Human Resources


Welcome to Parker University’s Human Resources Department. We’re committed to serving our greatest asset – our employees – in a timely, ethical, and professional manner. Whether you’re seeking career opportunities or you’re a current employee, it’s our goal to provide you with the most accurate, timely, and relevant information and services.

Job Seekers
Thank you for your interest in working at Parker University.

Since 1982, Parker has been an employer of choice for individuals seeking employment in higher education. We offer competitive salaries, generous benefits, and the chance to be a part of an engaging campus community.

On this page, you can view our latest job postings for Parker University. We encourage you to explore the reasons why you should work at Parker University. You will be able to read about our commitment to fair hiring practices, our diverse campus environment, and the respect and appreciation we show for our faculty and staff.

It’s an exciting time to be a part of the Parker team. With the introduction of dynamic new degree programs, Parker’s standing among the health care community continues to rise. Together, we are more equipped than ever to enhance student academics and provide opportunities for the next generation of health care professionals.

Again, thank you for your interest in being a part of our team!

Current Faculty & Staff
Welcome, Parker employee! As you know, our Human Resources department is governed by its mission statement to recruit, retain, and develop employees with a superior competency level who are able to excel in delivering the highest standards of education, service, and patient care.

This section of the website offers information and resources for employees, including benefits, professional development, policies, and online services geared toward helping you thrive as a Parker employee.


Parker University recognizes the importance of maintaining a comprehensive benefit program for our employees. We offer a generous and full range of group employee benefits, from education opportunities to health insurance, to all eligible employees.

Parker’s comprehensive benefits program includes a choice between two medical plan options, both with prescription coverage. Additionally, Parker offers dental, life and AD&D, vision, flexible spending account, voluntary benefits for sickness and cancer indemnity plans, short term and long term disability, and a 403(b) DC retirement plan. Parker offers group health insurance to all regular full-time employees. The plan is designed as a cost sharing plan between the employee and the university. Parker utilizes a self-insured program which uses the United Healthcare (UHC) Options PPO network of providers. You can verify provider participation here. Prescription and chiropractic benefits are included in this plan.

In addition to health benefits, regularly appointed full-time faculty or staff members may qualify for tuition remission as long as you meet certain eligibility requirements. Additional Parker University benefits include:


Holidays: Parker provides 10 designated paid holidays each year.


Paid Time Off: Both full-time and part-time employees earn a generous amount of vacation, sick time, and personal days.


Veterinary Services: Employees may use the on-campus veterinary clinic to get basic services for their domestic animals at cost. Employees are not charged for office visits or services.


Educational Assistance: After one year of full-time continuous employment, employees are eligible to receive reimbursement for tuition if the course is job-related, pre-approved, and funding is available.


Standard Process Student Activity Center (gym): Employees are encouraged to use the gym at no cost to the employee to maintain physical fitness and endurance. The gym includes a weight room, gym aerobics, recreation center, and other extra-curricular activities.


Employee Assistance Program: 

  • Limited personal counseling
  • Financial tools and resources
  • Legal information and consultations
  • Work-life needs information and resources
  • Will creation and guidance


Clinic Chiropractic Care: Free chiropractic care is available at the Parker Chiropractic Wellness Clinics to all employees and their immediate family members (see “family member” definition)


Special Discounts: Employees receive a 50% discount on nutraceuticals and pharmacy grade vitamins at the Parker Bookstore.

All programs are defined in legal documents, including insurance contracts, official plan texts, and trust agreements that the plan documents will govern. For specific questions on coverage, these official documents and plan details are readily available in the Parker University Human Resources department. All full-time regular employees are eligible to enroll on the first day of the month after 60 days of employment, except where otherwise stated. 

Employee Council

Alicia Allbaugh, Deanna Wise, Kathey Insley*

The Parker University Employee Council functions to provide structured communication and a sense of camaraderie within the Parker Community. The council assists the institution to attain and maintain its educational services, research, and other missions while displaying a forward-thinking “can do” attitude.

As stated in our mission statement, “The purpose of the employee council is to provide structured communication and encourage a sense of camaraderie within the Parker Community.” Additional goals of the Parker Employee Council include the continued focus to:

  • Serve as a representative on the advisory council;
  • To provide a vehicle for communication of interests, concerns, and issues that affect staff;
  • Present recommendations to University leadership; and
  • Provide nominations to University Standing Committees

Parker Employee Council meeting minutes can be viewed by current employees on MyParker.

*not pictured: Jeff Kadlubar, Maria Dominguez, Dr. Sandra Norton, Teresa Wright, Keith Hartgraves.

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Suggestions or questions for the employee council?  Want to join us?

Workplace Harassment

Parker University is committed to providing a work environment that is free of harassment. Harassment, including sexual harassment, is contrary to basic standards of conduct between individuals and is prohibited by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) and state and federal regulations.

Treating others with respect is a core expectation of Parker employees. As such, Parker maintains a strict policy that prohibits harassment in any form– whether committed by a supervisor, faculty member, staff member or vendors and visitors.

Harassment includes, but is not limited to, verbal, physical, or visual conduct or contact that interferes with an individual’s work performance or creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive work environment. Employees have an obligation to bring any observation of harassment to the attention of the university.

Parker Leadership Academy

The Parker Leadership Academy is designed to equip current and future Parker University leaders with the knowledge, skills and attributes required for effective leadership in a higher institution setting and for contributing to the overall success of the university initiatives. The Academy, which is a twelve month program, is comprised of on-line and face-to-face sessions where participants will explore and develop strategies for enhancing leadership and management skills.

Criteria to be considered include:

  • Must have at least one years’ service at Parker University at time of application.
  • Must be in good standing with solid performance rating record.
  • Readiness for personal and professional growth.
  • Capacity for positive influence.
  • Support from Supervisor.

Information required for the application and selection process include:

  1. Statement of Purpose: Briefly (approximately 250 words or less) describe how your participation in Leadership Academy will foster your own professional growth or enhance your contribution to Parker University.
    • Specifically identify at least one area where you (and/or your career) could benefit from further professional development, and provide an example of a time or incident that illustrates the kind of skill or knowledge you seek.
    • What about Leadership Academy makes it the appropriate avenue for gaining this skill or knowledge?
  2. Resume/Vitae (1-3 pages)
  3. Recommendation from Supervisor

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