There are many different positions available within BITS, ranging from alumni, leadership, technical, and beginner positions.
Alumni Positions - Board of Directors
The board of directors consists of alumni and professors that assist the company and officers with contracts, documentation, and consultation with various projects, as well as interviewing for the officer positions.
There are four officer positions in the company: CEO, COO, CIO, and CFO.
CEO is responsible for coordinating BITS personnel, client negotiation, requirements and scope determination, and web design.
COO is responsible for overseeing BITS personnel and training new hires, as well as handling employee complaints.
CIO is responsible for design, implementation, and maintenance of all BITS hardware and software infrastructure, as well as working with the CEO to determine the scope and feasibility of BITS projects.
CFO is responsible for managing the BITS' financial accounts and determining how to allocate the company's funds.
Dynamic Web Developers
Dynamic web developers will be students trained in TYPO3 web development, along with experience in PHP, CSS, HTML, among possible other languages. These students will be in charge of creating the functionality of websites and updating the current functionality we offer including calendars, blogging, slideshows, and others. They will work closly with the Template Designers to coordinate proper pages to fit different types of functions, as well as proper tags and instructions.
Template Designers will include students that have a high apptitude for creating asthetically pleasing templates for TYPO3. We will be offering training session on how to create a TYPO3 template, as well as provide resources for different div tags for different kinds of functionality. Template Designers will work closly with the Dynamic Web Developers to compile the page from a content and layout perspective with the desired functionality.
Documentation Experts will be in charge of creating the large amount of documentation required with the website, and these students may be at any level within the department. There will be many resources and examples on how to create the documentation, and it must be approved by the CEO before released. This documentation includes but is not limited to user instructions, user test sets, requirements, and others.
*Dynamic Web Developers, Template Designers, and Documentation Experts may be paid for a set amount of hours at an hourly rate, no matter how short or long the project actually takes. When an associate agrees to a project, they must complete the assignment at or above expectations within the given time period. Failure to do so will result in denial of future contracts.
Above positions excluding executive may be held by any qualified student regardless of class rank, though priority may be given to those with more experience. General training will be offered to the CSE students and participation in these courses is considered when choosing associates for contracts.