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Employment Opportunities

Jobs and careers at the Global Innovation Exchange in Bellevue, Washington

Student Positions

The Global Innovation Exchange hires teaching assistants and reader/graders on a quarterly basis throughout the year, including summer quarter. We also regularly seek to hire students for events, IT, communications, and the Makerspace.

Academic Student Positions

Academic student positions are covered by the contract between the UW and the United Auto Workers (UAW). For all other student employment positions, UW Compensation establishes compensation requirements in accordance with University policy and as described on UW HR’s Student Employees web page. Student employees must be paid at least the Washington State minimum wage.

Title/Pay Classification  Occupation Code Minimum Rate Job Duties Standard Qualifications
Reader/Grader 10886 $18/hr Non-teaching academic assistance Undergraduate or graduate student
Teaching Assistant 10817 See individual postings in
Handshake for applicable rate.
Assist in teaching Graduate student

Current Openings

Visit Handshake to find openings and apply for the following Autumn 2020 position ($25/hour):

  • TECHIN 510 – Programming for Digital and Physical User Interfaces (Hybrid): Reader/grader with background in electrical engineering or computer science
  • TECHIN 511 – Fabrication & Physical Prototyping (Hybrid): Reader/grader with background in human centered design, digital fabrication, engineering
  • TECHIN 533 – Corporate and IP Law for Technology Innovators (Online): Reader/grader with background in law

Staff Positions

The Global Innovation Exchange has the following staff openings. Please apply through UW Hires.

  • No openings at this time.

The University of Washington is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information.