Now Hiring Digital Media Student Technicians


The Learning Technologies department seeks a UW Bothell student for the job of Learning Technologies Student Technologist. We encourage students to apply who may not feel they have the technical skills to work in IT but are willing to learn.

You will love working with UWB IT Learning Technologies if you have...

  • Strong writing and communication skills
  • Works hard and takes pride in the work

  • Ability to work with a wide variety of users who have a range of technical experience
  • Abiliity to work well and learn in a team or independantly
  • Desire and aptitude to learn about digital media production and learning technologies such as Final Cut Pro, Adobe Photoshop, Canvas, Google apps, etc.


Please review the requirements for the Digital Media Student Technician position within Information Technologies:



  • Must be a current UW student enrolled in at least 6 credits- If you're not planning on taking classes during the summer, as long as you were enrolled in at least 6 credits during Spring quarter then you're fine. If you're a new (freshman/transfer) student and your first class on campus doesn't start until Fall quarter, unforunately the policy also states that you cannot work on campus until after your classes begin; unfortunately this means we could not hire you at this time.

  • Must be at least 18 years of age

  • A minimum of one year's worth of prior customer service experience

  • UWB IT requires a one year commitment from our student technicians with no exceptions. For example, if you're hired for Summer Quarter 2015 then you must be able to work until the end of Summer Quarter 2016.

For more information, please visit Learning Technologies website here

How to apply for the Student Learning Technologist position:

  1. Review the Student Learning Technologist job description and job requirements.
  2. Submit an e-mail labeled Student Technologist (insert current quarter) to
  3. Make sure to include the following within a single file that is attached to the email:
  • Cover Letter*
  • Resume
  • Hours of availabilty next quarter
  • Class schedule from Spring 2015 (and Summer 2015 if applicable)**
  • Expected quarter and year of graduation***

* If you need help writing your cover letter and/or resume, the Career Center on campus is a great resource!

**According to University policy, only students currently enrolled in at least 6 credits can be hired for on-campus jobs.

***UWB IT requires a one year commitment from our student technicians with no exceptions.