CSUMB is located in one of the most beautiful places on earth. We are one mile from Monterey Bay, home of the largest marine sanctuary on the West Coast. Nearby is world-famous Big Sur with its spectacular rugged coastline, the quaint seaside town of Carmel-by-the-Sea and Pebble Beach, location of some of the best golf courses in the world.
We offer employees an exceptional benefits package including health care, dental and vision; a generous retirement/pension plan, retiree health benefits, pre-tax savings plans, tuition reimbursement, educational incentives and many more perks. CSUMB employees may also take advantage of very affordable homes for rent and for purchase in our on-campus housing program.
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