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Information for Candidates

Information for Job Candidates

Help your candidates be informed; the University, Burlington and Vermont have so much to offer our employees and their families. Great information will help your candidates make great choices.

Items to Share

  • Copy of the posting
  • Department organizational chart
  • Department website
  • Department and University mission or vision statement
  • News articles about events or research in your department
  • Clery Act campus safety information
  • UVM map
  • Our Common Ground
  • Your business card

UVM offers a comprehensive, competitive, and generous benefits package. Candidates may have lots of questions about medical, dental, vacation, sick leave, life insurance, tuition remission and retirement benefits as well as fitness, parking and library privileges. Encourage candidates to visit our website for compensation, benefits and services information:

Information About UVM and the Area

Vermont is a great place to live and is consistently ranked as one of the highest qualities of living in the United States for employment, personal safety, education, the arts and outdoor living. Share this information with applicants:


Our Common Ground

The University of Vermont is an educationally purposeful community seeking to prepare students to live in a diverse and changing world. We who work, live, study, teach, do research, conduct business, or participate in the University of Vermont are members of this community. As members, we believe in the transforming power of education and agree to help create and foster an environment where we can discover and reach our true potential.

We aspire to be a community that values:

RESPECT. We respect each other. We listen to each other, encourage each other and care about each other. We are strengthened by our diverse perspectives.

INTEGRITY. We value fairness, straightforward conduct, adherence to the facts, and sincerity. We acknowledge when things have not turned out the way we had hoped. As stewards of the University of Vermont, we are honest and ethical in all responsibilities entrusted to us.

INNOVATION. We want to be at the forefront of change and believe that the best way to lead is to learn from our successes and mistakes and continue to grow. We are forward-looking and break new ground in addressing important community and societal needs.

OPENNESS. We encourage the open exchange of information and ideas from all quarters of the community. We believe that through collaboration and participation, each of us has an important role in determining the direction and well-being of our community.

JUSTICE. As a just community, we unite against all forms of injustice, including, but not limited to, racism. We reject bigotry, oppression, degradation, and harassment, and we challenge injustice toward any member of our community.

RESPONSIBILITY. We are personally and collectively responsible for our words and deeds. We stand together to uphold our common ground.


Getting to Burlington

  • From Montreal: 100 miles
  • From Boston: 220 miles
  • From New York City: 290 miles
  • From Albany, NY: 145 miles

Burlington International Airport is located 3.5 miles from campus. Major airlines include United, Continental, USAirways, JetBlue, American, Delta and Northwest. Burlington is served by Vermont Transit Bus Lines. Amtrak travels to Essex Junction, just 15 minutes from campus.

Ferries run on Lake Champlain, between New York and Vermont. For information about the three routes — Essex, NY-Charlotte, VT; Port Kent, NY-Burlington, VT; or Plattsburgh, NY-Grand Isle, VT — call (802) 864-9804 or visit www.ferries.com.

Directions to UVM

From I-89 North or South: Take Exit 14W. Proceed 1 mile west on Route 2 (Williston Road, which becomes Main Street) to campus.

From north or south on Route 7: Enter Burlington from either direction. Turn onto Main Street (Route 2 East). Go uphill one light to South Prospect Street.

From the Adirondack Northway (I-87): Take Exit 20. Proceed north on Route 9 to Route 149, headed to Fort Ann, N.Y. In Fort Ann, take Route 4 North to Route 22A in Vermont. Follow Route 22A through Vergennes, then follow Route 7 North into Burlington. Turn right onto Main Street (Route 2 East). Go uphill one light to South Prospect Street.

From Burlington International Airport: From airport grounds, turn left onto Airport Drive. At next stoplight, turn right onto Williston Road/Route 2 West. Drive 4-5 miles west to UVM campus, at top of hill. (Williston Road becomes Main Street.)

Last modified April 16 2011 05:31 PM