Career at Underwood

Underwood University prides itself on being a culturally diverse, welcoming workplace. We believe that it is incumbent upon an institution of higher learning to cultivate the whole person; not merely to pass on knowledge, but to instill a sense of social responsibility and the desire to use one’s education as a force for good. We send our graduates out into the world with the desire to make society better, more humane, and more just. We are dedicated to maintaining a competent, professional staff and faculty who have the best interests of our students at heart.

As a private, Christ-centered institution, Underwood asks all its faculty and staff to sign its Biblical Foundations Statement, which outlines Underwood’s theological stance, as a condition of their employment. By so doing, faculty and staff agree to abide by the conditions of the Statement for the duration of their employment at Underwood.

Underwood welcomes applications from any qualified person who wishes to join our family.  In accordance with the applicable provisions of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Underwood University is an equal-opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationality, sex, or religion (please note, however, that Underwood does ask all employees to sign its Biblical Foundations Statement, as stated above). Applications, resumes, and CVs are accepted only when there is an open position, although unsolicited applications for faculty positions will be considered. Applicants should specify the position for which they are applying.

If you are interested in working at Underwood University, please see our listS of open positions, given below.