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Did you know over 14,000 people work at MIT? Our dynamic environment, distinct culture, and diverse community foster collaboration and excellence in every corner of the campus. We offer an extensive range of benefits and resources that simply aren’t found together anywhere else. See more about what it’s like to be part of the community at MIT.
If you’re ready to help us shape the future, there’s a place at MIT for your unique skills, experience, and goals.
Follow @mit_hr on Twitter. Every Monday, we tweet jobs posted in the prior seven days with links so you can apply easily.
Let us do the searching for you. Create an account on our portal and set up a job alert. We will send you an email when we find jobs that match your search criteria.
Hint: Searches by keyword may produce more results than prove helpful. For more targeted searches, use of the functional area field is recommended.
You will receive an email listing the newly posted MIT positions that match your search criteria. The delivery dates will be based on your chosen contact frequency.
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We value diversity and strongly encourage applications from individuals from all identities and backgrounds. All qualified applicants will receive equitable consideration for employment based on their experience and qualifications, and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, genetic information, veteran status, ancestry, or national or ethnic origin. MIT’s full policy on Nondiscrimination can be found here.
MIT considers equivalent combinations of experience and education for certain jobs. All candidates who believe they possess equivalent experience and education are encouraged to apply.
MIT is committed to providing for the safety and security of all members of our community. In accordance with the Clery Act, MIT publishes an Annual Security and Fire Safety Report. You may obtain the most recent copy of this report here or request a hard copy from the MIT Police.
Labor Condition Application Notifications
These US Department of Labor required notices serve to inform interested parties that the Massachusetts Institute of Technology submits applications for H-1B non-immigrants for certain academic and research positions.
Visit Performance Development to access information on Performance Reviews, the Performance & Development Review Tool (PDR), and the Schedule of Reviews. 
In addition to exploring Career Development, your manager can help you figure out which resources are appropriate to your needs, and available to you.
Visit Current Employees. When you search open positions, you will be directed to sign in to Touchstone (via your MIT certificate or email and Kerberos password) to access all internal job openings.
The MIT Careers site lists staff positions only. Hiring is handled outside of the Human Resources department for the following positions:
If you discover a job opening that interests you, click on Apply Now. You will be directed to create an account, and then directed to the job opening to fill out your application.
We each face our own, ever-changing set of personal and work-related challenges and opportunities. These webinars offer research-based strategies, tips, and information to help you be better prepared for whatever life presents next.
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