Welcome to the Office of Human Resources! We look forward to serving you!
We develop and administer university-wide personnel programs that support...
- Labor Relations
- Training and Development
- Development of HR policies
The University is committed to maintaining a diverse workforce and to treating employees fairly and equitably. Consistent with its philosophy on human resource management, the university promotes respect for the equal dignity of all people. The university complies with and promotes conduct consistent with federal and local EEO laws and regulations, including but not limited to Title VII and Title IX.
Commitment to Excellence
The mission of the University as a community of students, faculty, administrators, and staff is to pursue the truth in all its forms through excellence as a Catholic university, excellence in graduate research and excellence in teaching and learning. Fulfillment of this mission requires, among other things, that our workplace embody the Catholic principles of social justice, especially the benefits from working as a community of service toward a shared aim. This common vision entails the university's commitment to its employees. To learn more about this commitment, please read the entire University's Philosophy on Human Resources Management.
Any questions concerning human resources matters should be directed to the Office of Human Resources by e-mail at or by telephone at: 202-319-5050.
Career Opportunities at Catholic University
We welcome your interest in the Catholic University! Please click here to explore all of our career opportunities and open positions.
Whether you're an academic scholar, a business professional, or a skilled laborer, The Catholic University of America may have just the job you've been looking for. Providing a wide range of equal employment opportunities, The Catholic University of America offers competitive salary and benefits packages to its diverse employee population, including health and dental insurance, tuition assistance, a retirement plan, and more.
In accordance with Title IX and other applicable laws and regulations, The Catholic University of America does not discriminate on the basis of sex in any educational or employment programs or activities in which it participates. Questions should be referred to the
- Equal Opportunity Office
- the Office of General Counsel
- the Office of Civil Rights of the U.S. Department of Education
Please visit The Catholic University of America’s General Counsel site for other federally required disclosures.
The Catholic University of America is a drug-free, alcohol-free and smoke-free, Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity institution and welcomes applications from women, minorities, protected veterans, and people with disabilities.