Web Development Lead (Student Position)

Job Title: Student Assistant, Web Development Lead

Reports to: Chief Marketing Officer

Pay: $20/hr. starting, ~10 hours per week, remote & flexible hours

The Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology (SCET) is a global innovation hub headquartered at UC Berkeley’s College of Engineering where aspiring entrepreneurs and innovators take deep dives into the world of technology entrepreneurship and embark on the path to develop exciting new ventures. The center researches emerging technologies in its labs and offers a suite of courses and programs for students and executives.

Description: The Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology is currently looking for a student web developer to help develop the SCET website and other SCET sites such as xcelerator.berkeley.edu, altmeatlab.berkeley.edu, innox.berkeley.edu, disasterlab.berkeley.edu and others. The main technology used is WordPress for these sites and websites will be built with its content management and web building tools (mostly without code). The student web development lead will design and develop new web pages, organize site architectures, and enhance search engine optimization, quality assurance, and accessibility.

Qualifications 

  • Experience, skills, and passion with web design and development. 
  • Some knowledge of html, CSS, and JavaScript is helpful, but not required. 
  • Most work will be done with the front-end content management system, so some design / UI / UX skills are helpful. 

Eligibility: These positions are restricted to enrolled UC Berkeley students. Students cannot be appointed in any combination of jobs over 100% FTE (40 hrs/week) at any given time at the University. International students should refer to the International Office website for additional details on employment eligibility and restrictions. 

How to apply: https://forms.gle/Dr2joQXoAw4EuM218

Application deadline:  August 7, 2022

Position starts: August 29, 2022 (flexible)

Questions? Email kmcaleer@berkeley.edu

 

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Keith McAleer