Why work at UVM?

The University of Vermont community continues to be built upon a foundation of inclusive excellence.  It is a great place to work for many reasons, including having some of the best employees around!  We are committed to finding the most qualified applicants to fill jobs as they become available.  Vermont has been named the best place to live in America by CNBC and Burlington, VT was the first to be powered by renewable energy.  UVM also advances efforts in regards to work-life balance with an Employee Wellness program, which has won a prestigious Governor's Council on Worksite Wellness award.

Our Vision is to be among the nation's premier small research universities, preeminent in our comprehensive commitment to liberal education, environment, health, and public service.

Diversity and Inclusion

At UVM, our culture of diversity and acceptance comes only from the active pursuit of it. Please allow us to walk you through the ways in which our administration, staff, faculty and students help to realize a safe and common ground at UVM.

Apply

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Identify an opportunity that interests you through the online job application system.  Listings are updated daily.  You must apply for each job individually.  Once you have selected an opportunity, then upload your cover letter, resume and references.

Application Tips

  • Be persistent and consistent when applying.
  • Keep in mind this process takes time.
  • Provide professional, not personal references.

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General Benefits Overview

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UVM's Competitive Benefits

The University of Vermont provides generous benefits that are meant to provide caring support to our employee community and their families. UVM recognizes that our people are our most valuable resource.

See Benefits Overview

Safety Reports

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The Public and Fire Safety Reports provide information on campus safety and fire safety policies, practices and programs, as well as information on crime and fire statistics. Copies of each report are available upon request.

Request a Copy (email link)

Required Department of Labor Notifications

The Department of Labor requires that employers provide notice regarding its intention to hire employees in a certain non-immigrant status and/or to file applications for permanent alien labor certification for certain positions.

Notices