Welcome Employees and Job Seekers!
To achieve its mission and address the world's grand challenges, the University depends on thousands of talented and diverse faculty and staff. This site will help you learn more about all the University has to offer you, including benefits and resources to help you with your day-to-day work and grow your career.
Thank you for your interest in the University. We offer one of the most vibrant, satisfying, and rewarding workplaces in Minnesota. And with nearly 26,000 employees at the University, 850 distinct job titles, and five Minnesota campuses, your opportunities are vast. Learn more in Find a Job.
Training Hub, the University’s replacement training administration system for ULearn, is now available for learners at training.umn.edu. UMN training providers will continue to add courses to the catalog over the coming weeks. To learn more about Training Hub features and to access the learners’ self-help guide, visit the Training Hub web page.
Did you know that one hour of gardening burns as many calories as running for a half hour? With RedBrick Track you can earn wellbeing points for working in the garden, joining in on fun activities with friends and family, or any healthy habit that matters to you. Just log in to RedBrick Health and track your activity. Earn one point per day, up to 75 points.
The 2018 University of Minnesota Farmers Market will run from July 11 to September 26 on the Gateway Plaza, just outside the McNamara Alumni Center. The market features Twin Cities–area vendors who travel two hours or less to sell a variety of fresh seasonal produce, including berries, sweet corn, tomatoes, apples, and pumpkins. The market is held rain or shine every Wednesday from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Be sure to bring along a reusable bag to tote your market goods and small bills to pay with cash.
With the help of free financial counselors, over $1.6 million in personal debt has been paid off by University employees since 2014. The University offers free financial counseling to employees through LSS Financial Counseling, a Minnesota-based nonprofit organization. A counselor helps to create a debt management plan that consolidates payments so debt is paid off faster. Employees and their families can schedule up to six counseling sessions a year for free to talk about paying off debt, budgeting, paying off student loans, buying a home, and reviewing credit reports. To make an appointment, call 800-528-2926 or visit the financial counseling page to learn more about this benefit.
Diversity on Campus
All policies can be found in the University Policy Library. Look for the Human Resource Policy page for policies related specifically to Human Resources. Forms from across the University are available on this site as well.
Phone: 4-UOHR (612-624-8647, or 800-756-2363)
|Office of Human Resources
|Leadership & Talent Development
|Compensation & Classification
|Office of Human Resources
100 Donhowe Building
319 15th Ave. S.E.
Minneapolis, MN 55455
|U of M Job Center
545 West Bank Office Building
1300 South Second Street
Minneapolis, MN 55454