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Student Job Opportunities

CIT employs numerous students in a wide range of roles that provide valuable experience in information technology.

Current CIT Student Job Openings

Only CIT units that are hiring are listed here. If you are interested in working for a particular unit in CIT and do not see it listed below, that unit is not hiring at this time.

Students must be enrolled at UB for the current semester. Some positions require additional semesters prior to graduation.

CIT Help Desk Consultant

CIT Help Desk consultants provide assistance through telephone, email, and in person consultation to faculty, students and staff.

Consultants are responsible for providing technical assistance on central UB Services, such as accounts, file sharing, networks, printing, email and teaching technology.

UBIT Communication Student Assistant

It Policy & Communication is looking for a student assistant to craft posts and memes for social media (Facebook, Twitter); draft marketing campaign copy; write content for the UBIT website and e-newsletter; research photos and images for social media, Web and print use and other tasks. We're looking for a part-time student assistant.

Public Sites Consultant

If assisting other students in Public Computing Sites with their computing and printing needs interests you, learn about the Public Sites Consultant job and apply if you think you're the right person for the job.

Enterprises Infrastructure Services Assistant

Provide general computer setup and support. This is an excellent opportunity to gain valuable work experience with a technically advanced group involved in a wide variety of challenging software and hardware projects.

Learn how to find other jobs at UB and who the major campus employers are. Learn about job classifications, such as Work Study and assistantships and some university procedures for student employment.

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