Explore the Possibilities
With seven schools and numerous other academic and administrative areas, Stanford offers a wealth of rewarding career opportunities.
Find Your Role at Stanford
Our community includes more than 13,000 talented and dedicated staff that each play a vital role in shaping our future leaders, supporting groundbreaking research and resolving some of the world’s greatest challenges.
Enable operations essential to the university's mission.
Create new knowledge and take on audacious problems.
Enrich the student experience.
Information Technology Services
Support technology needs, networking telecommunications developments.
Provide fiscal support and planning from accounting to investments and more.
Develop and implement marketing programs including research, analysis and communications.
Discover the Possibilities at Stanford
Finding high-quality candidates to fill temporary staff positions is critical to the university's success. Temporary roles at Stanford allow you the opportunity to learn Stanford's complex policies and systems while creating a strong internal network to support your growth.
Stanford offers flexible employment opportunities in a variety of roles that last anywhere from a few weeks to several months in duration. In addition to opportunities through StanfordTemps, you can also find openings on job boards, these opportunities may be direct hires by a department, or outside external agencies that partner with Stanford for a variety of roles, including industrial, dining, administrative and IT roles.
Discover the possibilities at Stanford
Working in a temporary role not only taught me crucial organizational and critical thinking skills, it also improved my confidence in working within a variety of workplaces - a confidence I bring to my role every day.
Drake BoninAdmissions Officer, Law School
A Full Range of Career Opportunities
Explore a full range of career opportunities at the University or beyond.
Be Part of our World-Renowned Faculty
In addition to hundreds of staff jobs, there are also opportunities for faculty employment.
Solve Problems Facing Society
With more than 1,600 employees, the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory Center is one of 17 Department of Energy (DOE) National Laboratories, and operated by Stanford University on behalf of the DOE.
Research at SLAC explores the structure and function of matter and the properties of energy, space and time, at the smallest and largest scales, all with the goal of solving problems facing society and advancing human knowledge.
Inspire Healing, Advance Caring
Inspire healing, advance caring like never before and realize your potential at Stanford Health Care.
With more than 300 facilities throughout the Bay Area, Stanford Health Care is committed to delivering the highest quality care to patients and their families.
Explore the Possibilities at Stanford
As a Stanford employee, we know you can accomplish anything. That's why your continued professional growth is important and vital to our success.
At Stanford, we believe that career growth should be personal—tailored to the strengths and ambitions of each person. We also believe that personal growth should be encouraged and supported—so that everyone at Stanford can enjoy a healthy work-life integration. The university provides a host of programs and resources to help employees advance their careers. From career counseling to tuition and training assistance, we encourage you to take full advantage of all the resources Stanford offers to help you grow.
Stanford values growth and mobility. Whether staff members want to change jobs within the university, take continuing education courses, obtain career counseling or even pursue a degree at another college or university, Stanford is behind them. To support your career mobility, consider a few tips as you apply for new opportunities within the university.
Applying to Stanford
Written communication is important for many schools, business units and divisions across campus. Applicants who submit cover letters and resumes with a specific focus on the open position being applied to may receive higher preference as a candidate.