Programmer Analyst – Summer Internship
Full-time — $18 an hour
Free housing provided
Lee Easley, director of information systems at Data-Tronics, will be on campus at the UALR Campus Connections event on October 17 and will do interviews that afternoon. If you are interested in the position below, Kelley Bass, EIT Assistant Dean for External Affairs, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 501-682-8137.
Data-Tronics’ new Systems Analysts are involved with complete project work in all areas of business data processing and problem solving. From the beginning, our analysts are involved with projects that have a serious impact on the success of Arkansas Best Corp. This includes significant contact with clients and management, systems analysis and design, programming, implementation, and user orientation to the system.
With our total project approach, responsibility is from start to finish. Analysts are given a great deal of autonomy. This approach creates a great deal of exposure to upper management within Arkansas Best Corporation and its subsidiaries very early in the life of a Systems Analyst’s career.
A wide spectrum of opportunities is available in the form of mainframe batch and on-line, client/server, Internet, and personal computer applications. Data-Tronics provides a full-range of information technology services to different clients within Arkansas Best Corporation and its subsidiaries whose needs vary.
Because of these variations, the systems analyst is continually exposed to a diversity of challenging assignments. As the businesses of clients evolve, Data-Tronics’ services also evolve. This enables the Systems Analyst to become involved in the design of new applications.
The position includes an excellent hourly salary ($18 hour) that affords the Intern the opportunity to earn money for school as well as pay for summer housing, all the while gaining invaluable job skills and career insights difficult to obtain otherwise.
Additional Documents: Unofficial Transcript
Expiration Date: October 15, 2012
Graduation Date – Range: December 01, 2013 – August 01, 2014
Work Authorization: Full, U.S. Citizen or U.S. National
Class Level: Junior
Desired Major(s): College of Engineering & Information Technology (EIT)/Computer Science, College of Engineering & Information Technology (EIT)/Engineering Technology/Electronics & Computer
Interested applicants should contact Kelley Bass, EIT assistant dean for external affairs, at email@example.com or 682-8137