Office of Faculty Affairs

Open Positions

Cal Poly Pomona has 45 tenure-line faculty searches for the 2021-22 academic year. Please check back.  The job announcements will be posted as they become available.  We expect to begin posting Sept. 15.

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Individuals with disabilities, who are applicants for faculty positions, requesting reasonable accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities should contact Faculty Affairs at 909-869-3418 or the ADA Coordinator at 909-869-5152.


A background check (including a criminal records check) must be completed satisfactorily before any candidate can be offered a position with the CSU. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the application status of applicants or continued employment of current CSU employees who apply for the position.


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About Cal Poly Pomona

Cal Poly Pomona is among the best public universities in the West and is nationally ranked for helping students achieve economic success. As an inclusive polytechnic university, we cultivate success through experiential learning, discovery and innovation.  Learn more about Cal Poly Pomona.

Our Colleges

Don B. Huntley College of Agriculture

The College of Agriculture was founded in 1938 and is the second largest by enrollment of five agricultural colleges in California. It is the sole provider of comprehensive agricultural programs focusing on the needs of the $1 trillion Southern California economy and its 21 million people. The College provides a unique integrative approach to agricultural education that recognizes the strong disciplinary interdependencies related to professional orientation and culture, basic societal needs, lifestyles, and social and environmental responsibility. The College is well positioned to meet the expanding demand for qualified graduates in highly specialized fields within the agricultural food, fiber, ornamental and animal industries. With an enrollment of almost 1,800, which has grown over the last decade, the College has evolved in step with changing urban agricultural education needs. The Agriculture faculty recognizes the need for change and has continued to develop a vision for its future.

College of Business Administration

College of Business Administration (CBA), with over 4,900 undergraduate and graduate students, is the largest college on campus. Business at Cal Poly Pomona is a microcosm of Southern California, with students coming from across the region and the world.

College of Education and Integrative Studies

The College of Education and Integrative Studies is a learning community focused on meeting the present and future needs of students. We educate students to become highly qualified and significant leaders in our society. We are committed to the principles of diversity, ethics and social justice, and life-long learning. Central to our mission are innovative and integrative thinking, reflective practice, collaborative action, and learning by doing.

College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences

The faculty and staff of the College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences provide an excellent education for students desiring intellectual enrichment and career enhancement in the humanities, social sciences, and performing arts. The College offers introductory and advanced course work in 20 degree and certificate programs. Central to the mission of the College is the General Education program offered to all students enrolled in the University. The College embraces its role in providing courses and curricula in support of multiple and single subject teaching credential students. The University’s mission to provide for the "intellectual, personal, and professional development" of its students, staff, and faculty lies at the heart of the College’s commitment to offer programs that educate the whole person.

The Collins College of Hospitality Management

The Collins College of Hospitality Management at the California State Polytechnic University, Pomona (Cal Poly Pomona). Founded in 1973, The Collins College of Hospitality Management is the first and largest four-year hospitality management degree program in California and the only hospitality management college on the West Coast. Approximately 1,400 undergraduate students receive a superior education in the state-of-the-art Collins College facilities, where they learn to apply hospitality management theories and concepts to real-world settings. Part of this unique academic experience includes managing and operating the full-service Restaurant at Kellogg Ranch. Building from its renowned undergraduate program, the college offers a Master of Science in Hospitality Management, which was recently ranked in the top ten in the country.

College of Engineering

The College of Engineering is a premier hands-on teaching university with a learn by doing education philosophy that links theory with practice. All teaching is done by faculty, as student learning and student success are our major priorities. In addition to teaching, we expect faculty to conduct applied, basic, and/or pedagogical research, and advise and mentor students.

College of Environmental Design

The mission of the College of Environmental Design is to provide an outstanding academic and professional learning experience within a multidisciplinary structure. The College philosophy embodies a passion for creative excellence, environmental sustainability, and social responsibility in each of the College's departments. The College of Environmental Design is one of eight colleges at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona (Cal Poly Pomona) and was established in 1970. The College offers professional degree programs at the graduate level in Regenerative Studies undergraduate and graduate levels in Architecture, Art, Landscape Architecture, Urban and Regional Planning and at the undergraduate level in Art.

College of Science

The College of Science is one of seven colleges on the campus with over 3500 undergraduate majors in eleven degree programs offered by seven academic departments: Biological Sciences, Chemistry & Biochemistry, Computer Science, Geological Sciences, Kinesiology & Health Promotion, Mathematics & Statistics, and Physics & Astronomy, and includes several specialty centers. Master’s degree programs enrolling approximately 250 students are offered in biology, chemistry, computer science and mathematics & statistics. The College of Science is committed to excellence in teaching and research and is currently the largest recipient of extramural funding on the campus. The College maintains active collaborations with industry through its cooperative education student internship programs and joint research projects.