We appreciate your interest in exploring employment opportunities at Wittenberg University! Wittenberg enjoys a national reputation for excellent academic standards and is widely known for its friendly and welcoming atmosphere. Wittenberg is an amazing place that lives its motto, "Having Light We Pass it On to Others," and we seek talented individuals who share this philosophy and are committed to advancing our institutional mission. As such, please see our notice of nondiscrimination.
Please note that due to the University's response to COVID-19, application reviews and interview processes may be delayed.
Administrative & Support Staff Positions:
- Academic Administrative Assistant
- Assistant/Associate Director of Development
- Mailroom Staff Assistant
- Residence Life Administrative Assistant
- Staff Assistant, Upward Bound
- Adjunct Faculty: Open Application Pool (reviewed as openings occur)
- Student Teaching University Supervisor: Open Application Pool (reviewed as openings occur)
Graduate Assistant Positions:
- Graduate Assistant Coach, Men's and Women's Swimming & Diving
- Graduate Assistant Coach, Men's Volleyball
- Graduate Assistant Coach, Women's Water Polo
Police Division Positions:
Applicants who require accommodation during any stage of the hiring process should contact the Office of Human Resources at (937) 327-7517 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wittenberg University is committed to preventing and addressing sexual misconduct in our campus community. Click here to view our Title IX policies.
Federal law requires universities to inform students and employees about its safety programs and crime statistics. The University's security brochure is published annually and it describes programs and services Wittenberg has developed to provide a safe, supportive environment. You may request a copy of the brochure from the Human Resources department or view the Campus Security Report online. The following information is included:
- Current campus policies regarding procedures and facilities for reporting crimes and emergencies and the University's response to such reports;
- Current law-enforcement policies, including the authority of security personnel and policies encouraging the reporting of crimes;
- A description of the type and frequency of programs to inform the campus community about security procedures;
- A description of crime prevention programs;
- Statistics on the reports of certain crimes and arrests;
- The policy for monitoring and recording off-campus crime through local police agencies;
- The University's policy on the possession, use, and sale of alcohol, as well as the policy regarding illegal drugs;
- A description of drug or alcohol abuse education programs;
- The policy regarding programs to prevent sex offenses and procedures to follow when a sex offense occurs