Student Staff Jobs

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.

Below are our immediate-need positions and those for which applications are always being accepted. Also, be sure to check out other great student jobs in UW-IT's Academic Services division that open periodically.

Job Description UW-IT Area Skills Gained Position Status How to Apply
Information Technology Accessibility Student Assistant Access Technology Center

Customer service, experience with accessible technology

Open until filled Email cover letter and resume to Susie Hawkey at
Help Desk Student Assistant Learning Technologies

Customer service, teamwork, additional software and hardware knowledge

Open until filled Upload your resume and cover letter to this dropbox.
Business Office (BO) Assistant Classroom Technology & Events Customer service, reconciliation, business office skills Currently no open positions Email cover letter & resume to
Canvas and Catalyst Tools Consultant Learning Technologies

Software support, testing, and client consultation

Always accepting applications Submit an online application
Customer Service Positions Network Operations Center (NOC) Opportunity to work with a large-scale network, supporting the operation of UW managed networks Accepting applications now (3 openings) Please submit your cover letter and resume at our dropbox
Program Assistant Facilities Services Will learn high level and accurate documentation of building and office spaces using AutoCAD and other information technology tools Open HuskyJobs
STF Assistant Classroom Technology & Events

Experience with the latest audiovisual technology

Customer service

Currently no open positions Email cover letter & resume to
Student Consultant UW Information Technology Service Center

Expanded PERL, Java, XML, & DB programming skills

Leadership experience

Currently no open positions Submit an online application

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