architecture
• Applicants with one or more years of employment potential.
• Ability to work 40 hours per week over the summer and breaks if taking three or fewer hours of
classes.
• Ability to work up to 30 hours per week during the academic year.
The Division of Information Technology is hiring a part-time student Security Analyst with a software development background. In this role, students will support a team that develops and supports JAVA, .NET, and Python web applications in the Cloud (AWS and VMC). A computer and equipment will be provided as needed.

The position's exact duties and responsibilities will vary based on the applicant's skills and aptitude.

Responsibilities:
• Monitor and analyze vulnerability reports from static analysis tools such as Maven Site Plugin, Sonar, and GitHub’s vulnerability reporting.
• Identify vulnerabilities in application portfolio using tools such as Nikto, sqlmap, w3af, and others / Will coordinate and work with developers and infrastructure teams to perform penetration testing
• Prototype static analysis tools for applications not already covered, validate tooling, and work with the hiring manager to develop a plan to extend CI (Continuous Integration) tooling
• Provide a reoccurring summarized report on top vulnerabilities and recommendations on risk mitigation strategies / Partner with senior developers to prioritize and develop a plan of action to mitigate security concerns

Required Qualifications:
Be a current undergraduate in a Technology-related field (MIS, CIS, etc.) interested in cybersecurity. Students must have strong problem-solving skills and some development experience. Candidates must be motivated, capable of learning new skills quickly, self-directed, able to work at least 15 hours a week, and willing to devote at least a year to the position, including summers. We encourage first-year students to apply.

Preferred Qualifications:
• Strong oral and written communication skills
• Working knowledge of OWASP Top 10 with the ability to apply, identify, and mitigate application security vulnerabilities
• Knowledge and interest in areas of networking, operating systems, databases, identity management, cloud infrastructure and services, and software development
• Experience completing risk assessment of architectural design and implementation and articulating risk and impact analysis
• Experience with Java, .NET, Python, and PHP application development.
• Experience with Ajax, JavaScript, and standards-based web design.
• Experience supporting applications in AWS.
• Enthusiastic learner with interest in cybersecurity and software development
• Ability to prioritize and maintain focus on multiple tasks while working independently and with a team
• Applicants with one or more years of employment potential.
• Ability to work 40 hours per week over the summer and breaks if taking three or fewer hours of classes.
• Ability to work up to 30 hours per week during the academic year.

Hours and Location:
You set your schedule—options for hybrid and remote work. You must have at least some availability between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday-Friday. Starting wages are $11.00/hr but could be greater based on experience. Compensation includes support for CompTIA Security+, CompTIA PenTest+, and AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner certifications. Instruction materials and the first exam will be covered for both certifications.

Definition of work:
This is highly detailed work in the NTS Storeroom. Work involves receiving, storing, moving and delivering supplies, equipment to various places. Communicating verbally and/or in writing with a broad customer base. This position will assist with all inventory tasks, assist customers with items in the storeroom and storage building, and is responsible for filling product locations in the storeroom and storage building.

Responsibilities:
• Receiving, storing, moving, and delivering supplies, equipment, to other locations
• Communicating verbally and/or in writing with a broad customer base
• Assists with all inventory tasks, assists customer with items, and maintains product locations
• Maintains equipment, logs, books
• Provide quality customer service to all

Required Knowledge, Abilities and Skills:
• Available and willing to work 10–30 hrs/week including
summer
• Experience with computers
• Attention to details
• Positive attitude and eagerness to learn
• Time management skills, the ability to multitask
• Ability and willingness to work as a team
• Ability to think and act quickly and logically under pressure
• Strong interpersonal and communications skills (verbal and written)
• A high level of reliability and dependability is expected
• Physically capable of lifting cartons weighing 60-80 pounds
• Must have a valid driver’s license and a clean driving record

Preferred Knowledge, Abilities and Skills
• Two years remaining at KSU
• Experience using dollies, pallet jacks and forklifts
• Previous customer service experience
• Previous warehouse, receiving, shipping experience