Friday, November 12, 2010

Student Web Developer

The Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium (ROC) Clinical Trail Center seeks a STUDENT WEB DEVELOPER to join our team to help improve existing or implement new functionality for our web-oriented software system. Our software is a key part of a medical research project that aims to help save lives. The users of our site are the clinical staff at the UW Clinical Trials Center and staff at participating sites in cities in the U.S. and Canada.

Projects will be assigned based on your existing skills and interests as well as the importance and urgency of the projects. If desired and depending on arrangements with your department, work here may count for capstone project credits, independent study credits, or other project-oriented credits.

This is a good opportunity for students to get experience in a real-world environment and gain an edge when applying to jobs in the summer or after graduation. Undergraduate and graduate students are both welcome to apply.

Hours and Salary:
* Hours are flexible. We need students to commit to a schedule that's in the range of 25hr-40hr/wk
* Students should commit to at least 2 quarters, and we prefer longer commitments
* Pay will be based on experience, roughly ranging from $12 to $18 per hour

What the applicant can expect to learn while working here:
* Database-driven web application (Perl, Mason, HTML, CSS, Javascript, AJAX, MySQL)
* Software engineering best practices (project planning, design documents, bug-tracking, source control, etc.)

* Excellent oral and written communication skills
* Basic programming proficiency

Experience in the following is a plus:
* Web programming related technology (Perl, PHP, ASP, Python, HTML/CSS, Javascript, AJAX, etc.)
* Software engineering methods (project planning, design documents, bug tracking, source control, usability testing, etc.)
* Usage of relational databases (MySQL, MSSQL, Access, etc.)

To apply, please send resume to Art Kerr,