On the Duke Human Resources website, you can search for opportunites to become a new Duke employee, change your position within Duke, join the School of Nursing or many other areas across the University. You can also find out why Duke has been named as a best place to work by several publications and organizations.
Duke is renowned in the region for its great employee benefits, whether it be health care, retirement planning, or balancing work and family responsibilities. And Duke offers unique benefits like the Nasher Museum of Art, Duke Forest, Duke Performances, even local discounts. And, of course, Blue Devil athletics.
But it isn't just the benefits that lead one to a Duke career. A generous compensation package is easy to understand with HR's pay schedules, job classifications, workers comp and more. Even Duke's own Credit Union.
We all know that keeping up with the Human Resources policies can be difficult. But Duke HR looks to make it clear. The official word on Diversity & Institutional Equity, Workplace Expectations, Staff Development, Benefits, Workplace Health & Safety and more can be found on the HR Policies manual. The Institutional Ethics and Compliance Program helps ensure compliance with the laws and regulations that apply to the broad activities performed at Duke. For a complete list of policies that apply to the entire Duke enterprise, see the Duke Policies web site.
Duke promotes sustainability throughout all aspects of the university from purchasing to transportation and water conservation to the Smart Home. Duke's Sustainability site has information on all of these areas.
Working@Duke provides a way to find out what’s going on at Duke and gain a better understanding of issues that affect daily work and the resources available to you.