We’re hiring a Manager of Water Equity Research!

Apply by Tuesday, September 6

Are you passionate about informing efforts to expand access to safe, clean and affordable drinking water, especially in underserved communities?

We’re hiring a proactive, collaborative leader to manage and further develop our water equity research and amplify its impact through strategic partnerships and engagement with policymakers, advocates, utilities and impacted communities.

The Manager of Water Equity Research will play an integral role in managing our water program and our new Human Right to Water Solutions Lab. Research will initially focus on urban tap water perception and wastewater equity in Los Angeles and California, as well as a roadmap for a national needs assessment of drinking water quality.

It’s an exciting time to join the Luskin Center for Innovation! You’ll join a team of faculty, staff, and graduate students, as well as numerous partners on and off-campus. The person hired into this position will manage these efforts day-to-day in close collaboration with the Lab Director.

For full job description, responsibilities and requirements, please refer to the UCLA Careers posting

The deadline to apply is Tuesday, September 6.

Anticipated pay range, depending on experience and qualifications, is $75,000-90,000 annually, plus full University of California benefits.

About the UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation:

Our mission is to solve environmental challenges through actionable research for California communities, our nation, and world. We often focus on California, the world’s fifth-largest economy, to support a model of environmental leadership that is relevant globally. Increasingly, we also conduct nationally leading research to advance environmental equity, climate, and water solutions. Our approach is collaborative. We work with dozens of scholars across an array of disciplines and engage with hundreds of civic partners that inform and utilize our research.