Where Opportunities Shine
To offer the best education and research opportunities, UMass recruits the best faculty and staff to help realize the UMass mission.
The University of Massachusetts system is comprised of five campuses located in Amherst, Boston, Dartmouth, Lowell, and Worcester that offer endless possibilities for more than 17,000 faculty and staff and over 74,000 students.
UMass is always looking for talented, determined individuals who live for excellence and believe in providing the best education possible. It’s not just professors who make the mission a reality; UMass employs a wide variety of administrative and operational staff to keep the UMass system running smoothly, from finance to security, IT to international relations, and more. With so many campuses, people, and career opportunities, there are all sorts of ways to join the UMass community.
Why Work At UMass?
For over 150 years, the University of Massachusetts has striven to be a revolutionary force for education and knowledge. That means giving opportunities not just for students to learn, but for faculty and staff to pursue goals, build careers, and thrive in anything they choose.
UMass is one of the fastest-growing institutions in the nation, with more than 300,000 graduates living and working in Massachusetts. A career at UMass opens up a network of excellence that extends well beyond campus boundaries, and a chance to participate in the amazing educational mission of the UMass system. With rapidly growing research and development capabilities, a career at UMass opens a gateway to endless discovery and curiosity for faculty. It’s no wonder that UMass attracts award-winning minds from across many disciplines.
UMass offers attractive employment benefits, work-life balance, and opportunities for growth, because UMass recognizes that its employees are the backbone of the institution. Working at UMass isn’t just a job; it’s a community where employees have the opportunity to apply themselves, learn valuable skills, and build a career while helping to further the mission of the university.