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Recruitment for FYP Student Leadership Positions – Now Open!

First Year Programs is currently recruiting for our First-year Interest Group (FIG) Leader and Orientation Leader (OL) student positions!
The FIG program is looking for students from all departments who are UW-Seattle undergraduates with strong organizational skills (i.e., not over-committed), and a genuine interest in working with freshmen as they face the challenges and opportunities presented to them as new students.    

Student Assistant Job opening

Hourly Student Office Assistant- Office of Student Services, Career Services
Posted: 11/13/2015
Job Dates: 1/5/2016 to 6/15/2016
Deadline to Apply: Friday, December 4, 2015
University of Washington Information School 

WTR 2016 TA Position Announcement for ENVIR 439

Program on the Environment
Graduate Student Teaching Assistant
Position Title: Teaching Assistant
Supervising Faculty: Dr. Elizabeth Wheat
Course Name: ENVIR 439 Sustainable Society
Employment Period: 12/16/2015 to 3/16/2016 

Graduate Student Jobs in Undergraduate Admissions

WINTER 2016 Graduate Assistantships: Admissions Readers
UWHires Requisition #125011
CLASSIFICATION:  Graduate Staff Assistant
POSITIONS: Undergraduate Admissions Review Readers, multiple positions 

Undergraduate lab helper in Microbiology

A virology lab in the Microbiology department at the UW is looking for a sophomore lab helper.  The initial duties will include basic lab maintenance, solution making and other lab tasks.  However, the position can transition into learning cutting edge bench research in future quarters. The lab is looking for a dynamic student, preferably a sophomore or possibly a freshman, intensely interested in science and willing to work at least 8 hours a week throughout the year.   

Work Study position in SAFS for undergraduate/graduate lab assistant

We are offering a paid lab assistant opportunity that would be great for a SAFS undergrad student! See attached position description, or view at the link below. Although the position is through Long Live the Kings, the student will be stationed at SAFS, with a workspace in the Beauchamp lab. To apply, please send a cover letter and cv to Michael Schmidt (mschmidt@lltk.org). 

Job Opportunity with UCSRB

The Upper Columbia Salmon Recovery Board (UCSRB) is hiring a Natural Resource Coordination Specialist.  Please see the link to the job description on the UCSRB website  http://www.ucsrb.org/ (right under the header).  All cover letters and resumes need to be submitted to Barbara Carrillo by October 9, 2015. 

UW Research Assistant position opening: strong statistical background

Graduate Student Research Assistant-Alberti
Department of Urban Design and Planning
Position Announcement
Position Title: Graduate Student Research Assistant (50% FTE)
Supervising Faculty:  Marina Alberti
Hours per Week:  20    (50% FTE)
Employment Period:   ASAP to 06/15/2016
Position Description: The University of Washington Urban Ecology Research Lab (UERL, http://urbaneco.washington.edu/wp/)  has an outstanding opportunity for a research assistant in Urban Science.  The Urban Ecology Research Lab works to understand and improve the conditions of human-dominated ecosystems by conducting interdisciplinary research in urban ecology, integrating analytical methods, and applying participatory approaches to problem solving. 

Graduate student job opening: Honors Program admissions readers

The Honors Program is once again seeking to hire two graduate students for
graduate student service appointments during Winter Quarter 2016. These
positions offer a valuable hands-on opportunity to participate with higher
education professionals in the review of undergraduate freshmen
applications to the Honors Program for Autumn Quarter 2016. 

DO-IT looking to hire student Office Assistants

Now Hiring Student Office Assistants
Department: DO-IT, College of Engineering
Job Title: Student Hourly Office Assistant
Location: 4545 15th Ave NE
Take advantage of this great opportunity to build your resume, support people with disabilities, and work on campus for an award-winning program! 

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