Loyola University Maryland

Department of Computer Science

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Location:
Baltimore, Maryland

Industry:  
Non-Profit - Other 


Job Function:  
Health Services/Healthcare, Scientist, Web Design 


Description:  
Category: Nonprofit Service:

V-LINC provides computer access evaluations, product recommendations, training on AT devices and software, as well as desiging or adapting products for people who want to become more independent.

In addition summer camp provides respite for parents and learning opportunities in an inclusive environment for 7 to 14 year old children.

Fields:
Health/life sciences/medical, Human resources

Semester: Summer (June - August)
Year: 2013

Responsibilities:
     
Learn to use current Joomla open source web design program with components for forms, submissions and other specific needs.

Under the supervision of the executive director, re-create the V-LINC website to develop a simple and elegant site with changing information and updates, a breadcrumb and site map.

Desired Skills:

Familiar with website designs and basic skills in some web design products (HTML in not required or needed). Must be a fast learner capable of learning new tools on the internet and using.  Must be patient, detail-oriented and very organized in your approach.

Location is near Morgan University on Argonne Drive - ability to work from this site for an average of 4 hours/week (other hours may be worked from another site).

Major: Technology, Web Design or other technology-related field
Workdays: Flexible with some work hours during regular work week required.

Hours: 20
Requirements: U.S. Citizen / U.S. National, Permanent U.S. Resident

Paid: Yes
Salary: 

What materials do you require for application?
     Resume, Other 

Contact Information:
Theo Pinette | Executive Director 
Division/Department: Marketing 
2301 Argonne Drive
Baltimore, Maryland  21218 
United States
Email: tpinette@v-linc.org 
Phone: 410-554-9134 
Fax: 410-561-2709 

Notes on this contact:  
V-LINC creates independence through technology serving people with disabilities. We provide computer access evaluations, product recommendations, and training on recommended AT devices and software. In addition our active volunteer engineers design and adapt products for people when no commercial product is available. 

V-LINC's summer camp provides an inclusive environment for 7 to 14 year old children with and without disabilities.
Fields:
     Health care, Human resources
May institutions include information about your organization in their career center files?
     Yes 

Application Qualifications

Desired Attributes The following attributes are desired for this position.
  • Desired Degree: Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Science
  • Desired Major/Concentration: Biology, Business Administration, Computer Science, Computer Science (MS)
  • Desired Student Status: Junior, Senior
  • Desired Work Authorization Status: Authorized to work in the U.S.