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Job Scene hosts great positions meant for students looking for part-time work, internships, and many more opportunities. 

Job Scene is updated Monday through Friday. If you need assistance in finding employment, stop by the Student Employment Office, CTC 307, and talk to Heidi Lindstrom.

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On-Campus

Students must complete Employment Forms in the Student Employment Office before starting on-campus employment. The following positions will offer: $16.28 - $20.74 per hour. A student worker with [2+] years of relevant experience may reasonably expect an offer of $16.28 - $20.74. Paid sick leave is available.

Summer 2024


ACADEMIC RECORDS

The Academic Advisement office is looking for a positive, friendly office assistant. Main responsibilities include daily office tasks including- phones, scanning of documents, processing student files and other duties and projects as assigned.

Preferred qualifications include attention to detail, the ability to take initiative, strong organization skills, proficiency with basic MS Office applications, good work ethic, dependability, clear written and verbal communication skills, professional appearance and demeanor, positive attitude and the ability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality. Candidate must have ability to work full-time during summer, and availability during school breaks. Position to start as soon as filled or beginning of summer quarter. To apply: Submit a Student Employment Application online. Ask to forward your application to Jonathan.Solis@wallawalla.edu, and send current resume and cover letter to Jonathan.Solis@wallawalla.edu. For more information, contact Jonathan Solís at 509-527-2167.


ADVENTIST INFORMATION MINISTRY – CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE

Adventist Information Ministry seeks motivated, dependable individuals to work as a Customer Service Representative (CSR). This is an entry level position with room for advancement. Support 30+ Media Ministries via Inbound calls, SMS, chat, and social media; Process ministry offers; Offer prayer, Bible studies, and literature; Seek to connect callers to local Seventh-day Adventist Churches. Expectations: Must be a fluent and effective communicator in the English language. Ability to communicate in other languages a plus, especially Spanish; Project a Christian Spirit with a friendly, professional demeanor; Working knowledge of the internet and Microsoft Teams; Ability to multi-task and problem solve; Must work weekend shifts (Saturday & Sunday); Must pass skills assessment. Full-time Summer work available. Interested students can apply by visiting adventistinfo.org/wallawalla.   


CHE VIDEOGRAPHER / PHOTOGRAPHER

The Center for Humanitarian Engagement (CHE) is looking for a Videographer to join their team as a part of CHE’s Marketing Department. Responsibilities include taking lead on capturing and editing short clips of volunteer experiences, participating in CHE programming, such as Service Day, and gathering/following up on impactful stories within or community. Pay starts at $17.50 and is based on experience. This position provides 8-12 hours a week with a flexible schedule. Junior or Senior with minimum 3.0 GPA preferred (Freshman and Sophomore with experience also welcome to apply). To apply for this position at the CHE, please send a cover letter and resume to CHE@wallawalla.edu and include “Video Position” in the subject line.


CHE PROJECT MANAGER

The Center for Humanitarian Engagement is looking for a Project Manager to join our team as the manager of our HeyNN (Hey Neighbor Neighbor) Program. The HeyNN Program works to fight isolation and loneliness in the community through a variety of programming including weekly challenges, a tool library and more. The Project Specialist works in partnership with other HeyNN team members to create programming, connect with the community to identify needs, plan events, promote opportunities, and more. The student should expect to be available for 10-12 hours per week. Flexible work schedule available. This position is based in their office on the WWU campus. Junior or Senior with minimum 3.0 GPA preferred (Freshmen and Sophomore with experience also welcome to apply). To apply for this position at the CHE, please send a cover letter and resume to Courtney.Clark@wallawalla.edu and include “Senior Project Specialist Application” in the subject line.


CUSTODIAL CREW MEMBER (SUMMER FULL-TIME)

Fill your summer days and your bank account while your hands are busy cleaning.  You will be trained to deep clean dormitories and campus buildings. The best part of summer custodial employment is getting to know your fellow crew members and listening to your favorites. May lift 50 pounds. Work is performed indoors. To apply, have your student employment application sent to custodial@wallawalla.edu.  


EVENT PERSONNEL

2023-2024 Summer and School year. Duties may include: setting up chairs, arranging stage, setting up signage, clean-up after event, event tear down, chair stacking for pickup, and other duties as assigned. Because of the nature of this position and the irregularity of when events may take place, this is primarily an on-call job or a second position on campus. We are building a team with working hours generally from 6-10PM. Please contact shawna.larsen@wallawalla.edu for more information.


FACILITTY SERVICES – PLUMBING

Facility services is looking for help in the plumbing shop as well as running errands for Maranatha who will be renovating Meske dorm. Responsibilities include servicing/cleaning the toilets and urinals on campus, moving supplies and making trips to Home Depot to buy supplies. If interested send an email to Chad Washburn at chad.washburn@wallawalla.edu.


FLOOR CREW MEMBER (SUMMER FULL-TIME)

You’ll work as a team to perform major carpet and hard surface floor cleaning in campus buildings. Carpet & Upholstery crew, possible day shift. Ideal candidates will continue employment into the next school year. Submit an Online Student Employment Application and specify that you would like to work in floor crew. 


KEY SHOP

The Key Shop is looking to hire a student worker. Ideally the applicant would live locally and be able to work during the summer. Help is needed through next school year. Applicants should have some mechanical aptitude as well as computer skills. If you are interested or have any questions contact Terry at terry.nelson@wallawalla.eduor call (509) 527-2636.


LIFEGUARD

The WEC is looking for lifeguards this summer. If you’re qualified and interested contact Michael Jimenez at michael.jimenez@wallawalla.edu or (509) 527-2906.


UNIVERSITY MARKETING GRAPHIC DESIGNER

Marketing and University Relations (MUR) is the marketing and communications entity for WWU and interacts as the interface between the university and the public. The role of the graphic designer is to create, design, and edit various materials for print and digital channels of media that MUR produces. Designers are expected to complete projects on time according to production schedules, and ensure all designed pieces align with the university’s Editorial, Branding, and Style guide. The ideal candidate for this position can prioritize and balance multiple projects in a busy work environment and must have proficient, working knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite (specifically InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop). Attention to detail is a must and the ability to think out of the box is desired. Graphic design or product design majors preferred but not required for consideration. If interested, please send an email to Aaron Nakamura, director for Marketing and University Relations, at aaron@wallawalla.edu. Include a resume, a portfolio of some of your work, and a statement outlining why you would like to work for MUR.


UNIVERSITY RELATIONS MARKETING CONTENT WRITER

The WWU Marketing and University Relations office is looking for a writer with these skills and interests. The responsibilities of this position include researching areas of academic study and the careers one could chase with various degrees. The individual will then write summaries and key talking points for strategic marketing materials. This position provides 2-4 hours of work per week and qualities of a successful candidate include the ability to communicate well in writing, attention to detail, creativity, a desire to learn and apply Associated Press style, excellent organizational and time-management skills, and the ability to work efficiently on your own interspersed with periods of collaborative work with other team members. To apply, please send an email to Aaron Nakamura at aaron@wallawalla.edu with your resume and a cover letter. Providing writing samples is a plus.


Fall 2024


AMERICA READS & COUNTS TUTORING

Walla Walla University partners with the local College Place Public Schools to offer literacy and math tutoring to elementary school students. WWU is the employer. Students hired should plan to commit to the program for the school year. Prior tutoring experience is not required. Applicants must possess good reading, writing and math skills. Other qualifications include patience, flexibility, and a good sense of humor. Priority will be given to education related majors. Interested students should complete the America Reads Application. MUST BE ELIGIBLE FOR FEDERAL WORK STUDY to apply.


CHAIR CREW

Multiple student positions are needing to be filled on the WEC/Gym Chair Crew Team for the 2023-24 school year. The Chair Crew is responsible for the setting up and taking down of events in the gym throughout the 2023-24 school year. Events such as: Welcome Back Bash, Family Weekend, athletic contests, and a variety of other events which are held in the gym. Because of the nature of this position and the irregularity of events taking place in the gym, weekly working hours may or may not vary. This will solely be dependent on days and times of events taking place in the gym. Applicants should be able to work quickly and efficiently. If you are interested or would like more information, please contact Mike Jimenez at: michael.jimenez@wallawalla.edu.


CHARACTER PERFORMER

As the university mascot’s best friend, your job is to wear a costume and perform various activities for the purpose of boosting school spirit associated with the university. You will make appearances to represent the university through walking, dancing in front of a crowd, participating in games, appearing at charitable functions, and taking part in other activities as requested. Marketing and University Relations is looking to grow its pool of mascot actors for summer 2024 and beyond. All actors must be willing to sign a confidentiality agreement and keep Wally’s identity a secret. If interested, please send an email to Jennifer at jennifer.buyco@wallawalla.edu.


KIDNASTICS INSTRUCTOR

Do you enjoy gymnastics and working with children? The Department of Health and Physical Education is looking for individuals to join the Kidnastics' program and instruct children in gymnastics' skills. Training provided.If interested, please contact Curtis Kuhlman at curtis.kuhlman@wallawalla.edu or (509) 527-2324.


MARKETING AND UNIVERSITY RELATIONS – WEB CONTENT SPECIALIST

The responsibilities of this position include becoming familiar with various web management systems to provide the WWU community with accurate and important data from each department, communicating with various department leaders and faculty about the changes in information, and ensuring that the digital content on WWU’s website is accessible. Qualities of a successful candidate include the ability to communicate well in writing, attention to detail, creativity, a desire to learn and apply the various types of systems used to maintain wallawalla.edu, excellent organizational and time-management skills, the ability to type on a computer proficiently, the ability to check and respond to WWU email in a timely manner, and the ability to work quietly on your own yet be ready to collaborate with others at a moment's notice. Position to start in mid-to-late fall quarter 2024. To apply or learn more about the position, please send an email to Jennifer Buyco at jennifer.buyco@wallawalla.edu with your resume and a brief explanation of why you’re interested in the position.


STUDENT DEVELOPMENT CENTER PEER TUTOR

Peer tutors help students understand specific course material and promote useful study strategies. The SDC hires peer tutors for a variety of subjects, including Math, Engineering, Computer Science, Physics, Chemistry and Biology, Writing, and Philosophy. Through working as a tutor, students can build interpersonal communication skills and stay sharp on foundational concepts. The SDC provides comprehensive training at the start of the year, and the opportunity to become a certified peer tutor through our National CRLA Certification. Tutoring is open Monday-Thursday 3-9 p.m., and 7-9 p.m. on Sundays. Most tutors work 4-8 hours per week. If interested, please apply via their online department-specific application here: Peer Tutor.

 

 

Off-Campus Federal Work-Study

The following jobs may only be filled by students who have a complete and actual Financial Aid File and a Federal Work-Study Award. Letters of eligibility must be obtained from Heidi Lindstrom in the Student Employment Office prior to contacting the employer. If interested in receiving Co-op credit for any of these jobs, contact the Career Center once you have been hired.  


AFTER SCHOOL CARE 

Rogers is looking for someone who can monitor students after school until their parents pick them up.  Duties include keeping records of who is there and signatures of parents picking them up.  Maintain order and safe playing conditions.  MUST HAVE FEDERAL WORK STUDY ELIGIBILITY TO APPLY. Please see Heidi Lindstrom for a letter of eligibility. 


SALES ASSOCIATE

ABC Christian Bookstore is looking for a sales associate. Assists customers with questions and purchases. Requires excellent customer service skills, tact, friendliness, attention to details and effective interpersonal skills. This is a federal work study student position. Responsibilities include: Greet each customer and help them with their needs, operate the cash register at point of sale, answer the phone and take phone orders, tidy, dust, and re-stock shelves as needed, retrieve and take care of messages left on answering machine, monitor books and other items on hold and call customers and/or put back on shelf as needed, change the music in the store, take note of stock shortages, and other duties as assigned. https://www.uccsda.org/jobs


TEACHER’S AID

Rogers is looking for someone to assist teachers by grading papers, creating bulletin boards, copying, and preparing classroom materials, working with students and filing/sorting educational materials. MUST HAVE FEDERAL WORK STUDY ELIGIBILITY TO APPLY. Please see Heidi Lindstrom for a letter of eligibility.

 

Off-Campus Washington State Work-Study

The following jobs may only be filled by students who are Washington State residents, have a complete and actual Financial Aid File and a State Work-Study Award. Letters of eligibility must be obtained from Heidi Lindstrom in the Student Employment Office prior to contacting the employer. If interested in receiving Co-op credit for any of these jobs, contact the Career Center once you have been hired.


ADMIN & MARKETING ASSISTANT

Administrative Assistant Job Description Duties: Assist in the continued development and implementation of marketing plan. Includes scheduling social media posts, email and text campaigns, and HOA deliveries. Organizing files, placing orders, and monitoring inventory via our POS. Organizing fundraisers and holiday events. Researching suppliers and new product ideas. Must have excellent communication skills both written and oral. Responding to customer inquiries. Other duties as assigned. 10+ hours per week. Flexible schedule. $17 per hour. Reliable transportation, proficient with social media, comfortable with word processing an Excel spreadsheet, excellent written and oral communication in person, by email, and by phone. If you’re interested in this position contact Tami Arias at (509) 301-3530 or tami.arias@yahoo.com.


COMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATE

The Communication Associate will support SonBridge Communication and Development in various areas of marketing, public relations and fundraising through writing, social media, photography and graphic design. Applicant should be a good writer and have interest in social media, enjoy hearing a story and writing it down, have an eye for graphic design to create flyers and posters, enjoy sharing information through stories, newsletters, magazine articles, brochures, event and calendar postings. Applicant must have experience writing and editing in English and will ensure alignment branding consistency, content flow, readability, and sentence variety. Spanish proficiency is also a plus. Skills should include proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, CANVA, Adobe Creative Suite as well as multitasking, the ability to work independently, and the ability to work well with other as needed.

To apply, email a cover letter and resume to search@sonbridge.org. For more information, call 509-529-3100


COMPANION ANIMAL CARETAKER

The Blue Mountain Humane Society is looking for a student who enjoys animals to work as a companion animal caretaker. The student will provide food, water, and clean-up for dogs, cats, and occasional other animals in the shelter. Must provide own transportation. MUST BE A WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENT TO APPLY. Schedule an appointment with Heidi Lindstrom to get a letter of eligibility.


FINANCIAL ANALYST – PART-TIME (PAID INTERNSHIP OR WORK STUDY)

SonBridge Community Center, a non-profit in College Place, regularly employs WWU students. This position applies finance and accounting knowledge in creating a multi-department budget for an $1M/year organization. Interact with skilled financial/accounting professionals. Develop skills with QuickBooks. Work approximately 8 hours per week with flexible days and times. See SonBridge.org. [For Work Study, MUST BE A WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENT TO APPLY.  Schedule an appointment with Heidi Lindstrom to get a letter of eligibility.] To apply, visit SonBridge.org, print and fill out an application and either drop it off or email it back to admin@sonbridge.org.


IT & AUDIO-VISUAL ASSOCIATE

SonBridge has an opening for a mission-minded, dedicated person with a curiosity for electronic devices. This position will pull on your passion and expertise in all thing’s computer, display, telecom, and audio. Help facilitate implementation and operations of computer and telephone systems for 20-30 users. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: implementing technology, comparing purchase alternatives, developing a project budget, and operating audiovisual technology. Work approximately 10 hours per week with flexible work hours and days. ​To apply, visit SonBridge.org, print and fill out an application and either drop it off or email it back to admin@sonbridge.org.


ONLINE STOREFRONT ASSOCIATE

SonBridge, a non-profit in College Place, regularly employs WWU students. This position will pull on your passion and expertise in computers, writing, photography, pricing, and web applications. Create postings on eBay, Amazon, Depop, Poshmark, and/or Etsy for unique and vintage items for SonBridge Thrift & Gift Store. Work approximately 15 hours per week with flexible work hours and days. See SonBridge.org/store. [For Work Study, MUST BE A WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENT TO APPLY. Schedule an appointment with Heidi Lindstrom to get a letter of eligibility.] To apply, visit SonBridge.org, print and fill out an application and either drop it off or email it back to admin@sonbridge.org.


RETAIL OPERATIONS ASSOCIATE

SonBridge, a non-profit in College Place, regularly employs WWU students. This position learns how to process incoming household donations and conduct operations in our Thrift & Gift store. A passion for people and the unusual is imperative! You’ll have the opportunity to learn prioritizing, conflict resolution, merchandising, cashiering, and safety compliance. Work approximately 10 hours per week with priority hours being 10am to 6pm Monday-Thursday and 10am to 4pm on Sunday. Capability to lift 50 lbs. is a plus. See SonBridge.org/store [For Work Study, MUST BE A WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENT TO APPLY. Schedule an appointment with Heidi Lindstrom to get a letter of eligibility.] To apply, visit SonBridge.org, print and fill out an application and either drop it off or email it back to admin@sonbridge.org.


SOCIAL MEDIA AND WRITER ASSOCIATE (WORK-STUDY OR REGULAR)

SonBridge has an opening for a dedicated person, experienced with the art of social media. This position will pull on your passion and expertise in storytelling, writing, journalism, photography, Facebook, Instagram, and web applications. Create regular postings telling of opportunities to serve as well as store promotions, special events, and people served. This position will work with staff to create 3-4 short, high-quality stories each week for web, email, print and social media publication. The stories will share the people, mission, needs and events of the organization. Work approximately 15 hours per week with flexible work hours and days. Visit SonBridge.org, print and fill out an application and either drop it off or email it back to search@sonbridge.org.


TEACHER'S AIDE

Davis School has positions available for Teacher's Aide. Duties include assisting teachers in the classroom, tutoring, correcting papers, making copies, organizing classrooms, and other duties as assigned. Helping with physical education, music activities, and supervising students on the playground are also included. Job offers 4-15 hours per week between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:00 pm. Being bilingual would be helpful. All applicants must have a high school diploma. APPLICANTS MUST BE A WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENT. Prepare to take a copy of your class schedule when applying. If interested, see Heidi Lindstrom for a Letter of Eligibility. The students will also need to complete the districts application https://cpps.tedk12.com/hire/index.asp.


BILINGUAL OUTREACH ASSISTANT

The Walla Walla Country Rural Library District is looking for someone to work Under the direction of the Community Outreach and Bookmobile Supervisor. the Bilingual Outreach Assistant is responsible for working as part of the Bookmobile and Outreach team to support outreach programming, circulation, and customer service functions. The Assistant is based at the Administrative Center and performs outreach duties including program prep, bookmobile collection maintenance, Spanish language assistance, tabling at events, acting as a representative of the District at community locations and events, general assistance to the Outreach and Bookmobile Supervisor, and other duties as needed. This position is 15-19 hours per week with the option for occasional added shifts. Candidates must be available at least 5 days per week, one of which must be a Saturday or Sunday. The schedule will be developed in partnership with the supervisor to accommodate various events and work around the student's class schedule. Candidates must be fluent in spoken and written Spanish and English and eligible for WA state work study. If you are interested see more information and how to apply for the Bilingual Outreach Assistant position.

 

 

Off-Campus

Walla Walla University is pleased to provide Job Scene as a service to our students. However, because WWU is not the employer for off-campus jobs, we cannot be responsible for the placement or terms and conditions of off-campus employment. You may view the full disclaimer by clicking on the link below.


AIRBNB CLEANER

Airbnb cleaner wanted for two small bungalows right across from the girl's dorm, less than 80 feet away, easy to walk to. 2 bedrooms/1 bathroom, choose your own schedule and flexibility through the app, pays out instantly after job completion. Prior cleaning experience preferred, but not required. Attention to detail and ability to follow cleaning instructions. Reliable transportation to travel to various Airbnb properties. Ability to work flexible hours, including weekends and holidays. Strong work ethic and positive attitude. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Please call or text Rachel Boram (alumni) at 541-425-1919


CHILDCARE ASSISTANT

A local resident is looking for a responsible babysitter for two kids ages 2 and 4 years old. Responsibilities include school pickup, homework help. The student must be kind, honest, upbeat, high energy, fun and loving. If interested, send an email to Brown Household at sb407573@gmail.com.


COLLEGE PLACE PUBLIC SCHOOLS CURRENT OPENINGS

College Place Public Schools have several openings including Substitute Custodian, Substitute Translator, Substitute Kitchen Assistant, and Substitute Paraeducator. If you have any questions, contact Irene Ureno (509) 525-4827. Use the following link to apply: https://cpps.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx.


EMPLOYEE RELATIONS SPECIALIST

Walla Walla Housing Authority is looking for someone who comes with a strong human resources background who can quickly connect and build trust effectively with a variety of people. Applicants will perform the human resource activities to ensure accuracy and compliance, manage the recruitment process through on-boarding ne teammates; training and education programs, collaborate with team leaders regarding employee performance and development and administer payroll and benefits programs. To apply use this link to Walla Walla Housing Authority.


EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT

Walla Walla Housing Authority is looking for someone who comes with a strong administrative background who can quickly connect and build trust effectively with a variety of people and likes to explore and contribute to bold ideas and learn new skills. Applicants will provide high level administrative support to the Executive Director, senior management teammates and the Board of Commissioners, oversee the day-to-day business support activities to ensure efficient and professional operations. Applicants require three years education/experience in business administration to include supervisory responsibilities. To apply use this link to Walla Walla Housing Authority.


FIREFIGHTER

College Place Fire Department is currently recruiting resident volunteer firefighters. The volunteers would be provided room and a stipend of $150 a month to live at the fire department. All training and equipment would be provided. Home volunteers are needed as well. If interested, contact John at (509) 301-2630 or e-mail JBoose@ci.college-place.wa.us.


LAWN & GARDEN

A local resident is looking for a student to help them with lawn and garden maintenance. Being able to work alone and having the ability to fix things without being told is preferred. The pay rate is $20 per hour. If interested, call Del Griebel at 541-310-7248.


PERSONAL HOUSEHOLD

A local resident is looking for someone to help with yard maintenance. Applicants should be willing and able to work for 2 or more hours as requested. The pay rate for the position would be $20 per hour. If you are interest call Joanne Martin at (530) 415-0227


PROPERTY HELP CLEANING / GARDENING

A Walla Walla resident is looking for someone to help them with house cleaning, yard work, gardening. Applicants with knowledge in small tractors and lawnmowers prefer and enjoy working with animals. Flexible schedule. The pay rate is $16.28 hour If you’re interested contact Jessica Smith at (509) 301-0691 or send an email at cowgirl.h2oathome@gmail.com.


ROGER'S BAKERY AND CAFE WORKER

Roger's Bakery and Cafe is looking for friendly and dependable workers within a variety of positions, including barista, sandwich maker, dishwasher, and more. The positions involve only weekdays and require a food handler's permit. The pay rate is $16.28 per hour. If interested, please apply in-person with a resume at 116 N College Ave, College Place, WA 99324.


WILDLAND FIRE FIGHTER

Scholl Fire & Fuels Management is looking for a motivated self-driven student to obtain the basic wildland fire course which is a combination of in house training, online and on the job. Students will need to be willing to work in all conditions, work hard, long hours, travel, camp and learn a rewarding trade with great pay. This is a summer job fighting wildland fires in the NW. Fire Fighters will respond to wildfires as part of an engine crew to suppress and contain fires. Crews will assist land agencies across the west in initial attack, mop-up and various other wildfire activities. The pay rate is $26.48. To apply contact Richard Scholl at 509-301-5211 or Ben Hays at 509-386-7089.

Internships

The following positions are listed as internship opportunities for students and graduating seniors needing experience. Seniors and Graduates may contact the Career Center for additional assistance. Because WWU is not the employed for off-campus jobs we cannot be responsible for the placement or terms and conditions of off-campus employment.


FOUNDRY10

The Youth and Educator SEL Lab at foundry10 is looking to hire a Graduate Student Researcher to assist in the design and execution of research studies focused on social-emotional learning, nature-based learning, and the professional development of educators. The Graduate Student Researcher will help develop a multi-method, multi-site research study that aims to learn how a mental health promotion pilot influences youth connections and social-emotional skill development within afterschool settings. The Graduate Student Researcher will also assist on other projects related to the lab and foundry10’s Health and Well-Being Team, specifically in the communication of research findings to researchers, educators, and community organizations. The Graduate Student Researcher will work closely with Dr. Helen Lee on research projects that require skills or expertise in the graduate student’s field of study. They will provide substantial collaboration on research projects, including helping to develop all aspects of the research process (e.g., designing a research study, recruitment parameters, data analysis techniques, technical and non-technical writing). Additionally, they will work with Junior Researchers in moving projects forward. The ideal candidate has (1) strong written communication skills, (2) research expertise in lab and Health and Well-Being focus areas, and (3) advanced training in qualitative and quantitative research methods. This is a part-time, temporary position with variable hours of 8-15 hours per week, for approximately 15 weeks or longer depending on project needs, with an anticipated start date in June 2024. Pay is $35/hr. Applicants must live in the state of Washington to apply. For how to Apply, visit : Foundry10


US NAVY CHILD AND YOUTH PROGRAMS - SUPPLEMENTAL STAFF

The TCYP program at Utah Tech University is offering a paid internship sponsored by the US Navy and Child Youth Programs, offered during the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. The duration of the internship is 12 weeks and compensation starts at $15/hr. Benefits include roundtrip airfare, nearby housing, rental cars, gas reimbursement, and college credit. Applicant must be a U.S. citizen who is at least 18 years old, has completed at least 24 college credits, and maintains a minimum GPA of 2.5.

For more information, visit: https://trailblazercyp.utahtech.edu/