If you’re thinking about joining the Johns Hopkins University community, here you can search available jobs and set up an account to apply for a job.
If you’re already a member of our faculty or staff, here we include important facts about daily life at the university—dress code, hours of work, and how we combat discrimination in the workplace. The Johns Hopkins University is a community committed to sharing values of diversity and inclusion in order to achieve and sustain excellence. We firmly believe that we can best promote excellence by recruiting and retaining a diverse group of students, faculty, and staff, and by creating a climate of respect that is supportive of their success.
And if you’re in a supervisory role, there are resources here to make your job a little easier. Learn about our recruiting and hiring procedures, salary administration guidelines, and managing employee performance.
The JHUjobs site provides a convenient method for you to apply to join the Hopkins Team. It also provides you with links to the most current information you need as an applicant to the university.
Applicants must apply online at jobs.jhu.edu separately for each job in which they are interested. You will not be considered for any job for which you have not specifically applied. We do not accept applications via email, U.S. mail, or fax.
If you need assistance with your application or you have a disability and need an accommodation, please confirm the "Personnel Area" listed on the job posting and then contact the appropriate Human Resources Divisional Offices.
You can Find your new job or Log On and create your application. Once you log on, you may use the Career Agent. The Career Agent will send you an email on a daily basis, identifying new jobs that meet specific criteria you select. Our FAQ page contains some common questions applicants often ask our recruiters.
Johns Hopkins University is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, disability, marital status, veteran status, or any other occupationally irrelevant criteria. The university promotes affirmative action for minorities, women, disabled persons, and veterans.
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