The American University of Rome provides equal opportunity for all qualified individuals in its educational programs and activities. The university does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, marital status, personal appearance, sexual orientation, family responsibilities, political affiliation, source of income or Vietnam-era veteran status. It conforms to all applicable federal and state non-discrimination laws. The policy of equal opportunity applies to every aspect of the operations and activities of the university generally and includes admissions and employment.


Current Teaching Opportunities

Business Studies Program - Part-time Adjunct Faculty

The Business Studies program at The American University of Rome seeks applications from qualified candidates for part-time, non-tenure-track Adjunct Faculty teaching opportunity in the Spring 2018 semester, with possible additional courses in future semesters. The successful candidate will teach two undergraduate management courses: MGT 201 Principles of Management and MGT 305 Human Resource Management in Service Operations.

The ideal candidate(s) will hold an advanced degree in management or business administration and have proven experience in travel and tourism. Recent teaching experience in the US higher education system is desirable. English fluency is mandatory; Mother tongue English preferred.

To apply, please send:

  • Cover letter (quote re: Adjunct Faculty in Principles of Management 18/2017), resume and three references are to be submitted by e-mail to humanresources@aur.edu

Italian work papers are essential. Interviews will start as soon as possible and will be on-going

AUR is an equal opportunity employer.
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Assistant Professor of Archaeology

The Archaeology and Classics Program at The American University of Rome is seeking applications for the position of Assistant Professor, a full-time tenure-track appointment beginning August 1, 2018, with a primary specialization in Classical Archaeology, with a secondary interest in a related field, such as Ancient History, Religion & Philosophy, or Greek & Roman Literature.
Applicant must have a PhD in-hand by the time of appointment. Responsibilities include five courses per year (semester system), and administrative contributions such as committee participation and student advising. The candidate will be expected to participate in the development of an interdisciplinary program in Archaeology and Classics, and to offer courses to support both the major and the overall liberal arts program of The American University of Rome.
We welcome applicants with expertise in any region of the classical world from prehistory to late antiquity, but preference will be given to candidates with teaching or learning experience in an American liberal arts institution, and with an interest in teaching students with diverse backgrounds and in diverse settings (on-site, classroom etc.).
Additional questions may be directed to Dr. Genevieve Gessert at g.gessert@aur.edu
 
To apply, please send:

  • Cover letter detailing the teaching and administrative experience (quote re: Assistant Professor of Archeology 16/2017), resume and three references are to be submitted by e-mail to humanresources@aur.edu 

Deadline for applications: November 15, 2017
 
Italian working papers will be required for employment; non-EU candidates must undergo the appropriate visa process if selected. Term employment contract. Full time position.
 
AUR is an equal opportunity employer.
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Adjunct Faculty in Environmental Science

The General Education program at The American University of Rome seeks applications from qualified candidates for part-time, non-tenure-track Adjunct Faculty teaching opportunity in the Spring 2018 semester, with possible additional courses in future semesters. The successful candidate will teach ENV 103: Environmental Science, an introductory-level laboratory course in science for liberal arts students. The course is currently scheduled for Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:15-7:05pm and enrolls 12-15 students.
The ideal candidate(s) will hold an advanced degree in Biology or Environmental Science and will have experience in teaching laboratory courses. Recent teaching experience in the US higher education system is desirable. English fluency mandatory; Mother tongue English preferred. 
 
To apply, please send:

  • Cover letter (quote re: Adjunct Faculty in Environmental Science 17/2017), resume and three references are to be submitted by e-mail to humanresources@aur.edu

Italian working papers are essential. Interviews will start as soon as possible and will be on-going.

AUR is an equal opportunity employer.

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Current Staff Opportunities

Student Database & CRM Support Administrator

The American University of Rome is looking for a Student Database & CRM Administrator to oversee and manage two interrelated functions within the Admissions office: the processing of applications, including related data collection and management, primarily via CRM (Salesforce) and SIS (Jenzabar) systems.
 
Duties:

Admission Operations

The SDCR will facilitate application processing and data analysis.  This includes:

  • Application processing; including the collection, tracking, and archiving of supplementary application documents and information;
  • Management of integration uploads between various systems (portals/common app etc)
  • Troubleshooting of both systems
  • Managing and updating the data tasks in Informatica as required
  • Integrated application data management across the CRM (Salesforce) and SIS (Jenzabar) systems
  • Integrity of data; including data accuracy and authenticity;
  • Reporting and analysis of admissions statistics.
  • Reporting of other departmental statistics when allotted time is approved by supervisor.

The SDCR works with the recruitment and admissions and financial aid counselors to support and ensure all aspects of the admissions process within the CRM and SD as well as other departments on AUR campus.
 
Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent
  • Intermediate English proficiency level required
  • High level of IT literacy, including familiarity with database and CRM organization and management.
  • CRM system management skills (experience with Salesforce preferred)
  • SQL writing skills
  • Creative, balanced with discipline to manage and adhere to project deadlines
  • Previous study or work abroad experience is desired.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills; clear communicator, confident and empathetic working with people inside and outside the organization

 
To apply, please send:

  • Presentation letter (quote re: Student Database & CRM Support Administrator 19/2017), resume and at least 1 reference contact are to be submitted by email to humanresources@aur.edu 

Deadline for applications: October 31, 2017
 
AUR is an equal opportunity employer.

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Privacy Policy

The American University of Rome informs you that, in compliance with the Italian Legislative Decree 196/2003, personal data directly provided or provided by third parties will be collected and stored in our archives and can be processed with the help of outside parties. The supplied data will be used only in relation to recruitment, selection, personnel management, training (free or paid) – either in hard copy or electronic form – and can be communicated. The provided data will be handled and stored, starting from the receipt of the curriculum vitae. Consent to data processing also allows receiving, via email, SMS or phone, communications regarding opportunities for recruitment, selection and business information. Any sensitive data will be immediately deleted by AUR in the absence of a written consent for the processing of personal data. It is possible to obtain the cancellation, the transformation into anonymous form, the blocking of data processed unlawfully, the updating, the correction, the integration of data, or to oppose oneself, for legitimate reasons, to the processing of personal data by writing to: The American University of Rome, Human Resources Department, Via Pietro Roselli 4 – 00153 Roma or humanresources@aur.edu.The acquisition and processing of your personal data are necessary for including you in our archives, used for the search and selection of staff and faculty. If you decide, as it is in your right, not to give us the authorization to process your information, we will not be able to achieve these goals.