Join the DoIT Team and Earn While You Learn!
The Division of Information Technology (DoIT) offers a great workplace with many opportunities for student employees. You’ll not only earn money, you’ll also learn valuable skills for your resume when you graduate. We are currently hiring customer-friendly, part-time student staff. Don’t worry if you don’t know much about computers. Depending on the type of job, if you have the technical aptitude and an interest in providing exceptional customer service, we will train to get you up to speed on the skills you will need.
To be considered for student jobs throughout DoIT:
Learn more about the different types of opportunities:
Departmental Support provides flexible and cost effective IT support for departments and organizations at UW-Madison. Support options range from as-needed technical support to full-service onsite departmental IT support. Our students and full-time staff also provide support on a number of short- and long-term technical projects to meet the diverse and growing needs of the campus community.
Looking for a new challenge? Love technology and helping people? Then we have the position for you! The DoIT Tech Store at the University of Wisconsin – Madison offers the latest and most cutting edge technology products and services to our prestigious campus. These products and services include computer hardware and software, supplies, computer repair and installation, network installation, and mobile computing.
If you are an outgoing individual with superior customer service skills, attention to detail and problem-solving skills, we want you to join our high performing team! The DoIT Tech Store is an extraordinary place to work, where you’ll gain invaluable work experience, build your professional network and thrive in a fun and exciting work environment.
The Help Desk hires the most students at DoIT and offers flexible schedules during our operating hours of 6 a.m. to 1 a.m., seven days per week. Positions available to students include:
- Support Specialist I: Entry level position providing phone, chat, and email assistance for basic computer problems.
- Support Specialist II: Intermediate position supporting and resolving more advanced computer problems via phone, chat, and email.
For more information about the Help Desk and to apply, visit the Help Desk web page.
DoIT staffs two general-access computer labs at Memorial Library and Union South. In addition, there are 16 general-access computer labs on campus that hire student staff independently from DoIT. As a lab consultant, you will provide entry-level information and technical assistance to lab users. To apply to work at a DoIT computer lab, please submit your application.
Software Training for Students
Software Training for Students (STS) offers free technology training to registered UW-Madison students. Student trainers are responsible for teaching 2-hour classes to students, developing curriculum and assisting with the integration of technology in academic classes. To apply for a Software Trainer position, send your cover letter and resume by email.
Information Technology Academy
The Information Technology Academy (ITA) is an innovative pre-college academy for diverse students in the state of Wisconsin. Currently, ITA has programs in Madison, Lac du Flambeau, and Oneida, WI. Through its triple focus on academic preparation, leadership development, and technological literacy, ITA prepares promising students for learning and leadership in the 21st century digital age.
ITA hires student hourlies in a variety of capacities, including technology instructors for ITA Madison, cross-categorical instructors for ITA-TTI, tutors, and administrative support. Technology instructors teach various computer and technology classes during ITA Madison Saturday sessions and summer camps, and they comprise the largest student staff at ITA.
Recruitment for technology instructors is continuous. To apply to join the ITA Technology Instructor Team, please send your cover letter and resume via email.
Digital Media Center
The Digital Media Center (DMC) provides free resources to faculty, staff & graduate students across campus. Student employees help customers with video editing, web design, Learn@UW, or anything involving multimedia. Visit the DMC home page for info, and to apply.
Other jobs at DoIT
DoIT also employs student help in other areas within DoIT. For general student employment at DoIT, please fill out an online application.
- Office Support
- Web Design
- Data Center
- Student Advisory Board