To apply for an open (non-faculty) position, please submit a cover letter and resume to: email@example.com. 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
(updated March 14, 2017)
Reports to: Annapolis Treasurer
General Purpose: Director of Buildings and Grounds oversees three Facilities sections maintaining the buildings, grounds, and infrastructure of the SJC campus. Ensures mechanical, plumbing, carpentry, electrical, painting, grounds, and custodial service are provided to keep all buildings and grounds systems operational, clean, and attractive. Manages major and minor construction projects and campus renovations. Develops and manages operations and capital improvement program (CIP) budgets. Oversees training, safety, and other personnel administration activities for the department.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following.
Qualifications: College degree or equivalent, and ten years’ experience, five years must include supervisory and project management duties. Experience working with regulatory agencies, including a historic or similar district. Experience developing safety programs. Ability to simultaneously work on a variety of projects requiring a wide variety of skills, preform cost estimates, manpower planning, long- and short-term planning, evaluate the quality and long-term advantages of products and materials utilized. The desire and ability to supervise employees, and to work cooperatively and professionally with all members of the College community and with the general public. Valid Maryland driver’s license. Proficiency with MS Office suite of products and project management systems. Ability and demeanor to brief executive leadership and members of the Board. Ability to determine and articulate scope of work for projects, and to assess the alternative solutions, selecting the most cost-effective and practical. Ability to assess utility delivery options, and select the most cost-effective for SJC. Ability to mentor junior and mid-level managers.
Compensation: Grade $16, Base Salary $84,548.77, excellent benefits.
Reports To: Associate Library Director
Duties: Provides circulation service and reference service to patrons; maintains reserve collection, material on hold shelf, and the new book shelf; assists patrons with use of computers, printer, scanner, and AV equipment; assists with training of student assistants; maintains weekly on-desk and off-desk schedules; reviews and submits student assistant timesheets; oversees shelf-maintenance, including shelving and shelf-reading; identifies materials in need of repair; orders and maintains inventory of office supplies; serves as trouble shooter for all the equipment in the public areas; maintains statistics for head and entry counts; opens and closes library on weekends and weekday evenings; ensures that the library is safe and secure in the absence of a full-time staff member; represents the College in a professional manner. Work requires stooping, reaching, pushing book carts, and lifting.
In all areas of responsibility, works independently, yet shows good judgment in keeping full-time staff informed of developments outside regular routines; respects the confidentiality of patron requests and records and follows the current ALA Code of Ethics, prepares and submits various monthly reports and gathers statistics for various projects, reports and surveys; is a good office citizen (i.e. keeps work and break area clean, responds to email and requests promptly, has a positive attitude, and respects the feelings and needs of co-workers). Other duties and projects may be assigned.
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.
A Bachelor’s degree; 2 years relevant experience, or acceptable combination of education and experience; competence in use of computers, including experience using scheduling software; proficient with MS Office applications, especially Word and Excel; excellent communication and customer service skills; ability to multi-task; ability to work independently and cooperatively with colleagues, handle multiple assignments and changing priorities and meet deadlines. Must be detail oriented. Must be willing and able to work nights and weekends.
A Bachelor’s degree in liberal arts or humanities, familiarity with the St. John’s College curriculum, work experience in an academic library.
Schedule: 17.5 hrs- Sunday afternoon, Monday & Thursday afternoon into evening. During non-academic periods hours may vary.
Compensation: Grade 9, $18.19/hr, excellent benefits.
To Apply: Send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Reports to: Associate Dean for the Graduate Program
The Associate Director for Graduate Student Services oversees the administration of the graduate liberal arts program and manages academic and all other support services for students in the Graduate Institute. As students’ progress through the program, the Associate Director offers guidance in preceptorial and segment selection; prepares preliminary class lists each semester making routine updates or revisions to those lists as required; and communicates finalized lists to the Registrar’s Office for distribution to students, tutors, and the college community. The Associate Director also guides students through the Master’s Essay process.
These duties entail regular contact with the Business Office, to ensure proper billing for all student accounts and with the Santa Fe GI office to confer on enrollment details of graduate students transferring between campuses. The Associate Director is the advisor and liaison to the Graduate Student Council. In addition to facilitating students’ progress through the program, the Associate Director works with the Dean’s Office and the Registrar to coordinate the GI calendar with college calendar; provides academic counseling to students; interprets policy, establishes and maintains efficient and appropriate office and advisory procedures; maintains awareness of graduation requirements and students’ graduation eligibility status; makes budget recommendations; administers most of the Graduate Institute Office budget lines; and oversees GI invoice procedures.
The Associate Director plans and oversees new student registration and orientation three times yearly; coordinates with offices from around the college to plan a number of regularly occurring Graduate Institute events such as the Associate Dean’s receptions, and works with the appropriate offices on GI participation in college-wide events including Homecoming and Croquet. The Associate Director assists the Registrar in planning and overseeing the summer GI Commencement, two GI convocations per year, and serves on the Spring Commencement Committee and the Fall Convocation committee to coordinate GI participation in those events. The Associate Director works with the Registrar to maintain the Graduate Institute portion of the student database, including collaboration in the production of the official class lists, rosters, and various reports. The Associate Director assists in the transition of new Associate Deans; recommends policy changes; supervises annual student handbook revisions; and assists with regular updates to the SJC website. The Associate Director performs office managerial tasks and other related duties as required.
Supervision Given: May hire, train, and supervise a GI office student aide.
Supervision Received: Reports to the Associate Dean of the Graduate Program, who is appointed every four years; functions independently for most day-to-day activities.
Qualifications: To perform the job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Bachelor’s degree (St. John’s College BA or MALA preferred) and three years related experience, including broad administrative responsibilities and considerable public contact, student advising and/or enrollment management, event planning, or acceptable combination of education and experience. Knowledge of enrollment procedures and automated student record management systems. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to counsel and effectively interact with faculty and students. Must be organized and detail oriented, have knowledge of office and database software. Experience with generating and using reports to identify errors and achieve efficiency. Ability to understand and work with the St. John’s College community.
Compensation: Grade 11, $46,800 with excellent benefits.
Reports To: Director of Financial Aid
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. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
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. Prior experience with Maryland state financial aid preferred.
Compensation: Grade 11, $46,800 with excellent benefits
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.
Deborah L. AnawaltDirector of Personnel
60 College Avenue
Annapolis, MD 21401