Employment Opportunities

Bard considers applications for posted positions only.


If you are interested in applying, please send the following materials via the method listed on the job listing:
  • a letter of application
  • a curriculum vitae or resume
  • the names three references (for faculty searches, recommendation letters)
  • for faculty searches, additional materials may be required, check the posting for more information.
Unsolicited resumes and applications are discarded after 30 days. 

Faculty / Staff Searches

Bard College uses Interfolio by Committee for all faculty & staff searches - Interfolio by Committee does not charge for applications, or letter writers.
Please click on 'Information for Letter Writers on Interfolio' for more information for your Letter Writers.
For questions regarding applications through Interfolio, contact the Office of Human Resources: hr@bard.edu.

Applications are reviewed by a search committee or hiring manager responsible for determining applicant eligibility for an open position based on posted job requirements. 

Academic Positions

Bard Center for Environmental Policy

Part-time Visiting Professor, M.S. in Climate Science and Policy Program

Bard College

2-Year Visiting Assistant Professor in Chemistry
Assistant Professor of 20th Century U.S. History, Full-time, Tenure-track
Assistant Professor of Classics, Full-time, Tenure Track
Assistant Professor of Economics & Finance - Full-time, Tenure Track
Assistant Professor of Economics, Full-time,Tenure Track
Assistant Professor of Experimental Physics
Jacob Neusner Chair in the History and Theology of Judaism
Post-Doctoral Fellowships-Hannah Arendt Center for Politics & Humanities
Tenure Track – Assistant Professor in Biology
Two Tenure-Track Assistant or Associate Professors of Mathematics
Visiting Assistant Professor in Cultural Anthropology
Visiting Assistant Professor in Psychology
Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology

Bard College at Simon's Rock

Faculty in Dance
Full-time Assistant Professor in 19th Century U.S. History

Bard Graduate Center

Andrew W. Mellon “Cultures of Conservation” Fellowship
Bard Graduate Center Research Fellowship
Bard Graduate Center/AMNH Fellowship in Museum Anthropology
BGC Visiting Fellowships

BHSEC Baltimore

Dean of Studies
Faculty - Chemistry
Faculty - Computer Science
Faculty - Mathematics
Faculty - World History
Faculty - World Language
Faculty - World Literature

BHSEC Manhattan

Adjunct Faculty - Spanish language

Center for Curatorial Studies

Collection Research Fellow

MBA in Sustainability

Visiting Lecturer Positions, Bard MBA in Sustainability

Contacting Bard Human Resources


Bard College Office of Human Resources

Mailing Address: PO Box 5000, (Street Address: 30 Campus Road), Annandale-on-Hudson, NY 12504-5000
Phone: 845-758-7428 or Fax: 845-758-7826 
Email: hr@bard.edu

We are open Monday through Friday, 9am - 5pm