Let’s make it official
Ready to become a Lynx? We are still accepting applications, but housing and class registration are first-come, first-served.

Come work at Lesley University, a community dedicated to scholarship, equity, diversity, inclusion, and justice. We’re located in dynamic Cambridge, Massachusetts, one of the world’s best college towns. More than 5,000 students are enrolled in our undergraduate and graduate programs.

We believe that education should be transformative. Our students become immersed in academics but also in the community. They fulfill their purpose as teachers, mental health counselors, artists, and other fields by working alongside professionals through internships.

We Value our Employees

We're dedicated to creating an environment in which all employees enjoy their work and feel valued. We offer competitive salaries, benefits, and services, including professional development. We’re committed to equal opportunity and inclusion throughout the university. We welcome applicants of all races, cultures, gender, and sexual identities. And we work hard to ensure that the pool of candidates for each position is as diverse as possible.

Total number of Lesley employees, as of August 2021
Core faculty who are teaching at Lesley
Staff and administrators working here
Work at Lesley
How to Apply
Hire a Lesley student or graduate
Post a Job
If you're an employer outside of Lesley University looking to hire a Lesley student or graduate, review our Guide for Off-Campus Employers. See how you can post a position where our students and alumni look for part-time and full-time work. If you are a department on campus looking to hire a Lesley student for part-time work, or a Lesley student looking for an on-campus job, please review the Student Jobs page on the website.
Contact Human Resources with any questions.
Lesley University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity institution and does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, religion, color, creed, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, handicap or disability in its education programs, employment or in admissions to, access to or treatment in its programs or activities.