FREEING MINDS A Campaign for St. John's College
To apply for an open (non-faculty) position, please submit a resume, letter of intent, salary history, and a list of professional references to santafe.jobs(at)sjc.edu. If you have questions, please contact the Human Resources Office at 505-984-6140.
Information for Faculty Applicants
(Updated April 12, 2019)
Reports To: Executive Director of Major Gifts
Duties: The Director of Major and Planned Gifts 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. 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.
Minimum of five years of progressive experience in direct personal solicitation of individuals at the major gift level required. Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree preferred. Must possess the 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.
To Apply: Send resume, letter of intent, and a list of professional references to santafe.jobs(at)sjc.edu. Resume packets will be accepted until interviews begin.
Reports To: Executive Director of Campus Health & Wellness
Description: St. John’s College in Santa Fe is seeking a part time independently licensed psychotherapist for a 15-hour contractual position. Must be independently licensed in New Mexico(LCSW, LMFT, PHD, LPCC) with 5-8 years post licensure experience working in clinical settings.
Must have experience working with trauma, substance abuse, depression and anxiety as well as other mental health issues. Experience and training in Somatic therapy and/or CBT/DBT therapies and in working with a college age population beneficial.
Duties: The Student Activities Coordinator is a full-time, live-in professional staff position and is a member of the Student Life team, responsible for managing the implementation of programs and assisting in the development of a diverse, cohesive campus community. The Student Activities Coordinator will be responsible for supervising student workers, and student organization leaders. In addition, the Student Activities Coordinator will be instrumental in implementing student activities, building the student experience on campus, and planning campus-wide events. The Student Activities Coordinator assists with departmental planning efforts and operational tasks as assigned and will be cross trained to assist all functional area of Student Life. The position has “on call” responsibilities. Plans and implements college sponsored student activities. Oversees student leadership organizations including Polity, and student clubs. Plans and executes orientation each semester in conjunction with the orientation committee. Assists in the strategic direction of student organizations and the implementation of student initiated activities. Creates and manages a student activities calendar. Informs students and the campus community about student activities. Serves as a secondary conduct officer for non-academic student conduct issues. Staffs and supports college-wide initiatives. Represents the department on college committees and at college events, as needed. Participates in improvement initiatives. Required to live on-campus and engage in on-call Senior Resident duties. Must be able to work evenings and weekends. Provides leadership through the supervision of student staff and club leaders. Selects, trains, supervises, develops and evaluates student employees with input from the Director of Student Life.
One to two years of experience in Residential Life or Student Activities required. Previous experience in student affairs, residential life programming and working knowledge of student development theory preferred. Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree in Education, Psychology, Student Affairs, or other related field preferred. Strong leadership and development skills to produce a cohesive team required. Must be skilled in event planning and promotion. Must possess excellent skills in areas of crisis response and management, project management, team building, promoting diversity, and professional ethics. Requires excellent organizational, administrative and communication skills. Must maintain high professional standards and an attitude of customer service. Strong verbal and written communication skills required. Requires a knowledge of FERPA regulations. Must have a valid driver’s license.
Status: Full-time, exempt position at 35 hours per week.
To Apply: Send resume, letter of intent and a list of professional references to santafe.jobs(at)sjc.edu. Resume packets will be accepted until interviews begin.
Duties: The Housing Coordinator is a full-time, live-in professional staff position responsible for providing quality housing for students and maintaining a safe, healthy, learning and living environment. The Housing Coordinator provides leadership for on-campus residential areas and shares the responsibility for developing and maintaining residential communities which facilitate student growth and development. The position has “on call” responsibilities. This position serves as the chief housing officer with oversight of all campus housing facilities, responsible for ensuring quality housing for students while creating an inclusive residential environment which fosters diversity and contributes to the total development of each individual. Coordinates administrative functions for area including student check-in, check-out, room changes, damage assessment, student billing, key maintenance and room/apartment condition reports. Selects, trains, supervises, develops and evaluates Resident Assistants with input from the Director of Student Life. Conducts regular inspections of the student housing facility and student units; identifies problem areas, and enlists means to correct. Reports, tracks and follows up on maintenance issues with appropriate building managers, maintenance and cleaning staff. Coordinates with outside vendors and/or property management to ensure all repairs and maintenance issues are completed in a timely manner. Assigns housing for students. Provides roommate matches for new students and respond to roommate concerns through mediation. Develops furniture, fixture, and equipment plan for campus housing facilities and provide input to maintenance for replacement schedule. Communicates with students, parents, and others about housing items including policies and procedures, billing, refunds, and other questions as necessary. Responds to emergency and crisis situations, and make appropriate referrals as needed. Provides direction and coordination for all Housing community development and co-curricular activities. Maintains key inventory records, room assignments and emergency contact information. Serves as a secondary conduct officer for non-academic student conduct issues. Staffs and support college-wide initiatives including new student orientations and admissions related activities. Represents the department on college committees and at college events, as needed. Participates in improvement initiatives. Required to live on-campus and engage in on-call Senior Resident duties. Maintains an awareness of current issues and developments in higher education and student personnel.
One to two years of experience in Residential Life and Student Housing required. Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree in Student Personnel, Education, Counseling or related field preferred. Must possess excellent interpersonal skills in areas of group dynamics, human relations, counseling, and sensitivity to others. Requires excellent organizational, administrative and communication skills. Must maintain high professional standards and an attitude of customer service. Strong verbal and written communication skills required. Must be skilled in event planning and promotion. Requires a knowledge of FERPA regulations. Must have a valid driver’s license.
Duties: The Office of Student Life works to provide a range of co-curricular experiences designed to supplement students’ classroom experience and contribute significantly to their personal development. The Director of Student Life is responsible for student life and its related leadership, student development programs and services. The Director provides vision, leadership and supervision in the following areas: Student Activities, Student Clubs and Organizations, Student Government, Student Conduct Process, and Residential Life. The Director will encourage students to create and participate in intellectual, artistic, social, recreational and multicultural activities; to assume campus leadership and governance responsibilities; to develop positive interpersonal relationships and skills within groups and is responsible for establishing and measuring student learning outcomes achieved through participation in these activities. The Director will be responsible for creating an inclusive campus community which fosters diversity and contributes to the total development of each individual. Provides direction and coordination for all campus community and co-curricular activities. Provides leadership for existing student/campus life services, programs and initiatives to ensure overall operational effectiveness is in place. Implements new processes to streamline operations as needed. Serves as primary conduct officer for non-academic student conduct issues. Administers and implements policies and procedures related to conduct. Ensures that appropriate sanctions are carried out in a timely manner. Provides leadership for the Office of Student Life, including regulatory and compliance related items (Deputy Title IX, crisis resolution, student conduct resolution, etc). Provides conduct policy oversight, tracks incident reports and documents Campus Crime Reporting statistics. Maintains student records, including emergency contact information. Advocates for students by attentively responding to their special needs and problems, as they arise and collaborates with other college offices to provide high quality services to students. Updates and maintain Student Handbook year-over-year. Participates in planning and executing student and college-wide events, such as Orientation, Senior Resident and Resident Assistant Training, etc. including logistics, recruiting and training peer leaders. Collaborates with the Student Health Office to create targeted health and wellness programming and work collaboratively on crisis intervention and student emergencies. Manages Student Life related budgets in conjunction with the Executive Director of Campus Health & Wellness. Selects, trains, supervises, develops and evaluates the Office of Student Life staff and Senior Residents. Responds to emergency and crisis situations, and make appropriate referrals as needed. Protects the confidentiality of information within areas of position responsibilities by preventing unauthorized release, both verbally and/or in writing. Provides coverage of student emergencies during off-hours and weekends, on an “on-call” basis as needed. Staffs and supports college business initiatives including new student orientations and admissions related activities. Represents the department on college committees and at college events, as needed. Participates in improvement initiatives. Maintains an awareness of current issues and developments in higher education and student personnel. Provides leadership through the supervision of the Office of Student Life.
Five to seven years of experience in higher education administration, student activity management, coordinating campus programming and/or advising student clubs and organizations required. Bachelor’s required; Master’s degree in Student Personnel, Education, Counseling or related field highly preferred. A significant level of trust and diplomacy is required, in addition to normal courtesy and tact. Work involves extensive personal contact with others and/or can be of a personal or sensitive nature. Work may involve motivating or influencing others. Outside contacts become important and fostering sound relationships with other entities (companies and/or individuals) becomes necessary and often requires the ability to influence and/or sell ideas or services to others. Other skills required: conflict resolution, negotiation and remediation, diplomacy, group dynamics, human relations, counseling and sensitivity to others. Excellent organizational, administrative and communication skills required. An understanding of student development issues in post-secondary education required. Must be able to prioritize work, multi-task, set and meet deadlines. Requires a knowledge of FERPA regulations. Crisis response and management experience necessary.
Duties: Assembles documents and correspondence as assigned by the Executive Director. Assists with the screening, prioritizing, and discerning the nature of calls and/or visitors to Executive Director. Will route incoming calls to appropriate personnel and disseminate general information as required. Provides word processing, filing, computer and organizational support tasks for the Executive Director and occasionally the office of Student Life. Provides phone coverage during the lunch hour. Handles confidential information. Assists with and may take lead role on projects assigned, including scheduling; room reservations; record keeping; billing, catering requests, collecting RSVP’s, special event needs, and tracking invoices; research and data collection; preparing correspondence; gathering and distributing information; and contacting by email and telephone members of the college community, friends of the college, and the general public. Manages and trains student employees to perform duties as needed or assigned. Assists student clubs with campus-wide communication of events. Helps in day-to-day meeting preparation. Collects and prepares information for use in discussions and meetings. Prepares or assists in the preparation of assigned reports, documents and correspondence for the Executive Director and other members of the Student Life team. Performs other duties as needed or assigned.
Must be able to provide administrative support to the Executive Director of Campus Health and Wellness with a minimum amount of supervision. Requires a professional manner, ability to maintain confidentiality and the ability to set priorities. Must be able to work on multiple projects, meet specific deadlines and handle a high volume of administrative tasks. Requires three years office experience, one of which must have been as an administrative assistant. Additional administrative experience, especially in an educational setting preferred. Requires a Bachelor’s degree. Must maintain high professional standards and an attitude of customer service. Strong verbal and written communication skills, interpersonal and organization skills. Skilled in event planning and promotion. Knowledge of FERPA regulations. Must be able to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and meet deadlines when necessary. Must have valid driver’s license.
Status: Part-time, non-exempt position at 17.5 hours per week.
Reports To: Vice President of Enrollment
Duties: The Director of Admissions is a senior leader at the college who will work closely with the Vice President of Enrollment on the Annapolis campus to develop and implement a successful admissions strategy for the college as a whole. With the Vice President of Enrollment, the role includes oversight of freshman and transfer recruitment, selection, and yield on both campuses, as well as graduate recruitment and yield on both campuses. The Director will have also have significant autonomy in the management of the admissions staff based on the Santa Fe campus. Responsible for Strategizing, developing, and implementing marketing, communications, and recruitment materials for prospective students. Focusing on recruitment strategy for the Santa Fe campus. Hires, trains, motivates, and manages the admission staff in Santa Fe. Directly supervises Associate Directors of Admissions in Santa Fe. Oversees day-to-day operations within the Santa Fe office and coordinates operation with the Annapolis office. Chairs the Santa Fe admissions committee and, in conjunction with the Dean of the College, makes final decisions on admissions files. Serves as an impassioned spokesperson and representative for the college and curriculum with both internal and external constituencies. Travels on behalf of the college to recruit students and raise the college’s visibility. Produces and manages the campus admissions budget. Serves as a member of the Santa Fe financial aid committee. Additionally, the Director will be responsible for meeting enrollment goals as determined by the Vice President of Enrollment. Work collaboratively with other members of the enrollment team, including the Vice President, Directors of Financial Aid, and Associate Directors of Admissions, and with the Communications Office, on both campuses. Build positive relationships with faculty, staff, alumni, and students who assist in the admissions process. Use data to inform all decision making. Stay aware of admissions and market trends and using this data to inform decision making. Meet regularly with the Presidents of the College, Deans of the College, Vice President of Enrollment, and Directors of Financial Aid. Develop a deep understanding and appreciation for the college’s mission and collaborate with others in the college to contribute to the college community as a whole.
The ideal candidate will have a thorough understanding of admissions practices and processes for recruitment and selection. In addition, the candidate will have demonstrated outstanding ability in a leadership or supervisory role. Be comfortable analyzing and using data, ideally having experience with Slate or another CRM. Possess excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communications skills. Hold a deep understanding and appreciation for St. John’s mission. Have high energy, worth ethic, and collaborative instincts. Own an appreciation for people of diverse backgrounds in the workplace, community, and applicant pool. Bring an imagination and creativity that breaks the bureaucratic mold found at other institutions.
Requires a Bachelor’s degree plus a minimum of 8 years of progressive experience in college admissions or a related field.
Reports To: Dean
St. John’s College is looking for a Director of Laboratories for its Santa Fe campus. The Director, in conjunction with the faculty, oversees a three-year laboratory program in biology, chemistry and physics, taken by all undergraduates and centered on firsthand experimental work as well as on discussion of classic texts in the history of science and natural philosophy. The Laboratory program is central to the college’s educational mission, offering students opportunities to encounter the natural world directly and to approach science not as an edifice of facts but through the living questions it poses, and seeking to instill in them a sense of inquiry and wonder. We are looking for someone with skill and experience managing a laboratory (including budgeting, purchasing, project management, safety, and supervisory responsibilities), who will also be a partner for students and faculty in the study of the natural sciences as an intellectual adventure. The Director should have an abiding interest in teaching, learning, and shared inquiry, as well as technical and management skills.
The primary tasks of the Director are to set up the experimental equipment and procedures for classes; to ensure the safety of students and faculty; to support and meet weekly with all faculty teaching in the laboratory program; and to train and supervise a group of laboratory assistants chosen from the student body. The ideal candidate will have a strong interest in hands-on work: developing and refining experiments, maintaining and tinkering with equipment, and teaching experimental technique. The Director needs to be capable (or quickly become capable) in a wide range of laboratory work in biology (including pure-culture microbiology), chemistry, and physics (including dynamics, atomic physics, and basic quantum mechanics).
The Director of Laboratories at St. John’s plays a central role in the life of a unique and vibrant intellectual institution at an exciting moment in its history. The college recently announced a $300 million capital campaign that has allowed it to reduce tuition, and was recently featured in the New York Times for the distinctiveness of its Great Books curriculum. The Santa Fe campus is in a gorgeous geographical setting, connecting to more than 400 miles of hiking and mountain biking trails accessible from campus, and thousands of square miles of nearby mountain wilderness.
To apply submit a resume, cover letter and list of professional references to santafe.jobs(at)sjc.edu. Application materials will be accepted until March 1, 2019 at which point interviews will begin. Application materials submitted after March 1 will still be accepted but may not be reviewed. The desired start date for the position is late April or early May.
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.