Employment Opportunities

The Opus College of Engineering Technology Services is currently hiring on-campus, part-time student job positions:
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Desktop Support Technician (Part-Time)

Job Overview:
The Opus College of Engineering has over 1,100 computers running Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems with a wide variety of engineering software applications. To support the faculty and staff, this position coordinates computer imaging, setup, configuration, software installation, user-data transfer, deployment and disposal processes.

Job Responsibilities:

• Provide daily support, issue investigation, and root-cause analysis for college-wide computer systems including:
• Windows 10 operating system
• MacOS and Linux support experience preferred, but not required
o Software (Microsoft Office, CAE software, industrial control software, etc.)
o Hardware (desktops, laptops, tablets, phones, smartphones, etc.).
• Create and update internal technical and end user documentation
• Participate in installing, configuring, and maintaining operating system images
• Work with faculty and staff on data migration from old to new systems
• Install peripherals (printers, mice, keyboards, monitors, etc.) on end-user computers and resolve issues
• Effectively communicate with end-users to determine needs, gather information for issue resolution, and explain work completed
• Work with student support staff as a second tier of issue escalation and assign to full time OCOE Tech staff
• Complete tasks assigned by the Computer System Engineer and IT Director

Job Skills:
• Experience in computer operating system installation
• Experience in computer software installation
• Technical proficiency in areas relating to computer hardware, software, and operating systems
• Customer service experience
• Strong English verbal and written communication skills geared towards exceptional customer satisfaction
• Ability to successfully handle multiple tasks and prioritize in a timely fashion

Job Benefits:
* Competitive hourly pay
* Flexible scheduling during business hours (20 hrs/wk)
* Gain valuable IT systems administrative experience
* Learn information technology applications
* Exclusive on-campus work
* Time off during holidays and breaks
* Great team environment and fun place to work

Job Requirements:
* Must be enrolled as a Marquette student (Preference for Computer/Data Science, Engineering and Business Information Systems)
* Be motivated and willing to learn on the job and make use of various resources to successfully complete work

To Apply:
Please email cover letter and resume to matthew.derosier@marquette.edu


Database Administrator Internship (Part-Time)

Job Overview:
The Opus College of Engineering uses a workplace innovation platform called Filemaker to develop and maintain a custom database application for administrative staff. The application streamlines college operations and boosts productivity in areas of industry relations, enrollment management and advising/tutoring.

Job Responsibilities:
* Collaborate on database design, including architecture, normalization and management
* Maintain the database entity relationship diagram and other documentation
* Create database layouts, field definitions, calculations, tables, and relationships
* Employ user experience design methodologies to create user interfaces with excellent user experiences
* Develop scripts to perform database activities such as generating reports and automating application tasks
* Provide database application training and support to college administrative staff

Job Skills:
* Knowledge of relational database systems and good database design
* Advanced training and experience in the Filemaker platform
* Understanding of Structured Query Language (SQL)
* Intermediate experience with Microsoft Excel for manipulating data using formulas
* Experienced object-oriented programming skills (Java, Python, Ruby)
* Strong analytical skills with ability to collect, organize, analyze and disseminate information
* Attention to details and accuracy with user data
* Creative and innovative mind-set for solving complex problems
* Ability to both work independently and in a team environment
* Excellent communication, both written and verbal

Job Benefits:
* Competitive hourly pay
* Highly flexible scheduling
* Gain valuable database administrative experience
* Learn information technology applications
* Exclusive on-campus work
* Time off during holidays and breaks
* Great team environment and fun place to work

Job Requirements:
* Must be enrolled as a Marquette student (Preference for Computer/Data Science, Engineering and Business Information Systems)
* Have and maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.4 or higher
* Be motivated and willing to learn on the job and make use of various resources to successfully complete work

To Apply:
Please email cover letter and resume to brad.bonczkiewicz@marquette.edu