Arkansas Water Resources Center Is Hiring Student Website Developer
The Arkansas Water Resources Center is looking for a student to fulfill a part-time position primarily related to website development and maintenance. Other administrative tasks will be assigned as needed. See below for more detail about job responsibilities, qualifications, and how to apply.
Hours per week: 10-15
Hourly pay: $10/hour (but negotiable based on experience)
Location: Don Tyson Center for Agricultural Sciences, 1371 W. Altheimer Drive, Fayetteville
- AWRC website development and maintenance (arkansas-water-center.uark.edu/)
- WaterCurrents website maintenance (watercurrents.uark.edu/)
- Electronic newsletter production
- Social media
- Other administrative tasks as needed
- Interest in website development
- Follows instructions, detail-orientated
- Creative thinking and independent problem solving
- Send resume and brief cover letter to AWRC program manager Erin Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org. Cover letter should include why you are interested in this position and other relevant information not described in resume.
- Looking to fill this position quickly, so applications should be submitted as soon as possible.
Arkansas Water Resources Center
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