Graduate Funding Information Service

November 23, 2021

Teaching Assistant (TA) for ANTH 211/AES 211/ENVIR 211 Environmental Justice Winter 2022

Application deadline: December 3, 2021

  • Employment for UW graduate student enrolled full time (10+ credit hours in winter quarter)
  • Requires completion of at least one grad level course related to environmental justice
  • Compensation includes salary, tuition waiver, and health insurance eligibility
  • Winter quarter 2022

TA Position: ANTH 211/AES 211/ENVIR 211  Environmental Justice
Dates of Employment: 12/16/2021 – 03/15/2022
Hours: 20 hours per week

REQUIREMENTS:
Candidates should have the following qualifications:

  • Completed at least one grad level course related to environmental justice (e.g. ANTH 459, 487 or 570 or other)
  • Currently registered UW Graduate Student in good standing and eligible to hold a Graduate Student Assistantship.

TERMS:

  • Candidates are hired through graduate appointments; applicants must therefore be enrolled at the UW and be in good standing with ten credits or more of graduate coursework during winter quarter.
  • Credit Load: Must be enrolled at the UW for at least 10 credits each quarter in a graduate program for Winter 2022.

SALARY & BENEFITS:

  • Salary $5,020 (prorated to $2,510/month for 50% FTE)
  • Benefits: Graduate Appointee Insurance Plan (GAIP) coverage.

HOW TO APPLY:  email the following materials to Catherine Zeigler at czeigler@uw.edu

  • one-paragraph statement of interest outlining relevant skills and experience related to environmental justice
  • academic CV/resume
  • unofficial transcript

Your application will not be considered complete, nor will it be reviewed, without the required responses addressing the questions above.

Application Closing Date: 12/03/2021

Notification Date: Applicants will be notified of their status within one week of closing date

Applicants considered for this position will be required to disclose if they are the subject of any substantiated findings or current investigations related to sexual misconduct at their current employment and past employment. Disclosure is required under Washington state law