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Student Positions

Applications are taken only for open positions. Open positions for the Seattle, Bothell, and Tacoma campuses are listed on this page. To apply, read the job details carefully and follow the application instructions. Most positions require you to login using your UW NetID to upload a completed application.

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Open Student Positions

NNLM PNR Program Student Specialist
Closes November 27, 2018. Posted November 9, 2018.
Collection Assessment Assistant
Posted 5 November, 2018. Closes 28 November, 2018
Health Sciences Library User Experience Student Assistant
Posted November 5, 2018. Closes November 12, 2018.

Fellowships

Joseph and Jill McKinstry Libraries Endowed Fellowship
UW Libraries offers a unique fellowship to MLIS students at the iSchool that combines a scholarship with a paid work experience in the University Libraries system. The successful fellow receives a scholarship and an assignment in a University Libraries unit(s) based on the recipient's interests.
Guy and Charlotte Springsteel Graduate Fellowship
This fellowship is for select iSchool masters program students. Established by Frederick Springsteel, it honors his parents, Guy and Charlotte, who met at Western Washington University.

Librarian Positions

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Classified and Professional Staff Positions

Architectural Archives Specialist.
This half time position serves as the subject expert for the architectural drawing collections. Open until filled.
Vietnamese Language Cataloger
This position performs complex copy cataloging for monographs in book and non-book formats in a variety of subjects, primarily in Vietnamese. Closes November 12, 2018
NNLM Evaluation Specialist
This Professional Staff position will provide evaluation support to the National Network of Libraries of Medicine including conducting evaluation studies to assess the impact and effectiveness of NNLM health information programs and initiatives. This is a part-time (.5 FTE) grant funded position.

Internships

Internships allow selected candidates to further their education in a hands on setting. When offered, internships may be open nationally, or restricted to select educational programs. UW iSchool students should also see the iSchool Directed Field Work page: http://ischool.uw.edu/current/mlis/fieldwork-internships

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