Undergraduate Academic Affairs

Careers in UAA

Undergraduate Academic Affairs (UAA) is a catalyst and advocate for excellence and innovation in undergraduate education. We lead programs and services for all students to succeed academically, learn from their challenges, and explore who they are, who they will become and how they will contribute to their communities and the world. Our work ensures that undergraduate education is strengthened by the UW’s distinctiveness as a major public research university. Read more about our programs and values.

Undergraduate Academic Affairs is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion

We seek competitive applications from individuals who fully embrace the University of Washington’s commitment to racial equity, diversity and inclusion. We are committed to building and supporting a diverse and inclusive work team and to bringing these core values into our daily work with students, faculty, staff and the communities in which and with whom we work.

Equal opportunity employer and disability accommodation

The University of Washington is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information. The University is building a culturally diverse faculty and staff and strongly encourages applications from women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and covered veterans.

To request disability accommodation in the application process, contact the Disability Services Office at 206-543-6450 or dso@uw.edu.


Current openings

Paw print line drawing with purple outlineStudents, we love working with you! Student jobs and paid opportunities can be found on both UAA’s website and Handshake.


Remote work possibilities

Undergraduate Academic Affairs’ work centers around serving students. Therefore, it is important that our staff has a presence on campus. Depending on the needs of the position, some may be eligible for a remote/in-person combination. Currently, student-facing positions are eligible for one day of remote work/week and non-student-facing positions are eligible for two days of remote work/week.

Applicant resources

As you consider applying for a position at the UW, consider reviewing the documents below to gain a better understanding of the UW hiring process with tips on how to apply and construct your resume.

How to apply to the UW
Resumes the UW Way

Join UAA’s career opportunities listserv

Be the first to learn about UAA’s open positions or help us spread the word by joining our listserv. You can unsubscribe at any time. Follow this link to sign up. 

See what UAA staff are up to

Ryan Burt, director of Academic Support Programs, was interviewed by The Daily, August 2, 2021.
How in-person college will look for second-year students.

Megan Kennedy, director of the Resilience Lab, wrote a guest blog post for Together All, July 30, 2021.
Incorporating resilience building and management into mental health services for college students.

LeAnne Wiles, director of First Year programs, wrote an article for the UW’s Viewpoint Magazine, fall 2020.
Black Voices: Are you part of the problem or solution?