Countless hours of research, interviews with experts, fundraising, and trashcans full of crumpled designs have all come down to this moment...
The Challenge: work on a team using the Agile development method (2-week cycles) to build a minimum viable product (MVP) in Ruby for a unique social network website that fills a major black-hole on the web. The website is in the category of a “facebook” or “linkedin” in functionality, design and potential user base, but it is the first of its kind in both the problems it addresses and the capability it offers.
The scope and designs are very well-defined. Now the site just needs the sharp mind and the fluid hands of a team of Ruby developers to launch this bad-boy before the Russians do.
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The Information Resources Management College (the "iCollege") is looking
for undergraduate research assistants to work in our cyber security
laboratory. This is a paid position, approximately 10-20 hours per week
during the school year, and full time in the summer. The work consists
of working with professors in the area of cyber security attack and
defense. This would include tasks such as:
- Installation, configuration, scripting, and programming of hardware,
software, and data such as virtual machines, operating systems,
application programs, web applications, biometrics, control
systems/SCADA, network hardware and software including routers,
switches, bridges, firewalls and intrusion detection/prevention, virtual
private networks, wireless and mobile device security, and public key
- Conducting research and creating exercises on current cyber attack and
defense methodologies and on emerging cyber security technology.
- Writing instructions to document the work outlined above.
- Assisting in the cyber security laboratories with student exercises
and high level visitors.
Applicants must be US Citizens and must work during normal daylight
hours, 8am to 5pm. The positions are available at Ft. L.J. McNair in
Southwest Washington DC. The location is accessible via the Washington
area Metro system.
Basic Function and Responsibility
Aligning Forces for Quality (AF4Q) is the signature effort of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to improve health care quality in targeted communities across the county. George Washington University serves as the national program office for AF4Q. The national program office’s communications team creates dynamic print and online materials to support the program. The student in this position will have a passion for design and the ability to translate challenging communication needs into original and innovative visual concepts. This is a part-time position, requiring approximately 20 hours per week.
Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities
1. Create or modify existing design templates, website graphics, social media skins, and email marketing templates
2. Apply the approved templates and AF4Q style and brand to products
3. Maintain the communications team’s graphics archives
4. Maintain inventory of master files for all print materials, both online and physically, for the organization
5. Assist with the development of style guides and design templates
6. Stay abreast of multimedia advances that will provide new ways to showcase our program
· Ability to interpret objectives into creative and innovative visual solutions
· Adobe Adobe CS4 (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Flash) Rockstar
· Ability to clearly communicate ideas in writing and verbally
· High level of accuracy and detail focus, ability to proofread and perfect final pieces
· Thorough knowledge of print production techniques and materials as well as web and new media platform design experience
· Understanding of HTML and CSS
· Outstanding portfolio of work
We are currently looking to hire some technology people here locally, initially on a contract or part time basis but looking towards a permanent hire within the next 3-6 months. We are looking for the following:
1. UI Developer - We need someone to help us on the UI front with jquery or another AJAX technology. We have a Flex app right now that we need to move to AJAX, the java back end will remain the same but we need a new front end.
2. iPhone/Android Developer - We need someone to help with the development and creation of new design specs for an iPhone/Android app.
3. Technology Lead - They would work with us on the short and long term technology design and architecture. Our back end is in java and front end is currently in Flex but will be moved to AJAX as soon as possible. Ideally they should be well versed in sql, java, ajax, and tomcat.
We publish a small online estate planning and wealth management magazine called
the Wealth Strategies Journal, located at http://www.wealthstrategiesjournal.com/,
The website runs on Moveable Type version 4.24.
We are looking for someone to work with us on a paid, ad hoc basis to help us with our site. We have several different projects, with differing levels of priority. Read more...
Three Georgetown students who are starting up a monthly political magazine are looking for a temporary web consultant to assist with the creation of a Wordpress driven website and blog. Previous experience with Wordpress is required, and pay will be in the range of $10-$12 an hour depending on experience. The total time commitment is expected to be 3-10 hours. The site will be run with a woothemes template, and we need the assistance of a programmer who can make some cosmetic changes in the original code and assist with other tasks related to startup. This is a great opportunity to make some money and a resume booster. Examples of previous experience will improve chances of selection.
We are small IT Company located in downtown DC and looking for a graduate student to work on part time basis to do some software testing. Schedule is flexible and there is no minimum guarantee per week, but the student must be able to work at least 16 hours per week if needed.
• Part time for six months.
• No minimum hours per week guaranteed, but typically an average of 16 hours per week
• Testing an enterprise software application and writing test plans
• Understand software lifecycle
• Ability to read and understand requirements document
• Well versed in using Microsoft Excel and Word
• Detail oriented
• Good communication skills
The Institute for Pediatric Neuroscience is currently recruiting a
research programmer. Responsibilities for this position include
designing, developing, and supporting software required to analyze
functional and structural MRI data in clinical populations (e.g.,
file-handling, statistical analysis, graph theory, machine learning
theory). The programmer will work as part of a multidisciplinary team
that works to integrate the findings of a broad spectrum of approaches
- resting state functional MRI
- simultaneous EEG/fMRI
- diffusion tensor imaging
- cortical thickness
- voxel-based morphometry
Flexibility exists for the development of novel analytic approaches,
visualization techniques and algorithms.
Required Education and Experience:
- BA/BS degree in computer science, software engineering, or related
field required (advanced degree preferred). Alternative degree fields
will be considered/accepted if accompanied by equivalent experience
(depending on nature and depth of experience as it relates to relevant
- Two years related work experience.
- Extensive experience in Perl, BASH, Python or similar scripting
- Extensive background in C / C++ languages.
- Working knowledge of UNIX/LINUX environments.
Salary: competitive and commensurate with experience/educational
SweetCite LLC seeks to add additional Developers to our team who will work to bring the add-in from the current beta status to release status in preparation for presenting the software to clients and investors in February 2011.
Join our team! Our Developers must be available to:
* Work 20+ hours/week
* Correspond with attorneys participating in our beta
* Attend weekly project meetings in Washington D.C.
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We are looking for a student to work with us on a study of website passwords. We are looking at "password rules"--lists of requirements that organizations impose on their users when they create new passwords. Our goal is to transform natural language password policies into a machine-readable grammar (e.g., BNF). We have several different design ideas in mind, ranging from something that will parse natural language and interact with a user for validation, to something that is purely interactive.
Once this tool is written, we expect to use it for at least two different purposes. First, we would like to conduct usability testing of the tool to examine if it allows users to specify password requirements with fewer ambiguities. Second, we would like to use the tool to build a corpus of organizational password requirements so that we can perform a longitudinal of password requirements across varying industries.
We are looking for someone who has:
-background in computer security
-experience conducting usability studies -ability to program web applications -ability to get to NIST's campus in Gaithersburg
We would like to hire someone part time during the school year, and then full time over the summer.
We are looking for someone bright and passionate to be our Chief Technology Officer. Students who apply can take the position on a part-time basis.
Cortex is helping hospitals work smarter. We built a SaaS Enterprise app for healthcare leaders to capture and share their organization's intellectual capital. Right now we have a 71-hospital network and are growing quickly. Our ultimate vision is to develop a real-time knowledge sharing network that spans our member institutions across the country. Our goal is to solve the critical problem of knowledge fragmentation in the healthcare industry, which has huge consequences, not just for the system itself, but for patient care.
We've designed an amazing app with a beautiful UI and some really cool algorithms. And now, we're looking for a CTO. If you're a smart hacker, love designing ideas from the ground up and want to revolutionize healthcare, send us a note.
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Prefer a graduate student, but would consider a undergraduate that demonstrates a high degree of reliability and adherence to deadlines for designing some webpages (and links between them) for an online experiment.
Please see the attachment for more information on the job.
$15/hour. The project will need to be completed before September 22nd.
The Computational Bioscience and Engineering Laboratory (CBEL) has a Student Career Experience Program (SCEP, i.e. co-op) job opening for a qualified student in the fields of electrical/computer engineering or computer science. CBEL is an advanced research and development organization that supports cutting edge biomedical research activities at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). CBEL is involved in a wide range of research areas including: electronics, data acquisition, optics, robotics, prototype development, image and signal processing, telemedicine, database technology, bioinformatics, software engineering, high performance computing, and algorithm development.
Office of the Vice President for Research
Research Enhancement Unit
~20 hours per week
The Database/IT Associate would be responsible for updating and maintaining online databases of
Springboard stakeholders; network management; and computer, application, and server
troubleshooting. The database/IT associate could also be called upon for to offer suggestions about
the purchase of new hardware or software and in essence serve as a technology consultant.
Database Administration, Information Systems, Technical Support
Want to work for an exciting new organization at the forefront of technology and social change? TechChange is seeking two part-time coordinators to help launch this new and dynamic initiative.
Up to 10 hours per week. Must be available on newspaper production nights – usually starting at around 9 p.m. on Sunday and Wednesday.