Working at Wheaton
With more than 2,900 undergraduate and graduate students on campus, it takes a village to craft a positive Wheaton experience for each of these students. Every staff and faculty member serves a vital role in fostering a strong faith-driven academic environment. We consistently have open positions and encourage you to consider applying for a position that sparks your interest and matches your skills and experience.
Frequently Asked Questions
As a Human Resources (HR) team, we aim to make the application and interview process as seamless as possible for candidates. Below we have listed questions and answers to some of the commonly asked questions we receive from applicants. If you have a specific question regarding your application or an open position, do not hesitate to contact our office via email at email@example.com.
All employment opportunities are listed online through our online applicant portal. We strongly encourage individuals interested in working at Wheaton to apply to a specific position that meets their unique skills and background.
Once an application is completed through our online applicant portal, you will receive immediate on-screen confirmation that your application materials have been received. In addition, you will receive a confirmation email to confirm your application has been submitted.
After receiving applications, the Human Resources and hiring departments review applications, and HR reaches out to select candidates to schedule initial phone screenings. At any point in the interview process, Human Resources will let candidates know if they are no longer in consideration for the role.
At Wheaton, our first and foremost priority is to ensure our faculty and staff are strongly grounded in their faith. All employees of Wheaton College are expected to affirm our Community Covenant and Statement of Faith.
Additionally, the recruitment team encourages applicants to fully complete their applications with as much information as they can. Including information such as references, cover letters, and resumes helps hiring managers and the human resources team have a comprehensive sense of who you are as a candidate.
If a position is listed on our site, we are still accepting applications unless otherwise noted. Additionally, once a position is filled, we will contact all candidates to let them know they are no longer under consideration for the position.
If you have specific questions about your application, please direct questions to the Human Resources Department via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Working in Community
The College has identified five core values to guide the entire campus towards creating and nurturing God-honoring workplace relationships. If you are interested in learning more about these values, please visit the Working in Community webpage.
If you are interested in learning more about benefits available to Wheaton College full-time employees, please visit our Benefits Overview.