Working at Asbury University is much more than a job — it’s a chance to spend your working hours in a vibrant community of faith and learning. You will be encouraged to pursue excellence, to invest in community and to integrate your faith and work. You will be challenged to grow professionally, personally and spiritually, and your day-to-day work will have a direct impact on the lives of students. Are you ready for a job that makes a difference? Check out our current job openings.
“Fantastic people. Amazing sense of community. These qualities, and many others, make Asbury a very special place to work.” — Kevin, Faculty
“Asbury University is a wonderful community to work in. We have incredible students, staff and faculty to work with! Members of the Asbury University community are kind and share concern for each other.” —Esther, Student Life
“Having worked in the public sector for many years, Asbury is such a refreshing community where I have freedom to share my faith publicly, pray with students and colleagues, and be part of the tradition of holiness and spiritual vitality. It is a blessing and joy to serve the Lord at Asbury!” — Cheryll, Faculty
“There are many things I like about working at Asbury, but what I appreciate most is the people. The camaraderie at AU makes work enjoyable.” — Bill, Physical Plant
Asbury University is an independent, Christian, liberal arts college in the Wesleyan-Holiness tradition. Because of religious expression, Asbury requires a Standard of Conduct for its employees. A criminal background check is required for all final candidates.
The links below will direct you to a current list of job openings. All jobs listed are current.
Download the Application for Employment (PDF)
Apply by application and resume to:
Asbury University Human Resources Office
1 Macklem Drive
Wilmore, KY 40390
(859) 858-3511, x2240
(859) 858-8400, Fax
Asbury University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, national or ethnic origin or disability in the admission of students, educational policies and programs, employment practices, and activities. In addition, Asbury University does not discriminate on the basis of religion in the admission of students or student access to educational programs.