Seattle Pacific University faculty and staff serve a Christian university fully committed to engaging the culture and changing the world by graduating people of competence and character, becoming people of wisdom, and modeling grace-filled community.
The quality of the experience that SPU students have in the classroom and in offices on campus is largely dependent on the people who teach and work here. Because of that, Seattle Pacific is committed to attracting and retaining outstanding faculty and staff, and Human Resources provides key services to the University and its personnel.
Prospective Employees and Job Seekers
Are you looking for a job that is more than a job? Are you looking for meaning in your work? If you are a prospective employee, learn about SPU's mission and vision, find out about job benefits, and more.
See the current open faculty and staff positions at Seattle Pacific University.
New and Current Employees
As a new employee, you will find the information you need to answer your questions about health care plans, sick leave and accrued time off, and much more here.
If you are a current faculty or staff member with questions about your benefits, and more, find your answers here.
In compliance with the Clery Act, Seattle Pacific University provides crime statistics on our Safety and Security web page to current employees and students, as well as prospective students and applicants.
Plan ahead with the campus holidays affecting faculty and staff not only for the 2014–15 academic year, but also for dates through 2017.
Why Work at SPU?
Prospective employees: Seattle Pacific University is a place where you can be part of a caring, committed, and Christian community with deep historic roots, a vibrant campus life, and an established reputation for scholarship and service.
“The passion that SPU staff bring with them into the workplace is infectious! I love how committed my team is to our students and how much support and care we have for each other.”
Senior Admissions Counselor