Human Resources


Muskingum University values the engagement of diverse communities in its educational programs.  Muskingum actively seeks out and welcomes faculty, administrators, and staff who are committed to excellence in student learning and to full inclusivity at the university.  In addition, faculty should be committed to excellence in teaching, thrive in a collaborative environment of scholars, embrace experiential learning, and desire to mentor a diverse student population.  

Administrative Careers
Athletic Careers
Faculty Careers

Adjunct & part-time teaching positions are organized by department chairpersons.  More information is available on the individual websites of the Academic Majors.  To apply, please send a letter of interest, current CV, list of 3 professional references, and unofficial, graduate transcripts to, noting the departments to which you are applying within the email.

Support Staff Careers
Student Employment

Please visit the Office of Student Financial Services for more information about student employment.  

Barnes & Noble Careers - College Bookstore

Please visit the Barnes & Noble website for more information about available positions.  


About Muskingum

Founded in 1837, Muskingum University is a comprehensive university grounded in the liberal arts tradition and affiliated with the Presbyterian Church USA. Muskingum emphasizes entrepreneurial and experiential learning opportunities on its campus, in the community, and around the world. The University boasts an enrollment of 2,500 students in undergraduate, graduate and adult learning programs and offers more than sixty majors, four graduate degrees, and multiple degree completion and certificate opportunities.

Muskingum currently offers 25 varsity sports, with 20 competing at the NCAA Division III level.  Muskingum competes in the Ohio Athletic Conference, which is the third oldest athletic conference in the United States.  

Muskingum University does not discriminate in its employment or educational programs or activities and encourages applications from populations historically under-represented in higher education.

If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, please contact the Human Resources Office by emailing or by calling 740-826-8119.

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