|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
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.
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