Washington University in St Louis

Saint Louis, Missouri

Institution Info

4 Active Postings

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Institution Type:

Private not-for-profit, 4-year

Institution Size: < 8,000 Students

Active Job Postings


  • Washington University in St. Louis, JOB ID: 51202

    Job Type/Schedule 

    This position is full-time and works approximately 37.5 hours per week. Some night and weekend hours will be necessary to meet students' needs. The ability to work on call is required.

    Department Name/Job Location 

    This position is in the Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Center, Washington University in St. Louis,…

    Salary Range:
    $48,087 - $62,517
    Additional Compensation
    Benefits This position is eligible for full-time benefits. Please click the following link to view a summary of benefits: https://wustl.box.com/s/8wkhs25yssf0775x9d6nd6vqa7obpth7
  • Executive Director, Office for International Students and Scholars

    International Student Services

    Summary of Position

    The Executive Director provides leadership, management, and direction for the Office for International Students and Scholars (OISS).  The Executive Director will serve as a liaison to all colleges that interact with international students and scholars. Serves as the Principal Designated School Official (PDSO) and Responsible Officer (RO) to fulfill the obligations for compliance with federal regulations related…

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    Coordinator Student Involvement (Coordinator for Residential Leadership)

    Housing/Residence Life Leadership Development/Programs

    The staff member is tasked with enhancing the out-of-classroom experience by advising our residential student leadership groups: Congress of the South Forty, National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH), and Ursa's Nite Life programming.  The coordinator will supervise three graduate fellows and serve as a point person for student leadership training, programming, and leadership training. This position collaborates with various departmental offices, including the…

    Salary Range:
    $45,000 - $48,000
  • Event Post

    Residential College or Community Director Position Description

    Housing/Residence Life

    The Office of Residential Life at Washington University in St. Louis has an opening for a Residential College Director (RCD). This position is responsible for enhancing the quality of life for residential students through the development of programs and activities which promote learning and foster an inclusive community. RCDs possess a commitment to social justice, as well as an open…

    Salary Range:
    $45,000 - $48,000
    Additional Compensation
    Competitive salary, furnished apartment, cable, internet, parking, and an excellent University and departmental benefit package, including partner policy and pet policy
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