Notice to Applicants
As the college responds to the COVID-19 situation and we work to ensure the safety of our students, faculty, staff, and candidates; we may experience delays in the hiring process. For the most current information on Swarthmore College COVID-19, please visit swarthmore.edu/
coronavirus-disease-2019- covid-19-information. Again, thank you again for your patience throughout this time and look forward to being in touch with you soon.
Thank you for your interest in Swarthmore College. Swarthmore welcomes people who are not just looking for a job, but seeking a meaningful opportunity to make a positive difference in the world. Our highly selective liberal arts college is situated on a scenic suburban Philadelphia campus. Our mission focuses on providing students with the knowledge, insight, and experience they need to become leaders and agents of change on behalf of the common good.
As an employer, Swarthmore is committed to providing full opportunity to all qualified persons regardless of national or ethnic origin, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, marital status, medical condition, veteran status, or disability. We welcome, and seek applications from candidates with diverse backgrounds, including those with intercultural experience and demonstrated commitments to an inclusive workplace and world.
We recognize that attracting and retaining outstanding faculty and staff is critical to maintaining our academic standard of excellence. And so, in addition to competitive salaries, we offer a high quality, comprehensive employee benefits program. We invite you to explore current Employment Opportunities at Swarthmore and to return to this site often. Again, thank you for your interest. We wish you success in your career search.
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The Department of Public Safety at Swarthmore College is responsible for the overall security of Swarthmore's campus and is the first contact and first responder for all campus emergencies. Its charge is to protect persons and property, preserve the peace, deter crime, apprehend criminal offenders, recover lost and stolen property, perform services as required, enforce appropriate College regulations, and maintain a sense of community security and confidence in the department. This information is publicly accessible in the College's Annual Fire Safety and Security Report. To obtain a paper copy of this report, please contact Public Safety at 610-328-8671 or visit the Department of Public Safety at Benjamin West house.