UW Information Technology is recruiting tech-savvy UW students to teach computing workshops. Both undergraduate and graduate students are eligible. Apply Now!
The Learning & Scholarly Technologies (LST) Computing Workshop Program offers seven series of computing workshops. These workshops offer a fun, casual atmosphere, designed and taught by our student instructors. These workshop instructors belong to a team of student instructors known as the Instructor Team ("The iTeam").
The iTeam develops, coordinates, and instructs computing workshops, customized workshops, and UW-IT student-staff training. These positions provide a rich and rewarding employment experience, especially for (but not limited to) individuals interested in careers in teaching or technology.
Additional information on the Workshop program including individual Workshop descriptions and Workshop curricula is available at http://www.washington.edu/lst/workshops/.
We are currently recruiting 3 individuals who possess intermediate-to-advanced knowledge on the technologies listed below. Qualified candidates do not need to be proficient in all the listed technologies but must be willing and able to learn new technologies. We will consider what each candidate might bring to the team, including non-technology skills such as teaching, writing, and public-speaking.
We are looking for instructors in the following areas of expertise:
Qualified applicants will possess both a working knowledge of a large subset of the aforementioned technologies and the desire to teach to others.
Instructors are expected to work (approximately) 15 hours per week throughout the quarter, including summer. Positions start at $9.50 per hour. Additional opportunities to make higher wages do exist on a periodic basis. More details about these higher wages will be provided during the interview.
Catalyst workshop instructors are expected to
If you are interested, please upload your resume and a brief letter explaining your interests and how your background qualifies you for an instructor position. Please submit via this Catalyst Dropbox.
We will begin reviewing applications on June 3, 2011.
A satisfactory outcome from a criminal background verification will be required prior to hire.
If listed on the Student Jobs page, then we are currently accepting applications for these positions.