First Year Programs

Student Coordinator: FIG Training (3)

First Year Programs is seeking a collaborative group of three (3) organized, self-motivated, and creative students who are passionate about feedback & curriculum development. The FIGs Student Coordinator for Training team will be responsible for supplying constructive feedback for the modules of FIG Leaders during the Spring GEN ST 470 course. 

The FIG Training Student Coordinator position is limited to students who have previously been a FIG Leader.

Summary of Work 

The FIG Training Student Coordinator will:

  • Support the training of FIG Leaders through weekly written constructive feedback of modules that they develop during the Spring GEN ST 470 class. 
  • Track progress of individual FIG Leaders and keep 470 instructors updated on their progress.
  • Determine weekly themes of highlights or concerns from modules submitted. 
  • Manage time efficiently each week to ensure feedback deadlines are met.

Required Qualifications

  • Full time, degree-seeking, undergraduate student on the Seattle campus
  • Enrolled in at least 12 credits in winter & spring quarters
  • Good academic and conduct standing prior to and throughout the entire term of employment.
  • Weekly hour-long meetings with supervisor (*We will find a time that works for everyone during each week) 
  • Must be able to work March 28, 2022- June 10, 2022 
    • Minimum of 10 hours, maximum of 12 hours/week during spring quarter
    • Shifts will occur at the beginning of the week (Monday-Wednesday) 

Desired Qualifications

  • Desire to learn more about curriculum development & support others in that process
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to work independently
  • Preference to be part of a team-oriented and collaborative environment working extensively with other First Year Programs student leaders and professional staff

Application Questions

Essay questions are listed below and be sure to answer all parts of the questions. We encourage you to compose your responses outside of the application first and then copy & paste them into the application text boxes. Your responses are limited to 100-250 words per question, so please double-check that your responses fit after you paste them into the application. 

  1. Why are you interested in the FIGs Student Coordinator for Training role? 
  2. How do you stay motivated when you are working in an autonomous work environment?
  3. What was the most challenging part of developing curriculum as a FIG Leader? How did you overcome that and what strategies did you use? 
  4. What would be your approach to giving feedback to a FIG Leader?
  5. Student Coordinators contribute to a team with shared and specific functional responsibilities. What attributes would you bring to a team dynamic?

Applications are currently closed.