Paid student positions

Paid student positions

Hourly Student Assistant Position

Applications: Send resumes to Amy Walker walkeraj@uw.edu

Opportunity for undergraduate/graduate student $20 hourly (5-10h/week) Verify verbatim transcripts of research interviews for 2 studies–one of families facing childhood cancer & family caregivers of adults with acute myelogenous leukemia (AML)

Will be given an audio and word file of each interview. To verify, the assistant will listen to the audio while reading the transcript, and make any necessary edits so that the audio & transcript match 100%.

Teaching Assistant Position (25% FTE)

Applications:  Please send an email of interest with your resume/CV and cover letter to Dr. Miriam Hirschstein, mir@uw.edu, with the position and course number you are applying for in the subject line, as soon as possible.                                                                 

A Teaching Assistant is needed in the Department of Family and Child Nursing for NSG 432 Infant Resilience and will be responsible for assisting the faculty of record in coordinating and managing this course. During spring quarter, the course will be in a hybrid format. The course meets in person Thursdays 8:30—10:50 and Dr. Miriam Hirschstein is the faculty of record. Preference will be given to those who attended the Center for Teaching & Learning TA/RA Conference last fall.

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Teaching Assistant Position (50% FTE)

Applications:  Send resume to Dr. Dougherty at cindyd@uw.edu by Friday May 4, 2018 at 5:00pm.                                             

We are recruiting for a Teaching Assistant in the Department of Biobehavioral Nursing & Health Systems to provide teaching related support for DNP Core courses (NSG 553, NSG 551 and NMETH 533) across the academic year (Autumn, Winter, Spring quarters)These graduate courses provide our students with theoretical and practical knowledge about the essentials of the DNP role to include Wellness and Health Promotion, Health Politics and Policy and Appraisal and Translation of Evidence to Practice).

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Teaching Assistant Position (25% FTE)

Applications:  Please submit your resume and cover letter to Cynthia Dougherty at cindyd@u.washington.edu on or before Friday, May 11, 2018 at 5:00pm.

Department of Biobehavioral Nursing and Health Informatics (BNHI) has one section to be staffed, 25% for NCLIN 302: Practicum: Health Assessment. This course, which is the first in a series of clinical courses, emphasizes beginning nursing skills in using the nursing process, communicating, interviewing, and performing a health assessment of the individual and an introduction to family assessment. Students are baccalaureate and accelerated baccalaureate nursing students in the first quarter of the curriculum. TA must have flexibility to attend lecture class and assist with in simulation lab meetings. Attendance at TA boot camp in September 2018 is required, date still to be determined.

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Teaching Assistant Position (25% FTE)

Applications:  Please send an email with your resume and cover letter to Dr. Elaine Walsh, Vice Chair for Education, Department of Psychosocial and Community Health (emwalsh@uw.edu), with the position and course number you are applying for in the subject line, by Wednesday, May 15, 2018 at 5:00pm.                                                                   

A Teaching Assistant is needed in the Department of Psychosocial & Community Health to provide support for Culture, Diversity, and Nursing Practice (NURS 407).  This undergraduate course analyzes the impact of cultural, social, and global factors on the health of multicultural and diverse groups at the individual, population, and systems levels. Students gain knowledge and skills to effectively respond to the healthcare needs of multicultural societies through non-discriminatory and culturally appropriate nursing care practice. The course is scheduled for Tuesdays 1:10-4:50 PM.

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