Careers at Franklin University

Careers at Franklin

If you want to be part of a work environment that values Integrity, Respect, Opportunity, Learning, and Excellence, you’ve come to the right place. Our five core values lay a strong foundation in fostering a culture of the highest ideals, and guide our employees as they make daily decisions.

If you value working in a collaborative, dynamic environment focused on meeting the educational needs of ambitious working adults, you’ll fit right in at Franklin University.

We’re busy executing an ambitious strategic plan that includes increasing the depth and breadth of academic programs, expanding to new domestic locations, and establishing programs in emerging global markets.

To support our growth, we’re looking for talented faculty and staff.  

Interested? Search our open positions. Chances are, you’ll see a great opportunity for which you might be qualified. If you don’t find anything that currently suits you, check back soon. Opportunities at Franklin are continually developing – and we’re always on the lookout for strong candidates.

You can submit an application on the submit an application on the General Application page, which will stay on file for one year. In doing this, you will be considered for any opening in which your qualifications are a match with the required skill set for the position.

For more information regarding employment at Franklin University, please contact:

Franklin University Human Resources Department
201 South Grant Avenue
Columbus, OH 43215
Phone: 614.947.6540
Fax: 614.947.6538

 

Franklin University is committed to providing an excellent education in a safe, secure environment. Should you have any questions regarding security and/or inquiries concerning on-campus offenses, Franklin University's Annual Security Report is available in hard copy by contacting the Department of Safety and Security Services or by accessing it through the website at http://www.franklin.edu/franklin/files/safety-and-security/Annual_Security_Report.pdf. This report includes campus safety policies and statistics for the previous three years for reported crimes that occurred on campus; in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by Franklin University; and on property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from, the campus. Offenses listed include liquor law violations, burglary, motor vehicle theft, robbery, aggravated assault and other matters.

 

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