Job Description

How Do I Apply to be a Techranger?

If you would like to join the Techrangers team, first check to see if there are openings at the Talent Roundup Website.

If there are openings:

  • Update your online portfolio to showcase any relevant projects.
  • Create a resume (PDF preferred)
  • Apply at the Talent Roundup Website

Applications will be accepted until the deadline. The top applicants will be invited to an audition-style interview process. Hired Techrangers will need to be available to begin work immediately for a one year minimum. All Techrangers are required to work between 15 to 20 hours a week.

If you have any questions, please email

Who are the Techrangers and what do they do?

The Techrangers® team is comprised of talented students at the Center for Distributed Learning who provide course development, web/application development, data engineering, and mobile development for the University of Central Florida (UCF).

What are the benefits of being a Techranger?

  • Flexible Hours
  • On-campus location
  • Learning environment
  • Real-world experience
  • Opportunity to explore other interest areas
  • Networking
  • Leadership/Management Opportunities
    • Mentorship
    • Project Management
    • Community Outreach and Professional Networking
    • Team Building Activities
    • Shaping the Future of Digital Learning

What skills do I need to be a Techranger?

All Techrangers should possess the following qualities and skills:

Core Skills

  • Intermediate to advanced HTML5 knowledge
  • Intermediate CSS knowledge
  • Basic programming knowledge
  • Basic JavaScript knowledge
  • Basic web graphics experience

Professional Skills

  • Team player
  • Oral and written Communication
  • Eagerness to Learn
  • Initiative
  • Time Management
  • Leadership
  • Problem Solving
  • Sense of Humor
  • Creativity

Technical Skills

Knowledge of one or more of the following is a plus:

  • Git
  • Docker, Ansible, Vagrant
  • JavaScript (Node.js, React.js)
  • Databases (MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB)
  • R
  • PHP
  • Python
  • Mobile-First Design
  • Cloud infrastructure (AWS, Azure)
  • Graphic Design
  • User Experience
  • Universal Design / Accessibility
  • Operating Systems (Mac OS, Linux)