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Please note this position is a work study position. Candidate must have work study funds granted by a college or university, and must provide a work study authorization form prior to start date. Work-study eligible students from the University of Washington, Seattle University and Seattle Pacific University are encouraged to apply.
A lab in the Basic Sciences Division has an opening for a part-time lab aide. This is a work-study eligible position.
This lab aide will clean common bench areas, ensure inventory is well-stocked, put away glassware, and assist researchers with media prep work and experiments.