Partners for Our Children is proud to be part of the University of Washington, one of the nation’s premier educational and research institutions.

Our staff not only enjoy outstanding benefits and professional growth opportunities, but also an environment noted for diversity, community involvement, intellectual excitement, artistic pursuits, and natural beauty.

When Partners for Our Children does not have open positions, we encourage you to check out the University of Washington job listings.

Current Opportunities

Business Analyst. The Business Analyst is responsible for Oliver business process documentation, including business process decomposition, business rules, and measurements. This role will be leading groups to understand the business processes that are used by provider agencies today in the social service sector to help inform the standard process. The Business Analyst is responsible for customer care, including managing the IT support desk for Oliver, and onboarding and training new users. This position interacts with many different roles, including POC leadership, engineering, customer support, and stakeholders.

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Research Consultant. This position is established to own and coordinate various evaluation activities regarding child welfare social work education, professional development, and caregiver training in Washington. The Research Consultant promotes evidence informed child welfare policy and practice by reviewing research literature, coordinating evaluation projects, designing data collection tools, conducting data analysis, and sharing findings to inform program development. This role contributes to the development and evaluation of a competency based workforce development system for the state child welfare agency. The Research Consultant leverages research and knowledge from the University for training of public employees who work with vulnerable children and families. This position provides an opportunity to design and implement evaluation strategies in support of continuous quality improvement efforts.

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Software Engineer. The Software Engineer (DevOps) role is responsible for creatively solving complex business problems by being innovative. This role is responsible for implementing technical requirements and delivering user stories by architecting, designing, coding, testing, integrating, deploying and operating Oliver software solution. The DevOps role interacts and collaborates with POC leadership, product manager, domain experts, business analysts, engineering, customer support and other social service stakeholders. This position will have a direct impact on the reputation of POC, the School of Social Work, and the University of Washington in general.

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