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If you take pride in your work, strive to make a difference, have a passion for excellence and want to be recognized and rewarded for your contributions, we want to hear from you.

At Union County College the personal rewards are endless and the benefits are outstanding. For more than eighty years, we have provided county residents with affordable access to higher education by providing quality, innovative and flexible programs and services. We offer competitive salaries for full-time employees combined with a comprehensive benefits package that creates an outstanding total rewards package, including medical, dental, pension, and vision plans. The College also offers generous paid time-off, a summer work schedule, tuition remission, and tuition reimbursement.

We invite you to review our current openings and submit your information for consideration.

Applications will be accepted on-line only.

Special Considerations

Full-time and Part-time employment with Union County College is contingent upon

  • satisfactory completion of a background check and drug screening to ensure a safe learning and work environment for our students, staff, and faculty.
  • Approval by the Board of Trustees and Board of Governors of Union County College
  • Completion of an I-9 form. As specified by the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, you will be required to furnish proof of identity as well as evidence of eligibility to be legally employed in the United States.
  • Receipt of your official sealed transcripts

Employee, Guest, and Visitor Accommodation Requests

Mr. Vincent Lotano
Director of Human Resources
Section 504 Administrator and ADA Coordinator
MacDonald Hall, room A-219
908-709-7046 (phone)

All requests for accommodations from Union County College employees, guests, and visitors, pursuant to Section 504 or the ADA, should be directed to Mr. Lotano, the Section 504 Administrator and ADA Coordinator. All matters, other than student accommodation requests and complaints, also may be directed to Mr. Lotano.

New Jersey First Act Residency Exemption

Effective September 1, 2011, the “New Jersey First Act” contains new residency requirements for most public officers and employees.

Current, new, or prospective public employees should be aware that the New Jersey First Act, N.J.S.A. 52:14-7 (L. 2011, Chapter 70), requires employees of all public employers (for example, state, county, and municipal governments), public agencies, authorities, boards, bodies, commissions, public institutions of higher education, certain quasi-public entities, and all school boards to reside in the State of New Jersey unless otherwise exempted under the law. For more information:

Contact Information

Union County College
1033 Springfield Avenue
Cranford, NJ 07016

Office of Human Resources
(908) 709-7607 (phone)
(908) 709-7683 (fax)
Office Hours: 8:30am to 4:30pm