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Senior Lecturer, Part-Time
The Daniel J. Evans School of Public Policy & Governance, at the University of Washington, invites applications for a non-tenure faculty position at the rank of Senior Lecturer, Part-Time (75% FTE, 9-month appointment, UW Job Class Code: 0178).
This position focuses on nonprofit management and social innovation, with both teaching and administrative duties. The position has a course load of three regularly scheduled courses per year with additional responsibilities, including developing client-based capstone projects, developing the executive education curriculum, and co-directing the Nancy Bell Evans Center on Nonprofits and Philanthropy. Preference given to candidates with extensive experience teaching nonprofit management to masters’ and/or executive-level students, including overseeing client-oriented capstone projects with nonprofit and/or social-sector clients.
Senior Lecturer, Part-Time
The Daniel J. Evans School of Public Policy & Governance, at the University of Washington, invites applications for a non-tenure faculty position at the rank of Senior Lecturer, Part-Time (50% FTE, 9-month appointment, UW Job Class Code: 0178).
The position focuses on environmental and regulatory policy, with a teaching load of three regularly scheduled courses per year in our Master’s of Public Administration program. We seek a senior practitioner with extensive experience in public policymaking in the greater Seattle area and/or Washington State. The position requires close advising of capstone projects that MPA students conduct in the greater Seattle area and the Washington State Capitol in Olympia. The position therefore requires someone with extensive contacts in local and/or state government who can develop client-based capstone projects. Preference given to applicants who have taught environmental policy and can oversee environmental capstone projects.
Research Associate - EPAR
The Evans School Policy Analysis and Research Group (EPAR) at the University of Washington’s Evans School of Public Policy & Governance conducts rigorous interdisciplinary research on a range of topics related to agricultural development, digital financial services and other ICTs, health, and development policy and finance.
EPAR invites applications from qualified candidates for up to two non-tenured Post-doctoral Research Associate positions. The position may range from 50-100% FTE (part- or full-time, job classification code 0148), and is based at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington. EPAR Research Associates will work directly with the Evans School and other faculty on research projects likely to include: cloud computing and the Sustainable Development Goals, modeling and empirical analyses of smallholder farmer productivity, analyzing differential opportunities and challenges for male and female farmers, using market segmentation analysis, running simulations of intervention impacts, analyzing public and private funding for R&D public goods in health, agriculture, ICT, and other areas, etc. The specific project area will depend on the candidate’s background and he or she will be expected to lead at least one project, and provide support across a team of 14 graduate and PhD students on other projects.
International Executive Education Program Manager
The Evans School’s executive education programs have an outstanding opportunity for an International Executive Education Program Manager to facilitate and manage operations, marketing, and program development and planning efforts for an International fellows program, in addition to providing general support for the executive education team.
The executive education programs currently include an Executive Master of Public Administration (EMPA), an 18-month degree program designed for working professionals with seven or more years of management experience; non-degree, customized management and leadership programs for managers and senior executives in public sector agencies and nonprofit organizations; and new INTERNATIONAL degree and non-degree executive education programs are in development, which this position will be primarily focused on.
This position will report to the Evans School’s Director of Executive Education and work under the guidance of the Associate Dean for Executive Education, who is also the Principal Investigator for a major grant that will be funding a significant portion of the work for which this position will be responsible.