Part-time Software Developer | Sewell

Are you a Computer Science student looking to complement your studies by learning new technology and software development skills hands-on at a part-time job? If so, we may have a job for you!

We are looking for someone who has a strong grasp of core software development concepts like object-oriented design, database design, data structures, and writing maintainable code. Working here you could get a variety of experience working on front end websites (HTML/CSS/JavaScript,PHP, etc.), middle tier and server side software written mostly in C#, and database interface code using T-SQL.

Hopefully you have experience with at least a couple of these (and you've at least heard of all of these even if you don't have hands-on experience).


  • Design/write/test software for a wide variety of projects
  • Enhance/maintain existing software
  • Be creative--come up with cool solutions to business problems and opportunities
  • Interface with software users to define requirements and ensure that their needs are met.
  • Completed sophomore coursework of an undergraduate CS program (or equivalent).
  • Strong grasp of data structures
  • Strong grasp of object-oriented programming concepts
  • Practical understanding of Big O
  • Good understanding of relational databases and SQL

Personal Characteristics/Skills:

  • Integrity
  • Must be a team player
  • English proficiency
  • Organized and efficient

Hours: Monday-Friday, 15-25 hours/week (flexible with class schedules)

Length: Candidate must be willing to commit to working part-time for at least one year.

Pay: $16-$18 per hour, depending on experience, with raises based on performance

Location: Orem, UT (5 miles from BYU, 1 mile from UVU)

How to apply:

Send resume and cover letter to Please indicate in your cover letter:
  • Why you are interested in the position
  • What you feel you have to offer regarding that position
  • Availability date
  • If in school, expected graduation date
  • How long you would be able to continue in the position if you and the company were both happy with your employment