Student Employment (NDSU only) - Systems Networking Student Intern
NDSU’s Center for Computationally Assisted Science and Technology (CCAST) hires student interns to work on a variety of projects related to computer networking and improving the movement of research data between CCAST and its users/collaborators. Students in any academic year (freshmen to graduate students) and in any program who possess the required experience will be considered.
Hours Per Week: Minimum 10 hours/week | Maximum 20 hours/week during Spring/Fall semesters | Maximum 40 hours/week during Summer
Starting Wage: $11/hour - $16/hour depending on class ranking
Reports To: HPC System Administrators
CCAST is NDSU’s High Performance Computing (HPC) center, whose purpose is to enable research at NDSU by providing computational resources, expertise, and training to faculty, staff, and students. The research we enable spans a broad range of disciplines, including chemistry, biology, physics, statistics, public health, business, and others.
- Experience working in Linux and/or UNIX environments, including knowledge of basic Bash shell commands
- Experience programming on one or more high-level programming languages (Perl, Python, C/C++, Java or others)
- Basic understanding of how computers communicate with each other (i.e. networking)
- Ability to write clear documentation of development process for others to use (i.e. describing "what you did")
- Willingness to learn
- Experience with computer networking, including working knowledge of some or all of the following: IP addressing, subnets, VLANs, DHCP, DNS, routing, etc.
- Experience scripting or automating tasks in Linux/UNIX environments using Bash, Perl, or Python
- Experience with virtual machines and/or Linux containers, either on your local machine or (even better) on a cloud platform such as Azure, AWS, GCP, or OpenStack
Required Application Materials:
- Online application
- Cover Letter (optional)