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The University of Vermont is simply an amazing place to work. UVM's engaged students, thoughtful professionals and beautiful surroundings paired with excellent human resource benefits set us apart from other institutions. Our departments have openings in roles across campus, and we encourage talented and diverse candidates to apply.

Our commitment to diversity

For over 15 years, the Division of Student Affairs has been working to develop staff who are culturally competent and who can skillfully engage dynamics of power, privilege and oppression. We are proud to be named “One of the Most Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs” by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education magazine for eight consecutive years (2014 - 2021).

We hope you will consider joining our team at the University of Vermont.

Job Opportunities in the Division of Student Affairs

Student Affairs

  • Area Coordinator: Residential Life | apply
  • Assistant Director for Fraternity and Sorority Life: Student Life | apply
  • Sailing Team Program Director: Student Government Association | apply

Operations, Technology, and Communications

  • Office Manager: Residential Life | apply
  • Assistant Director of Marketing Strategies: Residential Life | apply
  • Mover: Residential Life | apply

Business Management

  • Business Assistant: Student Government Association | apply
  • HR Coordinator: Vice Provost and Dean of Students | apply


Health Care

Also available, on-campus UVM Dining jobs for students.  Learn more here.



"We are humbled to be recognized for our 15+ year commitment to creating a division that is committed to deepening our inter/multicultural competency by examining systems of oppression. The Division’s focus on diversity, affirmative recruitment and hiring, and Restorative Practices has provided us a framework to be more informed leaders. Our staff members are thoughtful and passionate educators who actively work to address, advocate, and support the emerging needs of our student body and campus community. While this work can be challenging, we see it as our collective responsibility to build a more equitable, inclusive, and caring campus community."

- Jilliene Rodriguez, Diversity, Engagement, and Professional Development Director for the Division of Student Affairs



2020 Diverse magazine recognition


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