Information Systems - Employment Opportunities

Wake Forest University Information Systems invites applications for its current employment position(s).  The successful candidate will join a department of more than 100 information technology professionals with expertise and collaborations in academic and administrative computing.

For current employment opportunities available in technology at Wake Forest visit this page. Wake Forest also provides Fellow position(s) in a variety of areas, including technology, that are posted here. Visit this page for all current Wake Forest University employment opportunities. Click on the job title(s) to view the job descriptions.

All applicants must submit an online application through the University’s Human Resources Department.  The application can be accessed by clicking the 'New Resume/CV' or 'Existing Resume/CV' button at the bottom of each job description.

Wake Forest University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.


Working at Wake Forest University


A comprehensive and affordable benefit package is available to employees. The University offers a myriad of other benefits in addition to the traditional benefit package which includes healthcare, dental, vision, retirement contribution, life insurance and disability. Flexible spending accounts are available for healthcare expenses and dependent care expenses.  Legal plan, eldercare, and tuition concession for the employee and their dependents are among some of the other attractive benefits available.  Wake Forest offers a generous and flexible paid time off program that includes five weeks PTO, a week’s vacation over the winter holiday, and eight additional holidays.  Throughout the year, employees have the ability to experience the many cultural events that take place on campus.  The Professional Development Center is dedicated to offering free opportunities to grow professionally and personally.  Discounts are available to many sporting events and employees have free access to the athletic facilities on campus.  

Learn more about Wake Forest's benefits in full detail here.

Wake Forest University welcomes and encourages diversity and seeks applications and nominations from women and minorities. Wake Forest seeks to recruit and retain a diverse workforce to maintain the excellence of the University, and to offer students richly varied disciplines, perspectives, and ways of knowing and learning.


Wake Forest University


One of the nation's most respected private schools, Wake Forest University is a collegiate university recognized for its outstanding academic reputation, challenging liberal arts curriculum, and personalized learning. Wake Forest further distinguishes itself through its beautiful residential campus, extensive study-abroad programs, sophisticated computing and networking technology, and Atlantic Coast Conference athletic programs. The university is committed to personalized education, inquiry and exploration. At Wake Forest, undergraduate classes are taught by full-time faculty, not graduate assistants. The student/faculty ratio is 10:1 and professors embody the teacher-scholar ideal of teaching and research. The heart of Wake Forest's mission is rooted in its motto, Pro Humanitate, service to humanity.

A mix of dedicated faculty teacher-scholars; curious and eager students; academic, cultural, athletic and social activities exemplify a school that is small in size, but large in resources. With fewer than 4,500 undergraduates, Wake Forest provides the intimacy and personal attention characteristic of America's most selective private institutions. Yet, Wake Forest is a world-class university with the academic reputation and research activity found at major universities. Its graduate school of arts and sciences, along with professional schools in law, medicine, management and divinity, enrich the intellectual environment and provide resources to undergraduates.

The university is a leader in the use of technology in higher education.  It was the first university to issue two laptop computers to each undergraduate -- one when they enter the university, replaced by a second at the beginning of the third year. The T430s is the current Lenovo ThinkPad.

Wake Forest University ranks 28th among national universities in the new edition of US News & World Report's "America's Best Colleges" guide. The annual guide gives Wake Forest high marks for its small classes, low student-faculty ratio, high graduation and retention rates, financial resources and alumni giving.

Learn more about Wake Forest University here.


The Information Systems Department


Information Systems is committed to attaining the highest level of quality and integrity in all relationships with its clients. We are dedicated to continuous improvement in the services we provide to students, faculty and staff, through effective implementation and management of information technology products, services, and support.

The Wake Forest University Information Systems Department provides computing and telecommunications services and support for the Reynolda Campus, the Reynolda House Museum of American Art, the overseas houses, and the Graylyn International Conference Center.  The Department works in conjunction with information technology professionals in the Babcock Graduate School of Management, the School of Law, the Information Technology Center, and the Instructional Technology Group. The Committee on Information Technology, a committee of the faculty, is charged with oversight of issues relating to information technology on campus.

Learn more about Information Systems here.


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Winston-Salem leaders are keeping their eyes on the future, and what they envision is our community as a major producer of the high technologies that will drive the global economy of the 21st century.  They are well on their way to making this vision a reality, with the Piedmont Triad Research Park now flourishing in downtown Winston-Salem.

There is no excuse for boredom in Winston-Salem because there is just too much to do and see.  Whatever your interests, Winston-Salem truly offers something for everyone: minor league and college sports, popular recreational destinations, diverse dining options, festive night life, a thriving arts community, fascinating historical sites, great shopping opportunities and fun events that spice up life throughout the year.

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