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Full/Associate Professor and Academic Director of Human Development

Ph.D in human sciences such as Human Development and Family Sciences, Community Public Health, Prevention Science, or Social Work with an emphasis in community policy or prevention, and/or a related area.

A rank of Full/Associate professor. Associate professors must be on track for promotion to full professor within two years.

Instructor, Mathematics & Director of the Quantitative Skills Center

Candidates must possess a Master’s degree in Mathematics, Statistics, Mathematics Education or a related degree

Experience in innovative development of and teaching undergraduate courses at the university level and working in a collaborative, team oriented environment are required

Successful candidates must demonstrate a commitment to working with diverse student and community populations

Instructor, Mathematics

Candidates must possess a Master’s degree in Mathematics, Statistics, or related areas, and a commitment to teaching a diverse student population.

Excellence in developing and teaching undergraduate courses at the university level and a strong commitment to student success is essential.

Office Assistant 2

High School graduation or equivalent and one year of clerical experience; OR equivalent education/experience.

 

Custodian 5

Two years experience supervising or directing others in large-scale housekeeping, janitorial, general or building maintenance or custodial work; OR equivalent education/experience.

Additional Requirements: Physical ability to perform the duties of the job.

Adjunct Faculty - Environmental Policy

Master’s Degree in an environmental science-related discipline

Assistant Professor, Environmental Chemistry

Ph.D. in an environmental chemistry-related discipline or an established record of publication and funded research in an environmental chemistry-related discipline by employment start-date

Demonstrated ability (or strong potential if early-career) to develop and teach undergraduate and graduate courses

Successful externally-funded research program or strong potential to develop same

Strong publication record relative to career stage

Ability to contribute to WSU’s diversity goals in research, teaching and/or service

Potential to contribute to research and graduate training Watershed Science and/or Earth System Science