Prospective Employees

Ithaca College employment opportunities span a wide range of professional fields, including information technology, student affairs, financial services, development, human resources, and service and technical occupations as well as faculty positions in a variety of disciplines. All of Ithaca College’s job openings are listed on our website, ithaca.edu/jobs and are updated daily. 

There are currently approximately 1,700 staff and faculty employees in full-time and part-time positions. In addition to the consultation, information and direct services provided for department managers, the Office of Human Resources offers a wide variety of services to current and prospective employees of the College.

Please contact the Office of Human Resources at 607-274-8000 for information about Ithaca College as an employer. The staff will be happy to assist you.

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About Ithaca CollegeAbout Ithaca College
A brief history of the College

ABOUT IC

From its founding in 1892 as the Ithaca Conservatory of Music, Ithaca College has distinguished itself as an impressive liberal arts institution. Ithaca interweaves the threads of a liberal arts education with professional preparation to expose students to a wide range of ideas and experiences, which allows them to take advantage of Ithaca’s wealth of academic opportunities across disciplinary boundaries.   We believe life is not a spectator sport and that the educational experience of our student shouldn’t be either. We pride ourselves on providing a hands-on, student-centered education by offering programs designed to let students apply what they’ve learned from day one. Ithaca's emphasis on teaching and mentoring sets our faculty apart. Accomplished leaders in their fields, our faculty share their passion and wisdom directly with students by regularly collaborating on projects, whether conducting lab research or co-authoring and presenting papers. 

Coeducational and nonsectarian, the College is an internationally known and respected institution with approximately 6,400 undergraduate and 450 graduate students, who come to Ithaca from nearly every state and close to 80 countries. The curriculum provides more than 2,000 courses in 101 undergraduate and 27 graduate degree programs available through the College’s five schools – Business, Communications, Health Sciences and Human Performance, Humanities and Sciences, and Music – and two divisions – International and Interdisciplinary Studies and Extended Studies. U.S. News and World Report has rated it one of the top 10 master’s level Universities in the northeast for well over 10 years. While the breadth of curriculum is normally found only at larger universities, Ithaca holds fast to its tradition of close, personal instruction (12:1 student-faculty ratio).