The UW Department of Health Systems and Population Health (HSPop) often has openings for faculty, staff, and student positions. Apply today and become a valuable member of our team!
HSPop faculty are deeply involved in public health teaching, research, and policy.
Faculty also develop and test health interventions and translate research into practice locally, nationally, and internationally. Further, they are involved in many content areas and play an important role in improving health, as well as shaping health care systems and policy worldwide.
Please search for open faculty jobs on the UW Office of Academic Personnel website.
As one of the most innovative universities in the world, professional staff at the UW constantly seek new ways to keep us moving forward. Our reputation of advancing diversity, improving sustainability, and conducting ground-breaking medical research is built by UW employees driven to become part of something greater than themselves. At HSPop, our positive reputation of advancing diversity, improving sustainability, and conducting ground-breaking medical research is created and enhanced by many innovative professional staff.
Please search for open staff positions through the University of Washington’s employment website.
HSPop work wouldn’t be possible without the support of students, including research assistants (RA) and/or teaching assistants (TA).
Relevant opportunities and announcements from specific programs and other departments are shared with students via email. Studens can contact their academic program to be added to any student email lists.
Announcements for RA and TA positions are posted to student email lists and the UW School of Public Health Student Funding and Opportunities webpage. Additional student employment and internship opportunities are frequently offered by the school.
UW employment also helps students fund their education and/or research at the university.
Please Note: When searching the SPH Student Funding and Opportunities webpage, sort by opportunity type, such as RA/TA.