ILS: Academic Technology Intern I (S9845B)

Summary, Scope, and Responsibilities

Curricular and Research Computing seeks self-motivated, energetic students who want hands-on technical experience working with computer technology. Students will work on various projects in a support capacity, as well as staff the Roger Williams Hall computer lab. These students must have excellent interpersonal communication skills and the ability to learn quickly.

Duties will involve contributing to projects as assigned, and providing basic instruction and troubleshooting in computer software or hardware problems. Curricular and Research Computing supports both Macintosh and Windows environments. We will provide training as necessary to enable interns to carry out their duties.

Specific responsibilities include, but may not be limited to:


The Basics

Department: Information and Library Services
Supervisor: Michael Hanrahan
Office Location: Roger Willams Hall
Pay Grade: B
Hours: 10-20
Workers: 3-4

Qualifications, Requirements, and Responsibilities


Required experience: Interns must be familiar with Mac OS X (ideally 10.9+) and Windows 7. They also must have proficiency in standard computing tools software Preferred experience: Audio and video editing tools


Student reports to Shauna’h Fuegen


Students will use computers and a printer.