Web Student Worker

Report to: Bryan Gilbert, Webmaster



The Concordia University Texas marketing department is looking for a web intern.  The position will work directly with the Webmaster to provide support for various university supported websites. This position requires a high level of confidentiality.


  • Special Projects:  Design and develop an interactive campus map using the JavaScript library, leaflet.js; Design and implement a plan to improve SEO and Accessibility for the www.concordia.edu website.
  • Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw accurate conclusions (effective problem-solving skills).
  • Assist in maintaining web templates using HTML, CSS, JavaScript, XSL, and PHP.
  • All other duties as assigned.


  • Ability to articulate and model the Concordia University Texas mission, vision and values.
  • Currently enrolled in a Computer Science or related bachelor’s degree program.
  • Familiarity with HTML, CSS, JavaScript (related frameworks), SEO, and Accessibility.
  • A strong willingness to learn new web technologies.
  • Ability to work and interact well with all levels of Faculty/Staff, Administration, Senior Administration, and the general public.
  • Must be self-motivated with initiative to complete tasks.
  • Demonstrate dependability with proper work schedule and completing tasks.
  • Fast learner and attention to details.
  • Effective oral and written communication skills.


  • Able to endure extended periods of sitting and typing.
  • Able to work effectively in a fast paced, strong service-oriented environment subject to frequently changing priorities.


Concordia University Texas is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer under the auspices of The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (LCMS). As a private, faith-based University, employees must be supportive of our mission of “Developing Christian Leaders” and our spiritual principles and values as a Lutheran institution of higher education.  To the extent allowed by law, we reserve the right to give preference in employment based upon religion