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2019 Information Technology Internship

2019 Information Technology Intern 

Newcomb College Institute 

Job Description: The Information Technology Intern will work with the Manager of Technology Initiatives to oversee website administration in Drupal and Org sync, technology project management, asset management, and inventories, creating and updating spreadsheets, and documents, data entry, internal customer service, and other special projects.

Pay: $8.00/hr  

Eligibility: Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors  

Responsibilities

As a technology services intern you will:

  • Work on a digital research project related to gender or techno-feminism of your choice and publish articles in Technology and Gender DH project. 
  • Work on technology research projects as assigned.
  • Maintain technology inventory lists and equipment.
  • Work with NCI employees to identify computer problems and advise on a solution, as needed. 
  • Log and keep records of user services queries. 
  • Manage website changes in Drupal and Wordpress. 
  • Set up computers and accessories, (hardware and software experience) 
  • Data entry and office administration related to technology. 

Requirements:

Information Technology Intern must be able to work 10 hours a week in the Newcomb Commons, Monday through Friday – 9:00 to 5:00. 

Have an interest in women's leadership within the technology industry or a gender-related technology issue. 

Proficiency with Excel and other MS Office productivity tools 

Analytical Skills: Ability to break down a problem clearly into the component issues and analyze each item to develop a comprehensive solution 

Communication Skills: Excellent oral and written communication skills are a must

Attention to detail: The role involves reviewing and understanding complex software settings to find errors and room for improvement. Ability to make and follow checklists. 

Can Do Attitude: Willingness to troubleshoot solutions independently but also a willingness to seek help when stuck.  Self-Starter. 

Highly proficient at mac and dell troubleshooting and set-up.

Duration: Fall, 2019 - Spring 2020 

Due: April 15, 2019

For more information, contact:
Jacquelyne Howard
Manager of Technology Initiatives 
Newcomb College Institute
Jhoward8@tulane.edu 


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