Academic Information Services Work Study Assistant
Federal Work Study
The Academic Information Services Work Study Assistant provides support to the Academic Information Services department by assisting with course deployment, software quality assurance testing, the University’s internal social networking platform, data migration, graphics design, and programming.
The AIS Work Study Assistant will assist the department with coordinating testing and diagnosing failures; filing defects; manual testing of software and programs and communication of results to the team. The student in this position will participate in the daily tasks of an Agile Development team and work with Business Analysts to understand and develop requirements of a passing test. This position will also assist Quality Assurance members of the Blue Quill team in their duties.
Applicants must be current Franklin students with Federal Work Study eligibility majoring in the IT or Computer Science program. Applicants should be enthusiastic about learning new technologies, have excellent communication skills and a positive/professional attitude. This position also requires a basic understanding of programming structures, loops, conditionals, and classes. Critical thinking skills and the ability to learn new software, technologies, and coding languages are needed in this position.
The ideal candidate must be able to work 20-25 hours per week, Monday-Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm.
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