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Equity. Access. Excellence.

The Dana Center develops and scales math and science education innovations to support educators, administrators, and policy makers in creating seamless transitions throughout the K–14 system for all students, especially those who are underserved.

Our people come from diverse backgrounds, and our work is enriched by each contributor’s unique mix of content expertise, academic credentials, and practical experience.

We know that people are our most vital resource, and we value the energy, enthusiasm, and commitment of our colleagues. As an organized research unit of the College of Natural Sciences at The University of Texas at Austin, we offer competitive salaries and a variety of benefits to our team members and their families.

If you would enjoy working with an outstanding team focused on strengthening public education across the US, we encourage you to apply today.


Current Postings:

Administrative Manager
Responsible for the administrative support of the Dana Center requiring overall management of departmental administrative special projects and reports.

Serve as Higher Ed team member working with states, collaborating organizations and institutions of higher education to improve success for students in entry-level college math through Dana Center Mathematics Pathways and related Center initiatives. Focus is to support work across state and regional systems through development and delivery of tools, resources and services.

Coordinator - Course Program Specialist
Support development, implementation, and continuous improvement of innovative professional learning offerings and collaborate on the Center's other higher education efforts.

Senior Administrative Associate
To assist the Directors of the Charles A. Dana Center with complex calendaring and event planning.

Senior Administrative Program Coordinator
Responsible for advanced program administration and coordination. Responsible for all phases of program activities, including development, implementation, and assessment of a program or programs.



Last Updated: March 11, 2019