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Join the Office of Research Information Services (ORIS) in our mission to accelerate research and advance innovation by delivering analysis, automation and on-demand information through a seamless research administration experience! Be sure to check back regularly as new positions will be posted soon.
ORIS Job Openings
The Data Integration Architect is responsible for creating a data model/architecture strategy that supports the integration of research administration and compliance systems with Workday financials.
*Senior Software Developer
The Senior Software Developer is responsible for all aspects of application systems architectural strategy, design and development. The immediate need will be creating a solution architecture strategy that supports integration of in house developed solutions by Office of Research Information Services and Workday Financials.
User Experience (UX) Researcher
The User Experience (UX) Researcher is responsible for all user research related activities at ORIS. This role is a crucial member of development teams that will ensure our user interfaces are useful and usable.
The Instructional Designer is responsible for overseeing and delivering the learning program for the Office of Research Information Services. The person in this role leads the design and development of online and instructor-led curricula for research administrators and researchers of the University of Washington.
*Requisitions marked with an asterisk (*) are eligible for the UW Referral Incentive Program. For more information or to refer a candidate, log in to the UW Referral Incentive Program page using your UW NetID.
What Do Current Employees Say About Working in ORIS?
“Researchers at UW explore significant advances in areas as diverse as astrophysics, cancer treatment, and renewable energy–just to name a few. It’s rewarding to know the software we develop at ORIS helps accelerate those research activities while also reducing the distracting administrative burden through automation when possible.”
“I like working at UW because the work/life balance is second-to-none, the work is meaningful and helping real people do cool things, and my coworkers are awesome.”
“There are a lot of choices out there right now for software engineer positions, but a majority are in the private sector to serve commercial interests. I enjoy working for a public university, knowing that the applications I make serve an audience who is trying to make this world a better place. ORIS (and the university by extension) wants to make sure that the workplace is enjoyable, challenging, and trying to cater to my interests or professional pursuits.”
“Working as a developer at ORIS gives me great satisfaction in the types of research that I get to support. The workplace culture is also very open to exploring different methodologies and technical solutions. I like working for the University because of the flexible hours, the remote work options, and the husky card.”