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Student Positions

Applications are taken only for open positions. Open positions for the Seattle, Bothell, and Tacoma campuses are listed on this page. To apply, read the job details carefully and follow the application instructions. Most positions require you to login using your UW NetID to upload a completed application.

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Open Student Positions

Media Center Student Technician
Posted 22 July, 2014. Open until filled.
Information Services Student Technican
Posted 21 July, 2014. Closes 22 August, 2014.
Public Services Assistant, East Asia Library
Posted 17 July, 2014. Closes 30 August 2014.
Public Services Assistant - Special Collections
Posted 16 July, 2014. Closes 15 August, 2014.
Digital Projects & Reference Specialist (UW Tacoma)
Posted 11 July, 2014. Open until filled.
Research Commons Student Technician
Posted 11 July, 2014. Closes 15 August, 2014.
Student Reference Specialist (UW Tacoma)
Posted 3 July, 2014. Open until filled. Bachelor's degree required.
Engineering Library - Reference Specialist
Posted 23 June, 2014. Open until filled.
Acquisitions Student Specialist
Posted 16 June, 2014. Open until filled.
Access Services Assistant (UW Tacoma)
Posted 8 May, 2014. Open until filled.
Student Technology Consultant (UW Bothell/Cascadia)
Posted 22 April, 2014. Open until filled.


Joseph and Jill McKinstry Libraries Endowed Fellowship
UW Libraries offers a unique fellowship to MLIS students at the iSchool that combines a scholarship with a paid work experience in the University Libraries system. The successful fellow receives a scholarship and an assignment in a University Libraries unit(s) based on the recipient's interests.

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Classified and Professional Staff Positions

Circulation Lead, UW Bothell
Closes 05 August, 2014. This Library Technician Lead position reports to the Manager of Access Services for the Campus Library at our rapidly growing Bothell Campus, and oversees the day-to-day operations of the Circulation unit.