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Campus Opportunities

Hello Huskies,

Are you interested in gaining a career opportunity working in a government setting? Don’t miss the Government Career Fair sponsored by the Career Center. We are offering you a great opportunity of interacting and connecting with government employers looking to recruit Huskies for part-time, full-time and internship opportunities. Bring your resumes, dress to impress, and come join us!

Government Career Fair
Wednesday, October 29th, 2-5pm
Mary Gates Commons
Open to all students and alumni from all 3 campuses.

The Office of Admissions is hiring a Student Assistant to work with our International Undergraduate Admissions team. The position is posted on Husky Jobs (HuskyJobs ID# 83605).

We are seeking an undergrad student (from the Seattle campus) who has completed at least 45 credits at our campus and is interested in working with international students.  We’d like a current UW student who has strong written communication skills as they represent the UW in many emails, and someone who has been involved in campus activities and can answer many questions about our campus. You can learn more about the job by going to the posting on Husky Jobs and reading the details there.

The Department of American Indian Studies is hiring an office assistant. Students who are eligible for Federal Work Study (have received an award of Federal Work Study for the current academic year) are encouraged to apply using this link and job number: 


Job Title:  Office Assistant
Job Number:  AIST01

 Curriculum Office Assistant

Job Title Curriculum Office Assistant
Job Location Curriculum Office, Schmitz Hall rm 248
Pay Rate $10/hr
Hours Per Week 19 hrs/wk
Email Address uwcr@uw.edu

Duties and Responsibilities
The Curriculum Office Assistant will be responsible for timely, thorough, and organized
curriculum application review and scanning, filing and general file management, copying, pdf file
manipulation, and additional projects as needed.
Minimum Qualifications
The position requires a high degree of responsibility, punctuality, reliability, organization, and
attention to detail. A qualified candidate will have at least one year of experience in a general
office environment. The ability to type accurately, follow written directions, a good command of
the English language, and editing/proof reading skills is required. Must be a team player and be
attentive, friendly, and have a good sense of humor.
Computer skills required: Windows, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Adobe Acrobat, Email, and
Educational Benefits
This is a terrific opportunity to get experience in University curriculum and program
How to Apply
Must be work study eligible. Contact Jennifer Payne uwcr@uw.edu

Student Office Assistant

Job Title Student Office Assistant

Department Name Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Job Location Health Sciences Bldg - B-wing

Pay Rate $12 - $16

Employment Period Summer, Academic Year

Hours Per Week 19 hrs/wk

Contact Supervisor Bridget Doyle

Phone Number 206-543-3097

Email Address badw@uw.edu

Website http://dental.washington.edu/oral-and-maxillofacial-surgery/

Nature of Organization
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (OMS) is a specialty of medicine and dentistry that focuses on the
diagnosis, surgical treatment, and management of diseases and disorders of the face and jaws. Our
faculty are trained to treat trauma, congenital and acquired defects and disorders, facial infections,
cancers of the head and neck region, as well as to perform extractions, placement of dental
implants, and dental anesthesia and sedation. The Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
conducts a predoctoral curriculum in OMS, a 4-year post-doctoral OMS residency program, and a
1-year, hospital based, general practice residency (GPR).

Duties and Responsibilities
Filing, making file labels, running errands, tracking compliance, distributing the mail, assisting the program manager process applications. Other duties as

Minimum Qualifications
UW Work-study; detail-oriented; self-starter; able to work independently with moderate direction

Educational Benefits
Great opportunity to work in a healthcare administrative environment.

How to Apply
Send a resume and letter of interest to Bridget Doyle at badw@uw.edu

Health Care Alternative Spring Break (HCASB)

HCASB provides pre-health students with the opportunity to shadow healthcare professionals in rural or underserved areas of Washington State during spring break. If you haven't already, please check out our website at www.hcasb.org and like our Facebook page.

If you'd like more information about HCASB, come to any of our information sessions:

TEAM LEADER Info Sessions
•   Thursday, OCT 2nd in PCAR 293 @ 6:30PM (That's this Thursday!)
•   Wednesday, OCT 15th in DEM 002 @ 6:30PM
•   Tuesday, OCT 28th in DEM 004 @ 6:30PM
•   Thursday, OCT 9th in SAV 264 @ 6:30PM
•   Wednesday, OCT 22nd SAV 168 @ 6:30PM
We hope to see you there!

If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact us at hcasb@uw.edu.  


EIP is sponsored by The Office of Minority Affairs.

Early Identification Program
173G Mary Gates Hall - Box 352803
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington 98195-5845