Student Jobs at UWS

At UWS we strive to create a workplace filled with respect and appreciation of all persons that are a part of our university community. UWS further strives to achieve an environment that welcomes and supports diversity.

Equal Opportunity Statement

UWS does not discriminate in education or employment on the basis of sex, race, creed, color, national origin, religion, age, disability, marital or familial status, sexual orientation, or veteran status, gender identity, or any other basis prohibited by local, state or federal law. This policy complies with the spirit and the letter of applicable federal and local laws, including Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.

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How to Apply

U.S. Students
1. Student must be eligible to participate in Federal Work Study (FWS). Contact the financial aid office to determine eligibility.
2. If eligible, student may apply for any open position and will be referred to the supervisor overseeing the position.
3. If hired, student will need to provide documentation of eligibility to work in the U.S. to the human resources department.

International Students
1. Review the job description to determine if the position is open to international students. If the language contains “Student – Federal Work-Study only” then international students are not eligible to be hired. If the language contains “Student – U.S. Federal Work Study or International” then international students are eligible to apply.
2. Contact the financial aid office to go over any general questions and get the application process started.
3. Obtain a U.S. social security number. This process can take up to several weeks. Contact the UWS Designated School Official (DSO) to start the process.

Open Positions

Library Student Worker I

Classification: Student – U.S. Federal Work Study
Estimated hours: 4-8 hours a week
Compensation:$12.00 per hour
Number of positions available: multiple
Reports to: Head of Library Public Services and Access Services Assistant 

Summary Description:
The library student worker will be responsible for circulation duties in support of the W. A. Budden Library.

Specific Duties:
Provide staffing at the library circulation desk, perform check-in and checkout of all library materials, and assist library users with directional and ready-reference questions.

Primary Duties:

Perform check-in and checkout of all library materials including:

  • Reserve materials
  • Items held for library patrons obtained from other libraries
  • Receiving fines
  • Open/close library as necessary and may provide primary staffing for Saturdays and Sundays.
  • Assist library users with directional and ready-reference questions such as:
  • Library policies
  • Library hours
  • Locating journals and books
  • Minor computer, copier, and equipment maintenance.
  • Process patron hold requests
  • Stacks maintenance (re-shelving, shelf reading, dusting materials)
  • Light cleaning (i.e. cleaning plastic models)
  • Maintains order in Library and is alert to safety issues
  • Assist with special projects such as inventory


  • Be enrolled in the UWS DC program
  • Be qualified for federal work-study program
  • Be able to work independently
  • Be reliable
  • Have the ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing

Student Teaching Assistant

POSITION: Student Teaching Assistant
DEPARTMENT: variable in the College of Chiropractic
CLASSIFICATION: Student – U.S. Federal Work Study or International

ESTIMATED HOURS: up to 18 hours per week; varies each term depending on instructional needs
COMPENSATION: $13.40 per hour


Student Teaching assistants in the doctor of chiropractic program primarily assist faculty in providing lab instruction in a variety of courses.  Subject areas may include, but are not limited to, biomechanics, palpation, adjustive technique, physical therapy, history taking, physical exam, orthopedic testing, report of findings, taping/splinting, minor surgery, and report writing. Subject areas are chosen at the discretion of the Department Chair and Dean.


  • Observe, assist, demonstrate and offer constructive feedback to students in clinical skills development instructional lab sessions.
  • As appropriate, perform simulations of various conditions which may include having students take histories and perform examination procedures on the teaching assistant.
  • Meet with the lead course instructor and/or the lab coordinator as necessary for training, educational, and/or administrative purposes.
  • Read, understand and act in accordance with all FERPA standards established by UWS for protecting the security and privacy of student records.
  • Demonstrate appropriate ethical, communication, appearance and behavior attributes, consistent with being a professional.
  • Communicate with faculty and administrative personnel regarding schedule and availability in a timely manner.

Qualifications: (Knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to perform job)

  • Demonstrated proficiency in the clinical skills associated with the instructional assignment.

Demonstrated meeting all CCE Meta-Competency Outcomes pertinent to courses taught.


  • Have sufficient mobility to move among students engaged in various types of lab activities.
  • Have sufficient visual acuity to accurately identify student psychomotor abilities.
  • Have sufficient manual dexterity to operate adjusting tables and/or equipment as instructional activities demand.

Requirements: (Education, training and experience)

  • Must be 11th quarter or above.
  • Must have passed all courses to date and the Clinical Skills Assessment Practical Exam

Development / Donor Relations Assistant

POSITION:  Development / Donor Relations Assistant
DEPARTMENT:  Development
REPORTS TO:  Director of Donor Relations
CLASSIFICATION:  Student – US Federal Work Study only

Estimated hours:  Flexible schedule, prioritizing the student’s availability. Up to 8 hours per week
Salary:  $12.50/hour
Positions available:  1


The development and donor relations assistant will play a key support role in the office of development, helping its fundraising programs excel by developing relationships with potential donors and expressing appreciation for the many alumni, friends and corporations who currently provide financial support of the university and its students.

The assistant will also liaison with the student body to help identify potential fundraising activities, promote our corporate giving program, and will assist with data cleanup, editing and process improvements, helping the office to be more efficient and use its resources wisely.

From networking with UWS supporters, to developing skills like people-centered customer service, to honing computer, writing, and data management skills, this position has the potential to benefit the student long after they graduate, all while helping UWS grow and continue to meet its mission.


  • Prepare mailings – including solicitations and other correspondence
  • Update donor and friends contact information
  • Promote the services of the development office to the student body via ASB and advise the office of student events or needs that could be supported by the office.
  • Assist with fundraising analysis and reporting.
  • Input historical donor data and information into Excel.

QUALIFICATIONS: (Skills and abilities needed to perform job.)

  • Excellent people-centered customer service skills
  • Adept at MS Excel, Word and Outlook
  • Reliable and able to work independently
  • Strict adherence to donor confidentiality
  • Eligible for federal work study
  • Current enrollment in any UWS academic program
  • Strict confidentiality and compliance with FERPA/HIPAA
  • Ability to type, draft and speak fluently/grammatically correct in English

To apply, please contact the financial aid office in person or via email ([email protected]). Eligible students will be referred to Director of Donor Relations for application process. Position is open until filled.