A place to collaborate, a place to develop
Why work at the St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences?
The St. Pölten UAS offers a meaningful occupation with many diverse possibilities. True to the motto “shape as a team, grow as an individual”, teaching, research and administration work together in interdisciplinary teams to shape our future while still leaving enough room for personal development and growth.
With more than 3,700 students, the St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences is a key player in the Austrian higher education sector and one of the most important employers in the region. Awards attest to our quality as an employer - such as HR Excellence in Research or the Seal of Approval for Workplace Health Promotion.
Our university distinguishes itself through its future-oriented and steadily growing number of study programmes, a strong interdisciplinary collaboration and its research focus.
Due to its ideal location, the St. Pölten UAS is also easy to reach by public transport for staff members from surrounding areas. Vienna, for example, is only a 25-minute train ride away.
A place to collaborate, a place to develop
Teaching 6 offers availiable
Research 2 offers availiable
Administration No offers availiable
There are currently no job vacancies for full-time staff members.
For the St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences, the variety and diversity of its staff members is the key to innovation, success, and further development. Applications by qualified women are particularly welcome. In the case of equal suitability, we give precedence to applicants with special needs. We explicitly invite persons with a migration background to apply. We are looking forward to receiving your application!
St. Pölten UAS is committed to the Diversity Charter (Charta der Vielfalt).
As part of the workplace health promotion programme “FHit!”, the St. Pölten UAS promotes an environment that enables employees to work in a healthy and motivated manner. For this, the UAS has received the seal of approval for “workplace health promotion” from the Austrian Health Insurance Fund.
The St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences is now part of the European Human Resources Strategy for Researchers (HRS4R) serving the purpose of improving the working conditions of researchers in Europe. Within the framework of the programme, the St. Pölten UAS developed a set of measures and has now been honoured with the distinction “Human Resources Excellence in Research” for these measures as well as the first steps towards their implementation. As a consequence, the UAS is entitled to use the HRS4R logo.
The European programme is based on the “European Charter for Researchers” and the “Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers”. The charter is a set of general principles containing recommendations of the European Union for the improvement of researchers’ working conditions and career prospects. The HRS4R project is currently being implemented at our university. In the course of this process, the most important principles for the recruitment of researchers have been laid down in the OTMR policy and the catalogue of planned measures has been published in the action plan.
Our values as an employer
Flexible Working Hours
Depending on their field of activity, our staff members can use a flexitime work model.
Depending on their area of responsibility, we enable our staff members to perform up to 50% of their working hours either from home or from any other location in Austria.
Bright and barrier-free rooms, high-quality equipment and a modern infrastructure create a pleasant and productive atmosphere. In teaching and research, state-of-the-art labs and studios as well as advanced teaching and learning facilities are available.
Parking is free of charge for all staff members of the St. Pölten UAS.
During their training phase, new staff members receive support through our mentoring programme.
Further Education and Development
Continuous further education (both in-house and external), career models and individual qualification agreements encourage the professional development of our staff members in teaching, research, management and administration.
Our on-site UAS canteen offers daily changing lunch menus, a salad bar as well as different snacks and drinks.
In-house health promotion, company medical care, voluntary occupational provisions and many sports activities make for an ideal balance.
With more than 130 partner universities around the world, our staff members can experience different cultures by participating in our staff mobility programmes.
Staff members of the UAS receive discount shopping vouchers at numerous partner companies.
Events & Outings
Staff members come together outside the office for celebrations and trips, such as Christmas parties, the summer event and company outings.
More Free Time
Our employees have extra days off each year to enjoy their free time (Good Friday, 24 to 31 December).
We offer different models that allow our staff to take some "time out" under certain conditions: educational leave, educational part-time work, sabbatical.
Our staff members can make use of a free childcare option at certain times, for example during the week before Easter and two weeks in the summer.
What our employees say
„Diversity is not just a word at the St. Pölten UAS. The greater the differences between people, the more they can learn from each other. Working on a common goal makes cultural barriers and differences disappear.”
„The St. Pölten UAS allows its staff members to really live the link between theory and practice, research and teaching, instead of growing ‘old’ in the ivory tower of science. This helps to build a bridge to society.”
Academic Director Media and Communications Consulting (MA)
„I appreciate the familiar atmosphere and the positive collaboration at the St. Pölten UAS.”
Systems Engineer, service unit IT and Infrastructure
You want to apply for a job at the St. Pölten UAS? This is how our application process works – from receipt of application documents to onboarding.