MENV regulary hires faculty, staff, and students throughout the academic year based on the needs of the program. Below is a listing of our position types, including the posting locations and application procedures.

Job postings for MENV Faculty & Staff, when available, are posted directly to CU's internal job board and/or the external CU Careers website.

Each term MENV hires Temporary Teaching Faculty to instruct one or more courses. These positions are part-time usually ranging from 1 – 6 credit hours (6% - 50%). These appointments are temporary in nature and for one teaching term only. The terms are defined as Fall Term, Spring Term or Summer Session. A minimum of a Master’s Degree in the course material is required as is knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to be successful in the role. Compensation ranges from $3000 – 12,500 depending on level of education, experience, and percent time.
How to apply: Please contact for more information.

MENV is currently seeking a part-time Lecturer in the Capstone Program to teach professional development topics as part of the Capstone Innovation Lab (CIL) course series. Topics include: design thinking for career design, professional communications, professional development strategy, design of consulting deliverables, and professional relationship-building/networking. This is a one-semester appointment for the Fall 2022 semester (August – December 2022) with the possibility of extension. Review of applications will begin on June 30, 2022 and applications will be accepted until the position is filled. The anticipated start date is August 15, 2022. Please click here for the full job description and application instructions and contact information.

MENV hires students to assist with program administration and provide support to faculty and staff. These students will have the unique opportunity to work alongside faculty and staff and get an inside look at program operations. While each MENV student employee will have an individual set of duties, they will also share a collective set of responsibilities. As student employees positions become available, they will be posted below. 

MENV Recruitment Graduate Assistant
The MENV Graduate Program is seeking a self-starter with relevant professional experience and excellent communication and interpersonal skills to help support student recruitment efforts. The Recruitment Graduate Assistant will report directly to the Recruitment and Marketing Manager. To apply, please email Liz Holland ( by June 24 with 1) your resume 2) your responses to the required application questionsPlease click here for more information regarding the position.