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To apply for an open (non-faculty) position, please submit a cover letter and resume to: annapolis.jobs(at)sjc.edu. 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 June 13, 2019)

Director of Development

Reports To: Executive Director of Major Gifts

Office: Advancement

FLSA Status: Exempt

The Director of Development will join the College at an exciting time. On September 12, 2018 St. John’s College launched Freeing Minds: A Campaign for St. John’s College. The goal of this comprehensive campaign is to raise $300 million by June 30, 2023, which is the most ambitious fundraising effort ever attempted by the College. The campaign has raised more than $200 million as of June 2019, which includes a $50 million challenge from the Barbara and Warren Winiarski Family Foundation.

At the heart of Freeing Minds is the strategic decision to make the unique education offered by St. John’s College more affordable and accessible by lowering the published tuition by over thirty percent. The new financial model, supported by this ambitious campaign, has received widespread media attention including articles in the New York Times, the Washington Post, CNBC, and hundreds of other outlets.

Role: The Director of Development is responsible for fostering relationships on behalf of the College, discerning the philanthropic priorities of individual donors, and aligning them with the priorities and needs of the College in order to increase current use, endowed, and planned gifts. The Director is responsible for creating and maintaining a robust portfolio of prospects at the major and principal gifts levels, moving them purposefully toward philanthropic support of the College. Partnering closely with alumni relations colleagues, the Director also helps to build strong regional networks that support the College through philanthropy and volunteer efforts.

This effort is so much more than a fundraising job; it is the opportunity to build a culture of philanthropy within the College and among its constituents. The lead donors are in place, and they are ready to be joined by many more, especially first time donors. At the end of the campaign, the major gifts team will have built a vibrant giving culture and great pipeline for the next campaign.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Proactively manage a prospect portfolio of 170-200 records, including: completion of the moves management process for each assigned prospect, as well as ongoing replenishment of the portfolio in consultation with Advancement Services and senior development leadership.
  • Develop regions in support of the campaign, including a pipeline of prospects and donors in assigned regions. Contribute to a robust planned giving program through donor cultivation efforts. Manage meetings, events, and travel logistics in support of fundraising efforts in the region, including staffing leadership.
  • Update moves management activities in Raiser’s Edge database on a regular and timely basis. Annual strategic planning and tactical execution of steps to increase philanthropy to St. John’s College.
  • Contribute actively to strategy discussions for all other areas of development and alumni relations to strengthen the friend-raising and fund-raising culture of St. John’s College. Performs other job related duties as assigned.
  • Meet or exceed annual fundraising goals.
  • Build a pipeline and completion of the moves management cycle for assigned prospects.
  • Average of 15+ donor visits per month.
  • Accuracy and currency with Raiser’s Edge data management.
  • Demonstrated success in collaborating with staff, volunteers, and officers of the College.
  • Other duties as 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. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Minimum of five years of progressive experience in direct personal solicitation of individuals at the major gift level.
  • Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree preferred.
  • Ability both to work independently and to collaborate effectively in a complex, matrix-managed team structure.
  • Ability to work with the College’s highest-level donors, including board members, alumni, parents, volunteers and friends.
  • Skill in translating College needs and priorities into appealing giving opportunities for donors.
  • Superior judgment, advanced oral and written communication skills, confidentiality, highly developed interpersonal skills, and integrity are fundamental requirements for this role.
  • Familiarity with major gift and planned giving best practices, including an understanding of basic financial planning and tax implications for philanthropy.

Monthly travel is required.

Compensation: Grade 16, Base Rate-$82,840.00 annually, based on a 35 hr work week, excellent benefits.

To Apply: Send cover letter and resume to annapolis.jobs(at)sjc.edu

Junior Accounting Assistant

This is a 1 year position to start July/August 2019

Reports To: Director of Finance

Office: Business Office

FLSA Status: Non-exempt

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Accounts Payable
    • Process accounts payable requests
    • Enter invoices into accounting system for weekly processing
    • Prepare weekly check runs for mailing
  • Accounts Receivable
    • Take payments for various transactions either in person or via phone in business office
  • Issuance of petty cash for expense reimbursements
  • Reconciliations of multiple bank and balance sheet accounts, including accruals, pre-paids, taxes, etc.
  • Preparation of end of year tax forms
    • 1098s and 1099s
    • Mailing of annual state tax returns
  • Check all credit cards statements for G/L accurate coding, check and verify total credit card transactions against attached receipts and enter transactions into the G/L by the 20th of the month
  • Oversight of on-site “Swag Store” inventory
  • Budget vs Actual Variance Analysis
    • Investigate reasons for variances between budget and actual expenses throughout fiscal year
    • Monitor department budgets and send notification for potential overages
  • Provide administrative and organizational support to the business office and treasurer
  • Prepare correspondence, account analysis, and reports that require a great deal of attention to detail
  • Communicate effectively with internal and external stakeholders
  • Greet visitors, answer incoming calls and discern nature of business, research and respond to the issue or refer matters to appropriate person
  • Handle a wide range of office duties including correspondence, filing, sorting/routing mail, and machine maintenance
  • Assist Student Accounts Coordinator with billing questions
  • Perform other duties as 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. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable an individual with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • 1-2 years of accounting experience; non-profit environment a plus
  • Associates Degree in accounting, business administration, or other related education
  • Experience with accounting software; Jenzabar products a plus
  • Excellent verbal, written communication and interpersonal skills
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office suite applications and Adobe Acrobat
  • Strong organization, problem solving and analytical skills; ability to multitask; accuracy and attention to detail; deadline-oriented; ability to function well in a team-oriented environment; ability to handle sensitive information with discretion and judgment.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, work well with others in the community, and understand and support the mission of St. John’s College. High level of personal integrity. Ability to pass background investigation including credit check.

Compensation: Grade 10, base rate—$20.23/hour, based on a 35-hr work week, excellent benefits.

To Apply: Send cover letter and resume to annapolis.jobs(at)sjc.edu

Senior Writer/Editor

Reports To: Vice President for Advancement and Director of the Capital Campaign

Office: Advancement

FLSA Status: Exempt

The Senior Writer/Editor will be required to fully understand the nuances of each campus and will travel often between the two locations. This position can be based on either campus.

General Purpose: The Senior Writer/Editor will join the college at an exciting time. On September 12, 2018 St. John’s College launched Freeing Minds: A Campaign for St. John’s College. The goal of this comprehensive campaign is to raise $300 million by June 30, 2023. It is the most ambitious fundraising effort ever attempted by the college. The Campaign has raised $201 million to date, including a $50 million challenge from the Barbara and Warren Winiarski Family Foundation.

At the heart of Freeing Minds is the strategic decision to make the unique education offered by St. John’s College more affordable and accessible by lowering the published tuition by over 30%. The new financial model, supported by this ambitious campaign, has received widespread media attention in New York Times, the Washington Post, CNBC, and hundreds of other outlets. The Senior Writer/Editor will play a key role in communicating St. John’s College s unique mission and Freeing Minds campaign information to donors and donor prospects through diverse channels. The Senior Writer/Editor will work with presidents and staff on both the Annapolis, MD and Santa Fe, NM, campuses to communicate in many ways, including proposals, letters, talking points, briefings, e-newsletters, email blasts, and web copy.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Write and edit diverse communications that build momentum for the Freeing Minds campaign and excite the constituents of St. John’s College.
  • Craft messages for donors and potential donors at every stage of the philanthropy experience: cultivation, stewardship, and solicitation.
  • Actively engage in all aspects of the writing process with close attention to detail—including research, writing, and editing.
  • Learn the writing style of each campus President and translate their messages into clear and effective personal and public communication.
  • Manage a process to identify and develop donor stories and to distribute them to several channels.
  • Prepare proposals and stewardship reports, descriptions of giving opportunities; and other fundraising-related correspondence.

Qualifications:

  • A Bachelor’s Degree and a minimum of 4 years of related professional experience, Master’s degree preferred.
  • An ability to pivot effectively between different projects, voices, and channels without losing track of accuracy. Should be as comfortable filling a blank page as editing someone else’s draft.
  • A skilled interviewer and project manager.
  • Ability to write in others’ tones and styles.
  • Skilled at combining a strong sense of discretion and mature judgment with superb organizational ability and emotional intelligence.

Compensation: Grade 11, Annapolis Campus Base Rate-$46,824.07, Santa Fe Campus Base Rate-$41,085.00, excellent benefits.

To Apply: Send cover letter and resume to annapolis.jobs(at)sjc.edu

Senior Resident for Outdoor Activities

Reports To: Director of Student Services

Office: Assistant Dean

FLSA Status: Non-exempt

Schedule: Varies per week (Annually, approximately 400 hours, with approximately 220 hours on call and another 180 hours as Director of Outdoor Activities ~ an average of 9 hours/week)

Duties: Senior Residents are non-student adults who live on campus and provide leadership, support and safety for undergraduate students. Specific duties include the following:

  • Adhering to the published on-call schedule
  • Meeting in early August with the Assistant Dean, Director of Student Services and other Senior Residents
  • Arriving on campus one week before students to arrange schedules, meet with other Senior Residents, Public Safety and Resident Assistants and reserve vans, if necessary
  • Attending and assisting with college-wide events held the night of Convocation and the All-College fair
  • Attending and calling Senior Resident meetings as needed
  • Responding to emails and voice messages from students and staff in a timely fashion
  • Emailing reports after every week on call and if anything out of the ordinary occurs while on call
  • Cooperation and communicating with Public Safety and Health Center staff to maintain a safe environment

On call duties are rotated among Senior Residents and include but are not limited to: attending parties, answering and responding to emergency calls from Public Safety and remaining within 15 minute drive of campus. In addition to attending parties while on call, all Senior Residents attend and/or monitor the following events: Opening Week, Achilles Rager, Homecoming, Oktoberfest, Black Tie Bingo, Senior Essay Writing Party, Senior Prank, Lola’s, Croquet Cotillion, Croquet Match, and Reality Weekend.

The Senior Resident for Outdoor Activities coordinates two to three outdoor trips per semester. To this end, tasks include driving the college van and accompanying students on outdoor trips; advertising outings to students through the posting of signs and campus email; assuring that every student reads and signs an Indemnity Release and Waiver prior to participating in an outdoor activity; maintaining and properly storing outdoor equipment.

Senior residents are required to live in a campus apartment during the academic year and is expected to vacate the apartment at the end of the semester that concludes the employment, or on the last day of employment, whichever comes first. The Senior Resident is expected to take reasonable care of the property and report any necessary repairs.

Qualifications: Acceptable combination of a college degree plus two years of experience showing the following: understanding of student matters related to residential life on a college campus; ability to provide guidance, leadership, and appropriate intervention to young adults; ability to coordinate with a team of peers and other departments to create safety and promote responsibility without confining or restricting behavior unnecessarily; ability to recognize and respond appropriately to emergencies; interest in promoting volunteer or outdoor activities and ability to organize details and student participation; ability to understand the St. John’s College program and successfully communicate with students, faculty, and staff.

Compensation: $10.10 per hour, paid in a stipend per semester, plus a campus apartment. Eligible for overtime if weekly duties exceed 40 hours.

To Apply: Send cover letter and resume to annapolis.jobs(at)sjc.edu

Staff Clinician I

Reports To: Executive Director, Campus Wellness

Office: Campus Wellness

FLSA Status: Exempt

General Summary of Work: The Staff Clinician provides individual and group counseling, outreach, consultation, crisis intervention, and community referrals to students seeking services at the Counseling Center. The Staff Clinician assists in unit program evaluation and with developing and providing training to the campus community on areas related to the impact of social, emotional, and psychological concerns on academic performance.

In addition, the Staff Clinician participates in the after-hour/on-call rotation and develops and maintains strong relationships with center and campus colleagues in order to provide services that meet the assessed needs of students and of the campus.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Possess the knowledge, skills, and abilities of a mental health clinician (professional counselor, clinical social worker, or clinical psychologist).
  • Demonstrated skills and expertise for crisis management, psychotherapy, group therapy and related practice.
  • Ability to effectively collaborate with other staff and positively contribute to a patient care team.
  • Ability to document therapy in accordance with policies and procedures regarding medical records, implements and adheres to policies which ensure patient confidentiality.
  • Strong commitment to student learning, with the ability to balance direct care with outreach to academic programs and campus/community constituents.
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with racially, ethnically, sexually, and economically diverse clientele.
  • Skills in public speaking and providing group training and/or mental health outreach activities.
  • General knowledge of and skill in the operation of personal computers and related software, including an electronic health system record system.

Minimum 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.

  • Masters or doctoral degree in social work, counseling, or psychology.
  • Licensed in Maryland or eligible to obtain Maryland licensure within one year to practice counseling, social work, or psychology.
  • 1–3 years post degree work experience in a mental health setting.
  • Administrative experience within a mental health clinic utilizing an integrated health model.
  • Effective verbal and written communication skills.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Supervised internship or equivalent, to include clinical assessment, counseling, and crisis intervention, with a diverse college-age population.
  • Experience working with a young adult, underserved and high-risk population within a fast-paced, constantly changing environment.
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with racially, ethnically, sexually, and economically diverse clientele with a social justice approach.

Expected Hours of Work:

The position features regular, scheduled hours along with after-hour/on-call responsibilities on a scheduled basis. This is a nine-month position working 35 hours per week, August 15 through May 15.

Compensation: Grade 10 Base Rate—$43,000, excellent benefits, including vacation and sick leave calculated based on hours worked.

To Apply: Send cover letter and resume to annapolis.jobs(at)sjc.edu

Staff Psychiatrist

Reports To: Executive Director, Campus Wellness

Office: Campus Wellness

FLSA Status: Non-exempt

Brief Summary of Work for this position: The Staff Psychiatrist provides psychiatric services to St. John’s College students within the scope of practice of a psychiatrist licensed by the State of Maryland. The Staff Psychiatrist will be responsible for providing comprehensive psychiatric diagnostic assessments, medication evaluations, treatment planning, and psychiatric management of patients seen through the Health Center. This position reports to the Executive Director, Campus Wellness.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Demonstrated competency in the areas of: psychiatric diagnostic evaluation, medication evaluation and follow-up, crises management, case management, clinical consultation, and collaborative co-treatment with multidisciplinary clinicians.
  • Ensure compliance with appropriate regulatory requirements and established Health Center policies and procedures.
  • Develop and maintain partnerships with mental health clinicians and nurse practitioners.
  • Ability to discuss medical information with patients and families in an understandable manner with a high degree of tact.
  • Proven ability to work across organizational boundaries as an effective member of a team.
  • Demonstrated high standards of integrity and ethics in both performance and behavior.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • A medical degree from accredited school of medicine or osteopathy is required, as is the completion of psychiatry residency.
  • Three to four years of providing psychiatric services, including time spent during psychiatric residence and fellowship training, is required.
  • Licensed or eligible to receive their license to practice medicine in the state of Maryland.
  • An active Federal Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) number is also required.

Expected Hours of Work: This is a 12-month hourly position working the following number of hours:

  • August 15–May 15: 7 hours per week
  • May 15–August 14: 5 hours per month

Compensation: Hourly—$300/hour

To Apply: Send cover letter and resume to annapolis.jobs(at)sjc.edu

Public Safety Officer

Reports To: Associate Director of Public Safety

FLSA Status: Non-Exempt

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 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 annapolis.jobs(at)sjc.edu

 

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

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.