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Job Openings in Annapolis

How to Apply

To apply for an open (non-faculty) 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.

Information for Annapolis Faculty Applicants

Current Openings

(Updated September 5, 2017)


Public Safety Officer

Reports To: Associate Director of Public Safety

Duties: The Public Safety Officer is responsible for ensuring the safety and security of the people, buildings and property of the campus community; this is a high-visibility, service-oriented position. Specific duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Provide security and protective services to the college community by conducting routine patrols of buildings and outdoor areas on campus. Provide basic information and directions to college personnel, students, and/or the general public.
  • Follow campus procedures for rule enforcement. Commissioned officers may need to resort to physical restraint of individuals attempting to inflict physical harm on themselves or others, or commit criminal acts.
  • Respond to emergencies by assessing the situation, employing tact, diplomacy, and individual judgment to remedy and maintain order.
  • Provide emergency first aid to injured persons and assist in the transportation arrangements of ill or injured persons when necessary.
  • Cooperate and provide direct support to his superior officers or to the local police department in the investigation of any incident.
  • Complete necessary administrative reports/forms related to incidents and/or arrests, to include gathering pertinent information from participants and/or witnesses.
  • Maintain regular radio contact with officers and college staff to receive calls for service, report any unusual situations, and to request backup when necessary.
  • Observe, report and address faulty and/or unsafe situations, equipment, and lighting to include reporting fire and other safety equipment that are not in working order, setting up caution tape, traffic cones, etc.
  • Respond to calls for lockouts and admit authorized personnel to locked buildings and rooms.
  • Attend internal/external courses, classes, and seminars, to further develop protective services skills and knowledge. 
  • Attain a Special Police Commission within 120 days of employment.
  • Maintain certifications as appropriate, such as CPR, OC spray, police baton, etc.
  • Appear in court regarding incidents that occur in the college Community when necessary.
  • Transport the College bank deposit.
  • Must wear issued uniform, unless otherwise authorized, and carry all appropriate credentials when on duty.
  • Complete routine operational procedures during each shift.
  • Performs other work-related duties as requested.

Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Applicant should be physically capable of walking or standing a post outdoors for extended periods of time. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Entry Level Qualifications: High school graduation or GED required, college degree preferred. Previous security agency experience preferred.  Strong interpersonal skills, including ability to generate cooperation from others.  Ability to maintain calm and order during emergencies.  Must be available to work different shifts. Possession of a special police commission or the ability to obtain a commission within 120 days of employment. Must be able to complete state mandated and campus required training programs. Demonstration of a working knowledge of computers, especially MS Word, radios and phones. Ability to be certified in first aid and CPR. Successful completion of a physical examination, drug screen and background check approved by the Director of Personnel. No criminal record. Must possess and maintain a current valid Maryland driver’s license.

Compensation: Grade 7, Starting Rate $14.80, excellent benefits.

To Apply: Send cover letter and resume to

Coordinator for Learning Technology

Reports To: The Dean

General Purpose: St. John’s College’s program of instruction emphasizes fundamental studies in contrast to the prevalent elective system. The central activity is the reading and discussion of books of lasting worth in small classes. We study the elements of language, mathematics, science, and music; we pursue the arts of translating (ancient Greek and French), demonstrating, observing, and singing.

Duties include:

  • Consult with faculty and students to evaluate the current state of digital academic resources at St. John’s. Assist faculty members by discovering and developing ways of exploiting digital resources for instruction that are appropriate to the St. John’s program.
  • Find ways to use technology to augment our study of foreign languages and translation, the analysis of music, the close study of texts, and facilitating writing instruction. Also use technology to support the laboratory and the study of mathematics.
  • Determine how online tools (e.g., Microsoft 365) can be used by faculty members to support instruction, especially collaboration outside the classroom.
  • Develop and implement specific digital tools suited to the curriculum.
  • Collaborate with the library staff on enhancing electronic digital resources.
  • Engage digital humanities programs at peer institutions in the Mid-Atlantic region in order to identify innovative instructional and research initiatives of interest to St. John’s.
  • Consult with faculty members who are developing instructional materials that investigate the theoretical foundations of computing, studied as part of a liberal education.
  • Assist the IT director in managing technology planning for the college.
  • Supervise student interns who are assisting the project.


  • BA degree and 3-5 years of experience in higher education supporting learning technology.
  • Advanced degree in digital humanities, library science, or instructional design, preferred.
  • Proficiency with internet applications, programming languages, databases, technical and scientific languages (e.g., LaTeX, Mathematica), or music software (e.g., Sibelius or Finale), preferred.
  • St. John’s degree, undergraduate or graduate, preferred; or eagerness to learn about St. John’s program of instruction.
  • Ability to work collaboratively with faculty, students, IT staff, library staff, and administrators.
  • Ability to convey complex technical information, orally and in writing, to non-technical users.
  • Ability to work on multiple projects.

This position is supported by a grant from the Mellon Foundation. This is a one-year term position, eligible to be renewed. It reports to the dean (chief academic officer).

Compensation: Grades 13-14, dependent on experience, base salary $58.223-$65.038; excellent benefits.

To Apply: Send cover letter and resume to

College Environmental Technician I (CET I)

Reports To: Custodial Manager

General Purpose: The CET Is are responsible for the day-to-day cleaning and maintaining of a healthy, orderly, and neat appearance throughout SJC facilities.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following:

  • Cleans assigned buildings. Usually assigned to specific buildings; works a portion of the day’s assignment as part of a team.
  • Maintains a healthy a healthy living/work environment in assigned buildings; dust surfaces, empties trash and keeps receptacles sanitized.
  • Sweeps and mops floors.
  • Vacuums and shampoos carpets.
  • Washes walls and windows.
  • Cleans and sanitizes bathrooms and fixtures.
  • Moves furniture as needed.
  • Sets up classrooms and outside areas for classes, lectures, meetings, and other events.
  • Schedule may include evening and weekend work; Overtime may be required.
  • Responsible for following safe practices and safety procedures. Has frequent exposure to students, faculty, and others in the College community in the course of performing assigned duties. Performs related duties as required.
  • Follows all safety guidelines.

Supervision Received: Receives supervision from Custodial Manager and CET Supervisor.

Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

High school diploma or GED, and one-year custodial experience, or acceptable combination of education and experience. Knowledge of cleaning methods and practices. Ability to follow instructions, perform tasks requiring physical strength, manual dexterity, stamina, stooping, walking, climbing, lifting and/or moving up to 25 pounds as needed. Ability to relate to all members of the College community and the general public be prompt and dependable. Ability to endure outside elements periodically.

Compensation: Grade 3, base rate - $10.32, based on a 35 hours work week, excellent benefits.

To Apply: Send cover letter and resume to


Reports To: President and College-Wide Financial Officer

Duties: Through a respectful constructive style and guided by the Polity and Strategic Plan, the Treasurer provides the leadership, management and vision necessary to ensure that the Annapolis campus has the proper operational controls, administrative and reporting procedures, and people systems to effectively maintain the campus and to ensure financial strength and operating efficiency.

Collaborates with the campus management team and the College-Wide Financial Officer (CWFO) to develop and implement plans for the operational infrastructure of systems, processes, and personnel designed to achieve the objectives of the campus and college. Develop, motivate, and lead a high performance management team that fosters a success-oriented, accountable environment within the college. The Treasurer has oversight of the business office, buildings and grounds, personnel, technology, and auxiliary operations.

The Treasurer oversees the campus’s general accounting, payroll, student accounts, procurement and expenditures. Working with the College-Wide Financial Officer, the Treasurer is responsible for managing all fiscal functions of the campus in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, ensuring the existence of and adherence to appropriate financial controls and policies. The Treasurer ensures that campus reconciliations and reports are completed on a timely basis. The Treasurer assists in coordinating the financial audit, which is conducted from the Annapolis campus, as well as the completion of college-wide tax returns and other regulatory filings. The Treasurer prepares the campus operating budget, receiving guidance from the CWFO on college-wide assumptions and assist the Treasurer in developing current year projections and analyses. The Treasurer oversees the campus’s cash flows and anticipates operating and capital cash needs. Negotiates and approves contracts with vendors, ensuring that contracts comply with college policies, that contracts are funded, and that vendors provide goods or services before payments are made. Produces a variety of monthly, quarterly, and annual financial and/or ad hoc reports for all constituencies including the Board of Visitors and Governors.

The Treasurer manages local financial relationships including banking, leasing, and lending. Works with the CWFO to report to banks and lenders as needed.

The Treasurer manages the personnel staff, including planning of staff levels and compensation, including salary and benefit programs. Ensures that payroll and benefits payments and filings are processed accurately and timely.

The Treasurer has oversight of campus buildings and grounds operation, managing the condition, upkeep, and maintenance of the campus facilities. Directs the development of capital plans, including funding of such plans.

The Treasurer manages the campus’s dining operations, including review and oversight of the 3rd party food service provider. Supervises the conference services staff.

Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree and ten years high-level management experience. Demonstrated experience working with budgets and extensive managerial and supervisory experience, ability to problem solve in a team/committee style, and ability to successfully delegate work. At least five years of supervisory experience, ability to motivate, train, and develop staff. Ability to work successfully with the College community including the Board and other professionals such as architects, lawyers, and insurance brokers. Desirable qualities include fund accounting, endowment, or grant management experience.

Compensation: Grade 19, starting $132.671; excellent benefits.

To Apply: Send cover letter and resume to


It is the policy of the college to provide equal employment opportunity for all job applicants and employees in full compliance with the relevant statutes, executive orders, and regulations. There shall be no discrimination at St. John’s College in recruitment, hiring, training, and promotion on the basis of race, religion, age, sex, national origin, color, disability, handicap, sexual orientation, or other factors prohibited by law.