This study aimed to determine the relationships of computer-related factors and work satisfaction among teachers in selected tertiary schools in Iloilo City during the school year 2003-2004.In this descriptive correlational study, the dependent variable was work satisfaction; the moderator variable was computer utilization in the classroom; and the independent variables were computer experience and computer-related problems. A questionnaire was constructed, validated, and reliability tested specifically for gathering the data of the study. The statistical tools used were means, standard deviations, t-test, Stepwise Multiple Regression Analysis, and Pearsons r correlation. Alpha level as set at 0.05. Generally, the college teachers manifested high level of work satisfaction and high level of computer utilization. The teacher's specific computer-related problems were generally only fairly prevalent. The teachers with extensive computer experience were significantly more satisfied than those with restricted experience; those with negligible computer-related problems were significantly more satisfied than those with serious problems. The teachers grouped according to computer experience and computer-related problems, significantly differed in computer utilization. Work satisfaction and computer utilization positively and significantly correlated. Computer experience and computer-related problem were significant predictors of the teachers work satisfaction.