Job Opportunities

Academic Employment Opportunities

JPF01120 Assistant Professor – Entry-Level – School of Law – Initial review date September 7, 2016. Application submissions will be accepted through December 2, 2016.

JPF01121 Assistant Professor/Professor – Lateral – School of Law – Initial review date September 7, 2016. Application submissions will be accepted through January 6, 2017.

JPF00926 Lecturers, JD Program – Application deadline December 1, 2016.

JPF00928 Lecturers, Experiential Education – Application deadline December 1, 2016.

JPF00960 Lecturers, Legal Studies Program – Application deadline December 1, 2016.

JPF01151 Associate Librarian, Robbins Collection – Initial review date November 14, 2016. Open until filled.

For UC Berkeley campus Academic Employment Opportunities, go to AP Recruit.  Please follow application process detailed on website.

**Applications must be submitted through our Academic Personnel Recruit system in order to be considered for any academic position, unless otherwise noted in job announcement**



Staff Employment Opportunities

#21555 Software Developer

#21674 Student Services Advisor

#21699 Assistant Director of Admissions

#21842 Associate Director of Donor Stewardship

#21887 Financial Aid Advisor

#21931 Event Planner

#22034 Office Manager – Jewish Law and Israel Studies

#22035 CLEE Program Administrator

#22103 Death Penalty Paralegal

#22104 Program Director of Corp Sustainability Institute

#22133 Outreach Coordinator – Institute for Jewish Law & Israel Studies

#22134 Fellowship Coordinator – Human Rights Center

To apply for open staff positions go to and follow the application process outlined on the website. All applications must be submitted through in order to be considered for any staff position.

Student Employment Opportunities

The Career Development Office at Berkeley Law posts open positions for our students on B-Line.  As a Berkeley Law student you can log into B-Line to search opportunities. If you have any questions or trouble logging in please contact the Career Department Office.
Other job opportunities for UC Berkeley students and alumni can be found at the following locations:

Encore Bears

Retirees from Berkeley may return to work on campus for a limited period when the university needs their skills for temporary staff positions. Encore Bears was designed as a two-year pilot program that responds to the needs of hiring managers by providing a matching service which vets the prior experience of recent retirees, and connects highly-qualified retirees with campus units with immediate business needs.