Student Hourly Opening - GIS Developer
Application deadline: April 30, 2017
The State Cartographer's Office, a unit of the UW-Madison Department of Geography, needs your help! We currently have one opening for students interested in geospatial and Web technologies.
You'll be asked to work on projects and problems with minimal supervision... if you like to be told step-by-step what to do, then this job might not be for you.
What we expect
We expect our students to work 10-15 hours per week. In return, we offer a very flexible schedule that can work around your class schedule, and yes, those occasional all-nighters.
We expect you to be an active learner. Period. We know you haven't had a "real" job yet, so we get the fact that you need time to learn. We expect this... but we also expect you to take that responsibility seriously.
We need you to work in our lab located in Science Hall, because remote work arrangements are not possible in our highly collaborative environment. Our starting pay is generally $11.50 per hour, unless you have some serious skills and can really hit the ground running.
Job requirements and how to apply
The application deadline is April 30, 2017.