The Laboratory for Computer Science Research (LCSR) is currently looking for a Student Ruby on Rails Programmer. This position will be directed in the development, maintenance, testings, documentation and cleanup of research applications in Ruby using Rails. This is a programming position. This work is for the benefit of the Department of Computer Science (DCS) and the School of Arts and Sciences (SAS).
|Starting:||As Soon As Possible. Must be able to work Summer 2018.|
|Hours:||Available hours of work are 9am-6pm, Monday-Friday. 10-15 hours of work per week are required during the school semester. 20-40 hours of work per week are available during the holidays, winter and summer breaks.|
|Wage:||Between $12-17/hr depending on skill set.
- Play a key role in the ongoing design, development, testing, maintenance, and deployment of Ruby on Rails applications.
- Potential applications are related to teaching fellow students how to code.
- Ruby on Rails application development (MVC architecture)
- Git/Github for source code version control and collaboration
- HTML, CSS, DOM
- Understanding of Object Oriented programming
- Be able to permform work on Linux OS
In addition the following skills would be beneficial, but are not required:
- Experience developing on Linux (CentOS)
- Strong performance in CS-111
- Experience using and contributing to open source software
- Experience with other languages (e.g., Python, Java)
- Experience with NGINX, Docker, XML, JSON, and SQL
- BASH Shell Scripting
All work hours must be performed from our office on Busch Campus in Piscataway
Applicants must be enrolled at Rutgers University. Preferential treatment will be given to individuals with one or more years left of education, but all grade levels are welcome to apply. Both Undergraduate and Graduate students welcome.
If you are have questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by CoRE 219, Busch Campus.
To apply please email email@example.com and include the following:
- A short description of yourself.
- An answer to why you would like this particular position.
- When is your graduation month and year.
- MOST IMPORTANTLY: URL(s) currently accessible on the internet where web pages and applications developed and published by you can be found. This should be similar to an on-line portfolio and demonstrate your work.
- Whether or not you can work over the summer or winter holidays.
- Attach your resume to the email.