We are excited to share that Purdue University has begun utilizing a new hiring tool, SuccessFactors. SuccessFactors will simplify the application process; you can apply from your mobile device or even use your LinkedIn profile to apply. Any information – such as a profile or application materials – from our previous hiring tool, Taleo, will not roll over into the new hiring tool.

Careers/Application Assistance: If you have questions about SuccessFactors, including how to build your profile, email sfrecruit@purdue.edu. Questions about careers at Purdue can be directed to careers@purdue.edu.

How to Apply

Create your account and complete your online profile

Download Step by Step guide here.

Download Step by step guide for an internal candidates here.

Only employees who were active (as of Dec. 23) were migrated to SuccessFactors. Inactive employees do not have access to SuccessFactors until placed into a current position. To apply for a position, the inactive employee must visit https://careers.purdue.edu. Once fully processed/hired as an active employee, the career account will be attached to the new employee record in SuccessFactors. Until then, a temporary user account is assigned.

Don’t see a job that currently interests you? Please feel free to create an account so we know you are interested and can be considered for future postings. 

Please note, all applicants must apply online. No hard copy/paper resumes will be accepted.


Request for Reasonable Accommodation

If you wish to make a request for reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), please contact our Employee Relations administrator at erquestions@purdue.edu. (Please note that questions about SuccessFactors should be addressed to sfrecruit@purdue.edu, and questions about careers at Purdue can be sent to careers@purdue.edu. To help us serve you in the most timely fashion, please direct your question to the appropriate email address.)

Purdue University complies with all federal and state laws prohibiting discrimination against individuals with disabilities.

We have an Employee Relations administrator available to assist employees and applicants with questions regarding reasonable accommodations and to provide information about disability employment issues.

English as a Second Language (ESL) classes listing

For English as a Second Language (ESL) classes, please reference the following locations. Additional resources will be added as discovered.

Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN 47907, (765) 494-4600

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