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[job list] ACM@UIUC Weekly Job Postings

ACM@UIUC Weekly Job Postings
Week of May 8th, 2011

With postings from:
Committee on Institutional Cooperation


Title: Part-time IT desktop support position available IMMEDIATELY
Company: Committee on Institutional Cooperation
Contact: Tim Newcomb  <tdnewk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> 217-244-6341
Hiring for:  Part-time 
Brief job description: part time IT desktop support position. This
person will provide desktop hardware/software support in a primarily
microsoft windows environment. Duties include OS/application software
installation and troubleshooting, desktop/laptop hardware
troubleshooting, and general user IT support.  
Requirements: Experience installing/troubleshooting windows OS and
office products. Desktop/Laptop hardware support in a networked
environment. Mac hardware/software experience a plus.
Preferred Skills: Ability to communicate with people of varying
technical expertise, excellent written and oral communication skills,
demonstrated customer service attitude.
Set pay at 9.50 an hour.
Available immediatelyâ?¦.no end dateâ?¦


Title: Summer 2011 Parallel Programming Laboratory Undergraduate positions
Company: UIUC
Contact: JoAnne Geigner <jgeigner@xxxxxxxxxxxx> 217-244-0425
Hiring for:  Part-time 
In the Parallel Programming Laboratory (PPL), undergraduates, graduates,
research scientists and post-docs work with Prof. Laxmikant V. Kale to
develop and optimize parallel programming software and novel languages
for the fastest computers in the world. Prof. Kale also leads research
in high-performance scientific applications in bioinformatics, molecular
dynamics, and rocket science. 

For Summer 2011, Prof. Kale has several paid positions available for
undergraduate students. The skill sets vary for these positions; they
can include experience in C/C++/Java programming, or programming in PHP,
Javascript and SQL. Parallel/high-performance computing experience is
not necessary. 

Desirable applicants should have these characteristics: 
â?¢ Good programming skills 
â?¢ Ability to work in teams on software projects 
â?¢ Experience or interest in developing software independently outside
of class 
â?¢ A strong academic background in computer science or a closely
related field 

No prior parallel programming experience is required, and undergraduates
of all levels will be considered. Interested students should email a
resume to JoAnne Geigner (jgeigner@xxxxxxxxxxxx) and put \"Summer 2011
PPL Undergraduate Position\" in the subject line.