Academic Student Employee Open Recruitment

  • David G. Pollart Center for Arts and Humanities | Staff Assistant | Pullman The graduate staff assistant for the David G. Pollart Center for Arts and Humanities works closely with the leadership team to ensure the smooth running of the Center throughout the academic year by assisting with programming, event planning, and communication with faculty and staff. Link to job description
  • Graduate Assistant, Fitness Instruction Primarily responsible for the coordination of the UREC non-credit group fitness and instruction programs.  Graduate Assistant will supervise, train and evaluate temporary employees to deliver classes in a variety of disciplines including group fitness, dance, and martial arts.  Will also assist with UREC weight room attendants and personal trainers. Qualifications: please visit the University Recreation Employment […]
  • Graduate Assistant, Facilities & Membership This position is primarily responsible for the day-to-day operation and administration of facility operation and membership services for the Chinook Student Center. This position will share responsibility for the primary management, supervision, scheduling of membership, office, and facility manager staff for University Recreation.  The Facilities & Membership Graduate Assistant will be responsible for training, evaluation, […]
  • Graduate Assistant, Cougar Crew Responsible for the development of technically, mentally, and physically competitive student-athletes to represent Washington State University Cougar Crew, a varsity-club sport within University Recreation.  Duties include active and ongoing recruitment, implementation of an effective training program under the direction of the Head Coach for Cougar Crew, as well as ensuring team compliance with University Recreation […]
  • Graduate Assistantship–System Strategy and Insight/Institutional Research and the Office of the Provost Institutional Research and the Office of the Provost are seeking a graduate assistant for the 2024-2025 academic year, with funding beginning in the upcoming fall term. This is a training position to support activities related to the support of Activity Insight, the reporting tool for faculty annual reviews. Excellent written and oral communication skills are essential. […]