Do You Qualify?



  • In a school sponsored work/study program consisting of alternating work/study semesters.
  • Available to work for at least 4 semesters.
  • Pursuing a bachelor’s degree with a major in computer science or computer engineering.
  • In standing of a 2.5 GPA or higher.

The Benefits



  • Competitive Salary
  • Flexible Start Time (7:00am-8:30am)
  • Business Casual Work Environment
  • Free Covered Parking
  • Three-year Vesting with Thrift Matching
  • 401K Plan Participation (
  • Time in Service Credit
  • Near Downtown Atlanta
  • 9 Paid Holidays per Year
  • Recruiting Bonus ($100 per hired referred student)
  • Training/Certifications (all INPO courses, plus technical, customer service)
  • MS C#, VB.NET, ASP.NET, and Silverlight
  • MS Visual Studio .NET 2010
  • MS Team Foundation Server
  • SQL Server 2008 R2 Management Studio
  • Microsoft Windows Vista
  • Microsoft Windows 7
  • MS Internet Information Server 7.0
  • ASP, HTML, VB Script
  • PC hardware
  • MS Office 2010

Two Types of Co-op Positions


Technical Support

Co-op students in this role perform a variety of technical support duties: phone and computer support for issues and/or questions being reported to the Help Desk. The ideal candidate would be one who excels in a highly stressful environment, working within tight deadlines and demanding users, and doing so with impeccable customer service skills. The candidate will be required to work effectively within a tight-knit team structure.

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Program Analyst

Co-op students in this role program and maintain mission-critical Windows, database, and web-based applications in a leading edge, production environment for the nuclear electric power generating industry. They perform programming, design, and analysis tasks including the development of new software, maintenance of existing applications and troubleshooting problems with data, third party software and client operating systems.

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