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Academic Job Openings at Missouri S&T

Welcome, and thank you for your interest in a career with Missouri S&T!

Missouri S&T faculty position list for current University of Missouri employees.

Missouri S&T Faculty position list for prospective employees.

The majority of academic positions listed are for employment in the Rolla area. Several departments on campus, have business interests in other parts of the state. If a vacant position is not located in the Rolla area, the location will be included on the academic position announcement.

Before searching the job list, there are a couple of things that you should know:

  • The links below will take you to the job list for our academic jobs. If you are looking for a staff job, please follow the link to the staff jobs on the right hand side of this screen.
  • Each job posting will have a list of required application materials.  You need to link most of these materials in the  Attachments section of the system.  You can link the required application materials either before, during or after submitting your applicationPlease submit these materials in MS Word or PDF format. Each file can be no larger than 20MG.
  • You must link your resume/CV as part of the application when you apply for a specific position.  The system will prompt you to attach a resume/CV when you apply – this is where your resume/CV should be attached.
  • For additional help completing this application or submitting attachments, call the University of Missouri PeopleSoft HR Support desk at 1-855-524-0002 during regular business hours for application assistance.
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