We’re Building Something New. Join Us
Vermont State University brings together the programs and campus resources of Castleton University, Northern Vermont University, and Vermont Technical College to create a dynamic institution serving the varied educational needs of communities across the state.
We’re not a typical university. We place the needs of our students at the center of all we do and pioneer ways to make college education more accessible, more affordable, and more closely aligned with the demands of the real world after graduation.
Fulfilling this vision takes an incredible team. We’re looking for talented, dedicated individuals who are excited about helping learners from all over Vermont and beyond discover their potential and grow into careful thinkers and the creative leaders of tomorrow.
We have remote, hybrid, and on-site opportunities on our five campuses.
Faculty, administrators, and staff are employed without discrimination on the basis of race, color, ancestry, ethnicity, national origin, place of birth, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, creed, religion, disability, age, veteran status, marital status, genetic information, positive HIV-related blood test results, or any other status protected by state or federal law. Vermont State University makes reasonable accommodations to the known disability of an otherwise qualified applicant or employee.
Additionally, Vermont State University engages in affirmative efforts to recruit, admit, and support students and to recruit, employ, and support employees in order to achieve the diversity which advances the educational mission.
Vermont State complies with state and federal laws related to equal opportunity and nondiscrimination. Any questions or complaints about potential or perceived discrimination in violation of any state or federal law should be directed to: Vermont State University’s Title IX/Policy 311 Coordinator, Amy Daviarz, at Amy.Daviarz@VSC.edu, by phone at 802.279.2808, or via mail at PO Box 7, Montpelier, VT 05601; the VSCS Office of the Chancellor; the Vermont Office of the Attorney General; the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission; or the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights.