Join the Information Technology Services Team
Information Technology Services employs full-time professionals and part-time students in a variety of positions across 20+ teams, from network engineers to systems analysts, web developers to staff who provide direct customer support. Working for ITS, you’ll find yourself in a dynamic environment, learning best practices in supported technologies, and most importantly, helping the Iowa State community succeed.
Current Full-time Openings
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We’re looking for technically minded students to join our team.
ITS employs students for our many different teams. As a student employee, you'll work with professional staff, gain real-life marketable skills, and build your professional skills. All majors are welcome to apply.
- Flexible work schedules to work around your class schedule; up to 20 hours per week during fall and spring semesters and up to 40 hours per week during breaks
- Competitive pay, starting at $13.00/hour.
- Real-world experience that makes a real impact on campus.
- Technical assistants to work on customer-focused projects and tasks.
- Technicians to install, update and maintain classroom audio and video systems.
- Application developers for our agile teams, tackling projects both big and small.
- Technicians to support construction and electrical engineering projects.
- WorkCyte associates who support the implementation of Workday.
By submitting your application, you’ll be considered for all available jobs in all categories. Please note that we are not hiring for all jobs at all times.
Learn more about ITS here.
Multiple ITS teams employ technical assistants to work on customer-focused projects and tasks.
- The IT Solution Center is Iowa State's on-campus tech support resource, employing more than 40 student employees. Located in Parks Library, the IT Solution Center technical assistants help students, faculty and staff with technology support like resetting passwords, setting up accounts, troubleshooting internet issues and more.
- The audiovisual experience team is responsible for installing, updating and maintaining various audio and video systems in over 200 general university classrooms and campus meeting spaces. Technical assistants will work with the professional staff to complete classroom updates, maintain equipment and more.
- Endpoint technologies manages faculty and staff devices, among other equipment. Technical assistants will provide life-cycle management for Windows and Apple computers, on-site troubleshooting and computer hardware repairs.
The physical infrastructure team employs students on real-life, high-impact construction and electrical engineering projects including campus capital projects (new buildings and remodels), large IT projects (rewiring sections of campus, upgrading IT closets), and daily service and support work.
This is a great opportunity for construction or civil engineering students to get hands-on experience with:
- Multi-million-dollar projects that improve Iowa State University
- Electrical (low voltage) and communications cabling design
- IT project management
Students will learn key skills needed to work in the many data centers in Iowa and around the world.
Student application developers work as part of modern agile teams, tackling projects both big and small. You'll gain real-world coding experience, solve complex problems and build upon your skillset while positively impacting the university. We count on the skills, dependability, and self-motivation of both our full-time and part-time staff to meet the needs of our university’s faculty, staff, students and clients. Our different teams each focus on one or more of the following technologies:
- Java, Spring Framework, JUnit, Thymeleaf, JSP
- PHP, MySQL, Zend Framework
- C#, .NET Framework, Visual Studio
- Android Java, Android Studio (IntelliJ), Android SDK
- iOS Programming, Objective C, Swift, Xcode, iOS SDK
We have opportunities for systems analysis, database design, software development, quality assurance, project management and more.
The WorkCyte Phase II: Student Information and Receivables project seeks undergraduate students with a self-starter attitude. In your role, you will assist the project team with various implementation tasks. We have a variety of opportunities available to fit your interest and career goals.
- Assist our business teams with process design, process documentation, configuration, prototyping, testing, and deployment.
- Help our team stay on schedule and budget, prepare the campus for change by creating knowledge articles, training, and communications.
- Support our technical team with conversion, developing integrations, report writing, or security.
- Cumulative GPA of 3.2+ preferred
- Ability to take direction and complete work independently
- Strong communication skills with a customer service focus
- Skilled in Microsoft Office suite
- Adaptability, problem-solving and critical thinking skills
- Keen attention to detail with data entry and list management
- Experience with Microsoft Outlook scheduling, Excel, Stream and Teams, and/or HTML and CSS