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MUN Computer Science Students Now Seeking Full-Time, Paid Work Terms in January 2019

Senior students in the Bachelor of Science, computer science program complete full-time, paid work terms of 8, 12 or 16 months and Master of Science, computer science students complete full-time, paid work terms of 4 or 8 months.

Student experience and interests include: software development; data mining; numerical modelling; project management; systems and server administration; user support; technical sales; security; debugging & testing; database design and management; object-oriented programming; computational research; mobile development; system hardware; data visualization, and AI. Skills include: Java, JavaScript, C++, C#, Python, HTML, CSS3, MySQL, PHP, NodeJS, ASP, SQL, MATLAB, JSP, Visual Basic, GCC, Makefile, Apache, GIT, Bootstrap.

Financial support to hire co-op students is available for businesses, please see here for details on the SECPAP wage subsidy program. Other funding programs may also be available to support a co-op hire.

The Cooperative Education office for the Faculty of Science would be pleased to assist you by posting opportunities on our co-op employment portal and arranging interviews with suitable candidates (on campus, at your office or by skype or videoconference, as required).

For further information please contact Academic Staff Member in Co-operative Education, Rebecca Newhook at rnewhook@mun.ca.

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