Student Employment

Applications 

Student Affairs and the Diversity Center are hiring for various student positions! To learn more about open positions in our departments, click on the department names below. Please contact departments directly with questions relating to specific positions.


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Application open dates: March 18th, 2022
Priority close dates: April 24th, 2022

*Priority Deadline: Applications submitted before the priority deadline will receive priority, however we encourage students to continue to apply after the priority deadline.

Unless otherwise indicated, positions follow the above timeline. However, please refer to each specific positions for more details as some positions listed are still Accepting Applications.

Departments hiring for student employees:


Activities & Recreation Center (ARC)

A/V Tech Crew 

Applications Closed

UW Bothell students: Apply here
Cascadia Students: Apply here
The ARC A/V Tech Crew will support events in the ARC and elsewhere on campus with technical support setting up, running, and tearing down sound and lighting equipment. Prior experience with audio/video equipment encouraged and/or ability and enthusiasm to learn. This position requires an ability to work independently and within teams, as well as an ability to adapt quickly to ensure the technical aspects of events run smoothly. Cascadia and UW Bothell students.

ARC Building Manager

Applications Closed

UW Bothell students: Apply here
Cascadia College students: Apply here
The Building Manager acts as a paraprofessional and is responsible for maintaining the facilities and operations of the Activities and Recreation Center (ARC) when the professional staff is not on site. Under the supervision of the Director and Assistant Director of the ARC, the Building Manager is an essential part of the team that assists with ensuring ARC patrons and student staff are upholding policies and procedures. The Building Manager also ensures safety and security within the building as well as act as a mentor and leader to other ARC student employees. Previous leadership experience preferred, but not required. Cascadia and UW Bothell students.

ARC Front Desk

Applications Closed

UW Bothell students: Apply here
Cascadia College students: Apply here
Within the Activities and Recreation Center, the Front Desk staff supports events and activities within the facility. The staff in this role support the ARC, events that take place in the ARC, provide excellent customer service and assist in the day-to-day operations of the fitness center. Students will have the opportunity to work at both the ARC information desk location on the first floor of the ARC and also at the Fitness Center Information desk located at the lower level. Cascadia and UW Bothell students.

Fitness Center Attendant

Accepting Applications

UW Bothell Students: Apply here
Cascadia College students: Apply here
Fitness Center Attendants are primarily responsible for providing a clean and safe workout environment for participants in the Fitness Center. Fitness Center Attendants will create an inclusive, welcoming, and safe environment for patrons and ensure patrons are following all policies. They will be trained in CPR/AED and First Aid and work closely with Fitness Instructors as well as the Fitness Center Info Desk.  Open to Cascadia and UW Bothell students.


ARC Programs

Fitness Instructors

Applications Closed
UW Bothell students: Apply here
Cascadia College students: Apply here
Fitness Instructors plan, lead, and facilitate group fitness classes for the Activities & Recreation Center. Fitness Instructors create an inclusive and welcoming environment and work with participants to meet all needs and abilities within the class. All instructors will be trained in CPR/AED and First Aid and are trained to teach various classes such as Core Conditioning, Dance, High Intensity Interval Training, Indoor Cycling, Lower Body, Upper Body Strength, Yoga, and/or Zumba. Instructors will have the opportunity to learn and get certified in other formats. Applicants do not need to have prior teaching experience. Previous attendance in ARC Group Fitness classes is preferred but not required. Open to Cascadia College and UW Bothell students.

Intramural Staff

Applications Closed

Intramural Staff oversee the Intramural Sports program by supervising and officiating (refereeing) all organized sports and activities. No officiating experience needed. They participate in officiating a variety of sports, leading captains’ meetings, program promotions, and peer evaluations. They are responsible for on-site risk management, enforcement of all departmental policies, and provide on-going constructive feedback for participant and program improvement. Staff must be able to implement policies and playing rules in order to maintain an appropriate level of control, fairness and safety.

Accepting applications for the following positions. 

Student Official:

Focus on officiating, overall game management, and hosting programmatic events. Open to UW Bothell and Cascadia College students.
UW Bothell students: Apply here
Cascadia College students: Apply here

Student Lead:

Focus on overseeing league games and/or events, supporting officials, and addressing participants' concerns. Open to UW Bothell students only.
UW Bothell students: Apply here

Student Program Coordinator:

Assists with administrative duties as well as facility oversight during league games and/or events. Open to UW Bothell students only.
UW Bothell students: Apply here

ARC Personal Trainers

Applications Closed

UW Bothell students: Apply here
Cascadia College students: Apply here
Personal Trainers are responsible for providing one-on-one, partner, or group workout instruction to people desiring a program tailored to their specific goals and needs. Personal trainers will increase client confidence, knowledge-base, and self-efficacy, ultimately allowing the client to execute successful fitness behaviors on their own. All trainers will be certified in a nationally accredited certifying organization, such as AFAA, ACE, ACSM, or NASM) as well as certified in CPR/AED and First Aid. Open to Cascadia College and UW Bothell students. Priority open until April 24, 2022 with rolling interviews.

Outdoor Wellness Leaders (OWLs)

Applications Closed

UW Bothell students: Apply here
Cascadia College students: Apply here
OWLs develop, market, co-lead, and facilitate campus events, day trips, and overnight outdoor adventures for the Outdoor Wellness Program. They also work to maintain gear, and conduct inventories with the Nest Outdoor Gear Shop. Outdoor Wellness is dedicated to creating inclusive and welcoming outdoor programs for all UWB and CC students. Leaders will be trained in CPR/AED, Wilderness First Aid and various outdoor-related technical skills. OWLs will also have access to additional professional development trainings and opportunities throughout the year. Applicants should have an appreciation for the outdoors and be willing to spend an extended amount of time outside. No formal certifications or previous professional training is required. Applicants must have a current driver’s license and qualify to drive for UWB or CC. UW Bothell and Cascadia College students.


Career Services

Assistant Career Advisers (ACA) 

Applications Closed

UW Bothell Students: Apply here
Each Assistant Career Adviser (ACA) serves as a primary contact for students using Career Services by providing career advising to UW Bothell peers and assisting with program planning, marketing, and implementation. To keep up with the growing demand for connecting students to jobs, internships, and other professional growth opportunities, we rely on these student employees to do the majority of the resume review, cover letter review, LinkedIn review, and mock interview appointments. ACAs also assist in classroom presentations, workshops, and events held throughout the year, such as our Career Fairs. UW Bothell Students and Work Study eligible.

Student Outreach Coordinator (SOC)- Social Media & Academic Clubs

Applications Closed

UW Bothell Students: Apply here

Application open: Monday, Feb 14th
Application close: Friday, March 19th @ 8:59 PT.

The Student Outreach Coordinator – Social Media & Academic Clubs (SOC) will work with the Employer Relations Team to increase connections between student organizations and Career Services. The SOC will be responsible for managing the Career Services Instagram page, supporting and marketing career events, and providing guidance to academic clubs in planning career-related events. This includes creating, monitoring and recording content and performance of the Career Services Instagram page; connecting clubs to employer and Career Services resources for events; and supporting career fairs, information sessions, and on-campus recruiting to give students as many touch-points with employers as possible.

Student Outreach Coordinator (SOC)- Diversity Initiatives

Applications Closed

UW Bothell Students: Apply here

Application open: Monday, Feb 14th
Application close: Saturday, March 19th @ 8:59 PT.

The Student Outreach Coordinator – Diversity Initiatives (SOC) will work with the Employer Relations Team to increase connections between student organizations and employers. The SOC will be responsible for assisting Career Services in understanding the career-related diversity needs of student clubs. This includes working directly with diversity clubs and more broadly with student clubs interested in career-related diversity topics; providing guidance to student organizations in planning career-related events; assisting employers in making connections with diversity student clubs; and supporting career fairs, information sessions, and on-campus recruiting to give students as many touch-points with employers as possible. This position will also assist in creating content for Instagram, as well as, marketing Career Services events to all students.


Campus Library 

Campus Library Student Technology Consultant

Applications Closed

Under the general supervision of Library Technology Services staff, assist patrons using the Library’s computers to access online resources, and complete academic work.  (i.e: word processing, presentation, and spreadsheet applications, printing, scanning, and web browsers). Assist in the maintenance of the Library’s computer workstations in the Information Commons, classrooms, and study spaces. Provide technical support in-person, online, and via telephone for on and off-campus access to UW Libraries resources.  Circulate library materials, assist in the maintenance of circulated laptops, and other duties as assigned.  Adhere to mandated safety guidelines, including frequent cleaning of equipment using institutionally approved cleaners and disinfectants.  This position works closely with other Library staff to provide services in support of both UW Bothell and Cascadia student’s research, writing, and presentation needs.

Campus Library Student Circulation Assistant

Applications Closed

Under the supervision of the Circulation Supervisors and leadership of the Access Services Manager, provide equitable, quality, user-centered service to members of a diverse campus community and to the public at the library's Information Desk. Shelves, retrieves, shifts, and searches for library materials. Performs routine office support functions. Assists with special projects.


Diversity Center

BIPOC Student Advocacy Coordinator

Accepting Applications

UW Bothell Students: Apply here
The BIPOC Student Advocacy Resource Coordinator will be responsible for creating resource materials, coordinating with community partner organizations, focused on supporting the needs of BIPOC students. Creating print and digital materials, social media posts, and coordinating training from community partners organizations. This position will work directly with student clubs, UWB staff and faculty, and community partner organizations. The BIPOC Student Advocacy Resources Coordinator’s work is centered in creating accessible and supportive programing to reflect, engage, and support BIPOC, LGBTQ, Undocumented and low income students on campus. 

Communications Coordinator

Accepting Applications

UW Bothell Students: Apply here
The Communications Coordinator, in pair with the Media Design coordinator, is responsible for the media and communications of the Diversity Center. Creating the content, messaging, and ways students engage with the diversity center via social media, print and email. The Communications Coordinator work is centered in creating accessible means of connection between BIPOC, LGBTQ, Undocumented and low income students on campus.

Intercultural Community Coordinators

Accepting Applications

UW Bothell Students: Apply here
The ICCs are a programming body under the Diversity Center that focus on intimate events and community conversation centered programming. The identity focus of the ICCs is to support international & domestic students, as well as students of color, LGBTQIA+ students, first generation, undocu students, and more. Their main foci are to be the Student Diversity Center programming body, facilitate community building events and content creation, and have the ability to support and advocate for multiple marginalized identities here at UWB.

LGBTQIA+ Student Advocacy Coordinator

Accepting Applications

UW Bothell Students: Apply here
This position will focus on LGBTQIA+ student needs, resources and help with LGBTQIA+ student support programs through the Diversity Center. The LGBTQIA+ Student Advocacy Coordinator will be responsible for creating long lasting relationships, supports, and programs for LGBTQIA+ student communities on campus. Creating advocacy resources materials based on the specific needs of Trans & GNC students, survivors, mental health wellness. The LGBTQIA+ Student Advocacy Coordinator  will work directly with the Undocumented and LGBTQIA+ Program Manager, clubs, and students directly.

Media Design Coordinator

Accepting Applications

UW Bothell Students: Apply here
The Media Design Coordinator, in pair with the Communications Coordinator, is responsible for the media and communications of the Diversity Center. The Media and Design Coordinator is responsible for creating the images, templates and media shared from the Diversity Center. This position will create the media as a part of the print materials, digital materials, powerpoint presentations, and posters. The Media Design Coordinator’s work is centered in creating accessible and supportive images and design to reflect and engage BIPOC, LGBTQ, Undocumented and low income students on campus.

Peer Educator

Accepting Applications

UW Bothell Students: Apply here
The Student Diversity Center has rebranded the Peer Navigator position to the Peer Educator position. With the new name comes responsibilities different than what we have posted in the past. The Student Diversity Center Peer Educator will support the work of the center and fellow students in numerous ways such as being the first point of contact for students and others seeking assistance from the center, take lead and be part of campus and DC initiatives, serve as in-house and campus facilitators for various equity topics, and provide peer mentorship to a student over the Spring and Winter quarter.

Undocumented Student Resources Coordinator

Accepting Applications

UW Bothell Students: Apply here
This position will focus on the resources and supports needed for Undocumented students that the Diversity Center can provide. The Undocumented Student Resources Coordinator will be responsible for creating print and digital resource materials accessible from the Diversity center website, and resource events for Undocumented students. The Undocumented Student Resources Coordinator will work directly with Husky Dream Team and community partner organizations to create accessible resources. The Undocumented Student Resources Coordinator will serve as the first point of contact for students and others seeking assistance from the center.


Disability Resource for Students (DRS) 

Student Assistant

Accepting Applications

UW Bothell Students: Apply here

Application open: 03/20/2021
Application close: Open until filled

DRS recognizes disability as an aspect of diversity that is integral to society and to our campus community, and we facilitate access to a quality higher education experience for students with disabilities. This position supports the DRS office and alternative testing center by responding to questions and aiding communication between students and faculty, assisting students and faculty to navigate UW's myDRS online system, maintaining a busy scheduling calendar, proctoring exams, and ensuring excellent customer service and efficient administrative function in a fast-paced office environment. This position requires an ability to work both independently and as a part of a team, capacity to remain calm and compassionate while enforcing policies, and flexibility to adapt to rapidly changing conditions. Open to UW students from any campus. We hope to hire new staff for in-person work to begin in mid-September, however an early start may be possible immediately for training and support during peak testing times this quarter.


First Year Pre-major Program

Pre-major Peer Advisors

Accepting Applications

UW Bothell Students: 
Gain professional experience by working closely with professional academic advising staff and students. Peer Advisors meet with students by providing one on one academic advising support during drop-in hours and help students meet their goals using the various academic resources UWB offers while also supporting students with registration and short-term academic planning. For the 2022-2023 school year.


Health and Wellness Resource Center  

Health Educators Reaching Out (HEROs)

Accepting Applications

UW Bothell and Cascadia Students: Apply here
The Health Educators Reaching Out (HEROs) are peer health educators for the UW Bothell and Cascadia College campus. HEROs are trained to become Certified Peer Educators who conduct health promotion and prevention activities that address sexual health, interpersonal violence, mental health, and other priority health needs of the campus. HEROs will contribute to social change work in their community while developing professional skills around leadership, facilitation, program planning, assessment, communication, and more. UW Bothell and Cascadia students with experience in and/or commitment to public health, health education, health promotion, health equity, and social justice are encouraged to apply. This position will be expected to be available to work an average of 15 hours per week from September 2022 – June 2023. Open to UW Bothell and Cascadia students.


Orientation and Transition Programs (OTP)

Student Assistant

Application Closed

The Welcome desk in UW-1 is the information hub on campus that help students quickly access the campus and its resources to enhance their educational experience.  The Student Assistant (SA) will serve as the first point of contact for students and others seeking assistance from the Division of Student Affairs and the Student Success Center. In addition to greeting, assisting, and providing information to guests, the SA will also provide general office support for the professional staff members for both divisions. Successful SA candidates must exhibit leadership qualities both inside and outside of the classroom, be passionate about helping others, and possess a desire to develop their own leadership potential. 


Student Affairs 

Media, Marketing, and Graphic Designers (MMGD's)

Applications Closed

UW Bothell Students: Apply here
This is DIFFERENT than the media marketing (CEB). Media, Marketing, and Graphic Designers (MMGD’s) are responsible for the design and production of online and printed publications and posters for many units in the Division of Student Affairs and affiliate programs. An MMGD’s job is to successfully advertise an on-campus event or student resource to the student body through graphic and visual design. MMGD’s produce, publish, print, and distribute the BS Times. The successful candidates will have some personal or professional experience in graphic design and/or video production. Those with knowledge in UI and UX are encouraged to apply. UW Bothell students.


Student Engagement & Activities (SEA) 

SUMMER 2022 HIRING

We are hiring for the following on-campus jobs:

  • Campus Events Board - 3 positions
  • Project Assistant - 2 positions
  • Social Justice & Civic Education (SJCE) - 2 positions
  • Club Council - 1 position
Application open date: July 3, 2022
Priority close date: July 24, 2022

 

Associated Students of the University of Washington Bothell (ASUWB) Student Government

Applications Closed

ASUWB Parliamentarian (Fall '22-Spring '23): Apply here
ASUWB Treasurer (Fall '22-Spring '23): Apply here

Associated Students of the University of Washington Bothell (ASUWB) is the student government and serves as the official representative voice for UWB students. They exist to empower our student body. ASUWB promotes student interests and serves as a liaison between students and the university administration. ASUWB is composed of passionate and dedicated student leaders who are committed to advocating for all UWB students.

Paid elected positions include ASUWB President, Vice President, Directors of Outreach and Marketing, Directors of Student Advocacy and Campus Partnerships, and Director of Government Relations. 

Campus Events Board(CEB)

Accepting Applications

UW Bothell Students: Apply here
Campus Events Board (CEB), as part of the Student Engagement & Activities (SEA) department, plans a wide variety of large-scale events year-round to create positive, unique, and fun student experiences at UW Bothell. CEB programs include: ARC Carnival, Fall Celebration, SpringFest, Casino Night, dances, concerts, movie nights, spoken word, high-profile speakers, and more. CEB is the primary student-led programming board and an event planning resource on campus; they carry out inclusive, educational, and social events demonstrating the values of collaboration, inclusion, and creativity. The student team also often partners with other departments, student organizations, and vendors to plan, host, and promote meaningful and memorable events for all students. 

Club Council

Accepting Applications

UW Bothell Students: Apply here
Club Council members support, fund, program, and provide resources for all of the clubs at UW Bothell. They collaborate with club officers and members, coordinate multiple daily administrative tasks, advise on policy and funding decisions, provide ongoing officer trainings, support club programs, plan large events for clubs, and develop resources to improve the club experience. UW Bothell students.

Husky Herald

Applications Closed

UW Bothell Students: Apply here
The Husky Herald is the UWB student newspaper publication. Students involved with Husky Herald get hands-on experience in interviewing, reporting, article writing/editing, and publishing on a variety issues and topics for the campus. Students will also gain valuable experience in working with off-campus vendors, collaborating with other student groups and departments, marketing, recruiting, and hosting events throughout the year on campus. Student work that is created as part of Student Media is professionally produced and circulated throughout the UW Bothell community. We are hiring for two positions: the Editor-in Chief, and the Assistant Editor. Husky Herald also collaborates with the other Student Media organizations, Clamor and UWave Radio. 

Social Justice Organizers & Civic Education (SJCE)

Accepting Applications

UW Bothell Students: Apply here
The Social Justice and Civic Education (SJCE) team coordinate events and initiatives that promote critical dialogue, educate students on social justice issues, and provide civic engagement opportunities which see students working towards change in their greater community. This team of five student leaders works to build the campus community's capacity to recognize, confront, and deconstruct systems of oppression and, using a Dialogue-to-Action model, promote community change.  

Project Assistants

Accepting Applications

UW Bothell Students: Apply here
Project Assistants are student leaders who provide customer service for the department of Student Engagement & Activities (SEA). Project Assistants work in a team of 3 and perform their duties both individually and collaboratively. The time commitment is 15 hours/week during fall, winter, and spring quarters. Work is also available summer quarter 2023.

Working under the supervision of SEA professional staff, Project Assistants support student organizations and clubs, order and inventory office supplies, perform data entry, assist with marketing, and tech support, monitor email and social media accounts, assist and table at events, hang posters, do presentations on ways to get involved on campus, and perform general office work. Additionally, Project Assistants are trained to use software platforms, including Presence (funding requests) and Kentico (web editing).  

UWave Radio

Applications Closed

Station Manager: Apply here
Studio Engineer: Apply here
UWave Radio is the UWB student 24/hr radio streaming and podcast. Students involved in UWave Radio have the opportunity to get hands on experience in interviewing, reporting, broadcasting, podcasting, audio editing, managing a radio station, and learn how to use broadcasting equipment. Students will also gain valuable experience in working with off-campus vendors, collaborating with other student groups, marketing, and hosting events throughout the year on campus. Student work that is created as part of Student Media is professionally produced and circulated throughout the UW Bothell community. We are hiring for two positions: the Station Manager, and the Studio Engineer. UWave Radio also collaborates with the other Student Media organizations, Clamor and Husky Herald.