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Employment Opportunities

Faculty, student, and staff employees work for the Washington State University College of Education at the Pullman campus as well as the campuses at Tri-Cities, Spokane, and Vancouver.

Work for a world-class research institution. Whether you like a small-town collegial environment, or the amenties of a city, you may find a personal and academic home on one of our campuses, in one of our communities.

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Post-Doctoral Scholar Opportunities

The WSU Special Education Program has a 2-year position for a post-doctoral scholar in the area of inclusive post-secondary education programs. Additionally, you can contact marcus.poppen@wsu.edu for more information.

**As of 3/1/2020, this position is no longer accepting  applicants. Please contact the email provided above for more information.

Graduate assistantships

Washington State University Athletics is seeking applicants for the position of Student-Athlete Development Graduate Assistant. Click here to review the position description. Inquiries and applications can be directed to Shelby McKay, Assistant Director of Athletics, Student-Athlete Development, shelby.mckay@wsu.edu.

The Sport Management program will be advertising teaching assistantships for the 2021-2022 academic year in February or March 2021. Please direct inquiries to assistant department chair Dr. Simon Licen.

 

The WSU Special Education Program has several fully-funded graduate assistantships available to support candidates that are interested in earning a graduate degree related to Secondary Special Education and Transition. These competitive and mulit-year assistantships include research and service opportunities related to inclusive post-secondary education programs, statewide vocational rehabilitation and school partnerships, and supporting teachers and transition aged students with intellectual and developmental disabilities. These assistantships will prepare individuals to be leading scholars in their field, and some include a full tuition waiver, a monthly-stipend, and health insurance. Applicants who are not currently graduate students will need to apply for and be accepted to a WSU graduate degree program in Special Education, or a related field prior to being awarded the assistantship. For more information about these assistantships, please see the listings below and contact marcus.poppen@wsu.edu for more more information or general questions.

  • Special Education Graduate Student Funding Opportunity
    The Special Education program is seeking a graduate research assistant for a statewide research and evaluation project related to the delivery and coordination of school-based transition services for secondary age students with disabilities.
  • WSU ROAR Assistive Living Advisor (Spring 2021 and 2022)
    The WSU ROAR Program is looking for a student-staff member who works in the Nez Perce Village Apartments as part of the WSU ROAR program helping to create safe and engaged communities for young adults with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities (WSU ROAR students).
  • WSU ROAR Graduate Advisor/Instructor Student Position (Fall 2021-Spring 2022)
    The WSU ROAR Graduate Advisor/Instructor Assistantship, under the direction of the WSU ROAR program director, is responsible for coordinating activities, advising and providing support related to vocational skills, career guidance, social skills, life skills, and community involvement for WSU ROAR students.

 

More funding opportunities for graduate assistants can be found on the Graduate School website: https://gradschool.wsu.edu/scholarships-fellowships-awards/.