Application is now closed!
For more information about the different positions, please visit the specific department's websites. Students can review the hiring process steps below and contact the department directly for additional questions.
|March 13th, Tuesday||Applications available via OrgSync|
|April 5th, Thursday||Applications due at 11:59pm|
April 9-May 4
|Hiring Managers will review applications, schedule and conduct interview(s)|
|Week of May 7th||Hiring Managers meet to make selection decisions and email offer letters to selected students|
|May 10th, Thursday||Deadline for students to accept position|
|Week of May 14th||Other applicants not offered positions will be emailed|
Activities & Recreation Center (ARC)
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. Open to Cascadia and UW Bothell students.
The ARC Building Manager will be responsible for ensuring the smooth operation of the Activities & Recreation center, assisting with opening/closing the building, serving as building liaison for events, and explaining and enforcing ARC policies to guests. This position requires an ability to work collaboratively, strong attention to detail, and professionalism. Previous leadership experience preferred, but not required. Open to Cascadia and UW Bothell students.
The ARC Info Desk team will support both the Fitness Front Desk and the First Floor Front Desk. At the Fitness Front Desk, this position will be responsible for checking fitness center patrons in, answering questions, providing safe and effective instruction of all equipment, maintaining and cleaning exercise equipment, enforcing policies, and supporting the outdoor gear shop. At the First Floor Front Desk, this position will serve as representatives of the Activities & Recreation Center, assisting with phone calls, checking out games and equipment, and providing information on ARC and campus resources. Open to Cascadia and UW Bothell students.
The ARC Operations Crew will support events and meetings in the Activities & Recreation Center, assisting with setup and takedown of furniture, stage, and event supplies. This position requires an ability to work independently and within teams, as well as strong attention to detail. Open to Cascadia and UW Bothell students.
The Assistant Career Advisor (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 job, internship, and other professional growth opportunities, we rely on these student employees to do the majority of the resume, cover letter, job & internship search, LinkedIn review, and practice interview appointments. Open to UW Bothell students.
The Graduate Program Assistant (GPA) serves as a contact for graduate students and students exploring or applying to graduate school. This position will research and provide career resources for graduate students at UW Bothell, support Assistant Career Advisor responsibilities, be a liaison to the graduate academic advisors, assist with targeted program planning, and execute graduate student oriented events and series. Advising specifically focuses on professional development, the graduate school application processes and portfolio development and offering programming targeted at applying for graduate school. Open to UW Bothell students.
The Student Outreach Coordinator (SOC) will work with the Employer Relations Team to increase connections between student organizations and employers. This includes providing guidance to student organizations in planning career-related events, and assisting employers in making connections with student clubs. The SOC will assist in 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 marketing Career Services events to all students. Open to UW Bothell students.
Community-Based Learning & Research
Achieving Community Transformation (ACT) leads work as a team to promote and aid in creating a campus climate and culture of service-learning, civic engagement and social justice. ACT leads plan events, programs, and service projects that promote inclusivity. These include, MLK Programming, Alternative Spring Break, Earth Day Events, Equity Workshops, Health Fairs, Voter Registration, etc. In planning these service and civic engagement events, ACT leads collaborate with community organizations in the local and greater Seattle area, in addition to internal departments/organizations at UW Bothell and Cascadia College. We are looking for students who are passionate about social justice and equity. Experience in event planning, facilitation, and organizing is welcome but not required. ACT is located in UW1 in the Student Success Center in the Office of Community Based Learning and Research. Additional application materials may be required upon request. Open to UW Bothell students.
Disability Resources for Students (DRS)
Disability Resources for Students (DRS) recognizes disability as an aspect of diversity that is integral to society and to our campus community. DRS staff, including student assistants, are committed to ensuring access to a quality higher education experience for a diverse student population. This position supports alternative testing arrangements by facilitating communication between students and faculty, maintaining a busy scheduling calendar, proctoring exams, assisting students and faculty to navigate UW's myDRS online system, training and tracking special equipment users, troubleshooting problems, and ensuring excellent customer service, efficient administrative function, and strict confidentiality protection in a fast-paced office environment. This position requires strong oral and written communication skills, ability to work both independently and as part of a team, capacity to remain calm and compassionate while enforcing policies, and flexibility to adapt to rapidly changing conditions. Open to UW Bothell students; applicants eligible for work study financial aid preferred.
The Diversity Center Student Assistants will serve as the first point of contact for students and others seeking assistance from the Center and will serve as representatives of the student diversity center. In addition to greeting, assisting, scheduling rooms, and providing information to students and guests, the employee will also provide general office support for the professional staff members in the Center. Student Assistants will also play a key role in networking, collaborating, and researching the opportunities, resources, and services offered on campus and in the community in terms of serving and developing programs and support services for minoritized students, and programs and opportunities with a social justice, equity, and inclusion focus. The Student Assistants will conduct Focus Groups, Surveys, and Forums to gain information regarding campus input for the center in terms of services, programs, naming, etc.
Successful candidates will demonstrate an understanding of intersectional identity and social justice, ability to network and collaborate with others, and ability to work independently and as a member of a team. Additionally, successful candidates must be passionate about helping others and have a desire to develop their own leadership. Open to UW Bothell students.
Recreation & Wellness (Rec & Well)
Fitness Instructors will help educate students about the campus fitness center, teach fitness classes (training and certifications provided), and market fitness programs. Possible class formats include traditional, cardio (kickboxing, step), mind/body (yoga, Pilates), strength training, dance/Zumba and other sport conditioning formats. Fitness instructors promote an inclusive and welcoming atmosphere for participants of all fitness levels. Open to Cascadia and UW Bothell students.
The HEROs (Health Educators Reaching Out) are UW Bothell’s Certified Peer Health Educators. HEROs are hired and trained to develop campus outreach programs on the following topics: Sexual Health, Diversity & Inclusion, Violence Prevention, Body Image & Nutrition, Mental Health, and Alcohol & Other Drugs. HEROs make health research, campus resources, and sustainable wellness skills accessible to students. HEROs will collaborate as a team and with other departments to create inclusive and diverse programs that promote and celebrate diversity. Open to UW Bothell students.
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. Open to UW Bothell students.
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 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 UW Bothell. Open to UW Bothell students.
Student Engagement & Activities (SEA)
Campus Events Board plans a variety of large-scale events year-round that create a positive college experience for students. Events include the Masquerade Ball, Spring Fest, Spooktacular, movie nights, Casino Night, national speakers, documentaries, comedians, and major concerts. Positions include three event planners, one graphic designer (see below), one public relations coordinator, and one chairperson. Open to UW Bothell students.
The Graphic Designers for Campus Events Board is responsible for designing print and electronic publications and promotional materials for CEB events and initiatives. The graphic designer works collaboratively with the other CEB students to produce creative and professional marketing campaigns, and play a role in maximizing the success and awareness of CEB events. This position also works at CEB events. Open to UW Bothell students.
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. No prior experience with clubs is necessary, but experience is welcome! Open to UW Bothell students.
Intercultural Coordinators (ICC) are current international and domestic students who offer opportunities for all students to share experiences across different cultures and social groups. ICC plan and implement education and social events that strengthen cross-cultural communication and engagement, connects international and domestic students, and honor our diverse cultures on campus. Open to UW Bothell students.
The Social Justice Organizers (SJO) team plans and facilitate many events, programs, and workshops for students on topics of diversity, social justice, and identity. SJOs are passionate about equity and social justice and are dedicated to creating community and inclusion on our campus by providing a platform for dialogue. Experience in event planning, dialogue facilitation, and organizing is welcome but not required. Open to UW Bothell students.
The Student Project Assistants will provide administrative support for the Student Engagement & Activities department. Duties will include providing superior customer service to students and staff, data entry, filing, responding to emails, making copies, supporting events/programs and awards ceremonies, marketing, creating and hanging posters, supporting student organizations, and general office work. Student Project Assistants will also be trained on OrgSync, financial systems, website development, and other software systems as needed. Open to UW Bothell students.
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. MMGD’s produce, publish, and distribute the BS Times. The successful candidates will have some personal or professional experience in graphic design; video production experience is a bonus. Those with knowledge in UI and UX are encouraged to apply as well. Open to UW Bothell students.