Student Technology Consultant - $10.50 to $14.50 per hour; NO OPEN POSITIONS
PLEASE NOTE: Workstation for this position is UW Bothell Campus Library. Work Study students eligible and encouraged to apply.
Under the general supervision of Library Technology Services staff, assist and instruct Library patrons in the use of computer software and hardware. (for example: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Acrobat, web editing , scanning, and file transfer applications). Assist in the maintenance of computer workstations in the Bothell Campus Library’s Information Commons, computer classrooms and common areas. Provide in-person and telephone technical support for on and off-campus access to resources, including the UW Libraries off-campus proxy service and Electronic Reserves. Circulate, re-image and assist in the maintenance of circulating laptop computers, and other duties as assigned. This position will work closely with other Library staff to provide service in support of UW Bothell and Cascadia student’s research, writing, and presentation needs.The Library features more than 150 computers, most with Microsoft Windows 7, Office 2010, Internet access, and other programs and applications to support student and faculty research. In addition, there are five scanning workstations, an adaptive technology workstation, and a fee-based print and copy service.
• Must have a strong commitment to providing high quality customer service.
• Experience using the internet to connect to web resources. Familiarity with Microsoft Office including, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
• Must be a current UW Bothell or Cascadia student enrolled for at least 6 academic credits.
• Must be able to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing.
• Must be familiar with the UWB/CCC co-located campus and its resources.
• Ability to learn new software and adapt to the changing needs of the Campus Library and Information Commons.
• Ability to resolve computer hardware/software/connectivity problems.
• Experience working independently and collaboratively.
• Experience using Windows XP, 7, 8 and familiarity with Macintosh computers and operating systems.
• Up to 19 ½ hours per week
• May include some evenings and weekends
Please note: Some appointments are temporary and may change from quarter to quarter, so please check here again next quarter.
Applications for open positions are completed online using Adobe Reader and submitted to a drop box which requires a current student UW NetID for access. If you are unable to complete the online application for an open position, contact a staff member in the Campus Library. Resumes are also welcome with applications.
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