EarthLab is seeking a Temporary Innovation Grants Specialist to support our efforts in administering the EARTHLAB Innovation Grants Program. This is expected to be a .5 FTE, 9-month position starting in August 1, 2021.
EarthLab is a visionary institute that pushes boundaries to address our most pressing environmental challenges, with a current focus on climate and its intersection with social justice. EarthLab does this by connecting the University of Washington (UW) to communities, businesses, non-profits, public agencies, Tribal nations and others to co-produce actionable research that generates solutions and strategies for local and global impact. EarthLab’s vision, an equitable, just and sustainable world where people and planet thrive, supports one of the University’s biggest goals. As a Carnegie-classified Community Engagement University, the UW aspires to be the #1 university in the world as measured by impact. EarthLab is inspired by and committed to this challenge.
The Temporary EarthLab Innovation Grants Specialist reports to the Executive Director of EarthLab, supporting the development and implementation of the Innovation Grants Program. This position is located on the Seattle Campus but will include flexibility for some remote work. The Innovation Grants Program invests in teams of University of Washington researchers, students, and community partners who are developing innovative solutions to pressing environmental challenges with a focus on climate change and its intersection with social justice, a strategic priority for EarthLab.
Duties for the Temporary EarthLab Innovation Grants Specialist will include:
Review the job announcement and submit an application on the UWHires website.
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Additional Cover Letter Instructions:
Your cover letter should include 1-2 paragraphs addressing your efforts to engage with diverse communities. What have you done to further your knowledge about diversity and equity in relation to your career field? Have you pursued specific professional development to learn more about diversity and equity? How have you demonstrated what you have learned?
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