IT Services Careers

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Student Jobs

Are you a student enrolled at the University of Arkansas? Are you looking to get started with career experience in information technology? We want to see your resume!

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Project Coordinator (Part-time Student Worker)

The Project Coordinator will work with the ITS Project Management Office (PMO) to support technology projects across the University.

With guidance from the PMO the Coordinator will assist in reporting on schedules, resources, and information.

Schedule meetings for identified projects
Document and communicate key decisions
Track overall project status and report updates to the PMO


  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Must be a student enrolled at the University of Arkansas in current or upcoming 2017 classes
  • Experience with basic Windows applications, such as Office and Outlook
  • Interest in Project Management; technical experience is not required

Work Schedule:

  • Minimum of 15 hours per week, hours are flexible

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Full-time Open Positions

Chief Information Security Officer

The University of Arkansas is seeking a Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) to join its Office of the CIO. With multiple units composed of a diverse staff of 150 employees, the Office of the CIO is responsible for central information technologies, resources and infrastructure that support the university's research, teaching and administrative missions.

Learn more about the search for the new Chief Information Security Officer.


Academic Technology Innovator

The University of Arkansas is seeking an Academic Technology Innovator to join the Faculty Technology Team in IT Services. This position is responsible for facilitating and coordinating discussions, plans and pathways to help drive innovation and smart academic technology use within the teaching and learning environment. This will require building deep relationships and working in close coordination with faculty and academic administrators across all University schools and colleges. Also responsible for representing the Information Technology department on various committees and working groups, advocates for a consistent academic technology experience in learning, helps to establish the strategic direction for excellent academic technology use, and serves as a conduit to empower faculty and classroom innovation by helping in the facilitation of moving innovative ideas into execution of transformative learning.

A complete position announcement, including minimum and preferred qualifications, may be viewed at the University Human Resources job portal at

New Campus IT Initiative

Achieve IT At the University of Arkansas, IT culture is rapidly changing. A spirit of “one team” is being fostered across the campus, and, together, we are launching a new initiative, Achieve IT: Excellence in Technology. Under the Achieve IT banner, a collaborative process to achieve excellence in the IT environment has begun. Workgroups that include members from across campus are exploring how we can best share essential services—such as classroom technologies, service desk and desktop support, and software distribution and licensing.

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The University of Arkansas is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution. The university welcomes applications without regard to age, race, gender (including pregnancy), national origin, disability, religion, marital or parental status, protected veteran status, military service, genetic information, sexual orientation or gender identity.

Persons must have proof of legal authority to work in the United States on the first day of employment.

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