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.
|Big changes that have happened throughout Ithaca's history|
Ithaca’s modern campus is the result of a remarkable transformation begun in 1960, when the College moved from Victorian buildings scattered throughout the downtown area to a hill just south of the city, overlooking Cayuga Lake. There are over 25 academic and administrative buildings, 27 residence halls, and 2 apartment complexes. Facilities—many of which have been built or completely renovated within the past 5 to 10 years—include a campus center, fitness center, center for the performing arts, library, art gallery, speech/hearing and physical/occupational therapy clinics, observatory, gerontology institute, computer labs, and student-run television and radio stations. In spring 2008 Ithaca College’s School of Business opened its innovative new building, the Dorothy D. and Roy H. Park Center for Business and Sustainable Enterprise. It was one of the first 100 buildings in the world to receive platinum LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification, the highest level granted by the U.S. Green Building Council. The Peggy Ryan Williams Center, which houses the Office of the President and other senior administration, Offices of Human Resources and Student Financial Services, Division of Enrollment Management, and Division of Extended Studies, opened in 2009 and was also designed to achieve platinum LEED certification. Most recently, the College raised $52.5 million to fund construction of its new athletics and events center, which is scheduled to open in 2011.