Are you experienced with Jupyter and interested in helping others use it? Do you want to engage in development with the dynamic Jupyter open-source community? We are looking for a new Jupyter support person specialist to our EDIT team at least for the Spring term 2021! The support person will consult tasks include consulting teachers and TAs in planning how to use Jupyter in their courses, and help them also during the courses. Depending on your skills and interest, the position may also include Jupyter-related development tasks. These could include development on e.g. the Jupyter frontend (JupyterLab), the Jupyter-A+ grading interface, nbgrader, JupyterHub, and more.
The position is suitable for a Master's level student with experience in using JupyterHub in studies, and it comes with a part-time workload. The workload depends on the tasks included, and can be anything between 20%-50% during the academic year, and up to 100% in the summer. The position is fixed-term, at least from January to June 2021 (1.1.-30.6. 2021), and the time period depends also on the tasks included. The salary is based on the CS department salary table and the number of your credits.
Tasks may include:
Thet tasks can be done remotely/online, and during the office week (we don't expect you to work at weekends) - as is suitable for you as secondary to your studies.
Are you interested? Apply by sending an email to email@example.com with your study record and short motivation letter on why you would suit the position! Apply until 13.12. - and note, that we may contact suitable candidates already earlier! Feel free to ask for additional information via Teams or email (@aalto.fi)