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This position focuses on the intersection of public management, public policy, and issues related to education, race, and equity, with a teaching load of six regularly scheduled courses per year in our Master’s of Public Administration program beginning in Autumn 2019, for a total of three years. There are potential additional responsibilities, including serving on School committees. Candidates should demonstrate fulfillment of the following requirements through any combination of teaching evaluations, letters of recommendation, research/publication history, or personal statement:

  • The ability to engage in high-quality teaching,

  • Extensive teaching or research experience (3+ years) in program evaluation, quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-methods research methods,

  • A deep understanding of graduate and undergraduate education in public policy and governance,

  • Demonstrated teaching or research experience with data science, and

  • Prior experience in an academic higher-education setting.

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This position focuses on executive leadership and management, and has a teaching load of three regularly scheduled courses per year in our Master’s of Public Administration program beginning in Autumn 2019, for a total of three years. There are potential additional responsibilities, including developing client-based capstone projects and developing executive education curriculum. The successful candidate will possess the ability to engage in high-quality teaching and should have extensive senior-level leadership and management experience in the public and nonprofit sectors. A deep understanding of the issues facing Washington state nonprofits and public agencies, plus extensive experience and contacts in the local and regional area will be welcomed, as well as prior experience in an academic higher-education setting

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The Evans School is looking for a full time Fiscal Specialist 2 to provide support to the Fiscal Specialist Supervisor and the Financial and Research Services team by performing fiscal functions in various areas.  We are looking for a candidate who has the capacity to learn quickly, discern details, possess strong investigative skills, and exhibits excellent customer service.  This position requires someone who can maintain consistent follow-through on work projects, and functions well under pressure from a high-volume workload.  The Fiscal Specialist 2 will have the opportunity to develop knowledge and understanding of University policies, procedures, and fiscal compliance. 

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The Advancement Specialist is responsible for a broad range of development and alumni relations activities designed to attract private support necessary to support the mission of the Evans School of Public Policy & Governance. Reporting to the Director of Development, this position provides oversight of day-to-day operations and supports the Assistant Dean for Advancement and entire Advancement team as they work with academic leaders, volunteers, and other advancement staff in the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of private support. As a member of the Advancement team, the Advancement Specialist will apply initiative and analytical skills to implement the Evans School’s annual development plan. This position interacts with all parts of the Evans School, individual, foundation and corporate donors, and many areas of the University of Washington.

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Have a course you’d like to teach at the Evans School?

We continually seek to add to our undergraduate, MPA, and PhD curriculum—complete this course/skills workshop proposal for our review and consideration:

Course/workshop proposal form

Email with questions.

Student Worker Hourly Pay Rates

Reader/Grader - $19.15/hr
Graduate Research Student Assistant - $31.92 - 36.86/hr