Software Engineering Interns

Oregon State UniversityCorvallis, OR

a month ago


Job Title

Sustainability Software Engineering Intern

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Job Overview

This part-time position (a maximum of 24 hours per week) is for a Sustainability Software Engineering Intern at the Sustainability Office of Oregon State University. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to learn about software and DevOps infrastructure. The work schedule is flexible but must remain responsive to workload. The position is usually a hybrid model, with some remote work, on-campus work, and office meetings.


  • Pay Method: Hourly
  • Pay Period: 16th - 15th of the following month
  • Pay Date: Last working day of the month
  • Min Hourly Rate: $14.20 (Standard); $13.20 (Non-Urban); $15.45 (Portland Metro)
  • Max Hourly Rate: $21.00 (Standard); $18.50 (Non-Urban); $21.50 (Portland Metro)


  • Maintenance and development of single-page web applications using Progressive JavaScript Frontend Web Frameworks (VueJS)
  • Fundamental knowledge of HTML, Javascript, and CSS
  • Maintenance and administration of cloud applications hosted on Amazon Web Services, including Lambda & API Gateway, Relational Database Service (RDS), Elastic Container Service (ECS) and Elastic Container Registry (ECR), Simple Storage Service (S3), Serverless Application Model (SAM), Cloudwatch, and Simple Notification Service (SNS)
  • Development of continuous integration / continuous development pipelines using Github Actions YAML, AWS Cloudwatch + SNS
  • Collect energy metering data on OSU's Corvallis Campus, which involves traveling around campus and reading meters (once a month)
  • Management and maintenance of several kiosk computers across OSU's campus
  • Participate in various Sustainability Office outreach events and student service projects


  • Must be academically enrolled in a high school, community college, or university and pursuing a program or course of study
  • Must meet Academic Standing Requirements; students on academic suspension are not eligible for employment
  • Must meet the applicable minimal enrollment standard:
    • High School student: Regularly enrolled in a high school or participating in a home-schooling program
    • Undergraduate and post-baccalaureate student: 6 credit hours per term
    • Undergraduate international student: 12 credit hours per term*
    • Graduate student officially admitted to Graduate School: 5 credit hours per term
    • Graduate international student officially admitted to Graduate School: 9 credit hours per term* (*International students may be allowed to carry fewer hours than specified above and still be considered full-time by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). A reduced course load is approved by the Office of International Services (OIS), and must be provided to the Student Employment Center.)

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