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Career Opportunities at YU

Put the YOU in YU!

Yeshiva University is a leading global educational institution, employing 2,000 people across various campuses and schools. YU is a community working at the educational, spiritual and intellectual epicenter of a robust global movement dedicated to advancing people's lives.To carry out this mission, we seek individuals who value education, collaboration and service. We seek to attract and retain a diverse group of engaged and committed individuals who will contribute to an exciting working environment, where there is a sense of community and belonging. Come for a job but stay for a career. YU provides a number of services and programs to help you grow in every aspect of your life, inside and outside of the organization. Here you will find many opportunities for staff and faculty to get involved in campus life and numerous benefits to support personal and professional growth.

What We Offer

  • Opportunities: find meaningful work and a place to grow your career
  • Comprehensive benefits package, including immediate participation in the University‚Äôs retirement plan
  • Work-life balance: employees are typically eligible for 4 weeks of vacation each year, in addition to a number of Legal and Jewish holidays
  • Vibrant urban campuses with numerous activities

Equal Employment Opportunity

Yeshiva University has a long-standing commitment to equal opportunity and affirmative action. We are committed to achieving nondiscrimination and equality of opportunity in employment and in all spheres of academic life. All University-wide decisions are based on equitable and equally applied standards of excellence.

Reasonable Accommodation

It is the policy of Yeshiva University to provide a reasonable accommodation to qualified applicants, staff and faculty members with disabilities to enable them to participate in all aspects of the employment process which includes performing the essential functions of a job. Information on the Reasonable Accommodations policy and procedures can be found here.

To request a reasonable accommodation, (this includes accommodation needs that may arise on an emergency basis) individuals should complete and submit a Reasonable Accommodation Request Form, along with all supporting documentation, directly to: 

Yeshiva University 
University Benefits 
2495 Amsterdam Avenue, Belfer Hall, Room 824 
NY, NY 10033 
Email: benefits@yu.edu 

Relocation Services

Yeshiva University is pleased to announce our relationship with The Talbot Group, a full-service relocation counseling firm to assist potential hires, faculty and staff with relocation services.

The Talbot Group provides comprehensive relocation services to assist new faculty and staff with their relocation to Yeshiva University. Services include estimating moving costs, selling an existing home, finding a new home and moving household goods. 

A dedicated relocation counselor will manage the entire relocation process. For additional information please contact The Talbot Group at yeshiva@thetalbotgroup.com or 866-404-0234.

Please click below to access the Yeshiva University relocation policy for specific relocation reimbursement information.

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