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Employment at Saint Martin's

Founded in 1895 as Saint Martin’s College, the University has evolved as a modern, diverse, and comprehensive Master’s University with liberal arts and professional programs at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. The University community is proud of its Catholic Benedictine heritage and identity, its attention to the holistic development of students, commitment to social justice and access, integrated approach to teaching and learning, and collaborative engagement with local and regional organizations, businesses, the military, and government. When you become a part of Saint Martin’s University, you become a part of a community of a diverse blend of talented enthusiastic individuals who encourage the understanding of varied viewpoints and the appreciation of all cultures.

To better understand the Catholic, Benedictine Values in an Educational Environment, please read "Catholic, Benedictine Values in an Educational Environment" »

Faculty openings

  • Assistant Professor - Business (three positions)

    Assistant Professor - Business

    Closing date: Review of candidates will continue until an appointment is made.
    Position title: Assistant Professor – School of Business

    Position summary

    The School of Business at Saint Martin’s University invites applications for tenure-track positions as entry-level Assistant Professor in the following areas:

    • Business in Management (broadly understood to include specializations in project management, public and/or nonprofit administration, international/global business, and entrepreneurship)
    • Marketing
    • Accounting (audit) (CPA required, CIA (Certified Internal Auditor) and/or CFE (Certified Fraud Examiner)  preferred).  
    • Economics (applied economics, health economics, environmental economics or international economics)

    Saint Martin’s is a Catholic Benedictine university student-centered ethos, and faculty members are encouraged to teach across disciplines, to engage in scholarship, and to contribute to the life of the University through service. Qualified candidates have the opportunity to play a leading role in developing and growing the MBA program. 

    A doctoral degree is required, practical experience is a plus (additional professional credentials such as PMI certification, SixSigma Black Belt, etc., is high desirable). Candidates should have a strong commitment to excellence in teaching and service, and an active program of scholarship. Experience in teaching in an evening MBA program is also a plus.

    Candidates must have valid documentation permitting them to work permanently in the US from the date on which the appointment at Saint Martin’s takes effect. The positions are subject to budgetary approval.

    Preferred start date is August 2017. The position is a 9 month appointment.  The standard teaching load is 12 semester hours. Teaching expectations include evening classes as well as some classes at off-campus regional sites (within a 20 miles radius). The School of Business offers degrees in Business Administration, Accounting, and an evening MBA. The University faculty are engaged in initiatives to transform the Core Curriculum and the academic course structure; successful candidates will have an opportunity to contribute to these discussions and to join a Business program that is strategically poised to extend its reach and reputation.

    Saint Martin’s University is an independent four-year, Catholic, coeducational university located on a 380-acre wooded campus in Lacey, Washington. Established in 1895 by the Catholic Order of Saint Benedict, the University is one of 18 Benedictine colleges and universities in the United States and Canada, and the only one west of the Rocky Mountains. Saint Martin’s University prepares students for successful lives through its 22 majors and six graduate programs spanning the liberal arts, business, education, and engineering. Saint Martin’s welcomes 1,250 students from many ethnic and religious backgrounds to its main campus, and 650 more to its extension campuses located at Joint Base Lewis-McChord.

    Application Process

    Electronic applications are required and must include a cover letter responsive to the specific faculty position announcement, CV, and the names and contact information of at least three references. Review of candidates is underway and will continue until an appointment is made.

    Please submit the above documentation online to business@stmartin.edu
    All positions are subject to final budget approval.

    Saint Martin’s University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

  • Director of Nursing

    Director of Nursing

    Saint Martin’s University invites applications and nominations for a collaborative, dynamic nurse educator to lead an innovative CCNE accredited RN-to-BSN program grounded in the AACN Essentials of Baccalaureate Nursing Education and informed by the IOM Report on the Future of Nursing.  The RN-to-BSN program is currently an academic program within the College of Arts and Sciences which provides rich opportunities for interdisciplinary engagement.  Unique aspects of the program include an elective course in traditional Chinese medicine and options for study abroad.  The university plans to submit an application for approval to develop a pre-licensure baccalaureate program, development of which will become responsibility of the director.

    This is a full-time, 12-month renewable position with potential for a transition into the tenure-track.  Faculty rank will depend on qualifications.

    Responsibilities

    • Evaluate and revise curriculum as needed
    • Perform total program evaluation to maintain CCNE accreditation and Washington State approval
    • Communicate with academic leaders, accreditors, and regulators
    • Facilitate the program’s strategic plan including development of a pre-licensure BSN program
    • Recruit, appoint, and mentor faculty
    • Work closely with faculty and academic leaders to create and develop academic and practice partnerships
    • Facilitate recruitment, retention and advisement of students

    Required Qualifications and Attributes

    • Earned doctorate in nursing, public health, human services or related field, with at least one graduate degree (master’s or doctorate) in nursing
    • At least five years of experience as a registered nurse including two years of experience in nursing education at or above the baccalaureate level
    • Unrestricted RN Licensure in Washington State at the time of hire and during employment
    • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively across disciplines and with community Preparation in education and administration
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    • Willingness to support the Catholic, Benedictine tradition of Saint Martin’s University
    • Commitment to the Institute of Medicine recommendations on the future of nursing

    Preferred Qualifications

    • Experience in and commitment to curriculum development
    • Experience and/or interest in working with diverse populations
    • Experience with web-based learning management systems
    • Experience teaching in an RN-to-BSN and pre-licensure nursing programs

    Application Process

    Please send a letter of interest responding directly to the position description above, current C.V., and complete contact information for 3 professional references to Search Committee: Director of Nursing, at lcastillo@stmartin.edu, Office of the Provost, Saint Martin’s University. Electronic submission in .PDF format is required. Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis and continue until the position is filled. Questions and inquiries may be directed to Dr. Molly Smith, Provost/Vice President of Academic Affairs, by email (msmith@stmartin.edu) or telephone at 360-438-4310.

Staff openings

  • Administrative Assistant – Student Financial Services

    Administrative Assistant – Student Financial Services

    Closing date: June 2, 2017
    Position title: Administrative Assistant II – Student Financial Services  
    Job class: Non-exempt, 40 hours per week (12 month) benefit eligible 

    Position summary

    The Student Financial Service Center Administrative Assistant II is the Student Financial Service Center’s (SFSC) first point of contact…in person, by telephone, and by email for current and prospective students, parents of students, University faculty, University staff, Abbey members, and the community. This person disseminates financial aid application and program information, along with student billing, insurance, and payment plan information, including, but not limited to, the collection and receipt of payments.

    Essential functions and responsibilities

    • Provide initial contact for Student Financial Service Center, in person and by phone, with current and prospective students, parents of students, University faculty, University staff, Abbey members, and the community.
    • Collection and receipt of student payments and financial documents
    • Maintain correspondence files, route correspondence, and telephone calls to appropriate individuals for further handling, and responds to SFSC email and voicemail messages.
    • Assists with the distribution and mailing of SFSC materials (including monthly billing statements, missing information letters, financial aid award letters, and validation billing packets).
    • Enter and/or update critical data into PowerCAMPUS and PowerFAIDS systems
    • Assist office staff with routine and advanced clerical duties, including, but not limited to the processing of daily deposits, the review and follow up of outstanding balances, and the   review and update of Hold placed by Student Financial Services.
    • Other duties as assigned.

    Competencies

    • Strong positive customer service skills along with the ability to gain customer confidence and trust by ensuring that long-term needs are met.
    • Effective and efficient use of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access) and other relevant computer based programs.
    • Ability to work independently with minimal direct supervision.
    • Ability to learn, understand, and interpret state and federal financial aid policies and procedures as well as federal privacy laws.
    • Effective oral and written communication skills.
    • Ability to communicate effectively with a diverse range of people in a variety of situations.
    • Ability to work efficiently in an often stressful and fast-paced work environment.
    • Ability to work effectively and collaboratively with co-workers and University community.
    • Ability to maintain confidentiality.

    Minimum qualifications

    • Associate’s degree from an accredited college or university is preferred.
    • Experience working in a college or university environment is preferred.
    • Cash handling experience is preferred.
    • Successfully pass a criminal background check.
    • Must be supportive of a Catholic, Benedictine philosophy of education.

    Application procedures

    To be considered for this position, applicants must submit the following to the Office of Human Resources at hro@stmartin.edu:

    • Application of employment
    • Cover letter specifying interest and how their background has prepared you for this position
    • Current resume
    • As part of our recruiting and hiring process, Saint Martin’s University requires final candidates to prepare a brief statement (no more than one page) which highlights how the candidate’s work experience and background will contribute to our Catholic Benedictine mission and vision of Saint Martin’s University.  To better understand the Catholic, Benedictine values in an educational environment, we are providing a link to a well-written article on the subject: http://www.osb.org/acad/benval1.html . Please bring the statement with you and give it to the search/interview committee.
  • Director, Counseling & Wellness Center

    Director, Counseling & Wellness Center 

    Closing date: June 14, 2017 for priority consideration
    Position title: Director, Counseling Center  
    Job class: Exempt, benefit eligible 

    Position summary

    The Director is responsible for overseeing all administrative, clinical and educational aspects of the Counseling and Wellness Center along with providing mental health care to students and consultative services to the campus community.  This oversight includes the planning, development, and evaluation of counseling services for all enrolled students in order to ensure consistent high quality care that is in step with current best practices. The director provides vision, strategic planning and assessment for the center to advance department and divisional mission. Oversees a team of clinicians including a licensed counselor (.5 FTE), contract counselor (10 hrs/wk.), Substance Abuse Prevention Coordinator (.25FTE), 2 graduate interns (40hrs/wk.), Graduate TA (10hrs/wk.)  and Front Office Coordinators (40hrs/wk.)  Coordinate the center’s emergency and crisis response procedures and participate in all threat assessment activities.  The Director provides counseling to students experiencing personal adjustment and/or psychological problems within a culturally diverse campus including assessment, treatment, crisis intervention, referral and outreach. Contributes to a campus environment that facilitates the healthy growth and development of students through collaborative programming and training with the Student Affairs division and other members of the University community

    Essential functions and responsibilities

    • Provides individual, group counseling; consultation regarding student mental health issues and crisis intervention; student referral to off campus facilities for counseling and testing as needed; facilitates hospital psychiatric admissions of high risk students; provides follow-up on all counseling referrals and maintains confidential student files
    • Develop and provide preventative programming to campus community focused on the developmental needs of students.
    • Develops and delivers in-service training programs and workshops to student peer leaders including resident assistants, peer mentors, orientation leaders, security staff.
    • Provides consultation, training and education to faculty and staff regarding student mental health issues.
    • Oversee daily operations of counseling center including coordination, recruitment, training, supervision, development and evaluation for professional staff and work study students.  Professional staff includes part time counselor, contract counselor, and a Substance Abuse Prevention Program Coordinator.
    • Compiles and completes year-end assessment report.
    • Attend directors meeting, supervision and committee meetings.
    • Develops and updates policy and procedures for Counseling and Wellness Center.
    • Provides oversight, supervision and training of graduate level interns.
    • Oversee budget for Counseling and Wellness Center.
    • Serves as a member with the Student Success Committee and the Behavioral Intervention Team.
    • Maintain ongoing relationship with community resources including agencies, hospitals, mental health providers.
    • Engage in professional activities and associations at local, regional and national levels.
    • Provides policy input for official institute publications/documents that involve mental health issues.
    • Remain current on issues within the mental health field through continuing education, attending conferences.

    Competencies

    • Leadership, team building and managerial skills.
    • Well-developed clinical and diagnostic skills.
    • Proven capability of providing highest standard of psychological treatment to a diverse clientele.
    • Effective interpersonal skills and the ability to collaborate with and respond to multiple constituencies at all levels of a university.
    • Knowledge of and experience with mental health models, policies and procedures related to the field of psychology and clinical counseling.
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills, including demonstrated ability to make effective presentations, conduct training on mental health related topics, facilitate and offer exchange of ideas.                       
    • Familiarity of the developmental issues of college students and trends in college mental health.
    • Ability to facilitate group discussions, mediation and conflict resolution.
    • Strong organizational and time management skills.
    • Knowledge of and commitment to the application of the highest standards of legal and ethical principles and practices.
    • Effective and efficient use of Microsoft Office and other relevant computer based programs including spread sheet management.
    • Experience in written and electronic forms of data collection and management.
    • Ability to collect, analyze and interpret data that supports goals and objectives of student learning
    • Crisis intervention skills, Critical Incident Debriefing skills.
    • Able to work in a stressful fast-paced environment and effectively manage multiple projects simultaneously.
    • Ability to establish positive relationships with person, regardless of race, gender, physical limitation or religious beliefs.  Demonstrate multicultural competency in counseling.
    • Must be supportive of a Catholic, Benedictine philosophy of education.

    Minimum qualifications

    • Master’s degree or doctoral degree in clinical counseling, clinical psychology or related field required.
    • Licensed or licensed eligible candidate.
    • Minimum of 3 years of administrative and supervision experience.
    • Minimum of 3 years of professional clinical experience.
    • Minimum of 3 years of experience in a college or university counseling center with a diverse student population highly desirable. 
    • Experience in written and electronic forms of data collection and management.
    • Successfully pass a criminal background check.

    Application procedures

    To be considered for this position, applicants must submit the following to the Office of Human Resources at hro@stmartin.edu:

    • Application of employment
    • Cover letter specifying interest and how their background has prepared you for this position
    • Current resume
    • As part of our recruiting and hiring process, Saint Martin’s University requires final candidates to prepare a brief statement (no more than one page) which highlights how the candidate’s work experience and background will contribute to our Catholic Benedictine mission and vision of Saint Martin’s University.  To better understand the Catholic, Benedictine values in an educational environment, we are providing a link to a well-written article on the subject: http://www.osb.org/acad/benval1.html . Please bring the statement with you and give it to the search/interview committee.
  • Head Coach, Women’s Soccer

    Head Coach, Women’s Soccer

    Closing date: Open until filled
    Position title: Head Coach, Women’s Soccer
    Job Type: Exempt, 40 hours/week, benefit eligible

    Position summary

    The Head Women’s Soccer Coach administers and coaches the Women’s Soccer Program.  The Head Coach is responsible for all scheduling, budgeting, recruiting, scouting, communicating and training associated with the successful operation of the Women’s Soccer program competing under the jurisdiction of the NCAA.

    Primary functions and responsibilities

    Coach

    • Organize and coordinate coaching (daily, weekly, seasonal, conditioning phase and spring) based on a master plan for the program.
    • Conduct practice sessions (in whole or in component parts) to follow master plan.
    • Coach in games (conduct pregame, halftime and endgame talks) and communicate with staff and players in games.
    • Evaluate players periodically and provide feedback to players.
    • Analyze game video for player feedback and future scouting of opponents.
    • Maintain regular correspondence with prospective student athletes.
    • Create long-term player development plans:  technical, tactical and physical development of individual players over time.

    Administration

    • Supervise assistant coach; to include interviewing, hiring, and training; planning assigning, and directing work.  Evaluate performance; oversee discipline and addressing and resolving areas of concern.
    • Complete all travel documentation (travel list, itineraries, credit card usage, etc.)
    • Update and coordinate actual expenses with program specialist to comply with budget.
    • Develop championship season and Spring game schedules.
    • Create seasonal calendars and communicate with staff and players (practice scheduling, game schedules, required paperwork etc.).
    • Write weekly schedules for players when in season (nuts and bolts information regarding training, competition and travel).
    • Communicate regularly with department staff (compliance, sports information, program specialist, and trainer) on specific items related to their job and our programs.
    • Assisting in departmental fundraisers or community involvement projects (golf tournament, state high school tournaments, conference basketball tournaments).
    • Coordinate and conducting local fundraising for program.
    • Attend staff meetings and training as directed.
    • Serve on Committees as requested (department / university, NCAA).

    Student Athlete Academic Support

    • Assist student-athletes in scheduling classes (who to see, what to ask).
    • Help with ensuring NCAA progress towards degree requirements and working with student-athletes on achieving academic success and eventual graduation from SMU.
    • Counsels team members in academic and personal matters; consults with college administration for resolution of problems.

    Recruitment

    • Maintain contact with key basketball administrators in the community and have productive relations with a variety of soccer entities in an effort to recruit prospective student athletes.
    • Evaluate players for recruitment to the University.
    • Watch recruit videos for upcoming signings and potential recruits.
    • Meet with prospective student athletes on campus (discuss academic expectations, student academic goals, NCAA compliance regulations.)
    • Communicate regularly with admissions on status of prospective student athletes.
    • Update NCAA mandated Compliance Assistant software for recruiting activities.  

    Competencies

    • Demonstrated usage of a wide ranging repertoire of; knowledge, coaching and teaching methods to accomplish goals and objectives of a comprehensive women’s soccer program.
    • Develops, plans, carryout, explains, and adapts specific practice plans for the team and/or specific individual players.
    • Successful in planning, coordinating, analyzing and communicating tactics and strategies during a competitive games.
    • Effectively transmits coaching points from game matches to practice and from practices to the game matches.
    • Quickly and tactfully communicates, orally and in writing, specific target objectives for player’s improvement in the short (from game-to-game) and long term (from one season to the next) as well as skills and tactics for specific positions.
    • The ability to use Microsoft Office to complete all work product (both directed and self-directed).
    • The ability to communicate orally and via written product both basic and delicate information with precision, style and form.
    • The ability to follow through with departmental, university or outside entities with the appropriate message regarding issues affecting the women’s soccer program at SMU.
    • Demonstrates acceptance of the department and University initiatives to support Catholic and Benedictine Mission Values.
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    Requirements and/or conditions of employment

    • Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred
    • Three (3) years’ experience as a head coach or an assistant at the NCAA D-I- II-III levels preferred, head coaching experience at the NAIA and community college level will be considered.
    • Proficient in working with word processing and electronic spreadsheets (preferably Microsoft Office Suite).
    • Must pass the NCAA D-II coach’s test.
    • Must possess and maintain current CPR/First Aid certification
    • Must clear background check and have a valid Washington State driver’s license.  Provide a copy of a three year driver’s abstract indicating no major moving violations on file.
    • Must pass a driving test (driving school vehicles).

    Physical demands and working environment

    Work is performed in a standard office environment. Physical demands include:

    • Move heavy objects (more than 20 pounds) long distances (more than 20 feet).
    • Ability to be mobile campus wide and for game traveling for appropriate athletic needs.
    • Operates a variety of standard office equipment requiring continuous or repetitive arm-hand movements.
    • Reading, writing, speaking, hearing, standing, bending, sitting.
    • Learning and comprehending.
    • Requires visual concentration on detail.
    • Manual dexterity and precision required for performing stress and special tests, demonstrating rehabilitation exercises.
    • May often be required to deal with distraught student-athletes.Must be able to concentrate on details and process complex information while experiencing frequent interruptions.

    Application procedures

    To be considered for this position, applicants must submit the following to Human Resources at: hro@stmartin.edu:

    • Application of employment
    • Cover letter specifying interest and how their background has prepared you for this position
    • Current resume
    • As part of our recruiting and hiring process, Saint Martin’s University requires final candidates to prepare a brief statement (no more than one page) which highlights how the candidate’s work experience and background will contribute to our Catholic Benedictine mission and vision of Saint Martin’s University.  To better understand the Catholic, Benedictine values in an educational environment, we are providing a link to a well-written article on the subject: http://www.osb.org/acad/benval1.html . Please bring the statement with you and give it to the search/interview committee.
  • Help Desk Coordinator

    Help Desk Coordinator

    Closing date: June 2, 2017
    Position title: Help Desk Coordinator  
    Job class: Non-exempt, 40 hours per week (12 month) benefit eligible 

    Position summary

    Manage help-desk -- Responsible for development and implementation of technical support processes and procedures, evaluation and recommendation of Help Desk tools, development of Help Desk scripts, creation and publication of Help Desk materials and documentation, and design and implementation of reports to measure performance of Help Desk staff.  May provide advice and assistance regarding PC- or network related problems.  Provide second/third level software and hardware support for staff/faculty.  Supervise and train work-study students for routine operations of the help desk when available.  Maintain ITS Department and help-desk documentation, databases, and web site as directed.  Manage user accounts, including Active Directory, Exchange, email, Self-Service and Moodle, for students, faculty and staff on the local area network.  As time permits, assist with training of end users in various software applications. 

    Essential functions and responsibilities

    • Manage help-desk telephone support service – coordinate with ITS staff and student workers to provide a first level support service for staff/faculty software and hardware support.
    • Manage user accounts, including computer, Active Directory, Exchange, email, Self-Service, and Moodle for students, faculty and staff on the local area network.
    • Supervision and train work-study students for routine operations of the help desk .
    • Coordinate and manage the ITS Department’s computer user training program. 
    • Coordinate and manage the creation and maintenance of ITS Department and help-desk documentation, databases, and web site.
    • Maintain up-to-date knowledge of educational computing, standard computer products and technical materials.
    • Complete other duties as assigned.

    Competencies

    • Communicates orally with constituents in a face-face, one-to-one setting.
    • Communicates orally with constituents and outside agents, using a telephone.
    • Observes, compares, or monitors data to determine compliance with prescribed operating standards.
    • Troubleshoots and resolves user technical support issues.
    • Produces written documents and electronic correspondence with clearly organized thoughts using proper sentence construction, punctuation and grammar.
    • Enters data or information into a terminal, PC or other keyboard device.
    • Must be capable of working in a stressful work environment.
    • Must be able to report to work on time according to a schedule.
    • Must be supportive of the Benedictine values of the University.

    Minimum qualifications

    Minimum

    • At least two years working experience and proficiency with MS Windows, and MS Office Professional in a customer support or helpdesk role. 
    • Excellent customer service, communications, interpersonal, and communications skills. 
    • Associates degree or equivalent experience.
    • Proven ability to troubleshoot technical problems related to network access and desktop applications.
    • Successfully pass a criminal background check.

    Preferred

    • Working knowledge Apple products and iOS based software.
    • Experience with higher education software systems such as Moodle or PowerCAMPUS.
    • Experience administering Active Directory
    • Experience with a serve request tracking system

    Application procedures

    To be considered for this position, applicants must submit the following to the Office of Human Resources at hro@stmartin.edu:

    • Application of employment
    • Cover letter specifying interest and how their background has prepared you for this position
    • Current resume
    • As part of our recruiting and hiring process, Saint Martin’s University requires final candidates to prepare a brief statement (no more than one page) which highlights how the candidate’s work experience and background will contribute to our Catholic Benedictine mission and vision of Saint Martin’s University.  To better understand the Catholic, Benedictine values in an educational environment, we are providing a link to a well-written article on the subject: http://www.osb.org/acad/benval1.html . Please bring the statement with you and give it to the search/interview committee.
  • Library Assistant II – Evening Circulation

    Library Assistant II – Evening Circulation

    Closing date: July 21, 2017
    Position title: Library Assistant II  
    Job class:  Non-exempt, 40 hours per week (Sun 12:45 – 9:15 pm; Mon –Thurs 2:45 pm – 11:15 pm/Friday & Saturday off) benefit eligible 

    Position summary

    This full-time position is responsible for evening library services at Saint Martin’s O’Grady Library, including oversight of both the building and the student workers assigned to Circulation, the Information Commons, and the Multimedia Center.  The position participates in Summit and traditional interlibrary loan borrowing and lending and also assists library patrons in these areas: circulation, basic reference, interlibrary loan, equipment checkouts, and basic technology support in the Information Commons and Multimedia Center. This position requires outstanding customer service skills, attention to policies and procedures, competence with the library’s circulation/resource sharing systems, strong technology skills, and the ability to direct and train student workers.

    Essential functions and responsibilities

    Circulation

    • Performs complex circulation functions, including the interpretation of policies and the occasional approval of overrides and exceptions where authorized.
    • Answers circulation, Summit, interlibrary loan, basic reference, and general directional questions; refers patrons to the appropriate staff member or office for other services.
    • Directs evening and weekend  library student workers. Participates in the training of student workers providing circulation services and technology support.
    • Responsible for the building evenings and Sundays, performing regular building checks, collecting building-use data, and carrying out closing procedures. Communicates with campus Public Safety as necessary.
    • Works extended hours during the weeks prior to and including finals.
    • Accepts money, prepares the end-of-day debit/credit card reader report, and balances the cash register.
    • Develops online/print tutorials and support materials for circulation and other library services, including tutorials for those services that support online and extended learning students.
    • Creates and updates documentation for the circulation procedures manual.
    • Carries out additional circulation tasks(e.g., interlibrary loan, Summit, billing, desk maintenance, and statistics gathering) as assigned.

    Information Commons and Multimedia Center

    • Provides basic technology support and troubleshooting to students and faculty in the Information Commons, the library’s Multimedia Center, and the computer classrooms when the library’s Technology Coordinator is not available.
    • Provides regular maintenance of the library’s laptops, digital camcorders, and other media equipment available for checkout at circulation.

    Other Functions

    • Participates in library planning, goal-setting, and policy and procedure development. Serves on library, university and consortia committees.
    • Works collaboratively with colleagues in the Orbis Cascade Alliance and other consortia to support resource sharing, information sharing and professional development.
    • Attends local or regional meetings, workshops, and conferences as appropriate to update skills and enhance knowledge and understanding of resource sharing and circulation services applicable to O’Grady Library.
    • Participates in the university’s emergency response plan.
    • Other projects as assigned.

    Competencies

    • Delivers exemplary patron service to library users by resolving problems effectively and treating them in a professional and welcoming manner, even under stressful conditions.
    • Competent in using the library’s fulfillment module, interlibrary loan system, and related library systems as appropriate.
    • Understands university and library policies relevant to library services and technology use; makes certain that decisions and actions are informed by these policies.
    • Familiar with available library resources, library discovery systems, and able to perform basic library research competently.
    • Effectively directs and trains student workers.
    • Competent with office productivity software (Microsoft Excel, Word, and Outlook) and the tools available for developing and presenting online tutorials (e.g., Camtasia Relay and Moodle).
    • Capable of providing effective, but basic technology support for Microsoft Office, video editing, audio editing, and other presentation or communication technologies available in the library.
    • Attention to accuracy, detail and neatness.
    • Ability to follow established procedures.
    • Communicates effectively, both verbally and in writing, and with a variety of audiences and individuals from diverse backgrounds.
    • Manages multiple responsibilities effectively.
    • Adapts readily to changing needs, conditions, and work responsibilities and has the capacity and willingness to learn new technologies when necessary.
    • Accepts personal responsibility for the quality and timeliness of his or her work and can be relied upon to achieve results with little need for direct oversight.
    • Builds and maintains student, faculty, and staff satisfaction with the resources and services offered by the library and University.
    • Develops constructive working relationships characterized by respect, cooperation, collaboration, and communication.
    • Supportive of a Catholic, Benedictine philosophy of education.

    Minimum qualifications

    • One year of library experience.
    • Strong familiarity with Microsoft Office.
    • Ability to work evenings and weekends.
    • Successfully pass a criminal background check.

    Preferred Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree.
    • Experience in an academic library, including directing student workers.
    • Experience in circulation and/or interlibrary loan.
    • Experience providing technology support, including assisting with video-editing software.

    Application procedures

    To be considered for this position, applicants must submit the following to the Office of Human Resources at hro@stmartin.edu:

    • Application of employment
    • Cover letter specifying interest and how their background has prepared you for this position
    • Current resume
    • As part of our recruiting and hiring process, Saint Martin’s University requires final candidates to prepare a brief statement (no more than one page) which highlights how the candidate’s work experience and background will contribute to our Catholic Benedictine mission and vision of Saint Martin’s University.  To better understand the Catholic, Benedictine values in an educational environment, we are providing a link to a well-written article on the subject: http://www.osb.org/acad/benval1.html . Please bring the statement with you and give it to the search/interview committee.

Contingent faculty openings

  • Business and Accounting

    Position announcement

    Closing date: Open until filled.

    Position title: Adjunct business and accounting professors

    Saint Martin's University invites applications for adjunct professor positions in undergraduate business, accounting and the MBA program. A doctoral degree is preferred and a Master’s degree is required. For accounting, a CPA certification is also required. Candidates should have a strong commitment to excellence in teaching and have an active program of scholarship and/or engagement in their professional discipline.

    Application procedures:

    To be considered for this position, applicants must submit the following:

    • Cover letter responsive to the specific faculty position announcement.
    • Complete curriculum vitae.
    • The names and contact information for at least three professional references
    • Brief statement which highlights how your work experience and background will contribute to the Catholic Benedictine philosophy of education. To better understand the Catholic, Benedictine Values in an Educational Environment," we are providing a link to a well written article on the subject: http://www.osb.org/acad/benval1.html.

    For questions, concerns, or more information, please contact the School of Business administrative assistant, Nicole Phillips, at Nicole.Phillips@stmartin.edu, or call 360-438-4512.

  • Computer Science

    Position announcement

    Closing date:  Open until filled.

    Position title: Adjunct - Computer Science

    The Instructor, Computer Science is an instructional position responsible to the Dean, Extended Learning Division. The instructor’s duties and responsibilities are teaching students, in the evening program and/or day at JBLM.

    Minimum Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution of higher education in the related teaching field. Master’s degree is preferred.
    • Five years of recent related work experience exclusive of teaching is required.

    Additionally, the following is required to obtain within one month of employment:

    Current certification in one of the following:

    • Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer (MCSD): Application Lifecycle Management
    • Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) - 98-364 Database Fundamentals
    • Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) - 98-361 Software Development Fundamentals
    • Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) - 98-379 Software Testing Fundamentals
    • Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) - 70-480 Programming in HTML5 with Javascript and CSS3
    • Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) - 70-483 Programming in C#

    The following is preferred:

    Currently certified as an MCP in the following:

    • 70-496 Administering Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012
    • 70-497 Software Testing with Visual Studio 2012
    • 70-498 Delivering Continuous Value with Visual Studio 2012 Application Lifecycle Management
    • 70-480 Programming in HTML5 with Javascript and CSS3
    • 70-483 Programming in C#

    Application procedures:

    To be considered for this position, applicants must submit the following:

    • Cover letter responsive to the specific faculty position announcement.
    • Complete curriculum vitae.
    • The names and contact information for at least three professional references
    • Copies of transcripts indicating degree confirmation and certificates. Official transcripts will be required of the successful candidate.

    For questions, concerns, or more information, please contact the Dean of Extended Learning, Radana Dvorak PhD, rdvorak@stmartin.edu, 360-412-6141.

  • Education

    Position announcement

    Closing date: This recruitment will remain open until the position is filled.

    Position title: Contingent education professors

    Position summary

    Saint Martin's University invites applications for contingent professor positions in undergraduate teacher education and the MIT program. We typically have needs for individuals to teach both foundations courses (e.g., Curriculum and Instruction, Classroom Assessment, Classroom Management) as well as methods courses in a variety of areas (e.g., Reading, Math, Integrated Arts). We maintain a pool of applicants for current and future positions.

    A doctoral degree is preferred and a Master’s degree is required. Experience in the public school environment is also required. Candidates should have a strong commitment to excellence in teaching and have an active program of scholarship and/or engagement in their professional discipline.

    Application procedures

    To be considered for this position, applicants must submit the following to Human Resources at: hro@stmartin.edu

    • Cover letter responsive to the faculty position announcement specifying the course or courses you would like to be considered for.
      For course titles and descriptions »
    • Current curriculum vitae.
    • The names and contact information for at least three professional references.
  • English and Mathematics

    Position announcement

    Closing date: This recruitment will remain open until the position is filled.

    Position title: English and Mathematics Instructors

    Position Summary

    Saint Martin’s University Extended Learning Division invites applications for contingent instructor positions in undergraduate courses delivered at Joint Base Lewis McChord (JBLM.)

    We are specifically looking for 100-200 level English and Math instructors. Must be available for daytime courses (Monday – Thursday) located at Saint Martin's Extended campus on JBLM. Experience teaching non-traditional learners preferred. Master’s degree in Teaching, English or STEM is required.

    Application procedures

    To be considered for this position, applicants must submit the following to Human Resources at hro@stmartin.edu

    • Cover letter responsive to the faculty position announcement specifying the course or courses you would like to be considered for.
      For course titles and descriptions »
    • Current curriculum vitae.
    • The names and contact information for at least three professional references.

Equal opportunity

  • Equal opportunity statement

    The principles of the Catholic Benedictine tradition, equal employment opportunity, and nondiscrimination are fundamental to the mission, goals, and objectives of Saint Martin’s University. The University does not discriminate in employment or in the delivery or administration of its educational programs, policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic or other University programs on the basis of sex, sexual orientation, race, color, religion (except as a bona fide occupational qualification for certain select positions), marital status, national or ethnic origin, military or veteran status, age, or disability.

    Equal opportunity in employment is governed by a variety of federal laws. The major applicable federal laws are Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans with Disabilities Act, Rehabilitation Act, Age Discrimination in Employment Act, Equal Pay Act, and VEVRAA. Collectively, these laws prohibit discrimination in all terms and conditions of employment - including hiring, compensation, training, promotion, and termination - based on race/ethnicity, color, national origin, sex, disability, veteran's status, and age. The majority of these laws are enforced by the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, frequently known as the EEOC.

    In addition to those mentioned above, equal opportunity in higher education is also governed by Titles VI and IX. Like their employment law counterparts, these laws collectively prohibit discrimination in educational programs or activities based on race, national origin, and sex. These laws are enforced by a division of the Department of Education known as the Office for Civil Rights (OCR).

Students or employees with concerns or complaints about discrimination on the basis of sex in employment or an education program or activity, or any other inquiries related to the University's non-discrimination policy, may contact the following individual:

Cynthia Johnson
Associate Vice President of Human Resources/Title IX Coordinator
5000 Abbey Way SE, Lacey WA 98503
360-491-4700
CJohnson@stmartin.edu

Consistent with the requirements of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and the regulations adopted under that law, the University has designated the above individual as the University's Title IX Officer, responsible for coordinating the University's Title IX compliance. Individuals may also contact the Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education, 915 2nd Avenue, Room 3310 Seattle, WA 98174-1099, Telephone: (206) 220-7900, TDD: (206) 220-7907.