Why work at Bennington College?
Because it is a laboratory for innovation in higher education. At Bennington, learning and making—on campus and in the field—are inseparable, and its graduates are noted for their outsized impact on the world’s stage. This 24-7 campus celebrates the ongoing making of work—shared on walls, in shows and performances, in lectures and readings, and in electric conversations—and believes that equity, diversity, and inclusivity are vital to a collaborative community. Our staff, faculty, and students create this atmosphere every day—and Bennington strives to make them thrive.
We welcome your interest in employment opportunities at Bennington. The College is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity. If you need further assistance or information, please contact Human Resources or the specific faculty discipline noted in the job listing.
Expansive natural beauty, distinctive architecture, and a vibrant community are defining qualities of the Bennington campus. Consistently named one of the most beautiful campuses in the country, Bennington is also celebrated for its dynamic facilities and engaging classroom experience.
Bennington offers the best of both worlds: top-class cultural offerings amidst stunning natural surroundings. The College borders New York’s capital district and the culture-rich Berkshires of Western Massachusetts. MASS MoCA, The Clark Art Institute, and Williams College, plentiful opportunities for outdoor adventure, farmers markets and restaurants, and shopping—you will thrive here.
Bennington College offers a robust benefit package to its eligible employees, including health, dental, and vision care, life insurance and long term disability coverage, retirement savings programs, generous time off benefits, the opportunity to take classes at the College, and a tuition exchange program for college-bound dependents. Employees are also invited to participate in the many cultural and recreational offerings on campus including the use of the Meyer Recreation Barn and the Crossett Library.