Jobs & Internships

On-Campus Jobs

Check the on-campus departments you are interested in for open positions. Many departments do not post their positions, but have job openings available. Going to different departments is also a great way to network and practice your elevator speech. If you want help with networking techniques and job applications make an appointment with Career Services.

IAS Diversity Plan Student Assistant - School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences
This position will work closely with Professor Mira Shimabukuro, the IAS Diversity Plan Coordinator (DPC) and the IAS Diversity Committee to ensure that the Diversity Plan is implemented. Duties include: attend and take meeting minutes, coordinate meeting times for DPC and Diversity Committee, and share insights from an IAS student perspective. Successful applicants will have a commitment to and interest in Social Justice, be able to work independently and cooperatively, strong communication skills and working knowledge of MS Office. Job is open to current IAS students, able to commit to at least 3 consecutive quarters at 10-15 hours per week during the 2015-2016 academic year. Application Instructions: Send resume, name/s and contact information for at least one IAS faculty and/or UWB staff willing to serve as reference, cover letter that addresses interest and experience that would enable success in position to Mira Shimabukuro at Applications due by September 16, 2015.

Reserves Student Specialist – UWB/CC Campus Library
The Reserves Student Specialist will process electronic readings, books, and media and provide assistance to faculty at the Reserves Service Desk. Assist faculty at the Reserves Public Service Desk in person and by phone. Retrieve books and media for processing; conducts searches for missing materials, and more. Students with excellent customer service and communication skills are encouraged to apply. Application Instructions: Application deadline is Monday, August 31st. For more information and to apply, please submit an application online.

Student Assistant - UW Bothell School of STEM
The Student Assistant in STEM Administration will be responsible for staffing the front desk of the Administrative Office, School of STEM answering all in-person and phone inquiries. Additional job duties include: maintaining an accurate filing system for all faculty and staff, assist with quarterly School events as well as other administrative duties as assigned. Applicants must be a current undergraduate student, can give a one-year commitment, and have attended at least three quarters before the employment start date. Position is 10-19.5 hours per week, including some weekday evenings until 5:00pm; compensation is $13.00 per hour. Application Instructions: Please submit a cover letter and updated resume to Cheryl Duncan at Application deadline is Monday, August 31st.

Community Assistant (CA) - UW Bothell Residence Life
The Community Assistant (CA) is the primary contact with residents at the Community Center at Husky Village front desk. CAs work assigned hours each week staffing the desk and assisting current residents, their guests, visitors and the Residential Life professional staff. The primary responsibilities include answering walk-up and telephone inquiries, completing paperwork and forms, checking out equipment at the front desk, and issuing keys and parking passes. While at the desk, CAs may also accept deliveries and sort mail, complete basic housekeeping tasks and assist with student lock-outs. Click here to view the full job description. Compensation $12.00/hour. Application Instructions: Contact Jeff Sann at for more information. The application process is now OPEN. Apply now here!

Wetland Water Quality Assessment Technician - UW Bothell Facilities Services
The Facilities Services Department is comprised of maintenance, custodial, grounds and wetlands services. This position will assist the department in assessing water quality in the UWB/CCC wetlands. Duties will include isolating and analyzing bacteria such as E. coli and Campylobacter by culture and molecular methods, from the wetland water. The student will be trained to learn techniques like PCR, gel electrophoresis and qPCR, as also to measure antibiotic resistance of bacteria by traditional culture methods. Requires modest physical effort and strict adherence to lab protocols. Must be a Biology major and preferably taken one or more Biochemistry and/or microbiology courses. Application Instructions: Email a letter of interest and resume to Keya Sen at

Mailroom Assistant - UW Bothell Facilities Services
The Mailroom has an exciting opportunity for immediate hire! Job duties include receiving and sorting incoming mail, collect and distribute parcels, manage package notification, and administrative support. Students must be available Mon, Wednesdays and Friday in the fall from 11:00am - 3:00pm; there are flexible hours anytime before and after those times. Students can work anywhere between 10-19 hours per week. To be eligible student must have a valid WA State Drivers License and be able to occasionally lift up to 50lbs - additional requirements can be found on the job description. Application Instructions: Please email George Michael at with your resume, cover letter, schedule of availability, approximate graduation date, and desired number of hours.

Student Assistant – UW Bothell School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences
The School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences has an excellent opportunity for a motivated student to provide assistance in support of School office operations, publicity and events management for Academic Year 2015-16. Additional job duties include: administrative support, front desk coverage, and assisting in scheduling advising appointments. A successful candidate will have strong communication skills, knowledge of Microsoft Office, be detail oriented and be able to work both independently and on a team. Application Instructions: Please send a letter of interest and resume to Simone Willynck at with your name and "IAS Student Employment, 2015-16" in the subject line. Work study not required but accepted. Application deadline is Monday, August 31st.

Student Assistant - UW Bothell Enrollment Management
The Division of Enrollment Management is the front door of the University of Washington Bothell. The department consists of service units including, admissions, registration, Financial Aid, Operations (Welcome Desk), and prospective student advising. Job duties include: data entry, filing, making copies, organizing office inventory, customer service, general office work, and other duties as assigned. Application Instructions: Email your resume, cover letter, and class schedule to Chris Kwong at .This is a work study only position.

Student Assistant– UW Bothell Enrollment Services
Assist with the processing of measles immunization documents: reviewing documents received to ensure they are complete, logging forms onExcel, and corresponding with students to get all required records. Post scholarships on office website using Kentico. Organize and file registration paperwork. Greet students and visitors and identify ways in which they can be assisted. Other special projects and duties as assigned. For more information, click hereApplication Instructions: Please submit a resume, cover letter and class schedule to This is a work study only position.

Student Technology Consultant– UWB/CC Campus Library 
Help meet the technology needs of students in the Campus Library Information Commons and beyond, conducting research, writing papers, and working on class projects.  You'll have the opportunity to help patrons access online resources and use Microsoft Office and other applications to complete assignments, and also assist in the circulation of books and laptops. This is a great job for those interested in careers in IT, public service, or communications, and it's also a great way for any student to build skills and experience for their resume!  Up to 19.5 hours per week, with a flexible work schedule. Application Instructions: For more information or to complete an application online, go to  (UW NetID required)  Successful applicants will be notified via email.  For additional questions, contact Library Technology Services at 425.352.3450 or email

Peer Consultant – Writing and Communication Center
Peer Consultants tutor UW Bothell students through individual conferences, group workshops (within and outside of scheduled courses) and peer writing groups. Our mission is to help students become stronger, more confident writers and communicators. Peer consultants are also responsible for completing projects related to educational outreach, marketing and/or teaching. These tasks have included visiting classes to publicize services and assisting with peer review sessions.
Application Instructions: To apply, please send the following to Kim Sharp, Interim Director of the Writing and Communication Center, at Resume, two writing samples from coursework completed within past year (one sample should demonstrate ability to use scholarly evidence to support a claim), cover letter that addresses the following questions – why do you want to work in the Writing and Communication Center? And How could you contribute to the mission and goals of the Writing and Communication Center?

Social Justice Organizer – Student Engagement and Activities                                The SJO student staff team plans and facilitates events, programs, and workshops focused on topics of diversity, social justice, and identity for students on campus. Please direct any questions to Leah Shelton at or 425-352-5266. Application Instructions: Please click here, to fill out the online application.  

On campus retail coffee shop locations have an outstanding opportunity for food service worker positions for upcoming Fall Quarter! Available shifts including opening, mid-day, and closing. Duties will include making hand crafted espresso beverages, stocking shelves with product and keeping the space clean, serving hot and cold prepared items, & taking payment and operating cash registers. This position will report to the Café Supervisor. Mandatory training will take place in early September for all new employees. No experience necessary. Food handlers permit is required.  
Application Instructions: To apply, please send a resume and a letter of interest to café lead, Jessica Landry at

Work Study Positions

Work Study is need-based financial aid programs that give students the opportunity to work part-time while going to school. Work study students can apply for both work study and non-work study positions.

Click here to find open positions. To find UW Bothell specific positions, click "JOB NUMBER" to alphabatize. Bothell positions will be listed as BOTH.

Campus Employers

To post your position(s), please email Bonnie Monteleone ( with a job description, application instructions and deadline.