Alvernia has a bold approach to becoming a 21st century, modern regional university. We seek professionals who are thoughtful leaders, creative and nimble in the complex environment of private higher education.
Alvernia has been recognized regionally and nationally:
- U.S. News & World Report magazine ranks Alvernia as one of the Best U.S. Colleges & Universities, most recently 94 in the best regional universities category (North)
- Collegecompare.com named Alvernia to its January 2015 list of Ten Best Colleges & Universities in Pennsylvania for its graduate degree programs
- The prestigious Carnegie Foundation selected Alvernia as one of only 23 institutions in Pennsylvania and 361 nationally to receive its 2015 Community Engagement Classification
- Alvernia was one of only four institutions in Pennsylvania and one of 43 nationally to earn the President’s Higher Education Interfaith Community Service Honor Roll
Alvernia University is an equal opportunity employer committed to Franciscan values. All employees share responsibility for advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion in the performance of their roles while demonstrating: service orientation, respect for all, intellectual curiosity, solution focus and innovation, and mutual accountability. Alvernia University strives to be a community supportive of diverse perspectives and identities and strongly encourages applications from women and minorities.
To begin our online application process, please click this link: Alvernia University Career Center. You will be asked to upload a resume, provide three professional references and other information pertaining to your work history.
To review our Title IX policy, please click here.
Grievances brought by students against other students will be addressed through our Community Standards process. (See Community Standards chapter in the Student Handbook.) The faculty, staff, and student employee grievance process is addressed in the Employee Handbook, and outlined in the Sexual Harassment and Misconduct Policy, which applies to all faculty, staff, and students.
Employees who have questions may contact:
Office of Human Resources
Upland Center, Suite 112
400 St. Bernardine Street
Reading, PA 19607
Fax: (610) 796-8484