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 July 18, 2017)
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 $132,670.69
To Apply: Send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Reports To: Associate Director of Admissions
General Purpose: The Admissions Counselor supports the efforts of the Admissions Office by managing an assigned territory, implementing recruitment strategies, communicating with student prospects, building relationships with high schools, managing inquiries and applications, and supervising the tasks of student workers.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Supervision Given: The ideal candidate will be a self-starter who meets deadlines and goals, working well with a team. The Admissions Counselor will report to the Associate Director of Admissions.
Compensation: Grade 8, starting rate: $34,057.98, excellent benefits.
Reports To: Controller
General Purpose: The Accounting/Payroll Specialist is responsible for maintaining the general ledgers for multiple funds on a computerized accounting system in a timely and efficient manner. The Accounting/Payroll Specialist is also responsible for payroll processing, cash management, and cash and other reconciliations.
One to three years of relevant experience maintaining a general ledger for a diversified company with monthly reconciliation responsibility. Associate degree in business preferred or acceptable combination of education and experience. Experience with managing cash management functions of an organization and experience in higher education preferred. Experience with processing and updating payroll records preferred. Ability to operate Microsoft Excel and computerized accounting systems at an intermediate level. Effective written and verbal communication skills. Ability to solve practical problems and work independently with limited instructions in a fast-paced environment.
Ability to prioritize work with a sense of urgency. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, strong problem-solving and follow-up skills. Ability to communicate effectively, work collegially 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, $20.23, excellent benefits
General Purpose: Responsible for performing complex reconciliations to include, but not limited to: general ledger and budget data; monitoring accounts; determining the necessity for and processing of documentation to effect changes to accounts; and preparing schedules and other related financial data for the College’s annual financial statements. Major responsibilities include general ledger accounting, regular reconciliation of designated accounts and preparation and analysis of budgets.
Bachelor's degree in accounting with three to five years’ position-related experience and/or training; knowledge of and ability to work with accounting software. Higher education or non-profit experience preferred. Ability to prioritize work with a sense of urgency. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, strong problem-solving and follow-up skills. Ability to work well with St. John’s College community.
Compensation: Grade 12 - $52,168.76, excellent benefits.
To Apply: Send cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
Reports To: Athletics and Recreation Coordinator
General Purpose: To manage all waterfront activities and boathouse operations as well as to administer the day-to-day running and maintenance of college boats and boathouse equipment. This includes performing and/or overseeing all boat maintenance and repair; coordinating recreational sailing, crew, and general boating programs; managing boathouse operations; supervising student workers.
Compensation: Grade 11, starting rate: $22.50 per hour, excellent benefits. The average hours during the semester are between 25-30, with fewer hours during the summer.
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.
Lynn HobbsAssistant Director of Personnel
60 College Avenue
Annapolis, MD 21401