DoIT Student Employment Opportunities

The Division of Information Technology Student Employment

Interested in learning new technologies? Willing to assist the campus community?

The Division of Information Technology is seeking serious minded students

                                                                                                                       Work with innovative and motivated people!

We engage with students to offer a variety of opportunities on campus that will serve a college students ever-changing schedule, and provide necessary employment skill development.

Student Assistant positions are open to any SBU student, regardless of their financial aid package, year in school or citizenship. Students in these positions may work a maximum of 29 hours a week across all assignments.

Federal Work-Study (FWS) positions are funded by the U.S. government and eligibility is determined by a student’s FAFSA through the Financial Aid office. The total number of hours a FWS student may work during the academic year is determined by the amount of their FWS award, the hourly wage paid to the student and the number of weeks the student intends to work.

This policy limits student assistant employees at all times, including semester breaks and during the summer, to a maximum of 29 hours per week combined across all assignments. It is the responsibility of the students to know their schedules and how many hours per week they are working.

To become a DoIT student employee you must;

- be willing to work a minimum of 10/12 hours per week

- be available to work on campus
- be a matriculated SBU student
- have experience using MS Office or Google Apps
- have experience working in a Windows or MAC environment

Info-sessions will run approximately 1-1.5 hours, attendance is mandatory for this paid/on campus position.

Current DoIT positions:

Business Office- Student Reception

CES-AV Student Tech Maintenance Assistant

CES-AV Student Learning Space Projects & Administration Assistant

CES- iCreate Student Innovation Specialist

CES- ICreate Student Outreach Coordinator

CES- Student Academic Technologist 

CES- Digital Media Systems Student Assistant

CES- Media Systems Student Assistant

CES- SINC Site Student Assistant 

CES- SINC Site Sr. Leader

CES- SINC Site Student Technician

CES- Student Support Technician 

CES- Student Workbench Technician

CES- Student Support Reception Desk

EAI- Student Junior Software Engineer

EAI- TLL Student Software Coder

EAI- Student Technical Administrative Assistant

HPC- Student Support HPC Assistant

Infrastructure- Student Intern Telephony Assistant

Questions or Concerns?

 Email contact:  doit_studentemployment@stonybrook.edu