Employment at Dunwoody
Why work at Dunwoody?
Since our founding, all who have worked at Dunwoody have been dedicated to the success of every one of our students. For over 100 years, we’ve held true to our values while continuing to discover ways to grow and become even more inclusive and innovative, as it is only through diversity of thought can new ideas be uncovered.
Working in a collaborative, supportive work environment such as Dunwoody fosters a true team approach, with open communication and cross functional teams committed to getting the job done.
As a smaller institution, it allows us to try new things, implement new ideas, and work with people who are willing to help one another grow. Because our faculty stay connected to their industries, they are true experts in their field, passionate about their work and dedicated to educating and developing the next generation of employees.
There is a reason that 98% of Dunwoody graduates are hired in their field within one year – and that is our faculty. We find the best industry minds and teach them how to share their expertise. Being a smaller, private college allows faculty members to experiment with curriculum, implement new ideas, and have a sense of ownership over their work. Sound interesting? Join us.
Along with our faculty positions, there are many staff positions at Dunwoody for fun, collaborative, and caring people. And there are few careers more rewarding than helping students find success. Being a smaller, private college allows for fast implementation of new ideas and a true sense of ownership. We offer competitive compensation, benefits, and professional development opportunities. Ready for a new challenge? Join us.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Dunwoody is committed to the principles and all applicable laws of equal employment and educational opportunities. Dunwoody does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, veteran/military status, disability, age, sexual orientation, status with regard to public assistance, membership or activity in a local commission, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.