Please note: The following application procedures apply to visiting/part-time faculty, temporary EPA Non-Faculty and temporary SPA positions only. For information on application procedures for permanent EPA Non-Faculty positions, click here. For information on application procedures for permanent SPA (Staff) positions, click here.
We appreciate your interest in employment with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. To begin the application process for the first time, search the job postings for a specific position of interest. Applicants interested in visiting/part-time faculty postings can view available positions by clicking here. Applicants interested in temporary EPA Non-Faculty postings can view available positions by clicking here. Applicants interested in temporary SPA postings can view available positions by clicking here.
Once you are viewing a specific position of interest, you can apply online using the “Apply to this Job” button. You will then be asked to login or create an account. Once you have logged in or created your account, you will begin the application process. Please note: applicants will need to certify and submit their application in order to receive consideration. Applicants will receive a confirmation number once their application has been successfully submitted.
To report problems with the visiting/part-time faculty or temporary EPA Non-Faculty posting web page or if you need special assistance in accessing our visiting/part-time faculty or temporary EPA Non-Faculty position postings, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone (919) 966-3576. To report problems with the temporary SPA posting web page or if you need special assistance accessing our temporary SPA position postings, please email email@example.com or telephone (919) 843-2300.
Applicants should not send resumes to these e-mail addresses or use the e-mails or phone numbers to seek updates on specific positions, because these offices are unable to provide that information.
Thank you for your interest in employment at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.