WashU prides itself on being a place where people matter and serious work is done. Our people work together in an inclusive community that celebrates diverse perspectives, collaboration, and innovation. We are inspired to work together to develop big ideas and tackle challenging problems.

A message from Pam Wiese

As a team, we are united by passion for Washington University and its mission. We devote our talents and energies to the advancement of teaching, research, and service to society across all WashU schools and campuses. In turn, University Advancement offers its team members many opportunities to learn, explore, and grow. Training workshops, brown-bag lunches, information sessions, guest speakers, health and wellness programming, networking events, and internal mentorship programs are just a few examples of the professional benefits offered in our department. We value our team and take pride in helping each other advance in our professions.

Whether you are an accomplished advancement professional looking for a new challenge or a talented, hardworking individual wanting to break into this rewarding field, please contact us. We are committed to attracting, motivating, and retaining highly qualified and motivated professionals.

We look forward to hearing from you!

​​Pam Wiese
Senior Director of Administration
University Advancement
314-935-3894
wiese@wustl.edu

Current University Advancement openings

See more than one position that matches your qualifications? We encourage qualified candidates to apply for all positions of interest. Contact Pam Wiese if you would like to discuss Advancement career opportunities in more detail.

To see only University Advancement openings, click on the button above, and then use the Job Category filter to the left to select “Alumni and Development.”

“In my job, I love the people, both internal and external. Relationship building has always meant a lot to me. As a fundraiser, I know that relationships are key to doing my job well. I enjoy meeting our alumni on the West Coast and in St. Louis and learning their stories, and I like working internally with UA colleagues as well as our colleagues at Olin.”

Kasey Lucas, Associate Director of Advancement, Olin Business School

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Gateway to the West

St. Louis has all the conveniences of an urban center while still remaining a very livable city. Momentum has been building for St. Louis over the past decade, with a revitalized urban core, a growing entrepreneurial spirit, and many new cultural, recreational, and entertainment options.

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Diversity and inclusion

WashU and University Advancement strive to attract team members of great ability from all backgrounds. A diverse group of creative and talented staff encourages bold, independent thinking and strengthens the effectiveness our work.