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 to come speak with Career Services.
Assistant Career Advisor (ACA) – UW Bothell Career Services
The Assistant Career Advisor serves as a primary contact for students seeking assistance in using Career Services. ACA’s will become job search savvy, while helping others feel more confident about pursuing jobs, internships, and careers. This position will provide career advising to your UW Bothell peers and assist with program planning, marketing and implementation, as well as provide project and event support for Career Services.Work schedules set each quarter based on class schedules, availability and work responsibilities. Click here for more information.
Application instructions: Send a resume and cover letter to Marcus Mickelsen, Assistant Career Advisor, at email@example.com. In your letter please address your desire to work for Career Services, and your personal goals with regards to helping students. Applications must be received by Friday, May 9th at 5pm for consideration.
Event Assistant – UW Bothell BFAS-Event & Conference Services
Event and Conference Services works collaboratively with other campus constituencies to plan, design, execute and evaluate non-curricular events. Duties include: assist with preparation of reports, permits, etc. and posting, distribution of these as needed, process equipment check-outs and returns, and provide general office support and assistance with event related duties. Successful candidates will be proficient with Microsoft Office Suite, specifically Excel and will be able to lift 20 - 40lbs. Click here for a full job description.
Application Instructions: To apply, submit a resume and cover letter to Peggy Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications are due by Friday, April 25th.
Mailroom Assistant – UW Bothell Mailroom
The University of Washington Bothell is in need of assistance with daily operations in the mailroom. Duties include answering phones, taking messages, signing for incoming packages, and operating the mail vehicle. Candidates must be able to lift at most 50 lbs.
Application Instructions: To apply, submit a resume to George Michael at email@example.com.
Assistant Editor – Digital Future Lab (DFL)
The Digital Future Lab needs a passionate writer with confidence in their ability to critique the work of others as well as their own. They should be prepared to edit articles of diverse genres, as well as potentially contributing research to articles. Preference will be given to applicants that have graphic design experience and are familiar with WordPress and Adobe CS/CC. The applicant will be expected to work with others and contribute heavily to the organizational aspects of the editorial process. Assistant Editors are expected to contribute written content for the website, update the website, edit articles, and speak to classrooms about publishing opportunities. This is an unpaid on-campus internship that may lead to paid positions in the future.
Application Instructions: To apply, submit a writing sample (fiction or non-fiction) and resume to the DFL Editorial Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Social Media Strategist – Digital Future Lab (DFL)
The ideal applicant for this internship is an avid social media enthusiast and one who can easily navigate and maintain multiple accounts simultaneously. He/she should be prepared to create and share engaging content that reflects the research and interests of the lab while also drawing connections to the current field of interactive media. A keen eye for design as well as color, font, and texture variations is needed. Preference will be given to applicants that have graphic design experience and are familiar with WordPress and Adobe CS/CC. Social Media Strategists are expected to update social media platforms, plan and implement a strategic public relations campaign via internet, create a consistent brand across all sites, and monitor/evaluate page analytics. This is an unpaid on-campus internship that may lead to paid positions in the future.
Application Instructions: to apply, submit a resume to the DFL Editorial Team at email@example.com
Writing Intern – Digital Future Lab (DFL)
Writing Interns should be fervent writers comfortable in their ability to consistently create interesting and engaging content. They should be willing to explore diverse genres, although a niche specialty is acceptable. Applicants should be comfortable receiving feedback on their work and be able to make adjustments throughout the writing process. Ability to work collaboratively with the editorial team is essential. The on-campus intern will be charged with contributing written content for the website including research and editorials, collaborating with the Editorial Team to revise published work, and be responsible for checking in with the Editorial Team regularly. This is an unpaid on-campus internship that may lead to paid positions in the future.
Application Instructions: To apply, submit a writing sample (fiction or non-fiction) to the DFL Editorial Team at firstname.lastname@example.org