Job Title: Client Caregiver • part time • Queen Anne
Seeking a caregiver for a client in her early forties who lives at home and needs consistent care due to a traumatic brain injury. This client loves spending time with her kids, working on her rehabilitation goals, and traveling!
Available Shifts: 20-40 hours flexible per week, including nights and weekends. There is possible additional shift coverage as needed. The family travels, providing opportunity for additional shifts approximately every other month.
Deliver 1:1 therapeutic support in our client’s home and community to support their goals:
- Physical fitness, nutrition, and overall wellness
- Personal care including showering, and dressing
- Socialization, boundaries, and communication
- Physical, occupational, cognitive, and vision therapy regimens
- Completion of proper documentation practices at the end of each shift
- Review communication from care manager and client schedule prior to start of each shift
- Foster client independence in life management, personal/self-care, and cognitive skills
- Provide consistency and continuity of care to achieve client goals
Skills and Knowledge:
Experience in and openness to providing full assistance and full care including:
- Personal care, bathing, dressing, driving client using family car
- Experience or interest in health care, rehabilitation, or social services
- Experience working with or spending time around individuals with traumatic brain injury, seizure disorders, and physical difficulties
- Strong communication skills and the ability to function with minimal supervision
- Ability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality, professionalism, and discretion
- Must demonstrate an ability to remain flexible, solve problems, and work collaboratively with others
Required Degrees, Licenses and Certifications:
- CPR Certification or willingness to obtain after hire
- Driver’s License and Insurance – reliable transportation is required – the selected candidate must have and maintain a clean driving record without any major traffic violations
- Undergraduate level education preferred but not required
- Contact Morgan Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Apply online: https://whitmireclients.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=36
Virtual Library Study Room
Sunday, December 13, 4 pm – 8 pm (EST)
Get Zoom link: http://ow.ly/SnGH50CBZ35
Don’t want to study alone? All students are welcome to join the UW Libraries’ virtual study room. We’ll provide motivational tips, a variety of soundtracks to study to, and opportunities for you to meet and chat with other students. Come for the whole time or stop by for a lightning study session. Studying for finals is hard enough– you don’t have to do it alone!
The UW Libraries and OWRC are offering several student-focused events this fall to support student connection, wellness, research and library skills.
- Finding Your Balance: Balancing Research, Coursework and Life: join librarians and students for this interactive UW Wellness Week event on Thursday, Nov. 19, 3-4 pm PST.
- Study Break with the Library, Wed, Dec. 2, 6-7 pm PST. Join students and the UW Libraries/OWRC for some fun, interactive (and informative) activities for you to de-stress and meet other students.
- Virtual Library Study Room, Sun, Dec. 13, 4-8 pm PST. Study for finals with other students. We’ll provide study soundtracks, motivational tips, and opportunities to chat with librarians and other students.
To attend, please sign up: https://forms.gle/vssAnxDQxraDGLLW6
More information about workshop logistics will be emailed directly.
Position Type: Hourly Paid Internship
Duration: Fall, Winter, and Spring Quarters 2020-21
Compensation: $16.39/hr, 14 hrs/week for 11 weeks (work study eligible)
The Undergraduate Research Program (URP) in the Center for Experiential Learning and Diversity (EXPD) promotes and facilitates opportunities for undergraduates to participate in research with faculty, provides a public forum for students to present their work, and offers advising and other resources. We currently seek an intern to support URP projects for up to 12 hours per week, preferably starting at the beginning of fall quarter 2018 and continuing through winter and spring 2019.
ABOUT THE UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH PROGRAM
As part of the Center for Experiential Learning and Diversity (EXPD), the Undergraduate Research Program (URP) facilitates research experiences for undergraduates with faculty members across the disciplines. URP staff comprise a small, dynamic team who assist students in planning for an undergraduate research experience, identifying faculty mentors and projects, defining research goals, presenting and publishing research findings, obtaining academic credit, and seeking funding for their research. URP maintains a listing of current UW undergraduate research opportunities and related national programs, and offers the Summer Institute in the Arts & Humanities and co-hosts other summer STEM research programs. The Annual UW Undergraduate Research Symposium provides a forum for students to present their work to the university community and the public. Information about our program offerings and ethos is available on the URP website: http://www.uw.edu/undergradresearch/.
WORK HOURS, LOCATION, AND PAY RATE
Work schedule to be determined quarterly. Pay rate is $16.39 per hour, for up to 14 hours per week for 11 weeks (work study eligible). Work location is currently remote until further notice. The office is located in 171 Mary Gates Hall, the Center for Experiential Learning and Diversity (EXPD). Occasional early evening hours desired.
The Program Development Intern serves as a member of the Undergraduate Research Program team. The internship will focus primarily on key development projects with opportunities to collaborate with staff on other activities depending on experience and interests. Primary and potential projects include:
1. Undergraduate Researchers Support Network Collaborate with URP staff and partners to coordinate student support events, including Research Community Connections.
2. Curriculum and Advising Development Support staff in revising and identifying new opportunities for curriculum building for students.
3. Undocumented Student- Friendly Website Using best practices and knowledge of policies and funding options, review website content and make recommendations for
incorporating content that helps undocumented students navigate quickly towards resources that are relevant towards supporting their undergraduate research experience.
4. Additional Program and Student Support Depending on interests, experience, and availability, other opportunities that can be incorporated into the internship include: support URP planning of events and activities that support undergraduate research engagement.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND EXPECTATIONS
• Meet regularly with Assistant Director to report progress
• Collaborate with URP staff and committees
• Support planning meetings for designated projects
• Effective research of best practices, policies, and strategies to strengthen projects
• Effective time management and communication of projects and outcomes
• Friendly, reliable and committed to student success
• Interest in experiential learning/research for undergraduate students
• Work well both as a member of a small team and independently.
• Leadership abilities including assertiveness, effective oral and written communication skills, and listening skills
• Creative problem solving skills, ability to balance a variety of duties, and attention to detail.
• Experience with computer applications, particularly Microsoft Word and Excel.
• High comfort level with computer technology and software programs, including online forms and surveys (webqs).
ADDITIONAL DESIRED SKILLS
• Professional or personal experience with undergraduate research
• Qualitative research experience (e.g. focus groups, survey analysis)
• Graduate student research experience
BENEFITS AND LEARNING COMPETENCIES
• Valuable experience in program development, assessment and evaluation, student services, and experiential learning in higher education.
• Interesting/relevant work environment for students who are interested in impact of undergraduate research on student experiences.
• Gain experience in time management, balancing multiple tasks and priorities, planning, organizing, and prioritizing work.
• Collaborate with staff, EXPD programs, and other campus partners to support successful programs.
• Work with friendly staff in a supportive, team-oriented environment.
This position will report to the Assistant Director of the Undergraduate Research Program.
Priority deadline for consideration is Wednesday, September 9, 2020
Submit the following three components:
2) Cover letter describing your interest in the position, as well as, any relevant experiences
3) Diversity statement that answers the following two questions (1-2 paragraphs)
i. What are your definitions of diversity, equity, and inclusion? What have you done to further your knowledge about these principles?
ii. How do your intersecting identities (e.g. race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, religion, gender) influence and contribute to your work, research, interactions and communications with the larger diverse UW communities (students, staff, and faculty)?
Submit application materials via Google Form: https://forms.gle/V1F27q4cYeSbjcpU9
If you have any questions, please contact us via email at email@example.com. Priority consideration will be given to those who apply by 11:00 a.m., September 9, 2020.
Nature of Organization
The Daniel J. Evans School of Public Policy & Governance is a preeminent school of public policy and management, serving over 500 students in three graduate degree programs: Master of Public Administration, Executive Master of Public Administration, and Ph.D. in Public Policy & Management. The school has earned a distinguished reputation for producing insightful policy analyses and fostering constructive community debate about major policy issues. The Evans School prepares leaders for professions in the public and private sectors and nonprofit organizations.
The Student Services team at the Evans School strives to provide students with the support they need to be successful throughout their time at the Evans School and beyond graduation. The Student Services team encompasses admissions, academic advising, career development, student organization advising, equity and inclusion work, and addressing other student needs.
The Evans School believes that our community should reflect the diverse backgrounds, opinions, experiences, and perspectives evident in the world in which we live. We strive for substantive inclusion and equity and continually work to increase our awareness and understanding of ourselves and the communities we serve.
The Career Development team at the Evans School is seeking a part-time work-study office assistant to
support in managing job and internship postings, employer and student email inquiries, social media
management, and administrative responsibilities supporting the greater Student Services team.
This position is only open to graduate and undergraduate students with work-study eligibility.
- Significant data entry, data maintenance, and system management in EvansJobs career
management system (Symplicity CSM software)
- Respond to and follow up on emails from employers and campus/community partners in timely and professional manner
- Troubleshoot student issues or questions regarding the EvansJobs career management system (Symplicity CSM software)
- Search relevant job boards and listservs for MPA-relevant positions and professional
development opportunities and post in EvansJobs
- Support Career Development team in developing marketing material for events
- Support in management of Career Development social media (curating content for posting,
engaging with various stakeholders, responding to inquiries)
- Assist Career Development staff with special projects, programs, and other duties as assigned
- Student MUST have work study authorization
- MUST be available to work 10-19 hours per week for the duration of the 2020-2021 school
- Demonstrate discretion and ability to respect privacy and maintain confidentiality
- Ability to quickly learn how to navigate and maintain databases and documents, including
Sharepoint and Excel
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including proofreading, editing, and professional correspondence
- Strong investigational skills and keen attention to detail
- Organized, conscientious, punctual, willing to pitch in where needed
- Familiarity with graduate students and programs, or a desire to pursue a graduate degree in the future
- Knowledge of, or interest in The Evans School MPA (and/or a career in public service)
- Experience with graphic design (ex. Canva, Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, Publisher)
- Interest in social media strategy and content management (ex. LinkedIn, Facebook)
Job Hours and Pay Rate
- The pay rate for this position is $16.39/hour. Work schedule will be flexible around student classes.
- Virtual schedule is flexible with the preference for availability during business hours, but upon return to in-person operations, schedule will be expected to take place between traditional business hours (between8am and 5pm, Monday through Friday). This job is on-going for the 2020-2021 academic school year, and applicants are expected to commit to the entire duration of the school year.
- The Evans School will be moving into our newly renovated building, Parrington Hall, in
September/October 2020. It is expected that this position will operate virtually for as long as the university and staff are doing so, but if and when in-person operations resume, would work primarily from the office in Parrington Hall.
- Opportunity to develop professional skills and work in an environment with a diverse population of students, staff, faculty, and community partners
- Gain skills valuable for careers in human resources, recruiting, career development, student
services, higher education, organizational management, leadership development and training
- Strengthen written and verbal communication skills
- Learn about careers in public policy and governance, as well as gain deep understanding of hiring processes for a variety of government and nonprofit agencies
- Stay current with job boards and postings across wide spectrum of public service careers
- Work closely with student services and career development professionals who can assist in your own career development and exploration process
How to Apply
Submit work study award verification form, resume, and short answers (no more than 250 words) to the following two questions to firstname.lastname@example.org (Please label subject line of email: Career Development Work Study Application Materials)
1. This role involves providing timely, professional communication with employers, regularly
utilizing online tools (Excel, Sharepoint, databases etc.), and strong attention to detail.
Describe the most relevant experience you have in these areas.
2. Provide an example of a time you used your administrative/organizational skills to improve
the quality of your work?
Applications will be reviewed as received, with a preferred closing date of August 28th
This position is only open to graduate and undergraduate students with work-study eligibility.
This position will report to Mellanie Rhae Tanada, Assistant Director of Career Development
- Graduate Admissions Specialist, within the Master of Science in Information Systems Program at the Foster School of Business.
- The position would work on admissions initiatives, communication, data-integrity, and more.
- It would be a great opportunity for a driven, independent senior or graduate student looking to learn more about customer service, marketing, higher education, etc. The full position description and application can be found in Handshake: https://app.joinhandshake.com/jobs/3903623
Please feel free to apply via Handshake or can contact email@example.com.