[Englmajors] paid UW technical writing position (fwd)
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Thu Nov 12 16:50:10 PST 2009
> Job Description - Grant Writer
> Posting date: November 15, 2009
> Closing date: December 15, 2009
> Position duration: permanent
> A part-time (15 to 20 hours per week) position is available at Sensors,
> Energy, and Automation Laboratory (SEAL), website
> Sensors, Energy, and Automation Laboratory at the Department of Electrical
> Engineering, University of Washington, is a research organization focused on
> the design of sensors for biomedical applications, industrial automation, and
> energy efficiency. The lab has a part-time position of a grant writer.
> Duties include assistance with processing research proposals, project
> communication with team members, proofreading, and technical writing. Direct
> experience is not necessary, as training is available, however, the
> expectations are high with regards to applicant's abilities and motivation.
> Very interesting job for someone who wants to become a professional grant
> writer and/or enter the field of entrepreneurship.
> The applicant must meet the following requirements:
> - Native speaker of American English
> - Excellent writing skills
> - Excellent oral communication
> - Highly organized
> - Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office and Windows
> Desired, but not necessary requirements:
> - Experience with graphics design
> - Experience with Reference Manager or EndNote
> - Both students as well as staff will be given consideration. More than one
> position may be available.
> Starting pay rate is $14 per hour with progressive performance-based
> increases, and a possible eventual conversion to a full-time position.
> Please send cover letter and resume to lab director, Alexander Mamishev,
> mamishev at ee.washington.edu. In the cover letter, please describe you current
> student status, if any, GPA, reasons for applying for this position, for how
> long you may be available, and anything else you might find relevant. Notice
> that long-term interest in this position is preferred.
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