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Employment at Centre

Centre College strives to recruit and retain exceptionally qualified faculty and staff. To do this, we work to provide competitive compensation consistent with peer institutions, benefits, and professional development opportunities.

At Centre, we strive to create an environment where differences are celebrated rather than discouraged, where the individuals have the opportunity to exchange ideas and share in the richness of mutual experiences.

Current Openings

The positions listed below are available for online application by clicking on the job title. We only accept resumes for current openings through this system. If you do not have a digital resume to submit online, the system will help create one for you. Current Centre employees interested in a promotion or transfer into a position listed should contact the Human Resources Department.

Faculty Positions

Staff Positions

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Centre College at a Glance

As a fundamental policy, Centre College hires and promotes its employees and admits its students on the basis of merit, qualification, and character and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, veteran status, or genetic information in the administration of any of its education or employment policies. Information presented is subject to change.
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Human Resources Office

Human Resources office staff are here to help all College employees and potential employees with questions about open positions and employment policy. Stop by their office or give them a call.

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The College is proud to offer competitive and affordable health and retirement benefits, wellness programs, and other services to our talented faculty and staff.

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Centre is located in the picturesque, historic town of Danville, Kentucky. A town of 18,000 recognized for its high quality of life.


As positions become available they will be posted above. Questions regarding faculty positions should be directed to the Academic Affairs Office.

The higher education job search process can be challenging enough without adding the pressure of a spouse or partner seeking employment as well. And from an institutional perspective, it’s frustrating to lose a top candidate because of limited employment opportunities for the other half of a dual-career couple. The Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (HERC) was founded in 2000 to address these challenges, and, since then, nearly 20 regional organizations have been created, now representing more than 700 colleges and universities.