Employment Application | Franklin University

Employment Application

If you would like to submit a general employment application to be kept on file at Franklin University for one year, please select the position category(ies) of interest to you.

Complete the Faculty/Adjunct Employment Application and attach curriculum vitae or résumé with application.  This application format allows you to expound on your specific skills and experience.

1.       Complete the Faculty/Adjunct Employment Application.

2.       Upload your curriculum vitae (CV) to your application. If you do not have a CV, you may use the Franklin University CV Template to create one. If you have a CV, please be sure that it adheres to the requirements of the Franklin CV template prior to submitting your application.

3.       If you have questions about your application or wish to provide additional information, please email adjunct@franklin.edu. In the subject line of the email, list your academic program of interest and your full name. View a list of all academic programs.

Student positions are part time – 20 hours a week or fewer– and open to Franklin University students only.

The Federal Work-Study (FWS) Program provides part-time employment for students who demonstrate financial need and meet certain eligibility requirements, allowing them to earn money to help pay for educational expenses.

Only Franklin University students who have been awarded Work-Study as part of your financial aid are eligible to apply for Work-Study positions.

As a Work-Study student, you can work on campus with faculty and staff or in the community as part of an outreach program, and earn at least the current federal minimum wage. Your FWS earnings are considered taxable income.

Tutor positions are 20 hours per week and require evening and Saturday availability. Submit résumé to tutoring@franklin.edu. Specify subject area of interest: Accounting/Finance, Computer Literacy/Computer Science, Math, and/or Writing.

Franklin University is committed to providing a safe workplace and learning environment for all employees, students, and visitors, as well as committed to protecting University property and operations.   It is the intent of the University to ensure a safe and secure environment by conducting criminal background checks on all individuals who have received an offer of employment with the University, and to comply with all relevant state, federal and local laws governing employment and background screening in its administration of this policy. 

To view our pre-employment screening policy, please click here.

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