Norwich University offers a total compensation package that includes competitive wages, medical, dental, vision, life insurance, retirement, long- and short-term disability, extensive vacation, sick time, and leave options, long-term care insurance, employee assistance, pet-care, legal services, and much more. In addition the University offers graduate and undergraduate tuition scholarships for employees and their dependents, and participates in tuition exchanges and scholarships with hundreds of other universities throughout the country. Employees and dependents also have access to many University facilities and programs to include the gym, pool, library, fitness center, theater, performances, sporting events, and other activities.
Our faculty and staff play an important role in advancing Norwich University's mission.
The Human Resources Office provides timely support and services to the faculty and staff of the university.
Our core services include talent acquisition, compensation and benefits administration, performance development, staff training, employee relations, and compliance with state and federal employment laws and regulations.
“Where the Good Life Begins,” is the motto of Northfield, Vermont. Chartered in 1781, the town of Northfield lies on the eastern side of the Green Mountains, about a 15 minute drive from the state capital, Montpelier, and about an hour away from Vermont’s largest city, Burlington. Boston and Montreal are 3 hours away, and Vermont’s well-known ski slopes are within easy reach in nearly any direction.
Since 1866, Northfield has been the home-away-from-home over the decades for thousands of students who came to Norwich University to be part of a learning community that is “American in character yet global in perspective” (from the Norwich University Vision Statement). As such, Northfield is the location from which students return to their home states or their home countries and “life begins” for them in their new pursuits and endeavors.
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