Campus Ambassador Yale University, Columbia, Rutgers, univ of penn, Harvard, MIT

Yale: http://www.sun.com/corp_emp/zone/search.cgi?req=549722

Rutgers: http://www.sun.com/corp_emp/zone/search.cgi?req=549598

UnivPenn: http://www.sun.com/corp_emp/zone/search.cgi?req=549601

Columbia Univ: http://www.sun.com/corp_emp/zone/search.cgi?req=549592

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

The Sun University Campus Ambassador is charged with driving adoption of Sun’s platforms (OpenSolaris and Java) and developer tools among Academic Developers (students, faculty and researchers) at Yale University. Sun is looking for graduate or senior level students with a stong background in software development/programming to work approximately 75 hours per semester to:

  • * Lead the Sun developer community on your campus
  • * Run Sun Technology demo sessions on your campus
  • * Promote Sun training events on your campus
  • * Promote Sun’s platforms and development tools to professors and researchers

The Sun Campus Ambassador is expected to become proficient on Sun technologies, including OpenSolaris, Java, Netbeans, and Sun Studio. Sun will provide extensive training on each of these technologies.

MARGINAL FUNCTIONS:

N/A

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE:

The Sun Campus Ambassador is expected to have experience in Java or C++. The Campus Ambassador must have excellent communication skills and should be comfortable serving as a public speaker. In addition, the Campus Ambassador must be self-motivated, highly organized and be able to work independently.

PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE:

Familiarity NetBeans, Sun Studio and/or the Solaris Operating System.

YEARS OF EXPERIENCE:

2

MINIMUM LEVEL OF EDUCATION:

Upper division undergraduate student or graduate student

FIELD OF STUDY:

Computer Science

ADDITIONAL COURSE WORK:

We strongly recommend that you submit your resume through Sun site. It is the easiest and fastest way to get your resume in front of hiring managers

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