Prospective Employees

Why Work for WSU Academic Outreach and Innovation (AOI)

AOI is on the forefront of WSU’s efforts to use innovative technologies and cutting-edge academic techniques to reach a wider and more diverse student population. AOI’s mission areas include WSU’s fully online Global Campus, the Learning Innovations faculty development program, year-round academics including Summer and Winter Session through Learn365, and Professional Education non-credit programs, conferences, and events.

As a team, we highly value collaboration, creativity, integrity, and innovative thought. We are a supportive group of professionals with a passion for transformative education and empowering WSU students and faculty around the world to collaborate and achieve academic success. We are always looking for new additions to our team to contribute their unique skills to this exciting and rewarding mission.

Equity and Diversity

Washington State University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action educator and employer. Members of ethnic minorities, women, special disabled veterans, veterans of the Vietnam-era, recently separated veterans, and other protected veterans, person of disability and/or persons age 40 and over are encouraged to apply. Please visit Compliance and Civil Rights to learn more.

Current Openings at Global Campus

Are you interested in joining our team? Current openings are listed below. For more information about working at WSU, visit WSU’s Human Resources prospective employee page.

There are no current openings. Please check back later!

Work Locations

On Campus (Pullman)

As part of AOI’s mission in support of academic technology and Global Campus faculty and students, we maintain a presence on WSU’s Pullman Campus, including at “The Spark” Academic Innovation Hub, Van Doren Hall, and various other campus locations. 


Some AOI positions are fully or partly telework positions (if a full or part-time on-campus presence is required, it will be noted in the position description or during the interview process). Telework positions will require signing a telework agreement. Minimum technical requirements include an internet bandwidth of 4.0 Mbps for upload and download. WSU will provide other technical equipment determined necessary for telework positions.

Learn more about telework requirements on WSU’s telework policy page.

More About AOI

AOI Vision Statement

Provide innovative, effective, and sustainable ways for students to learn and faculty to teach.

AOI Mission Statement

Research, identify, and implement innovations that improve access to higher education, enhance faculty engagement in teaching, and facilitate student success.

AOI Core Values

  • Innovation
  • Access
  • Integrity
  • Stewardship
  • Partnership

Philosophy of Service

Academic Outreach & Innovation will offer an exceptional customer experience founded on these guiding principles:

We are committed to professional standards of service that includes providing respectful, timely and accurate information whether conducted in person or through technology mediated communication.

We believe in offering the level of help that will solve customer problems without delay.

We believe in actively contributing to WSU committees in which we participate and lending our expertise to advance the work of the university.

Our customers may include prospective and current students, faculty, WSU academic and administrative units, corporate, government and educational partners, event participants, as well as staff members and work units within AOI.

We are committed to identifying, prioritizing and devoting our time and resources to programs and initiatives that support our vision, mission, and goals.

We believe in aligning customer needs, strategies, processes and technology to operationalize programs and initiatives.

In short, doing the right things the right way.

We will help each staff member understand how their work supports the vision, mission and goals of AOI.

We will encourage staff to serve as champions of the AOI brand in their encounters with the WSU community and other stakeholders.

We support staff training and professional development that results in measured technical expertise and customer service improvements.

We will embrace a culture of celebration to recognize the work of individual AOI staff and AOI teams.

We will provide a clear vision for staff so that each of us knows our responsibilities to individual and team projects.

We will assign accountability for project and service outcomes to appropriate team leaders.

We will ask all AOI staff to bring their best efforts every day to help inspire a culture of service among all AOI stakeholders.

Download the AOI Philosophy of Service (doc)

Notice of Non-Discrimination

WSU does not discriminate and prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex, race, color, national origin, disability, age, religion, creed, genetic information, marital status, protected veteran/military status, or immigration or citizenship status in any education program or activity that it operates complaint with Title IX and other civil rights laws and regulations. Inquiries regarding Title IX, ADA, or other civil rights laws, as well as reports of discrimination can be directed to the Compliance and Civil Rights, WSU ADA Coordinator, or WSU Title IX Coordinator. More information on WSU’s policies and procedures to respond to discrimination and harassment are available here: Nondiscrimination statement.