Jobs in Education

Jobs Listing Sites - Click links below to show items, or click here to Show All items.

Chronicle of Higher Education - Career Network

Chronicle of Higher Education - Career Network is a listing of faculty, administrative, executive, and research positions from The Chronicle of Higher Education. Focus is primarily on US institutions, with listings from Canada, Asia, Australia and elsewhere. New jobs are posted every day and remain posted on the web for 30 days. One of the largest collections of higher education employment opportunities on the Internet. lists over 5,000 faculty and administrative positions at over 600 colleges and universities. One of the largest collections of higher education positions on the Internet. New jobs are added daily. Job seekers can register to receive job postings via email. They can also save their resume/vita and apply for positions electronically. The service is free for job seekers.

Academic Employment Network

Academic Employment Network is a moderate-size collection of job opportunities at school districts, colleges, and universities. One of the few sites that appears to charge users to access full information. is the web site for the bi-monthly Adjunct Advocate magazine. Their JOB-LIST allows you to search for positions by application deadline, location, department, and more. The web site includes news, grants information, professional development resources and more.

Affirmative Action Register

The Affirmative Action Register is the national Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) recruitment publication "directed to females, minorities, veterans, and all other applicants." The publication contains a listing of professional, managerial, and administrative positions in all employment sectors including many opportunities in higher education. Employers are listed alphabetically, geographically, and by type of position.

Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities (AJCU)

Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities (AJCU) provides information on employment opportunities at Jesuit institutions through The Jesuit College Job Bank. Announcements include job title, category (admin, faculty, dean, etc.), school, position start date, and application deadline.

American Association of Community Colleges (AACC)

American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) is the primary advocacy organization for over 1000 two-year degree granting institutions. The CareerLine is a collection of online job announcements from the AACC Community College Times. The emphasis appears to be on upper-level administrative positions. Be careful that you don't bookmark the actual CareerLine page, the location changes with each update.

The Community College Job Board

The Community College Job Board contains a moderate size collection of faculty and administrative positions at community colleges. Users also have the opportunity to post their resume online. The site is maintained by Schindler & Associates, an executive search/organizational development firm that focuses on the community college sector.

Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU)

Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU) is a well-maintained listing of administrative and faculty job announcements provided by the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities. Position openings are listed as either faculty or non-teaching/administrative and include both member and non-member affiliated institutions.

The Collaboration for the Advancement of College Teaching & Learning

The Collaboration for the Advancement of College Teaching & Learning lists teaching and related higher education jobs at institutions in Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin, and at historically black and tribally-affiliated colleges and universities around the country. Offered as part of The Collaboration's commitment to supporting and enhancing student learning, this listing includes faculty, administrative, and student services employment opportunities at institutions that are members of The Collaboration.


Educareer is yet another web site focusing on employment opportunities in higher education. Allows you to posted your resume online.

H-NET Job Guide

H-NET Job Guide began as a small consortium of scholarly e-mail lists for historians. The group now consists of over 100 discussion networks and a comprehensive web site that includes a weekly listing of academic teaching opportunities in History, the Humanities, and the social sciences. Announcements are updated every Monday. A recent visit to their guide showed opportunities in African and Middle Eastern History, American History, American Studies, Asian History, Cultural Anthropology, Ethnic Studies, European/Russian History, Humanities, Latin American History, Medieval/Ancient History, Political Science/International Relations, and Professional Non-Teaching Positions. Funds to support the site are provided by Michigan State University and the National Endowment for the Humanities. An outstanding resource!

Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education

The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education is published bi-weekly for the campus community. Their web site provides a listings of employment opportunities in higher education categorized by geographical region.

Minorities' Job Bank

The Minorities' Job Bank carries an extensive listing of private, public, and academic sector positions. The site includes the opportunity to post resumes, browse employer/member profiles, and read career-related articles. Special sections provide additional information for African-Americans, Asian-Americans, Hispanic-Americans, Native-Americans, and Women.

NationJob's Education Listings

NationJob's Education Listings, a privately-held corporation based in Des Moines, Iowa, provides a weekly listing of educational positions ranging from kindergarten through college with a wide-range of higher education positions. The focus is primarily on the Midwest.

Newspaper Classifieds - Online

Numerous colleges and universities advertise their openings in the major metropolitan newspapers in the area, particularly in the Sunday edition. The following sites are some of the better "meta-resources" with online newspaper links. If you can't find what you need at one site, then try another. and

The Registry

The California Community College Faculty and Staff Diversity Registry was created in 1989 to help with the diversity efforts of California community colleges. The Registry is a computerized database that provides colleges with names, addresses, and qualifications of candidates interested in higher education positions. Additional resources for the public include the Registry JobBank and a complete listing of all California community colleges with URLs, phone numbers, and postal addresses. is created by, and for, people with a student affairs background, the employment section allows you to search by category, state or province, institution, region, or keyword.

Women in Higher Education

Women in Higher Education monthly journal carries announcements from schools that are actively seeking qualified women candidates for faculty and administrative positions. The WIHE web site allows you to search by job title and/or geographical region.

last published: 3/21/18