Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP) is seeking instructors and teaching assistants for courses being offered to highly gifted middle and high school students. The instructor is responsible for designing a course or using a Duke TIP syllabus to teach a course to a group of approximately 16-20 academically gifted students. The instructor position requires at least a year of graduate coursework and/or teaching experience with specific emphasis in the subject area, while the teaching assistant position requires completion of at least two years of undergraduate coursework.
Learn more at http://www.tip.duke.edu/node/956?strand=6
ALL YOUR LAN PARTY ARE BELONG TO US!
ACM@LSU will be hosting their third annual LAN party in Tureaud Hall on September 24th, 2011, from 6:00pm till the last Pylon falls.
Please go to https://acm.lsu.edu/wiki/LAN_Party to find more information and register for the event.
Local 13 year old Web development firm is seeking a full time experienced PHP programmer. Applicants must have the ability to design, plan and see projects through completion. In addition, the applicant must be driven, innovative and have a thirst to learn new technology. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are imperative.
- Build web-based applications and websites
- Create and maintain existing PHP codebases
- Implement and troubleshoot programming changes and modifications
- Prioritize tasks and multi-task in order to set and meet project deadlines
- Work closely with graphic designers and other team members
- Design and optimize MySQL databases
- Perform maintenance and updates to existing websites and custom PHP-based software
- Interact effectively with clients
- Background in web administration
- Understanding of CMS systems
- At least 3 years work experience in web content and/or web applications development
- Proficent working knowledge of the following:
- HTML and CSS
- Subversion and version control systems
- FreeBSD and/or Linux server administration
- Cloud hosting environments
- Understanding of back-end and hosting infrastructure, including BIND, DNS and Apache configuration
This is a full-time on-site position available immediately. Part-time and freelance consultants will not be considered for this position. Applicants must include a resume and a written summary of at least 2 completed projects-webdevelopment or custom software. If interested apply to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can find the online posting at http://batonrouge.craigslist.org/sof/2582032019.html.
Pixel Dash Studios, an independent game development studio in Baton Rouge, is hiring contract programmers and programming interns. At Pixel Dash, you will have the opportunity to work with a team of experienced professional developers on a variety of different game projects for platforms such as iOS, Android, Web, and PC. We offer the opportunity to choose your own hours and also to work remotely.
We are looking for smart, talented individuals with exceptional programming abilities. Whether student or professional, you must display knowledge of object oriented programming, good programming practices, and an aptitude for problem solving. You must be able to learn new programming languages and technologies quickly as these may vary based on the needs of the project. We do not require experience with any particular language or technology, but experience in the following will be a plus: C#, Unity, Flash, Unreal, Objective-C, iOS, Android, Facebook SDK. We also prefer individuals that are passionate about playing and making games.
Susan Feinberg, the College of Engineering liaison from Career Services, has provided us with dates and activities that Career Services will be hosting this fall.
The most urgent date relates to our on-campus interviewing (OCI) program. There are 9 “weeks” in our OCI fall program. Resume submissions end next week (8/31/2011) for employers interviewing during “Week 1” (9/19/2011-9/23/2011). Qualified students, per employer entered criteria, will be able to submit their resume on Careers2Geaux until this deadline. Each Wednesday presents a new deadline. For employers in “Week 2”, qualified candidates have until 9/7/2011, “Week 3”= deadline of 9/14/2011, etc. These deadline dates are in the next few weeks and there are several companies your students might be interested in. Additional employers are being added daily so students should check Careers2Geaux often.
Additionally, here are other events that you may want to attend.
For a full listing of our calendar of recruiting events, please click here.
Finally, Career Services has launched a Facebook page (www.facebook.com/LSUCareerServices). Please visit the site and “like” the page. Daily we will post career tips and event information that will prove to be a useful resource for students.
Susan G. Feinberg, M.S. Ed.
Assistant Director, Experiential Education
LSU Career Services
Division of Student Life & Enrollment
If you are interested in attending the TechX conference here in BR in October you can register for $50. It looks like it will be a good place to take resumes to the exhibit floor. When registering use the code “EDU-X” for your discount. But you must register before 8/31 to receive the early bird discount of $99 and the half price on that. The URL is: