The ATLAS Institute and the Technology, Arts and Media Program provide free job and internship posting services. Employers who post agree to follow Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) practices, treat applicants/employees ethically, and understand that jobs that appear to discriminate against applicants on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, age, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, disability, or gender will not be posted. As required by the University, ATLAS and TAM do not endorse employers, positions posted, or specific applicants. If you have a concern about a particular posting, please contact Stephanie Wanek at Stephanie.Wanek@colorado.edu. Postings will be removed at the end of each semester.


CU ALTEC

Student Graphic Designer (P/T; paid)

CU’s ALTEC has a job opening for a graphic designer to join the student employee staff. The graphic designer will work closely with the program assistant and other ALTEC staff on various brand and marketing concepts and designs. The graphic designer student employee will work 10-20 hours per week between 8am-4pm in Hellems 156. Job responsibilities are designing eye-catching print and digital materials, incl email campaigns using MailChimp, marketing materials, webpage and social media content and design and promotional posters. Details and application info can be found here: https://www.colorado.edu/center/altec/graphic-designer


Opportunity to Create Website for Local Software Company

CU Admissions

Graphic Design Student Intern (P/T; paid)

This position will assist in the creation and design of marketing materials, incl presentations, agendas, posters and invitations. Work with Communication Coordinators to design graphics, GIFs, animated videos and other curated content for the admission social media platforms (this includes Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and Snapchat). Estim 12-15/wk @ $11/hr. Start Nov through May. Must be a CU Jr or Sr at CU and be familiar w/ social media platforms. Bonus points for: Strong Adobe Creative Suite skills; social media online design tools, i.e. Canva, Adobe Spark, Mojo, strong writing/comms and video or photography. Send your resume, a cover letter and sample work/portfolio pieces to Savannah Borgsmiller at sabo8501@colorado.edu. Qualified applicants will be contacted for an in-person interview. Apply by Oct 25, 2019


BerBeda LLC: Tech Pack

Designer (P/T; paid)

BerBeda is an emerging sustainable athletic lifestyle brand founded by a CU Leeds student, Eddy Connors. He’s recruiting someone who’s passionate about fashion, sustainability and enjoys collaboration. Applicants should be proficient in Adobe Illustrator and be a good communicator. The job entails designing tech packs for new products to be sampled. You will see your illustrations come to life! Pay is for project completion and ranges from $10-$100 per project. Apply to eddyconnors34@gmail.com or text (914)-364-3506 and include relevant skills/experiences or upload your resume. Additional info at https://berbeda.biz/


Opportunity to Create Website for Local Software Company

P/T; paid

Dialed.ai is seeking assistance to create their first publicly facing web site for their "focus management" software product.  We are seeking a design-oriented and technically savvy individual to create a landing page and survey workflow for prospective users.  Desired skills include: Previous experience in web design; Creative design experience; Experience with site frameworks; SEO experience a plus. This is a contract position.  If you have an interest in this project, please contact brad@dialed.ai

The Hiring Engine

Student Videographer/Editor (P/T; paid)

The Hiring Engine is looking for a videographer/editor to join us for a day to film and edit one of our customers for a case study. Any interested individuals can expect to spend a day taking B-roll footage of the facility, filming interviews, and designing/setting up shots for a professional case study. You need to have a set of professional lighting/audio/camera equipment and be at least a junior with experience making video-based marketing content. Estimated hours: 3 hours filming, 8 hrs editing and developing 3-4 case studies. Send resume and portfolio to charlie.losche@thehiringengine.com

Personal Project

2 student programmers (P/T; paid)

We are interested in hiring 2 student programmers to work on a contract basis (estim 5 hrs/wk @ $20/hr). One project is to begin the Offline App for IOS/Apple (for IPhone, IPad, etc.) according to existing specificatidions. We also would like someone who has experience in writing Javascript Apps to finish the Android app.  The other project is working on our website www.celadondragon.com which uses php, HTML5 and javascript. We’d like to add features and capabilities, deal with assorted bug fixes and other new projects.  Successful applicants will be able to work independently, but also as part of a team. You can work from home, as well as the office.  Interested students should send a resume and email of interest for either the Mobile App or Website project to Ron Teller (rteller@hotmail.com)\

Fulframe

Live Event Videographer (P/T; Paid)

Fulframe is a Boulder-based full service media production company hiring live event videographers for year-round work. Videographers will travel to concerts, plays, performances, etc to operate a camera and sell orders of said event to people attending. Videographers should have good people skills and basic camera operating experience but will receive training. Events are usually in the evening and range from 2 - 5 hours of work on average. Weekly time commitments vary by time of year. Videographer pay is between $15 to $20 per hour depending on position and experience. Please email resume and any relevant work (portfolio) to info@fulframe.tv if interested. 

Fulframe

Video Editor (P/T; Paid)

Fulframe is a Boulder-based full service media production company hiring video editors for year-round work. Work will consist of anything from multi-cam event edits to creative commercial and short film editing depending on skill level. Editors will need to have basic knowledge of Premiere Pro and other Adobe products. No editing equipment is required unless you choose to work from home on your own computer. Editors can choose their own hours whether they are working in the Fulframe office or from home. Weekly time commitments vary by time of year. Editor pay starts at $15 per hour but can increase based on skill level and type of project. Please email resume and any relevant work (portfolio) to info@fulframe.tv if interested.

CU ALTEC

Student Videography Assnt (P/T; paid)

ALTEC is hiring a Videography Intern to assist in the creation and development of video assets for use in collateral and marketing material for ALTEC and other affiliated stakeholders. The designated student videographer, under the supervision of ALTEC’s Marketing Manager, will work both independently as well as with internal staff (professional and student staff) workers on the team on collaborative design-content marketing projects that further the ALTEC brand. Details and application here: https://www.colorado.edu/center/altec/student-videographe

CU Engineering

Student Comms Assn’t (P/T; paid)

The College of Engineering seeks a Student Communications Assn’t to produce high-quality written and digital communications for internal and external audiences. Under the direction of the Assn’t Dir of Engineering Communications and the Dir of International Programs, this position will be responsible for researching, interviewing, writing, editing, proofreading, web editing/design, social media, and other duties. The student assistant will focus primarily on outreach and communications to engineering students regarding global opportunities available to them. The assistant will likewise support the Engineering Communications Team on a variety of projects. Flexible hours and occasional remote work options make this an ideal position, especially for an engineering student with demonstrated interest in international education and honed design and/or digital communication skills.  To apply, please refer to job 21859 on the Student Employment website.

MAIP Fellowship

Summer 2020 (F/T; paid)

This MAIP Fellowship includes 12 weeks of free online classes, 9 weeks of a paid internship at an advertising/marketing agency across the United States, and a culminating recognition week in which students are flown to NYC for a career fair, graduation dinner, and other opportunities for networking and professional development. Juniors, seniors, and graduate candidates of multicultural backgrounds are invited to apply here. Pay varies by agency and discipline, but there is a minimum wage of $12 per hour, full time, unless state laws mandate otherwise (so a student who is selected to intern in California or New York would expect to make at least $15 per hour). Applications are due by Oct 18th, but the application is comprehensive, and students are advised to begin applying as soon as possible. The on-site portion of the internship will take place from June 1-August 7, 2020.

Lingoport Software

Engineer Intern (P/T; paid)

Boulder-based Lingoport https://lingoport.com/ provides development services to help clients create software in any language or cultural format. This opportunity will focus either on our dashboard or tools that help clients on-board their Lingoport projects more easily. This paid internship is P/T (min 10hrs/wk) but might lead to a F/T position. Successful applicants have some of the following: JavaScript programming, Java, basic system knowledge, Linux and/or Windows. Please apply!  Interns will work with our engineering team to brainstorm ideas, contribute to UI/UX design, write code (and documentation) and also help with demos. To apply, please send an email of interest, as well as a resume to nhandler@lingoport.com.

CU Engineering

Graphic Designer/Multi-Media Student Assistant (P/T; paid)

The College of Engineering is hiring for a graphic designer/multi-media student assistant beginning in the fall semester. Specific functions include: update and create web pages; shoot and edit video; design posters, invitations, digital screens and other print and digital materials to support college programs and special events. Create visual content for website and social media applications (to include photo and video assets). Applicants must have basic knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite, a creative mindset, willingness to learn and have great communications skills. Photography and motion graphic skills are a plus. Approximately 10-20 hours week @ $12-$17/hour. Please email a resume and three design examples (or portfolio link) to michelle.wiese@colorado.edu. Apply by 9/20.

ATLAS Communications

Photographer (P/T; paid)

ATLAS is looking for an experienced student photographer to join the ATLAS Communications team. In addition to strong photography skills, successful candidates will be able to find and take interesting shots of students, faculty and their projects in ways that communicate the mission and vision of the ATLAS Institute. Along with self-directed work, specific events will be assigned, some of which may take place in the evening or over the weekend. Examples must be provided as part of application. Examples of work used to support a product, service or organization encouraged. 2-5 hours/week.

To apply, please complete this google form. Questions? Email nick.sutcliffe@colorado.edu.

Philanthropeace

Digital Media Intern (P/T; paid) 

This intern will help manage content, communications plan and social media platforms, as well as our website, in order to build community and further social justice efforts. We’re looking for someone who has good interpersonal and communication skills; attention to detail; and a creative self-starter. This internship is an independent contractor role begin. 9/16 @ 6 hrs/week ($14/hr) and a 6-month commitment. Note: 25% of is in-office w/ remainder in flex hours. Office hours between 9-4pm Tu-Th. Please indicate preferred days and times for office hours in application. Send cover letter and resume to Katie Doyle Myers, Exec Dir katie@philanthropiece.org by 9/10 but reviewed on rolling basis.

CU Admissions 

Student Ambassadors P/T/; paid

Looking for leadership roles, mentoring and inspiring the next incoming class of Buffs? CU Admissions is currently hiring for new Student Ambassadors.

You can also serve an ambassador for ATLAS and why you chose to study here. More info and application here: https://www.colorado.edu/studentgroups/ambassadors/join-ambassadors.

(Need a letter of reference? Let us know! We’re happy to help support your efforts!)

Nimbl Science

Graphic Design & Marketing Intern (P/T; paid)

Nymbl Science, a Colorado health tech company dedicated to preventing 1 million falls among older adults, is looking for an outstanding Graphic Design & Marketing Intern to lead our creative efforts and collateral in supporting our sales and customer support teams. The ideal candidate will have a passion for improving the lives of older adults, a unique talent for graphic design and messaging, and the ability to work quickly in a fast-paced environment. About 10 hours per week and $12-16 per hour, depending on experience. For complete details, please click here https://nymblscience.com/graphic-design-marketing-intern/.  Applications reviewed on rolling basis but closes on Sept 15. To apply, send a resume and design sample to Ed Likovich at ed@nymblscience.com.

CU Johnson Lab

Web Design Student (P/T/; paid)

A CU research lab is looking for a student familiar with HTML, WordPress, Drupal etc. to migrate website to the University standard WebExpress platform. This is a paid temporary position for students who wish to work anywhere between 10-20 hours a week until project completion. Guidance as to what is expected will be provided. Emailsarah.vonhoene@colorado.edu for more information.

CU Ctr American West

Website Development Assistant (P/T; paid)  

Assist in the development and creation of a new CU based Drupal website for the Center of the American West. This position will be responsible for the transfer of current content from existing WordPress webpages to new Drupal website. Assisting in the creation of new content, webpages, and forms. Position is 10-15 hours per week. Work-study required.  Preference will be given to candidates with experience working in a website platform such as Drupal or WordPress, as well as basic skills in any of the following: Adobe Photoshop, HTML or CSS.  Please submit a cover letter and resume to graphics@centerwest.org.

OIT – Distance Learning Services Studio Team

Student AV Tech (P/T; paid)

The primary responsibilities for this job are to monitor and record lectures involving multiple simultaneous audio and video feeds, remotely control cameras, assist faculty, and troubleshoot minor technical issues.  We are looking for responsible, attentive individuals with interest in audiovisual production.  Photography, videography, and/or audio experience is preferred.  We also prefer sophomores or juniors who are able to commit for a minimum of two semesters.  Candidates must be dependable, independent, and be able to remain calm under stressful situations.  Starting hourly pay is $12 with performance based increases on a semester by semester basis.  Our operating hours are from 7:45am to 8:30pm and schedules are consistent yet flexible.  Our students average 10 hours/week with opportunities for more or less if desired.  This would be an excellent opportunity for ATLAS students interested in gaining hands-on real world experience with livestreaming, Tier 1 IT troubleshooting, and customer service in an A/V studio environment.  Applicants should send an e-mail of interest along with a current copy of their resume and a copy of their availability schedule to john.azbell@colorado.edu.  Applications received by Aug. 12 will get first consideration.

The Coloradan

Writer & Digital Content Coordinator (P/T; paid)

The Coloradan, CU Boulder’s alumni magazine, is seeking a dynamic, organized, and creative part-time student writer and digital content coordinator.  This position — 15–20 hours per week — will originate, write and post content for the magazine’s Drupal-based website, colorado.edu/coloradan, in addition to completing writing and research projects for the magazine’s print publication. The student will also help with other projects for CU Advancement Marketing and Communications, the Coloradan’s home department. Hourly pay is based on experience.

Duties Include:

  • Creating fresh and frequent content for web
    Building web pages

  • Tracking analytics to increase user experience and magazine outreach

  • Implementing and coordinating multimedia content for website and social media

  • Important administrative tasks

  • Opportunities to write for the magazine

  • Other tasks as assigned

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Undergraduate (junior or senior class level) or graduate student enrolled in ATLAS, CMCI or a related department

  • Experience working in a website platform such as Drupal or WordPress

  • Basic knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite (primarily Photoshop)

  • Interest in photography and video

  • Basic knowledge of HTML

  • Experience writing snappy, creative content for web posts and social media

  • Desire to seek out on- and off-campus story ideas for the magazine

  • Knowledge of AP style

Please email Christie Sounart, Coloradan senior associate editor, with a résumé and three writing samples at sounart@colorado.edu.