Annapolis Job Openings

How to Apply

To apply for an administrative position, please submit a cover letter and resume to: If you have questions, please contact the Personnel Office at 410-626-2504. Review of applications begins immediately and continues until the positions are filled. Job status will change from “accepting applications” to “conducting interviews” to “job filled” as the search progresses.

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Current Openings

Updated 7/24/14, scroll for position details.

Public Safety Officer    

 Reports To: Chief of Public Safety

Duties: Responsible for the security of the College community, including buildings, grounds, and property while on duty.  Duties include checking and locking up buildings; communicating on a two-way radio; responding to calls; patrolling the grounds; turning lights off and on; challenging strangers on campus; and generally responding responsibly to any situation which might adversely affect campus life. Responds to emergencies by assessing the situation and employing tact, diplomacy and judgment to maintain control.  May provide emergency first aid or assist in transportation of people who are injured or ill.   Has constant contact with students, other member of the community, and the public.  Submits written shift reports.


Qualifications:   High school education or GED, two years related experience. Prefer college degree.  No criminal record.  Employment record acceptable to the college, good reading and writing skills, good physical condition and ability to perform all job related functions; flexibility in shift scheduling with availability for nights and/or weekends.  Must demonstrate the ability to relate well to students and the College community; must be able to obtain State ofMaryland Special Police Commission. ValidMaryland driver’s license required.

Compensation:  Grade 7. Minimum Hourly Rate $14.20. Excellent benefit package.

To Apply: Send cover letter and resume to

Director of Major and Planned Gifts

Reports To: Vice President for Advancement, Annapolis

Duties:The Director of Major and Planned Gifts is a senior level Advancement Office staffer charged with the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship efforts for major and planned gift prospects to support St. John’s College. The DMPG works with the president, vice president, and senior advancement personnel to recommend and implement individualized strategies for these prospects.

The Director of Major and Planned Gifts must possess a thorough knowledge of St. John’s College and its strategic needs. The DMPG must also possess the ability to work with the highest level of donors, including members of the Board of Visitors and Governors, and understand sophisticated financial planning and tax implications for philanthropic activity. Gifts solicited range from major commitments for unrestricted and restricted needs, to specially targeted endowment gifts, to bequests and other deferred giving instruments. The DMPG will work with the presidents, vice presidents, and campaign leadership to plan, manage, and carry out a comprehensive fundraising campaign for the college, serving on the executive committee and directing aspects of the campaign related to planned giving.

The DMPG keeps prospect records and tracks visits, updates biographical information, works with the Advancement staff on overall strategic planning for fundraising, and participates in advancement planning. The DMPG will devise and carry out a marketing program focused on planned giving and will serve as the primary contact for planned gifts to St. John’s College. The DMPG will work closely with other Advancement team members in Annapolis and Santa Fe to further the priorities of St. John’s College.

Skills and knowledge required for this position:

  • High degree of independence and initiative
  • Knowledge of all aspects of fundraising
  • Thorough knowledge of planned giving instruments and experience with planned giving marketing
  • Skill in translating college needs into tailored and appealing gift opportunities
  • Skill in identifying, cultivating, and soliciting major gifts in an academic setting
  • Skill in collaborating with officers and staff at the college
  • Knowledge of tax guidelines and financial planning as it relates to philanthropy
  • Advanced oral and written communication skills to interact successfully with alumni, friends, parents, faculty, and volunteers
  • Ability to interact persuasively and sensitively with donors; appropriate personal qualities: articulate, gracious, intelligent, personable
  • Experience with comprehensive capital campaigns: planning, management, and implementation

Qualifications: BA degree. Ten years of increasingly responsible experience in non-profit fundraising roles, preferably in a college setting, with particular focus on individual major gift programs. Experience with capital campaigns. Highly developed interpersonal skills, excellent written and oral communication. Demonstrated success with major and planned giving. Ability to work independently and at the same time in a collaborative organizational structure. Flexibility for extensive travel. Knowledge of St. John’s College and commitment to its mission.

To Apply: Send cover letter and resume to

Assistant Director of Financial Aid

Reports to: Director of Financial Aid

Duties:  Acts independently with limited supervision in the following areas: 

Assists the Director with all phases of the administration of federal, state, and institutional aid programs. Counsels students and families, handles problem situations, and directs them to available resources. Prepares financial aid awards for undergraduate returning students and Graduate Institute students according to federal and institutional methods. Verifies data of ISIR electronic student information records transmitted to the College by the Department of Education’s Central Processing System (CPS) and makes corrections as necessary. 

Provides information about financial aid opportunities, eligibility requirements, and the application process to students and parents.  Guides students in proper completion of forms and application and reviews completed forms for accuracy and completeness.  Assists with the entrance and exit process for borrowers of federal loans, and provides information on borrower responsibilities. 

Assist with the administration of the Federal Work-Study Program, including responsibility for setting up work-sites and placements, establishing job descriptions and Off-Campus Employment Contracts, and supervision of students.  Maintains records to satisfy federal program requirements.  Monitors student earnings to avoid over-earnings. 

Serves as primary contact with educational loan collection agencies to prevent defaults by former students. Contacts delinquent borrowers and works with them to arrange satisfactory payment schedules.  Researches problems and works with agencies to resolve them. Insures that Federal Perkins Loan and institutional Scofield Loan borrowers have satisfied requirements and transmits data to the loan servicers.

Responsible for coordination of state scholarship awards including eligibility verification, payment tracking, reconciliation and record retention.  Attends MHEC meetings and workshops.

Reconciles student financial aid accounts with the Treasurer’s Office. Assists with updates to written and web-based financial aid information and facilitates the dissemination of financial aid information to students and parents. Assists in handling incoming phone calls and reception of visitors to the office. Performs other job duties and projects as assigned.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree and 2-3 years of experience in financial aid, loan collections, or other acceptable combination of education and experience. Competent in the use of computers with ability to learn new systems, knowledge of PowerFAIDS preferable. Familiarity with principles of accounting and organizational ability.  This individual must be able to interpret federal regulations and institutional policy to students and parents in a clear and comprehensive manner.  Counseling students and parents requires a thorough knowledge of federal and institutional need analysis.  Must possess excellent writing, analytic, computer, and problem-solving skills. 

Compensation: Grade 11, Minimum Salary $44,977.00, excellent benefit package.

To Apply: Send cover letter and resume to



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