Centre College strives to recruit and retain exceptionally qualified faculty and staff. To do this, we work to provide competitive compensation consistent with peer institutions, benefits, and professional development opportunities.
As positions become available they will be posted below. Questions regarding faculty positions should be directed to the Office of the Academic Dean by contacting Rita Rogers at 859.238.5343.
View and apply online for the staff positions listed by clicking on the link(s) below. If you are interested in a particular staff position, please read the qualifications to determine if you meet the minimum position requirements. Resumes are accepted only for current vacancies through the system. (If you wish to apply for a position and do not have a resume to submit online, the system will create one for you.) If you are presently employed at Centre College and interested in a promotion or transfer into a position listed here, please contact Human Resources Department.
CENTRE COLLEGE AT A GLANCE
Celebration of Difference
At Centre, we strive to create an environment where differences are celebrated rather than discouraged, where the individuals have the opportunity to exchange ideas and share in the richness of mutual experiences.
Centre offers a comprehensive benefit package designed to meet a variety of needs. Please visit the benefits link for more information.
Centre is located in the picturesque, historic town of Danville, Kentucky. A town of 18,000 recognized for its high quality of life. To learn more about Danville, please visit the Danville/Boyle County Convention and Visitors Bureau website.
A Most Charming Town
Best Value Schools recently named Danville, Kentucky, the home of Centre College, as one of the 30 Most Charming College Town Main Streets. The selected towns, required to be the home of at least one college, were chosen based on features like walkability, amenities and local events.
One of the Best College Towns
Danville was ranked #6 on a list of the 21 Best College Towns in the South for its beauty and relationship with the College. This list was compiled by Southern Living in July of 2016.