Language Instructor

The Anderson Language and Technology Center is continually looking for enthusiastic instructors to teach our evening non-credit language classes, held on the CU Boulder main campus. Our students are adult learners, mostly comprised of CU Boulder faculty, staff, graduate students, alumni, retirees, and community members. As the classes are for enrichment only with no tests, our adult learners are highly motivated to learn the language for use in their profession, social life, and travels. The languages we offer are driven by student interest, so we are excited to host many different languages, such as Spanish, Swedish, and Swahili, to name a few.

If you have experience teaching language and are interested in teaching with ALTEC in the future, please email your CV to with the language(s) you are able to teach in the subject line. We will reach out to you via email when a teaching opportunity for that language becomes available.

Attendant (Student Employment)

In addition to providing technical assistance to teachers using the PC classroom, ALTEC attendants are stationed in, and responsible for, all customer service functions in both the Multimedia Library and Mac classroom.

Duties include answering patron's questions, checking materials in and out, providing support and technical help, answering the phone, acting as cashiers when items are sold and maintaining cleanliness and a quiet study environment in both spaces.

If you are interested in student employment at ALTEC, please download an application or stop by and request one in person. When you have completed the application, sign it, attach a resume, a copy of your current semester class schedule, and return it to us or send it to:

ALTEC Student Employee Applications
Campus Box 239
Hellems 156

IT Assistant

Assistant to IT Team.

Duties Include: Reinstalling OSes (Windows, Mac, Linux). Advanced computer troubleshooting. Modifying and building webpages using HTML, CSS, and Perl. Recording with video cameras and lights. Editing videos. Recording audio in a studio. Wiring audio/visual equipment. Minor construction and facility improvements. Customer service. Light networking troubleshooting. Network and computer cabling. Equipment repair especially for computers. Group policy creation. Helping expand educational gaming opportunities. Communicating in foreign languages.


As a small department with low turn over we rarely have staff positions available. CU's Human Resources department lists many other positions which may suit you on their website.