Employment at SSU
At Sonoma State University, it is our objective to recruit, retain and engage a team of well-qualified employees. Our work-life balance, quality of life, and professional development, and benefits programs assist us in meeting that objective.
Sonoma State University offers a comprehensive and attractive benefits program to its employees. Further information on the benefits offered may be found at the link on each job posting. In addition, to view the total cost of your benefits and salary, you can visit the Total Compensation Calculator which demonstrates the significance of the benefits package and its complement to base salary.
Employment at Associated Students
The Associated Students (AS) of Sonoma State University is a student run, student led auxiliary of the university whose mission is to serve and represent the students of the university. The AS is charged with providing student voice and a variety of co-curricular elements, including service learning activities, campus programming, early-childhood education and student support services.
Current Employment Opportunities are linked to below:
Faculty, Staff and Management Opportunities
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