Work at Chatham
Thank you for your interest in working at Chatham University! With growing momentum regionally, nationally, and even globally, it is essential that the candidates Chatham attracts be well suited to thrive in the entrepreneurial environment that is fostered here at one of Pittsburgh's leading universities.
Chatham has more than 350 full-time employees who contribute to our tremendous growth and influence. The University offers a competitive salary and a benefits package that includes a retirement savings plan with a generous University match; affordable medical coverage with a major focus on wellness; comprehensive dental and vision plans; tuition remission and tuition exchange for employees and qualified family members; six weeks of paid parental leave; and paid time off.Summary of Benefits
Equal opportunity and affirmative action are integral to employment and education at Chatham University because we recognize that the University’s present and future strength is based primarily on people and their skills, experience, and potential to develop, no matter what their race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, marital status, or any other legally protected status. The University will not tolerate any form of discrimination.Learn More
Chatham is committed to creating and promoting a diverse campus body with regard to faculty, staff, students, and other affiliates.Learn More
Culture & Community
Chatham’s culture is as warm and welcoming as its breathtaking campus. Faculty and staff collaborate not only across departments, but across schools and with affiliated centers such as the Chatham University Women’s Institute and the Center for Regional Agriculture, Food, and Transformation (CRAFT). The campus community comes together at multiple events over the course of the year, such as employee meals and traditions like the holiday Candlelight event, Global Focus events, and Buckets and Blossoms, a day when the campus comes together to plant flowers on campus.
Fit for the Future
Since 2004 Chatham's health and wellness programs, "Fit for the Future", has provided a variety of programs to increase community awareness for a healthier lifestyle. From squash clinics and yoga classes to biometric screening and flu shots, Chatham prioritizes the health and wellbeing of faculty, staff, and students. We also participate in the Take a Healthy Step (TAHS) program through the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC), which encourages Chatham employees and their covered spouses to take simple steps to manage their health and enjoy a healthier lifestyle. This program has kept our health insurance premiums reasonable and we provide an incentive for employees to waive the annual deductible with achieving wellness points.