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JOB LISTING - UC Berkeley student position in EECS Instruction - programmer

CalJobs   Job# 867035     (http://career.berkeley.edu/Callisto/CalJobs.stm)
Workstudy Job# 4489287323 (http://workstudy.berkeley.edu/)

Listing posted by:
  Kevin Mullally, 378 Cory, 643-6141, kevinm@berkeley.edu

Applicants should contact:
  Kevin Mullally, 378 Cory, 643-6141, kevinm@berkeley.edu

Start date:	June 30, 2014 (or as soon as possible)
End date:	December 31, 2014 (may be extended)

	   ***  APPLICANT MUST BE A STUDENT CURRENTLY ENROLLED ***
	   ***   AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT BERKELEY   ***

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  TITLE: "Student Programmer" Assistant II position (4921)
  EMPLOYER:  EECS
  SUPERVISOR: Manager of Instructional Systems Group
  HOURS: 49%  (up to 18 hrs/week)
  SALARY: starting at $14.00/hr
  
  DESCRIPTION:  Provide technical support for computers in EECS instructional
  labs and for software used by EECS instructors and classes.

  Responsibilities include:  

  Systems administration and software development on Linux, Solaris, MacOSX, 
  Windows.  Write or port existing programs in languages such as bash, perl, 
  python, HTML, SQL, VBS, Visual Basic, C, C++, Java or C#.
  
  Support of instructional computing labs and computers.  Help to install 
  computers.  Includes lifting computers and moving computer lab furniture.  
  Patrol the instructional labs, make repairs or report problems to the 
  larger sys admin group.  Do weekend lab checks (1-2 hours on Saturday or 
  Sunday).

  Reports to Manager of Instructional Group.  Office is in Soda Hall.

  QUALIFICATIONS:  

  UCB EE major, CS major or equivalent; excellent written and verbal 
  communications skills; experience on UNIX, Windows and MacOSX systems 
  adminstration, experience programming in a variety of computer languages 
  and environments.  B+ or better in CS61A or equivalent.  Program 
  development in a class such as CS160 would be helpful.

  PLEASE EMAIL RESUME AND COVER LETTER TO kevinm@berkeley.edu
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