The Landmark Group is looking for a part-time assistant to aid their team of property managers and real estate agents. This is a great opportunity to gain experience about the ins and outs of property management and running a small business. This is a versatile job that requires the ability to multi task on many different properties and projects, manage other maintenance personnel, and complete day to day office administration and handyman tasks.
As an intern, you will have an opportunity to work as an audit team member, performing a variety of tasks to obtain experience in the practical application of accounting and auditing principles, and assisting in audits of the HHS programs. You will have the opportunity to be trained on key audit skills (e.g., develop audit programs, collect and analyze evidence, summarize audit results, conduct conferences, and prepare audit reports). You will also have the opportunity to learn to make recommendations to improve accounting systems, strengthen internal controls, and change legislation impacting HHS programs.
The Washington State Chapter of the Sierra Club is seeking a few interns to help with their fall/winter campaigns. This will include work to pass progressive legislation, keeping fossil fuels in the ground, protecting our natural resources, and working with diverse partners to promote environmental justice.
United Way of King County is looking for a Marketing Project Intern who will work within the Marketing Department in a variety of ways. Most notably, the Marketing Project Intern will support the Emerging Leaders program, United Way’s young professionals group, with project planning and logistics. They will also support other major United Way initiatives and events.
This program will give you an opportunity to work on complex computer science solutions, develop scalable, distributed software systems and also collaborate on multitudes of smaller projects that have universal appeal - which requires research, awareness, interactivity, and asking questions.
The ASUWB Director of Academic Affairs will conduct assessments at least once per quarter to guide team priorities; serve as a liaison between ASUWB Student Government and other leaders and organizations on campus; Serve on the Student Academic and Budget Council.
Applications due by Wednesday, November 2, 2016
The Director of Public Relations will publicize important information (eg: suggestions, proposals, objectives, events, updates, and the ASUWB mission, goals, etc. to the University of Washington Bothell student body by creating, distributing, and maintaining all information colected from sources across campus.
Applications due by Wednesday, November 2nd by 5pm.
This position is primarily to assist the University of Washington Bothell Assistant Vice Chancellor of Government and Community Relations in preparation for the 2017 Washington State Legislative Session and the Community Relations Events such as the INSPIRE STEM Festival. The person in this position will assist in tracking bills, conducting research and preparing materials including responding to legislative requests. In addition, this person will assist in making legislative appointments and with community events.
The SAF (Services and Activities Fee) committee is a group of students appointed yearly. This committee is responsible for allocating roughly $1.7 million dollars to support student services and programs each year. All currently registered students are welcomed to apply during the summer for an appointment in the following academic year.
Seeking passionate UW Bothell students to join our game design team as assistant design interns. Assistant designers will work directly with the Lead Designer and the entire studio team to design game levels, develop game narrative, create documentation, and fine-tune gameplay experiences for our players. Designers will also iterate on and revise their designs based on critique from the Lead Designer, Creative Director, and other studio leads. No previous experience with game design is necessary, but enthusiasm and willingness to learn on the job is essential. Applicants may be from any degree program. Internships are volunteer or for-credit only at this time. Deadline October 26
The Office of Institutional Research is looking for an enthusiastic, dependable, and detail-oriented student to assist staff with survey development and data analysis, as well as other qualitative research and writing projects. Though no experience is necessary, the ideal candidate will have strong written and verbal communication skills and a desire to learn more about higher education administration. Now accepting applications for Fall 2016.
The Writing & Communication Center (WaCC) supports students of all abilities, at any stage of the reading, writing, or presentation process. Our goal is to help you become a stronger, more confident writer and communicator.
Student Helpdesk Technicians will work closely with IT colleagues and the UW Bothell academic community on a variety of computer and media related tasks and projects in different spaces across campus, including but not limited to Helpdesk Computer & IT Support, Classroom and Event Support, and Production Services. Deadline: November 1
The U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP), Office of the Ranking Member, seeks interns for the spring of 2017. Intern responsibilities include, but are not limited to: assisting Committee staff in performing office duties, conducting research, analyzing legislation, drafting memorandums, and organizing hearings. Interns play a key role in the office and will work closely with senior policy advisors. Deadline: November 4
Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) is seeking a graduate student intern to work with the Graffiti and Illegal Dumping Teams and the Clean City manager to provide timely assistance to Seattle residents involved in maintaining clean and safe neighborhoods. The intern will learn about and assist in providing information on city programs to residents, maintaining databases, and identifying new strategies for achieving program goals. Deadline October 4.
UPS provides an excellent employment opportunity for students. They are currently seeking highly motivated, energetic self-starters to work as a Part-Time Package Handler. This is a physically demanding, fast paced job that involves lifting, lowering and sliding of packages that typically weight 25-35 lbs. and may weigh up to 70 lbs.
This is a physical, fast-paced, outdoor position that involves continual lifting, lowering and carrying packages that typically weigh 25 - 35 lbs. and may weigh up to 70 lbs. It requires excellent customer contact skills and a lot of walking. As a driver helper, your main goal will be to assist the driver in the delivery of packages, not driving the vehicle itself.
The Marketing Assistant will be a member of our sales and marketing team. Day-to-day life will be varied and may include researching target companies, finding and updating prospect lists, assisting with marketing campaigns, etc. Deadline: November 9
High producing Real Estate Brokerage in Bothell seeks highly motivated, part-time Office Administrator for immediate hire. Deadline: November 12
Nature Vision is a non-profit environmental education organization that fosters appreciation and stewardship of our environment by educating and connecting community to the world around us. They are hiring for a part-time naturalist and are focusing on outreach, education, and presentations. Their main office is in Woodinville. Deadline: November 11
This person will be responsible for accurate and timely completion of our products. Successful candidates will be detail oriented, technically savvy and they have the ability to focus on individual tasks but still enjoy being part of a fun team. Deadline: October 30
SecureWorld conferences provide more resources and facilitate more connections than any other cybersecurity event in North America. Our 14 regional conferences equip and inspire IT professionals on the front lines. Beyond events, SecureWorld Media is a premier source of cybersecurity content, including breaking industry news, original articles and research, web conferences, and training courses.
HuskyJobs is a free resource for UW students and alumni at all 3 campuses to search and find internships, part- and full-time jobs, and volunteer opportunities. Through HuskyJobs, you have access to thousands of opportunities that you can apply to directly. You’ll also find up-to-date information about employers and on-campus interviews.
Whether you have attended an on-campus career fair before or this will be your first time, Career Services wants to help you make it the most useful and encouraging experience possible as you move towards your professional goals. Having 60+ employer representatives on campus, all here to engage with UW Bothell students, is an awesome opportunity, and with some thoughtful preparation and follow-up, you can really stand out in the crowd.
Job hunting is like a job unto itself: You will get it right, but you need to work at it. V
isit the Career Services resume page online at http://www.uwb.edu/careers/job-search-tools/resumes
to find tips and tricks on how to customize your documents for a position you are interested in.
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