Jobs at Madison College

Madison College is a great place to work and has been for more than 100 years. Voted One of the Best Companies to Work For by InBusiness Magazine year after year, we offer enriching job opportunities throughout the college in education, administration, facilities, and other areas.

Join the faculty pool at Madison College by applying for full or part time instructor opportunities. Part time instructors can teach credit and non-credit courses. As a non-credit course instructor in the School of Professional and Continuing Education, you’ll enjoy scheduling flexibility while sharing your expertise with adult learners.

MATC offers generous salaries, benefits, and an inspiring work environment. Employees enjoy a culture dedicated to professional development, wellness and inclusiveness. Learn more about Madison College.

Search for Jobs

Alumni and students can access the Career and Employment Center to assist with their job search for both off- and on-campus positions.


We're proud to offer our employees outstanding benefits and competitive wages. Employees may be eligible for the following benefits:

  • Paid holidays*
  • Sick leave*
  • Emergency/personal leave
  • Health insurance with Arise, Dean, GHC or WPS (92-93% employer-paid)
  • Dental insurance with Delta Dental (90% employer-paid)
  • Short- and long-term disability insurance
  • Life insurance (90% employer-paid)*+
  • Participation in the Wisconsin Retirement System*+
  • Opportunity to participate in tax-sheltered annuities*+
  • Professional development
  • Discounted Madison College tuition*+

*Part-time non-teaching staff (PSRP) benefits, employer contribution may vary
+Part-time faculty benefits, employer contribution may vary


We offer a variety of wellness programs and services for employees, helping them stay healthy and happy.


Employees at any of the Madison College campuses can access on-site resources.


Madison College achieves its mission by following the values of excellence, respect, commitment to diverse communities and creating access to higher education for all. Employees of the college are engaged in the community, connected to employers and focused on growth and development. Our institution has been creating opportunity in the Madison area for more than 100 years. 

Decision-making involves cross-departmental use of shared governance and interest-based problem solving. These values help empower employees to make sound decisions that put students first.

Madison Area Living

Madison is a vibrant city offering world-class dining, museums, downtown shopping, and the innovative UW-Madison campus. As Wisconsin's second largest city, the state's capital and nestled between two recreational lakes, Madison offers year-round activities for young people and families.

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Several Madison College campuses are located in metro Madison. Faculty and staff also serve students at regional campuses in Fort Atkinson, Watertown, Reedsburg, and Portage.

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New employees: Set up access to your employee account through the myMadisonCollege portal.