Jobs at TRI


Jobs at TRI

The Research Institute at Western Oregon University is dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals by facilitating positive change in education, health, and social service systems. We have a diverse staff who work collaboratively with a variety of organizations in the local area, in Oregon, the region and the country.


TRI Fast Facts

  • 64 employees
  • Ages 18-71
  • Length of employment 1 month to 45 years
  • Part-time and full time employment
  • Advantages include taking classes at staff rates and potential for career development


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Current Openings

Infant Toddler Center Teacher

The Research Institute (TRI) at Western Oregon University (WOU) is seeking two full-time teachers for their Central Child Development Center (Central CDC) location that serves infants and toddlers. The appointment is renewed through an annual Notice of Appointment, dependent upon satisfactory job performance. The Central CDC provides Early Head Start services in partnership with Community Action Head Start and Central High School. TRI Central CDC seeks to provide quality care and education to young children ages six weeks to three years and their families. The individual needs of children in the areas of social-emotional, physical, cognitive and language development will be promoted in an age appropriate manner, fostering a lifelong joy of learning. The Child Development Center supports families by partnering with them in every aspect of their child’s growth and development through daily communication and home visits.

For more information: JOB317-Central CDC Teacher.pdf


Educational Technology Integration Lead Project Specialist   

The Research Institute (TRI) at Western Oregon University is seeking a full-­‐time, 12-month  fixed term Project Specialist for the National Center on Deaf-­‐Blindness (NCDB). The appointment is  renewed through an annual Notice of Appointment, dependent upon satisfactory job performance  and/or continued funding.

Understanding of Deaf-­Blind content is not a pre-­requisite to this Project Specialist position. This  position does have the opportunity for participation in national partnerships for research,  presentation and publication.  

For more information: JOB309-TRI NCDB Lead Project Specialist May2015 FINAL5.pdf


Child Development Center Part-Time Teacher

The Research Institute (TRI) at Western Oregon University is seeking a part-time, hourly teacher to support the Child Development Center’s teaching staff with the care and nurturing of designated groups of children ranging in age from 30-months through 6 years.

For more information: JOB 313-CDCPart-TimeTeacherPool.pdf


















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