Looking to enter the world of higher education financial wellness or take the next step in your career?
Below are some opportunities available in the field.

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Senior Associate, Project on Student Borrower Success (Pew Charitable Trusts)

“The project on student borrower success, launched in January 2018, is housed in the family economic stability portfolio and will pursue evidence-based federal policy and regulatory reforms that promote successful repayment of student loan debt, especially among those borrowers at greatest risk for delinquency and default. Over a four-year period, our efforts will involve an array of activities and tactics, including research to build the evidence base for reform; coalition-building; grassroots networking; communications and media outreach strategies; convenings; policy maker and public education; and direct lobbying.

The senior associate will support the research and research-related public outreach needs of the project. Responsibilities will include helping to shape the project’s research agenda; conducting independent research and providing research support; writing, editing, and publishing the project’s reports; working with outside contractors; and assisting in outreach and information sharing with policymakers and advocates. This position will also work collaboratively with colleagues across Pew on current projects and explorations of new research and policy opportunities.”


Instructor/Assistant Professor (University of Alabama)

The Department of Consumer Sciences in the College of Human Environmental Sciences at the University of Alabama is seeking an Instructor or Assistant Professor to collaborate with existing faculty to expand undergraduate and graduate programs in the area of family financial planning and counseling.

The successful candidate will teach undergraduate and/or graduate courses both on campus and online; serve on department, college, and university committees; mentor undergraduate and graduate students; seek resources to support instruction; and cultivate relationships with potential employers and industry partners.

The department offers a bachelor’s degree with concentrations in consumer affairs and family financial planning and counseling. Our master’s degree includes concentrations in consumer economics and family financial planning and counseling. These concentrations are currently being pursued by approximately 250 undergraduate students and 70 graduate students.

The department encourages applications from candidates who will enhance the academic profession, and ethnic or racial diversity of the department.


Financial Wellness Program Director (University of Pittsburgh)

“If you have experience or interest in building and establishing a university-wide financial wellness program, the University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, PA is seeking to hire a Financial Wellness Program Director. The person in this position will build upon a foundation created over the past couple years by our University-wide Financial Wellness Task Force. If you consider yourself a visionary person who likes to build a program from the ground up while establishing partnerships within a multi-campus university system, this may a position for you.”

For additional questions or inquiry, please contact Dr. Randall L. McCready at mccready@pitt.edu.