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*New Application System*
Cornell University is transitioning to a new employment application system. The new system launched April 18, 2016. The old system will be deactivated in early June. During this transition period, applicants can browse and apply for jobs in both systems*.

Browse job opportunities:

Staff and Librarian Positions:

Jobs posted before April 18 / Jobs posted after  April 18
ie, jobs in communication, office management, customer service, development, administration, finance, health, library science, information technology, athletics, and facilities.

Faculty and Academic Non-Faculty:

Jobs posted before April 18 / Jobs posted after April 18
Tenure-track and non-tenure track faculty positions, visiting appointments, researchers, lecturers, and extension associate employment opportunities.

Union-Represented (Ithaca campus):

Jobs posted before April 18 / Jobs posted after  April 18
General Service (includes Custodial, Food Service, Grounds, Maintenance, etc.), Campus Police and Skilled Trades Positions.

Cornell Tech & Technion-Cornell Institute NYC:

Staff jobs posted before April 18 / Staff Jobs posted after April 18
Faculty jobs posted before April 18 / Faculty jobs posted after April 18
Located in New York City, Cornell Tech is a new graduate school combining technical knowledge with real-world application.

Temporary Positions

Jobs posted before April 18 / Jobs posted after April 18
Short term, less than 6 months, full or part-time positions in administrative support, custodial, customer service, finance, food service, grounds and information technology.


Applications for jobs in the following areas are unaffected by the new system. Application instructions are included in job descriptions.

Weill Cornell Medicine in NYC and Qatar
Weill Cornell Medicine is among the top-ranked clinical and medical research centers in the country.

Cornell Cooperative Extension (County Associations)
Cornell Cooperative Extension is a collaboration among Cornell University, the United States Department of Agriculture, the State of New York, and the residents of New York State. The postings listed are for employment with county associations and not with Cornell University.

Cornell Affiliated Organizations
Positions with Cornell-affiliated organizations, such as the Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research.

Student Employment is offered exclusively for the use of Cornell students (undergraduate and graduate students).

* Have you applied for a job before April 18? Any applications previously submitted to Cornell will remain active until the position is closed. Applicant information stored in the old system (ie, resumes, cover letters) will not be transferred to the new one. You’re encouraged to save any important documents to another location such as your personal computer, a USB, the cloud etc., no later than June 5.  After this date, your information will no longer be accessible by you or Cornell.