Working at CityU
City University of Seattle is a globally recognized nonprofit academic institution. We have programs and students around the world and 40 years experience in helping students develop their knowledge, skills and possibilities. With far-reaching and forward-thinking programs, we’ve provided flexibility and opportunity for thousands of people who otherwise would not have earned a degree. Our experienced practitioner teaching faculty and excellent staff, provide a highly ranked and regarded students experience. All employees rally around CityU’s mission to change lives for good through education, and experience a sense of community and a commitment to diversity.
If you want to make a difference, click here to view current opportunities with City University of Seattle!
City University of Seattle is continuously working to build a diverse faculty and staff and strongly encourages inquiries from all qualified individuals interested in becoming part of the CityU team, including those with international or cross-cultural experience. Equal opportunity employer.
If you have any questions about employment at CityU, please email CityU’s HR department at email@example.com.
If you have a master’s degree or higher, and several years of up-to-the-minute experience in your field, you may be ideal for an administrative faculty position at CityU. Administrative faculty strive for a quality student experience by ensuring the success of program components, which may include program design, assessment, technology integrations, and/or curriculum development. CityU posts each faculty vacancy, and we invite you to view our current list of opportunities to see if there is an opening in your field of expertise. Click here to apply.
As a Teaching Faculty member at City University of Seattle in Canada and in the U.S., you will have the opportunity to bring your accomplishments and expertise into the classroom, giving your students more than just a textbook education. Your knowledge can change lives – share it with the leaders of tomorrow! To teach at CityU, you need to have an earned master’s or doctoral (preferred) degree from an accredited institution, as well as extensive experience in your field of expertise. Teaching experience at a graduate level is highly desired, however we have the resources to help new instructors develop their skills. Potential applicants ideally also have basic computer skills and an interest in teaching technologies associated with course delivery and administration. Compensation for Teaching Faculty is based on the number of course credits. CityU courses vary from 3 and 5 credits (using a U.S. quarter credit model), with each credit equaling 10 hours of instruction (i.e., primarily classroom with some online). Apply to join the CityU teaching team.
CityU of Seattle offers administrative, operational, or research opportunities to students when possible. Generally, these opportunities are for CityU students only. Click here to view student opportunities.
You take care of us. We take care of you.
Our employees are everything. We couldn’t meet our educational mission without each and every one of them. That’s why we offer a excellent compensation program – health benefits, retirement plan, tuition waivers and more.
Our benefit program includes:
- Life Insurance and Accidental Death/Dismemberment
- Short and Long Term Disability
We welcome benefit-eligible employees to participate in our 403(b) Retirement Plan.
If you don’t have a healthy balance between work and life, you’re not at your best. That’s why CityU offers not only paid time off but also Flexible Spending Accounts, a tuition waiver program and an Employee Assistance Program. To learn more about working with CityU and the benefits we offer, contact us.
Equal Opportunity and Non-Discrimination in Employment and Education Policy
City University of Seattle subscribes to the principles and laws of the State of Washington and the federal government, including applicable Executive Orders that pertain to civil rights, equal opportunity, and affirmative action. City University of Seattle prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, sex, religion, age, color, creed, national or ethnic origin, physical, mental or sensory disability, marital status, sexual orientation, status as a disabled veteran, recently separated veteran, Armed Forces service medal, or other protected veterans in the recruitment and admission of students; the recruitment, employment and retention of faculty and staff; and the operation of all university programs and services. City University of Seattle’s facilities and programs are accessible to persons with disabilities. Appropriate support services are provided, while academic and employment standards are maintained. The Human Resources Manager serves as coordinator of accommodations for staff, faculty, contractors, and students with disabilities. CityU Affirmative Action programs may be reviewed by employees and applicants during business hours, Monday – Friday from 7:30 am – 4:30 pm, in the Human Resources Department by contacting the EEO Coordinator. Questions concerning our policy and practices should be directed to: Human Resources Department City University of Seattle 521 Wall St. Suite 100 Seattle, WA 98121 206.239.4944.