The skills and diversity students bring to UW-IT are vital to the success of many of our programs. Students usually work the maximum of 19.5 hours/week, and gain valuable customer service and technical skills.
|Job Description||UW-IT Area||Skills Gained||Position Status||How to Apply|
|User Experience Design Student Assistant||Academic & Collaborative Applications||
Knowledge of: full cycle of the User-Centered Design process, Agile development, IA, requirements gathering, UI design, branding and visual design, front-end coding and more
|Posted 11/23/15. Open until filled.||Email your resume, cover letter, and work examples to firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Canvas and Catalyst Tools Consultant||Learning Technologies||
Software support, testing and client consultation
|Always accepting applications||Submit an online application|
|Learning Technologies Web Tools Consultant||Learning Technologies||
Experience with software testing and QA; work with professional staff and developers to further improve products and services
|Always accepting applications||Submit your resume and cover letter to this dropbox.|
|Customer Service Positions||Network Operations||Opportunity to work with a large-scale network, supporting the operation of UW-managed networks||Accepting applications||Submit your cover letter and resume to this dropbox|
|STF Assistant||Classroom Technology & Events||
Experience with the latest audiovisual technology
|Currently no open positions||Email your cover letter and resume to: email@example.com|
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