Graders & Undergraduate Teaching Assistants for CSS/IMD courses at the School of STEM, UW Bothell, Winter 2024
UW Bothell offers student employment opportunities to help prepare students by providing practical work experience. Students are provided professional development and mentoring to develop skills to support post-graduation employment preparation and success.
Faculty in the School of STEM, Computing & Software Systems (CSS) Division, will need graders/readers and undergraduate teaching assistants for their Autumn courses. See the Application Instructions for how to apply. You may apply for more than one course. To see the instructors for the courses, please consult the Winter 2024 Time Schedule. Course descriptions can be found in the UW Bothell Course Catalog.
All positions are subject to course enrollment. Positions remain open until filled.
Graders are needed for the following CSS & IMD courses:
- Graders: Following the UW Classification Description for Reader/Grader, graders provide diverse services as course assistants, which will normally include grading student papers and examinations. Grader duties may also include: attendance at lectures, office hours, consultation with instructors, and other duties as assigned. Graders may not perform teaching duties.
- Undergraduate Teaching Assistants: Following the UW Classification Description for Undergraduate Teaching Assistant, undergraduate teaching assistants provide administrative support for quiz, discussion, or laboratory sections and serve as class assistants. Undergraduate teaching assistants may not perform teaching duties. Note: To be a teaching assistants for a course, you should be available to attend each class session. Undergraduate teaching assistant positions can be filled by undergraduate students only.
For more information on UW classification descriptions, see http://hr.uw.edu/labor/unions/uaw/ase-classification-descriptions.
The faculty supervisor will provide specific details about the duties related to each course and the number of allocated grading or facilitating hours prior to the start of your appointment.
These positions are eligible for work study.
Hours per week: 1–10 (to be determined)
Hourly pay rate:
- Undergraduate student rate—$19.25/hour
- Graduate student rate—$21.57/hour
- Undergraduate Teaching Assistants: $18.69/hour (undergraduates only)
Estimated work period: Approximately January 3, 2024 – March 18th, 2024
- Successfully completed the course or have strong knowledge in the area in which you are applying to be a grader or teaching assistant.
- Must be a currently registered UW student in Autumn quarter, taking at least 6 credits if an undergraduate or 5 credits if a graduate student, unless you were registered for at least this number of credits in Autumn quarter.
Note: If you are or will be working elsewhere on campus, be aware that students are limited to working a combined total of 19.5 hours per week, or 19 hours if work study, in all campus jobs when you are enrolled in classes.
All new student employees must also complete UW’s online Title IX course about preventing and responding to sex-and gender-based violence and harassment.
Please submit the following:
- Student Employment Form (fill out under Application Forms)—Required
- STEM Applicant Information Form (fill out under Application Forms)—Required
- Winter 2024 CSS & IMD Grader Application Form (fill out under Application Forms)—Required
You may also submit a résumé (submit as an Additional Document). This is optional but recommended. A cover letter and any other documents may also be submitted but are not required (submit as an Additional Document).
Please note: We may check your transcript to verify your GPA and grades.
For inquiries about this position, contact the STEM Student Hiring Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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University of Washington is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information.
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