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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 January 19, 2018)

Alumni Engagement and Giving Officer

Reports To: Director of Alumni Relations (College-wide)

General Purpose: The Alumni Engagement and Giving Officer is responsible for the implementation and management of initiatives for alumni, students, and the college that cultivate relationships, encourage involvement, enhance understanding of the importance of philanthropy, and increase commitment to alumni giving. In Annapolis, the Officer focuses on the alumni experience of the college, providing excellent constituent relations and response collegewide, in addition to on-campus personal engagement and support for the Alumni Association Board.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • 20% - Provide excellent constituent experience for alumni and others, serving as the frontline representative for in-person interactions, both in the Hodson House and collegewide through management of main Alumni Office contact channels (e.g., voicemail on both campus’ main office lines, main email address, etc.). Provide administrative support for the Alumni Association Board, including maintaining hard-copy archives and files in collarboration with the Alumni Association’s secretary.
  • 20% - Manage Class Chair volunteers for the Annapolis classes, including cultivation, stewardship, and logistical support (e.g., printing class letters, providing rosters, etc.). Supervise student aides.
  • 20% - Serve as staff point of contact for current students in Development and Alumni Relations. Implement events and initiatives that increase awareness of the alumni community and support their transition into this community, including onboarding into SJC Connect. Manage programs that encourage understanding of and participation in philanthropy, such as the Senior Legacy Program. Liaison to the Students and Recent Alumni Working Group of the Alumni Association.
  • 15% - Lead staff member for on-campus seminar programs, including the Alumni Classics Weekend (formerly Piraeus). Manage all details regarding the execution of the event under the direction of the Director and in collaboration with the Community Events and Dean’s offices. Analyze programming and suggest creative solutions.
  • 10% - Serve as staff point of contact and primary annual giving officer for recent alumni (years 1-5) with the goal of strong communications, event attendance, volunteerism and philanthropy. Recruit, manage, and provide ongoing communication to recent alumni class chairs. Assist with efforts to increase event attendance by this constituency. Collaborate with the Annual Fund team to develop strategy and execute implementation of Annual Fund messaging to alumni 1-5 years out. Implement approved special campaigns for this group to increase alumni participation rate.
  • 5% - Provide administrative support for peer-to-peer fundraising and/or crowdfunding campaigns. Analyze and suggest creative solutions and new approaches.
  • 5% - Support Homecoming and other alumni/student events on the Annapolis campus.
  • 5% - Report metrics for all activities and support information pipeline to Development Officers and Advancement Services.

Key Performance Measures:

  • Meet or exceed annual and specific event/program goals for key metrics, including financial (e.g., program income, gift income, etc.) and engagement (e.g., overall attendance, audience targets, etc.).
  • Increase alumni participation rates through reunion year, senior legacy, recent alumni and other special campaigns.
  • Demonstrate success in collaborating with staff, volunteers and officers of the college, particularly with regard to engaging alumni, executing events and supporting a college-wide volunteer management system.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

  • Understanding of St. John’s College and its strategic needs.
  • Broad knowledge of alumni relations best practice.
  • Ability both to work independently and to collaborate effectively in a complex, matrix-managed team structure.
  • Program and project management skills, oral and written communication skills, and highly developed customer service skills required.
  • Must be able to motivate and influence others.
  • Judgment, diplomacy, and tact are fundamental requirements for this role due to extensive personal contact with students and alumni.
  • Bachelor’s degree required.

90-Day Evaluation Metrics:

  • Complete onboarding process and become familiar with the St. John’s College community.
  • Develop project plan for Alumni Classics Weekend, and begin implementation with faculty recruiting, communications and promotion, and logistics.
  • Manage class chairs for the Annapolis reunion classes, including stewardship, reporting, and logistical support (e.g., printing and mailing class letters).
  • Develop and implement Senior Legacy project for 2018, including developing written project plan and calendar, recruiting student leadership committee, cultivating staff partners and matching gift donors (if applicable), and implementing general cultivation and engagement activities.
  • Report on metrics for all activities.

Compensation: Base rate - $20.23 per hour based on a 35-hour work week, 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:

  • 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-hour work week, 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.