The following are positions both currently posted as well as up coming positions. Visit this page as well as the Human Resource jobs page for up-to-date information on all university job postings. Also, feel free to send inquires to firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about our openings.
Posted positions last updated: 09/22/2009.
Special Note: Due to the Arizona State Legislature's proposed budget reductions for FY09 and FY10, Northern Arizona University's President John Haeger has instituted a hiring freeze for all positions, across the campus as of December 1, 2008. No positions will be posted until the hiring freeze is removed.
CLIENT COMPUTING AND TRAINING SERVICES
COMPUTING AND COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
Salaries are competitive in the higher education market. Applications are presently being accepted and reviewed and most positions will remain open until filled.
NAU has a strong commitment to creating a diverse and culturally enriched environment. Candidates who share in this commitment are being sought and are strongly encouraged to apply. Dual career partners are also encouraged to apply and trainees may be considered for some positions.
Flagstaff is a mountain community at an elevation of 6900 feet. It is located in scenic Northern Arizona, about 80 miles south of the Grand Canyon. Flagstaff lies at the foot of the San Francisco Peaks, which, at 12,670 feet, are Arizona's highest point. Downtown Flagstaff, with its historical landmarks at nearly every corner, is a great place to walk and do some shopping, or simply enjoy Flagstaff's beautiful weather. Flagstaff is also home to the Lowell Observatory, from which Pluto was discovered in 1930. Other nearby attractions include Walnut Canyon, the Museum of Northern Arizona, and Meteor Crater, the result of a meteor impact nearly 49,000 years ago. And of course, Flagstaff is also home to Northern Arizona University, the third largest University in the state. Every year, around 16,000 students attend NAU (with more than 3,000 attending in other statewide locations), adding to Flagstaff's population and local activities.
The surrounding area is ideal for people with a four season active life style in mind. The Coconino National Forest is part of the largest stand of ponderosa pine in the nation. Activities include hiking, cross country and downhill skiing, rock climbing, mountain biking, and river running.