Human Resources

Human Resources at Harvard Medical School

Jobs @ HMS

Welcome to the Harvard Medical School Human Resources website!

People are our greatest resource. HMS is the number one medical school in the country, and we attribute this to the remarkable people who teach, conduct research and work here. Our Human Resources mission is, first, to identify and hire individuals who reflect the values of this institution and who will be dedicated to the success of our efforts. Second, we strive to ensure that HMS employees view our office as a vital hub where they will find support and resources to help them be successful in their work.  The Office of Human Resources is conveniently located on the HMS campus in Gordon Hall.

If you are applying for a position here, we are delighted that you are considering HMS as the next step in your career. This site will enable you to create a profile and apply for a position that suits your experience and interests. You also can use it to explore the many benefits and resources we offer our employees.

If you are a current employee, we want you to know that we value the contributions you make each and every day. This site will provide you with direct access to benefits information, activities within our community, and resources that will help you find the best work life balance.

Whether you work at Harvard Medical School today or hope to work here someday, we want you to find this a stimulating environment, one that is both positive and respectful.

We invite your feedback on this website and also welcome any ideas you may have that will enrich your work environment and our community.

Julie M. Stanley
Chief Human Resources Officer


Transit Gallery


Members of the Harvard Longwood Campus community are invited to visit Gordon Hall's Transit Gallery to view a new exhibit of photography by James Hull.
Personal Propaganda: Reading Early Portraits / The Restoration Series 

In this solo exhibition James Hull draws on years of experience working in museums to connect his decade-long documentary photo project: "The Restoration Series.” These photographs depict conservation and repairs to famous artworks, alongside a collection of early photographic portraits from the 1870's and 1880's gathered from James’ own family archives. 

This exhibit will be on display from September 9th – October 27th.  All are invited to attend an artist talk on September 30th, 4-5 in Goldenson 122, followed by a reception in the Transit Gallery.

Contact Tania Rodriguez (



Performance Management


Planning/Goal Setting for FY16 is underway!  Resources and information can be found here

Contact Linda Miklas ( or Jennifer G. Ryan ( with any questions.