Careers in business education are made here.
Career Connection
As of June 1, 2022, AACSB members can now post jobs for free!

Career Connection provides career services and employer support to professionals passionate about business education.

Whether you’re exploring a new career in education, are a seasoned leader interested in driving lasting change, or your institution is looking for the newest member of its team, meaningful careers in business education begin here.
Frequently Asked Questions
To post a position, go to the top drop-down menu and select "Post a Job" then select a product. The site will then direct you to log in with your myAACSB account. If you don’t have a myAACSB account, you can easily create one by selecting “Create New User”. Make sure to create your account using your organizational email address―do not use Gmail or Yahoo, etc.
AACSB’s membership is organization-based. If your organization is a member of AACSB, you receive member benefits, including the member rate.
You can find a listing of AACSB’s educational members here. Please note that your myAACSB account must be tied to a member institution in order to receive the member rates and complimentary 30-day job postings.
The default payment type is by credit card. If you need to be invoiced, please contact us at [email protected].
To suspend your job posting, log on to your AACSB Career Connection account, select the "Manage Jobs" tab, go to your job posting, and select "Suspend Posting”.
To see how many people have viewed your posting, log on to your AACSB Career Connection account, select the "Manage Jobs" tab and select "Your Jobs". You will be able to view the job views here.
To upload your resume, log on to your AACSB Career Connection account and select "My Resumes". You can then upload your resume file or build your resume online.
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