Position Minimum requirements
Community Service Officer

Minimum age of 18

Ability to successfully pass a background check (to include fingerprinting)

Possess a valid driver’s license

Excellent interpersonal and communication skills necessary.

Patient Services Representative

High school graduation or equivalent AND two years of general office experience or one year of office or customer service experience in a healthcare setting; OR equivalent education/experience.

Additional Requirements:

Experience working with reception or records in an office setting, preferably in healthcare or mental health with emphasis on client/patient service.

Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor of Nursing
  1. A doctoral degree in nursing or related field by date of hire.
  2. Clinical expertise, including eligibility for RN licensure in Washington State.
  3. Demonstrated ability to implement practice-based research studies addressing salient nursing and health care issues.
  4. Demonstrated commitment to diversity and the reduction of health disparities.
Clinical Assistant Professor of Finance

Candidates must:
1) Have a PhD or research-oriented DBA in business with a concentration in Finance or related field from an AASCB accredited institution or similarly recognized international program. ABDs with sufficient evidence of degree completion before the hire date and ability to publish will be considered.
2) Demonstrate evidence of overall teaching excellence (supported by teaching evaluations) and excellence in teaching the introductory finance course. 
3) Demonstrate the ability to publish in quality finance journals and maintain AACSB Scholarly Academic (SA) status within the Carson College of Business guidelines.

Executive Assistant to the Campus Director of Equity and Diversity

- High School graduation or equivalent and four years of clerical experience; OR equivalent education/experience

- Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe Suite, and database management

- Professional experience preparing correspondence, reports and presentations

- Experience assisting in planning and coordinating conferences, events, and workshops

Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering

Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering by employment start date and demonstrated ability to (1) develop a funded research program, (2) establish industrial collaborations, (3) teach undergraduate/graduate courses, (4) have published promising scholarly work in the field and (5) contribute to our campus diversity goals (e.g. incorporate issues of diversity into mentoring, curriculum, service or research).

Assistant Professor, Modern World History

The successful candidate must:
1. have a PhD in History (or strong evidence of completion of Ph.D. before employment start date);
2. demonstrated transnational expertise in 19th-20th century World History, including regional expertise in at least one of the following: Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean.
3. provide evidence of teaching ability and a commitment to mentoring students from diverse backgrounds;
4. provide evidence of developing and maintaining a productive research program; and,
5. demonstrate commitment to campus diversity efforts, social justice and inclusion (