Working at ULiège
Working at the University of Liège means being part of a large community of workers from diverse professions and profiles, evolving in a dynamic and quality working environment. As a major job hub, ULiège regularly hires new employees.
mong the most important employers in the Liège region, ULiège generates from its several sites more than 5,000 direct jobs, comprised of 3,300 teachers and researchers, and approximately 1,700 management, administrative, technical and labour staff members. Here this varied panel of professions meets the needs of the institution as well as the challenges of a constant changing society and technology.
Selection tests are regularly administered in order to fill positions for engineers, legal experts, computer scientists, economists, architects, laboratory technicians, case managers, accountants, documentalists and administrative assistants.
Persons wishing to join ULiège are invited to regularly consult the job postings and communicate their interest.
Working at ULiègeJob Opportunities
Open, Transparent and Merit-based Recruitment of researchers
ULiege is aware to open its positions according to the international Research Performing University standards. This ensures that the best person for the job is recruited, guarantees equal opportunities and access for all. Facilitates developing international portfolio (cooperation, competition, mobility) and makes research careers more attractive.
A Quality Work Environment
Working at ULiège means contributing to the teaching mission, being in contact with research, evolving at the crossroads of knowledge, exchanges of ideas and creativity in many fields. Attention to the society that surrounds it, ULiège contributes to promoting its knowledge and know-how within civil society and businesses.
A hotbed of varied life courses, ULiège is committed to enabling each and everyone, regardless of their role, to flourish in their careers and professional projects. It offers its employees the opportunity to develop their skills and talents with a view toward career development through several training programmes and professional mobility.
The principles of ULiège are embedded in its Charter of Values that covers all its employees. Pluralistic, ULiège seeks to promote freedom of expression, tolerance, solidarity, mutual respect, civility and non-discrimination.
It attaches special attention to the well-being and respect for the environment, demonstrating its concern for work safety and the protection of workers, in terms of health and psychosocial risks. It offers a great place to work, whether it is in buildings in the heart of the city or in its wooded sites in Liège, Gembloux and Arlon.