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Employees are the University of Tennessee’s greatest asset and are critical to its ability to achieve success in classrooms, communities and offices across the state. The University is committed to recruiting and retaining the best and brightest faculty and staff and strives to be an employer of choice by focusing on employee needs and seeking feedback at every opportunity.

Whether you are a current UT employee looking to make a change or are considering a career at the University for the first time, you are encouraged to explore the openings and find your own place in the UT family.

Working for the Institute for Public Service is a unique and rewarding experience. Every day in Tennessee, nearly 200 IPS employees from Memphis to Johnson City are helping city and county governments, law enforcement personnel, and manufacturers and small business leaders better serve their customers and clients. Our product is the work of our staff consulting, advising and training clients on best practices in business and government. We’re looking for motivated and hard-working team members dedicated to making Tennessee a better place to work and live.

Current job opportunities with the institute are listed below. For more information, contact Judie Martin at judie.martin@tennessee.edu

 

Center for Industrial Services

Workforce Development Consultant

IPS Consultant II, Outreach (Knoxville)

IPS Consultant II, Advanced Composite Technical (Knoxville)

Consultant II, Performance Improvement 

County Technical Assistance Service

Property Assessment Consultant II 

Law Enforcement Innovation Center

No opportunities at this time

Municipal Technical Advisory Service

Program Manager, Training and Development  (Knoxville)

Naifeh Center for Effective Leadership

Coordinator I

Training Specialist

IPS Administration Office

No opportunities at this time

 

To apply electronically for a position at IPS or UT visit:

http://humanresources.tennessee.edu/recruitment/

 

The University of Tennessee has instituted a pre-employment requirement to conduct background checks of new hires for regular faculty and staff. Some UT campuses and institutes also include checks for new term and limited duration appointment employees. A job offer is contingent upon a successful background check.

 

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