Student Job Opportunities

Student Life is hiring for student jobs!

Student Life provides a variety of opportunities for students to engage with the campus community. Getting involved in student life provides a terrific complement to the academic experience at UW Bothell. Students are able to enhance their resume, develop new skills, become leaders, meet new people and create a lasting impact on the UW Bothell community.

Below you will find complete job descriptions and other information for each job that is available. Interested students may apply using Www.orgsync.com. Click on the 'Forms' section on the left-hand navigation, then scroll down until you see "NOW HIRING - Student Life - Student Job Application 2014-2015." The application is also linked below. Applications are due April 13th at 11:59pm.

Click here to start your application!

Positions Available

Achieving Community Transformation (ACT) Service Leads
Campus Events Board (CEB)
Club Council
Fitness Supervisors
Health Educators Reaching Out (HEROs)
International Student Facilitators
Marketing Assistant - Recreation and Wellness
Outdoor Leaders
Recreation Supervisors
Social Justice Organizers (SJO)
Sports Officials (Referees)
Universal Leadership Conference Chair
 

Achieving Community Transformation (ACT) Service Leads

Supervisor: Program Manager for Student Activities (Student Life)
Hours: Average 12.5 hours per week during academic year (anticipated)
Wage: $10/hour (anticipated)
Duration: August 2014 through June 2015

Overview:
Achieving Community Transformation (ACT) Service Leads create and facilitate co-curricular community service opportunities for the UW Bothell community. ACT seeks to provide individuals the opportunity to engage in mutual contribution while developing a deeper understanding of service in order to create a lasting impact in the greater community. They accomplish this through offering fulfilling volunteer opportunities, actively reaching out through collaboration with organization and individuals, and providing a safe environment in which to discuss the greater meaning of service.

ACT Service Leads will work to create a culture of service at UW Bothell through a variety of means. They will partner with local community organizations to plan recurring service opportunities for students. They will also partner with other offices at both UW Bothell and Cascadia Community College to facilitate traditional major service events, including the Welcome Week Day of Service, Make a Difference Day, the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service, Alternative Spring Break, and Cesar Chavez Day. Furthermore, they will support other student clubs and organizations on campus in connecting to service opportunities both on and off campus.

Being an ACT Service Lead is a commitment for the full academic year, with an average of 12.5 hours per week. Meetings will be held on a regular basis. Those selected for this position will have extensive training so ACT Service Leads will be prepared to complete their duties and responsibilities successfully.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Hold weekly total of 12.5 office hours with 8 hours at CBLR
  • Update ACT Www.orgsync.com page and use it to communicate to students regularly and actively
  • Attend regular ACT meetings
  • Schedule and attend regular meetings with the ACT Advisor
  • Attend summer training retreat, and additional trainings and development sessions throughout the academic year
  • Promote service opportunities to students
  • Create and evaluate learning outcomes for each program or activity sponsored by ACT
  • Facilitate programs and activities of a diverse nature to encourage a culture of service at UW Bothell and market these events appropriately
  • Develop relationships with specific community organizations and provide regular service opportunities to students at those organizations
  • Plan major day of service events
  • Track and archive information on events and budgets
  • Complete appropriate forms to host an event on and off campus
  • Actively seek input from the student body to determine needs and advocate for improved service experiences
  • Take part in the ACT interview process for new members
  • Complete additional duties as determined by ACT and ACT Advisor

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Currently enrolled UW Bothell student
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Understand and be committed to serving the mission of Achieving Community Transformation and the community service program at UW Bothell
  • Positive, collaborative attitude and customer service orientation
  • Ability to actively listen and empathize with others
  • Must be reliable, responsible, flexible, and willing to help and take initiative
  • Flexibility with schedules through the duration of the job
  • Maintain a GPA of 2.7 for the most recent academic quarter or cumulatively, whichever is higher
  • Be in good standing with the University and never break any student conduct code violations
  • Must be available for summer training

Campus Events Board (CEB)

CEB has 6 unique positions available. Job descriptions are below. Interested applicants may apply for one or more positions.

Arts and Issues Programmer:
The Arts and Issues Programmer’s focus is awareness campaigns, performances, lecturers, current events and global related issue events and activities on various social justice, cultural, and global topics. The events and activities range from, but are not limited to dance, musical theater, classical, art exhibits, drumming groups, lectures, craft projects, discussion panels, and slam poetry/spoken word. These events aim to inform and inspire students about topics they may or may not already be learning about at UWB or in their lives outside of campus. In the process, the events unite the campus through the shared experiences.

  • Hold weekly total of 15 office hours with 8 hours in the CEB office
  • Attend CEB Fall training retreat and additional trainings/development sessions
  • Attend weekly CEB meetings
  • Facilitate the programming of activities of a diverse nature to entertain and educate students, staff, faculty and the campus community
  • Attend and support CEB events
  • Create and evaluate attendee learning objectives for each scheduled event/program
  • Program events that appeal to a wide array of ages, gender, ethnicity and interests
  • Actively seek input from the student body in order to determine the type of events that are planned throughout the year
  • Schedule and attend weekly meetings with the CEB Advisor
  • Take part in the CEB interview process
  • Track budget and archive information for each event
  • Complete appropriate forms to host an event on campus
  • Contact people from outside the campus community
  • Co-sponsor with groups within the campus community
  • Advertising events to reach students/staff/faculty/community, etc. as appropriate
  • Complete CEB learning objective evaluations 3 times during the academic year
  • Complete additional duties as assigned by the CEB Chair and CEB Advisor
  • Collaborate with Diversity Programmers, student organizations, and Diversity and Equity Center from Cascadia, as well as the Cascadia Activities Board

Compensation: $12/hr

Local Adventures Programmer:
The Local Adventures Programmer will be focused on events and trips off campus in the Puget Sound Area. This programmer will bring students off campus to learn and explore. Some examples include but are not limited to off campus excursions to sporting events, ice skating rinks, museums, etc. This is done as a means to further expand student’s knowledge of their surrounding and bring them an experience that is uniquely Pacific Northwest. All trips aim to inform and inspire students about topics they may or may not already be learning about at UWB or in their lives outside of campus. In the process, the events unite the campus through the shared experiences.

  • Hold weekly total of 15 office hours with 8 hours in the CEB office
  • Attend CEB Fall training retreat and additional trainings/development sessions
  • Attend weekly CEB meetings
  • Facilitate the programming of activities of a diverse nature to entertain students, staff, faculty, and the campus community
  • Attend and support CEB events
  • Create and evaluate attendee learning objectives for each scheduled event/program
  • Program events that appeal to a wide array of ages, gender, ethnicity, and interests
  • Actively seek input from the student body in order to determine the type of events that will be planned throughout the year
  • Schedule and attend weekly meetings with the CEB Advisor
  • Take part in the CEB interview process
  • Track budget and archive information for each event
  • Complete appropriate forms to host an event on campus
  • Contract people from outside the campus community
  • Co-sponsor with groups within the campus community
  • Advertising events to reach students/ staff/ faculty/ community etc. as appropriate
  • Complete CEB learning objective evaluations 3 times during the academic year
  • Complete additional duties as assigned by the CEB Chair and CEB Advisor
  • Collaborate with SODA, student organizations, and Diversity and Equity Center from Cascadia, as well as the Cascadia Activities Board

Compensation: $12/hr

Special Events Programmer:
The Special Events Programmer’s focus is large scale events such as Homecoming Week, Week of Welcome, Spring Fest, etc. This programmer is also responsible for planning and creating traditional campus events such as late night events and co-sponsored events. It is also the duty of the Special Events Programmer to work with and collaborate with the Chair and all other programmers in creation of each large scale event. All events planned by the special events programmer are usually community wide and targeted at the entire student population.

  • Hold weekly total of 15 office hours with 8 hours in the CEB office
  • Attend CEB Fall training retreat and additional trainings/development sessions
  • Attend weekly CEB meetings
  • Facilitate the programming of activities of a diverse nature to entertain students, staff, faculty, and the campus community
  • Attend and support all CEB events
  • Create and evaluate attendee learning objectives for each scheduled event/program
  • Program events that appeal to a wide array of ages, gender, ethnicity, and interests
  • Actively seek input from the student body in order to determine the type of events that will be planned throughout the year
  • Schedule and attend weekly meetings with the CEB Advisor
  • Take part in the CEB interview process
  • Track budget and archive information for each event
  • Complete appropriate forms to host an event on campus
  • Contract people from outside the campus community
  • Co-sponsor with groups within the campus community
  • Advertising events to reach students/ staff/ faculty/ community etc. as appropriate
  • Complete CEB learning objective evaluations 3 times during the academic year
  • Complete additional duties as assigned by the CEB Chair and CEB Advisor
  • Collaborate with SODA, student organizations, and Diversity and Equity Center from Cascadia, as well as the Cascadia Activities Board

Compensation: $12/hr

Series Programmer:
The Series Programmer’s focus is to plan and coordinate a consecutive series of events throughout the year. These series consist of coffeehouses, comedy nights, movie series and arts and crafts series. This is done as a means to further inform and inspire students about topics they may or may not already be learning about at UWB or in their lives outside of campus. In the process, the events unite the campus through the shared experiences. 

  • Hold weekly total of 15 office hours with 8 hours in the CEB office
  • Attend CEB Fall training retreat and additional trainings/development sessions
  • Attend weekly CEB meetings
  • Facilitate the programming of activities of a diverse nature to entertain students, staff, faculty, and the campus community
  • Attend and Support all CEB events.
  • Create and evaluate attendee Learning Objectives for each schedule event/program
  • Program events that appeal to a wide array of ages, gender, ethnicity, and interests
  • Actively seek input from the student body in order to determine the type of events that will be planned throughout the year
  • Schedule and attend weekly meetings with the CEB Advisor
  • Take part in the CEB interview process
  • Track budget and archive information for each event
  • Complete appropriate forms to host an event on campus
  • Contract people from outside the campus community
  • Co-sponsor with groups within the campus community
  • Advertising events to reach students/ staff/ faculty/ community etc. as appropriate
  • Complete CEB learning objective evaluations 3 times during the academic year
  • Complete additional duties as assigned by the CEB Chair and CEB Advisor
  • Collaborate with SODA, student organizations, and Diversity and Equity Center from Cascadia, as well as the Cascadia Activities Board

Compensation: $12/hr

Marketing and Public Relations Programmer:
The Marketing Programmer’s focus is to market and develop advertising campaigns associated with the upcoming events and programs of the Campus Events Board through both social and print media. They will also be responsible for weekly tabling and creating a committee of volunteers. This is done as a means to further reach out to students to inform and inspire students about topics they may or may not already be learning about at UWB or in their lives outside of campus. In the process, the events unite the campus through the shared experiences.

  • Meet with advisor on a weekly basis
  • Attend CEB Fall retreat
  • Hold weekly total of 15 office hours with 8 hours in the CEB office
  • Attend Kentico and other trainings related to position
  • Attend weekly CEB meeting
  • Attend and Support CEB events
  • Create posters and marketing material for all CEB events
  • Work with members of CEB to gain input on posters
  • Experience with programs such as Photoshop, Indesign, or other graphic software
  • Create and update marketing materials and utilize campus resources including (axis television, screen savers, facebook, event calendar, posters, web page, etc)
  • Keep all marketing information updated on a daily basis
  • Hang event posters on campus at least 2 weeks prior to schedule events
  • Support group in creating creative decorating and marketing campaigns
  • Follow appropriate copyright guidelines and obtain permission for use of images and other copyrighted materials
  • Create videos, sideshows, and brochures
  • Create surveys and creative ways to receive feedback on events and programs
  • Take part in CEB interview process
  • Complete CEB learning objectives 3 times a year
  • Complete additional duties as assigned by CEB chair and CEB advisor
  • Continue to seek new ways to market and promote events to the campus community
  • Meet regularly with campus marketing groups, PR office and Student Life Marketing Assistant

Compensation: $12/hr

Campus Events Board Chair:
The Campus Events Board Chair focuses on overseeing the inner workings of the campus events board. The Chair along with the CEB Advisor will follow up with programmers on progress of positions and support them as seen fit. The Chair is the CEB representative and helps with volunteers and co-sponsorship.

  • Chair and set agenda for weekly CEB meetings
  • Meet on a weekly basis with the CEB Advisor to discuss the planning, execution and logistical components of upcoming activities
  • Work in conjunction with the CEB Advisor to interview, select, and oversee CEB events/programs
  • Work in conjunction with the CEB Advisor to organize the board’s fall training retreat
  • Work in conjunction with the CEB Advisor to create additional trainings and developmental opportunities that focus and support the CEB Learning Objectives
  • Act a liaison with ASUWB, Registered Student Organizations, campus organizations/departments, UW Tacoma, UW Seattle and Cascadia Community College in communicating upcoming events and identifying possible partnerships
  • Oversee the scheduling of rooms and equipment for CEB Events/Programs
  • Work to ensure that all required forms (i.e. contracts, food request, financial forms, etc) have been processed through the Office of Student Life
  • Oversee the preparation and expenditures of budgets on a quarterly and annual basis as directed by the CEB Advisor
  • Hold weekly total of 15-19.5 office hours with 8 hours in the CEB office.
  • Attend and support CEB events/programs as needed
  • Create, retain and oversee CEB volunteers and outreaches efforts
  • Actively seek feedback via focus groups, surveys, student input, in order to determine events/programs scheduled throughout the year
  • Assist programming staff in planning process of events as need
  • Complete additional duties as assigned by CEB Advisor

Compensation: $13/hr

Club Council

Supervisor: Program Manager for Student Activities
Hours: Average 5 hours per week (10 hours per week for Club Council Chair) during academic year (anticipated)
Wage: $10/hour (anticipated)
Duration: August 2014 through June 2015

Overview:
University of Washington Bothell’s Club Council is a group of student leaders committed to serving recognized clubs at UWB. Club Council is responsible for governing, supporting, and administering the recognition, funding, and operation of all student clubs and organizations on campus recognized by the Office of Student Life. Club Council will support and advocate for the club community and foster connections between clubs themselves as well as the rest of campus. Club Council members will be directly involved in all aspects of the club process, from supporting the formation and recognition of clubs, leading trainings for club officers, providing funding for club events, and evaluating the clubs program. Club Council members provide the stepping stones needed for students to make their passions come to life.

Being a Club Council student leader is a commitment for the full academic year, with an average of 5+ hours per week. Meetings will be held on a regular basis. Those selected for this position will have extensive training so Club Council student leaders will be prepared to complete their duties and responsibilities successfully.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Hold weekly total of 5 office hours (10 for Chair) with 4 hours at the Student Life Front Desk
  • Provide administrative support to clubs using Www.orgsync.com
  • Attend weekly Club Council meetings
  • Schedule and attend weekly meetings with the Club Council Advisor
  • Attend summer training retreat, and additional trainings and development sessions throughout the academic year
  • Promote the support, resources, and funding available to registered clubs
  • Create and evaluate learning outcomes for each program or activity sponsored by the Club Council, as well as the clubs program as a whole
  • Facilitate programs and activities of a diverse nature to educate, coordinate, and provide support for recognized clubs at UW Bothell and market these events appropriately
  • Lead officer trainings and workshops for club officers
  • Plan end of the year club awards ceremony
  • Track and archive information on club spending and Club Council events
  • Complete appropriate forms to host an event on campus
  • Actively seek input from the student body and current club members to determine needs and advocate for improved club experience
  • Maintain active communication between and within the club community
  • Have explicit knowledge of Services and Activities Fees Bylaws, Club Handbook, and Club Council Constitution and Bylaws, and make recommendations on changes or update accordingly
  • Take part in the Club Council interview process for new members
  • Complete additional duties as determined by the Club Council, the Club Council Chair, and the Club Council Advisor

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Currently enrolled UW Bothell student
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Understand and be committed to serving the mission of Club Council and the clubs program
  • Positive attitude and customer service orientation
  • Ability to actively listen and empathize with others
  • Must be reliable, responsible, flexible, and willing to help and take initiative
  • Flexibility with schedules through the duration of the job
  • Maintain a GPA of 2.7 for the most recent academic quarter or cumulatively, whichever is higher
  • Be in good standing with the University and never break any student conduct code violations
  • Must be available for summer training 

Fitness Supervisors

Supervisor: Program Manager of Recreation & Wellness
Hours: Average of 10+ hours a week during academic year
Wage: $13/hour (anticipated)
Duration: August 2014 through June 2015

Overview:
University of Washington Bothell’s Fitness Supervisors are responsible for helping to plan fitness programs/classes, supervising the fitness center, marketing and promoting. This position requires critical thinking skills and outstanding leadership. Fitness Supervisors need to be able to maintain awareness of potential problems while creating a warm and welcoming environment.

Being a Fitness Supervisor is a time commitment of a full academic year and an average of 10+ hours per week. That time is used to plan and administer fitness programs, supervise fitness programs/classes and have weekly group meetings. Those selected for this position will have extensive training so they will be prepared to complete their duties and responsibilities successfully.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Maintain 10+ hours of work a week during the academic year     
  • Attend Fall training retreat, and additional trainings/development sessions
  • Attend weekly team meetings
  • Coordinate with Program Manager of Recreation and Wellness to assess and improve fitness  programs and fitness center  for the campus
  • Participate in required fitness training including CPR/AED/First Aid and fitness instructor certification
  • Actively seek input from the student body in order to determine the type of events that you will plan throughout the year
    • Research current trends in fitness education
  • Create and evaluate attendee Learning Objectives for each schedule event/program        
  • Facilitate the programming of activities of a diverse nature to entertain and educate students, staff, faculty, and the campus community
  • Program events that appeal to a wide array of ages, gender, ethnicity, and interests
  • Advertise events to reach students, staff,  faculty and community as appropriate
  • Track budget and archive information for each event
  • Maintain and clean fitness center

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Currently enrolled UW Bothell student
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Understand and support the mission of the University and Recreation & Wellness
  • Ability to actively listen and empathize with others
  • Positive attitude
  • Must be reliable, responsible, flexible, and willing to help and take initiative
  • Willingness to be put outside of comfort zone
  • Flexibility with schedules through duration of job

Requirements

  • Minimum academic success of a 2.5 cumulative GPA during the time of application and while employed
  • Must be enrolled and maintain enrollment with a minimum of 10 credits per quarter throughout the 2014-2015 academic year
  • Be in good standing with the University and never break any student conduct code violations

Health Educators Reaching Out (HEROs)

Supervisor: Assistant Director of Recreation & Wellness
Hours: Average of 12+ hours a week during academic year
Wage: $12/hour (anticipated)
Duration: August 2014 through June 2015

Overview:
University of Washington Bothell’s Health Educators Reaching Out (HEROs) fill a vital leadership role through work as peer health educators. Educators develop facilitation, leadership, program planning and communication skills while serving the campus community and inspiring students to make positive health choices. With training, supervision, and support, HEROs serve as a resource and work to plan and implement a variety of health education and health promotion activities for students.

The team focuses on 5 health topics: 1) Nutrition and Physical Activity 2) Mental Health 3) Sexual Health 4) Sexual Assault and 5) Alcohol and Other Drugs. The interests of the team each year direct the work of the team. If you are passionate about specific areas of wellness, you will be able to explore and develop skills around your area of interest.

Being a part of the HERO team is a time commitment of a full academic year and an average of 12+ hours per week. That time is used to plan and host wellness events, be available as peer support in the office, and have weekly group meetings.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Hold 12+ office hours/field supervision hours a week during the academic year
  • Attend Fall training retreat, as well as additional trainings/development sessions
  • Attend weekly team meetings
  • Coordinate with Assistant Director of Recreation and Wellness to assess and improve the health and wellness needs of the campus community
  • Provide programming to the campus community on all five areas of wellness--physical, emotional, spiritual, social and intellectual
  • Develop wellness workshops and health awareness campaigns
  • Actively seek input from the student body in order to determine the type of events that he/she will plan throughout the year
  • Conduct needs assessments (e.g. focus groups, surveys)
  • Research current trends in college health
  • Evaluate data collected from the current student body to inform wellness programs
  • Create and evaluate attendee Learning Objectives for each schedule event/program
  • Facilitate the programming of activities of a diverse nature to entertain and educate students, staff, faculty and the campus community
  • Program events that appeal to a wide array of ages, gender, ethnicity and interests
  • Advertise events to reach students/staff/faculty community etc. as appropriate
  • Track budget and archive information for each event
  • Complete appropriate forms to host an event on campus
  • Co-sponsor events with groups within the campus community

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Currently enrolled UW Bothell student
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Understand and support the mission of the HERO program
  • Ability to actively listen and empathize with others
  • Positive attitude
  • Must be reliable, responsible, flexible, and willing to help and take initiative
  • Willingness to be put outside of comfort zone
  • Flexibility with schedules through the duration of the job

Requirements

  • Minimum academic success of a 2.5 cumulative GPA during the time of application and while employed
  • Must be enrolled and maintain enrollment with a minimum of 10 credits per quarter throughout the 2014-2015 academic year
  • Be in good standing with the University and never break any student conduct code violations

International Student Facilitators

International Student Facilitators (ISF) are current international and domestic students here to introduce you to student life at UW Bothell. You will meet us at your F1 Immigration Orientation, quarterly ISF events and around campus. Our mission is to assist international students in their transition to life in the United States and at UW Bothell! To assist students in their personal, academic, social and cultural adjustment to studying and living in the U.S. and at UW Bothell.

Paid Position: $10/hr
Hours: 84 hours per quarter/7 hours per week

Goals and Objectives:

  • To provide students with information about services available to them throughout the campus and community, and to encourage their use of those services.
  • To encourage students to participate in educational opportunities outside of the classroom, such as student organizations, athletics and intramurals, volunteerism, and community and campus events.
  • To assist students in developing their relationship with the institution, peers, faculty, staff and the community.
  • To promote a nurturing atmosphere and provide sufficient cultural information to enable students to make reasoned and well-informed choices.
  • To assist students in developing familiarity with their physical surroundings.
  • To engage students in ideas, concepts and current issues around intercultural communication and globalization.

General Responsibilities:

  • Be approachable and available to meet the needs of new international students throughout their arrival period and their first academic year.
  • Help new international students through their adjustment to U.S. culture and education.
  • Be a resource person, making sure each student knows of the support services available to them on campus.
  • Guide new students on their road to being an involved and successful member of the UW Bothell community.
  • Be reliable and responsible in meeting your duties, including attendance at meetings, submission of required reports, and timely arrival for assigned duties.

Specific Duties:

  • All International Student Facilitators will:
  • Attend mandatory training (10-12 hours)
  • Guide students through international orientation (8-10 hours)
  • Attend a weekly 1 hour meeting as a group (15 hours)
  • Present a 30 minute PowerPoint presentation
  • Facilitate discussion with facilitator group
  • Maintain 3 hours per week contact w/ students (36 hours)
  • In-person, email, phone
  • Submit charted contact hours at weekly meetings
  • Plan outings/activities (11 hours)
  • Each student facilitator will plan an outing/activity during the quarter for all the student facilitators and students as a whole
  • Submit activity proposals
  • Submit a weekly report
  • End of quarter – 1 page reflection paper regarding your peer facilitator experience

Marketing Assistant - Recreation and Wellness

Hours: 10-15 hours per week, (flexible with class schedule)
Supervisor: Recreation & Wellness
Wage: $12/hour (anticipated)
Duration: August 2014 through June 2015

Overview:
Under the general direction of professional staff in Recreation & Wellness, create electronic, print publicity, promotional videos and tabling events for programs and initiatives.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • In conjunction with Recreation & Wellness staff, develop marketing plans for individual events and outreach initiatives
  • Submit events to BS Times on a bi-weekly basis
  • Maintain Recreation & Wellness information on the Student Life bulletin boards in UW1 lower level vista, Commons and Fitness Center
  • Create, distribute and collect sandwich boards for Recreation & Wellness events
  • Submit events to the Wednesday Update weekly
  • Create and distribute additional publicity as needed for Recreation & Wellness programs
  • Act as a marketing resource or consultant to Recreation Supervisors, HEROs and Recreation & Wellness professional staff as they produce their own promotional materials
  • Other duties as assigned by staff members of Recreation & Wellness

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Currently enrolled UW Bothell student
  • Experience with Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft Office required; experience with other design software and website management preferred
  • Ability to use proper sentence structure, spelling, grammar and punctuation in composing general office correspondence and creating or editing of newsletters, fliers and brochures
  • Excellent organizational skills and ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously
  • Positive attitude and strong customer service orientation
  • Background in marketing, communications and/or public relations preferred
  • Pride in UW Bothell
  • Maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher

Outdoor Leaders

Supervisor: Assistant Director of Recreation & Wellness
Hours: Average of 12+ hours a week during academic year
Wage: $13/hour (anticipated)
Duration: August 2014 through June 2015

Overview:
University of Washington Bothell's Outdoor Leaders fill a vital leadership role on campus. Leaders develop, market, co-lead, and facilitate day and overnight adventures, such as kayaking, rock climbing, hiking, camping and more. Leaders will receive significant training on wilderness skills, risk management, and environmental practices in order to reduce risks while in the field. All Outdoor Leaders will be trained in CPR/AED/First Aid, Wilderness First Aid and attend other National Outdoor Leadership School trainings as needed.

Being an Outdoor Leader is a time commitment of a full academic year and an average of 12+ hours per week. That time is used to plan, market and lead all outdoor adventures.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Maintain 12+ hours of work a week during the academic year
  • Attend Fall training retreat and additional trainings/development sessions
  • Attend weekly team meetings
  • Coordinate with Assistant Director of Recreation & Wellness to assess and improve outdoor adventure programs for the campus
  • Participate in required outdoor leadership training, including CPR/AED/First Aid, Wilderness First Aid, and other National Outdoor Leadership School trainings
  • Actively seek input from the student body in order to determine they type of events that you would plan throughout the year
  • Research current trends in outdoor education
  • Create and evaluate attendee Learning Objectives for each scheduled event/program
  • Facilitate programming activities of a diverse nature to entertain and educate students, staff, faculty and the campus community
  • Program events that appeal to a wide array of ages, gender, ethnicity and interests
  • Advertise events to reach students, staff, faculty and community as appropriate
  • Track budget and archive information for each event
  • Complete appropriate forms for leading an outdoor trip
  • Co-sponsor with groups within the campus community
  • Satisfy requirements for driving University vehicles during outdoor adventures

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Currently enrolled UW Bothell student
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Understand and support the mission of the Outdoor Recreation program and Recreation & Wellness
  • Ability to actively listen and empathize with others
  • Positive attitude
  • Must be reliable, responsible, flexible, and willing to help and take initiative
  • Willingness to be put outside of comfort zone
  • Flexibility with schedules through duration of job
  • Willing and able to work nights and weekends

Requirements

  • Minimum academic success of a 2.5 cumulative GPA during the time of application and while employed
  • Must be enrolled and maintain enrollment with a minimum of 10 credits per quarter throughout the 2014-2015 academic year
  • Be in good standing with the University and never break any student conduct code violations

Recreation Supervisors

Supervisor: Program Manager of Recreation & Wellness
Hours: Average of 12+ hours a week during academic year
Wage: $13/hour (anticipated)
Duration: August 2014 through June 2015

Overview:
University of Washington Bothell’s Recreation Supervisors are responsible for helping to plan Intramural programs, supervising activities, facilities and officials and evaluating officials. This position requires critical thinking skills and outstanding leadership. Recreation Supervisors need to be able to maintain awareness of potential problems while creating a warm and welcoming environment.

Being a Recreation Supervisor is a time commitment of a full academic year and an average of 12+ hours per week. That time is used to plan and administer recreation programs, supervise Intramural events and have weekly group meetings. Those selected for this position will have extensive training so they will be prepared to complete their duties and responsibilities successfully.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Hold 12+ office hours/field supervision hours a week during the academic year
  • Attend Fall training retreat, as well as additional trainings/development sessions
  • Attend weekly team meetings
  • Coordinate with Program Manager of Recreation & Wellness to assess the desires and needs of the campus community
  • Train, schedule and evaluate officials
  • Plan, organize, supervise, and conduct leagues, tournaments and clinics
  • Plan and host recognition events for student employees and program participants
  • Maintain communication between the office and campus community
  • Conduct needs assessments (e.g. focus groups, surveys)
  • Evaluate data collected from the current student body to inform Intramural Activities
  • Ensure organization of daily reports, completion and organization of daily paperwork for sports sites
  • Maintain customer service by answering emails and phone calls from participants
  • Prepare end of season/activity reports
  • Have explicit knowledge of Intramural policies and sport rules
  • Enforce all program policies and sport rules
  • Serve as a resource for sport officials and participants
  • Advertise leagues and events to students
  • Behave in a professional manner when on duty or participating in Recreation & Wellness activities
  • Be able to resolve conflict situations
  • Serve as quartermaster of the equipment cage, maintain and inventory equipment, and report when new/more equipment is needed

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Currently enrolled UW Bothell student
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Understand and support the mission of the University and Recreation & Wellness
  • Ability to actively listen and empathize with others
  • Positive attitude
  • Must be reliable, responsible, flexible, and willing to help and take initiative
  • Willingness to be put outside of comfort zone
  • Flexibility with schedules through duration of job
  • Willing and able to work nights and weekends

Requirements

  • Minimum academic success of a 2.5 cumulative GPA during the time of application and while employed
  • Must be enrolled and maintain enrollment with a minimum of 10 credits per quarter throughout the 2014-2015 academic year
  • Be in good standing with the University and never break any student conduct code violations 

Social Justice Organizer

The Social Justice Organizer’s (SJO) focus is to plan, coordinate and implement a variety of programs to enhance diversity and social justice on our campus. These events aim to inform and inspire students about topics they may or may not already be learning about at UWB or in their lives outside of campus. In the process, these events unite the campus through shared experiences.

  • Hold weekly total of 10-15 regular office hours; flexible to work during the day, evenings, and some weekends
  • Attend required Fall training retreat and additional required trainings/development sessions
  • Facilitate the programming of educational events and workshops focusing on diversity and social justice for students, staff, faculty, and the campus community
  • Create and evaluate attendee learning objectives for each scheduled event/program
  • Co-teach and co-facilitate workshops using public speaking skills and peer-to-peer education techniques
  • Offer events that appeal to a wide, diverse array of identities, backgrounds, and lived experiences
  • Actively seek input from the student body in order to determine the type of events that will be planned throughout the year
  • Schedule and attend weekly meetings with the Advisor
  • Track budget and archive information for each event
  • Complete appropriate forms to host events on campus in a timely manner
  • Contract people from outside the campus community
  • Co-sponsor with groups within the campus community
  • Implement dynamic marketing and advertising of events to reach students/ staff/ faculty/ community etc. as appropriate
  • Assist in development of on-campus diversity and social justice initiatives with student clubs, orgs, and entities
  • Complete additional duties as assigned by the Advisor

Compensation: $10/hr

Sports Officials (Referees)

Supervisor: Program Manager of Recreation & Wellness
Hours: Average of 6+ hours a week during academic year
Wage: $12/hour (anticipated)
Duration: August 2014 through June 2015

Overview:
University of Washington Bothell’s Sports Officials are responsible for providing an atmosphere of fun in a competitive, yet safe environment. Officials must be able to enforce Intramural Activities policies and playing rules in order to maintain an appropriate level of control, fairness and safety. They should maintain a positive attitude on-site and should always be striving to improve their officiating skills.

Sport Officials do not need to have previous experience. All Officials are required to go through a training to prepare for each sport.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Work 6+ hours a week during the academic year
  • Attend officiating trainings
  • Attend quarterly team meetings
  • Behave in a professional manner when on duty or participating in Intramural Activities
  • Explicit knowledge of and ability to enforce Intramural policies and sport rules
  • Be able to resolve conflict situations
  • Communicate game information with fellow employees and participants
  • Complete incident and accident reports when necessary with accurate detailed information
  • Assist the Recreation Supervisors with team check-in and conduct pre-game captain's meetings in order to start each contest on time
  • Assist the Recreation Supervisors with setup and tear down prior and following Intramural events
  • Examine playing surface before Intramural contests begin

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Currently enrolled UW Bothell student
  • Ability to officiate multiple sports (with provided training)
  • Understand and support the mission of Student Life and Recreation & Wellness
  • Ability to actively listen and empathize with others
  • Positive attitude
  • Good decision making
  • Must be reliable, responsible, flexible and willing to take initiative
  • Willingness to be put outside of comfort zone
  • Flexibility with schedules through the duration of the job
  • Willing and able to work nights and weekends

Requirements

  • Minimum academic success of a 2.5 cumulative GPA during the time of application and while employed
  • Must be enrolled and maintain enrollment with a minimum of 10 credits per quarter throughout the 2014-2015 academic year
  • Be in good standing with the University and never break any student conduct code

Universal Leadership Conference (ULC) Chair

Advisor: Program Manager of Student Engagement & Activities
Hours: Average of 5-7 hours per week
Wage: $12/hour (anticipated)
Duration: October 2014 through June 2015

Overview:

The Universal Leadership Conference (ULC) is a student-run conference that provides leadership experience and training for college students. The programming for this conference offers students a variety of opportunities to understand and reflect on the interconnectedness of service, social justice, and leadership. The goal of the Universal Leadership Conference is to help students understand and better themselves, their peers, and their community. We foster this environment by supporting inclusion, allyhood, and teambuilding.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Recruit and manage student volunteers for committee positions
  • Supervise project teams and committees to prepare for conference
  • Manage the logistics of event planning
  • Research keynote speakers for the event
  • Coordinate with university and college departments to ensure successful implementation of event
  • Meet with advisor on regular basis

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Currently enrolled UW Bothell student
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Understand and be committed to serving the mission of ULC
  • Positive attitude and customer service orientation
  • Ability to actively listen and empathize with others
  • Must be reliable, responsible, flexible, and willing to help and take initiative
  • Flexibility with schedules through the duration of the job
  • Previous experience with event planning would be appreciated, but not necessary.
  • Maintain a GPA of 2.7 for the most recent academic quarter or cumulatively, whichever is higher
  • Be in good standing with the University and never break any student conduct code violations