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Jobs at Saint Mary's College

We of Saint Mary’s College of California are dedicated to treating all people with dignity and respect in ways that acknowledge and engage diverse backgrounds and ideas. Our policies, practices and behaviors foster a safe and inclusive community and promote an environment that is equitable, collaborative and transformational.

This site includes current employment opportunities for facultystaff and students; new positions are posted regularly. Our Human Resources site can provide information about employee servicespolicies and benefits. Saint Mary’s College of California is an equal opportunity employer.

For more information, please go to http://jobs.stmarys-ca.edu  

IMPORTANT NEW HIRE AND ONBOARDING INFORMATION Click Here

Before an applicant can officially become an employee of the College, we are required by law to verify that the person is a U.S. citizen or alien authorized to work in the United States. The prospective employee must complete the I-9 Form and provide the appropriate documentation in person to Human Resources prior to starting work.

Only at that point can we consider the person an employee of the College, enter them into the computer system, and begin the process of payment and benefit enrollment. Any person performing work prior to such confirmation will not be paid for the work performed.

 

 

Benefits of Working at Saint Mary's College of California

Current Job Openings

We offer medical, dental, vision, life, AD & D, long-term disability, paid time off, retirement benefits, and an EAP program to staff who work a minimum of 1,560 hours per year and faculty teaching 6 or more courses per academic year.

Staff employees who work 1,040 to 1,559 hours per year and faculty teaching 5 courses per academic year are eligible for health, dental, and vision coverages as well as paid time off. These benefits are limited to a pro rata amount based on the percentage of full-time employment.

We also offer discounts on auto and home insurance, sporting events, and other College events. For more information, contact us at hr@stmarys-ca.edu

To see current openings, please go to http://jobs.stmarys-ca.edu

 

 

Working at SMC

This is a great place to work, and if you're considering applying for a position here, you've come to the right place.

GaeLink Jobs & Internships

To View Job and Internship Postings:

  1. Go to GaeLink

  2. Log into your account using your My SMC username and password

  3. Click the [Jobs & Internships/GaeLink Jobs] tab

  4. Search for jobs or internships by choosing specific criteria (i.e. Full-Time, Part-Time, Internships etc.)

  5. Click on the job you are interested in and view the posting

  6. You can also search jobs by selecting the [Employers] tab

  7. Once the desired employer is selected, click on the [Available Positions] tab to view the jobs for that employer

Student FAQ's

Use LinkedIn to Search for Entry Level Jobs:  www.linkedIn.com/studentjobs


Job/Internship Posting Disclaimer:

Saint Mary's College of California ("Saint Mary's") makes no representation, warranty or guarantee about the positions listed in the Career Development Center or on GaeLink. Saint Mary's staff does not prescreen employment or internship opportunities that are submitted to the Career Development Center. By using the resources available at the Saint Mary's Career Development Center, you are agreeing that you will not hold Saint Mary's responsible for your safety, security, wages, working conditions, fraudulent, or other aspects of any off-campus employment/internship opportunities that you discover while using Saint Mary's resources or to which you might be directed by Saint Mary's Career Development Center staff.

Job Search Safety Tips: Be successful, savvy, and safe!

When making contact with employers, especially residential or "in-home" businesses, please take into consideration our safety tips:

  1. When going on that initial interview, bring a friend or tell a friend where you are going and when you will return if you have any qualms.

  2. Be aware of your surroundings ALWAYS.

  3. Trust your instincts: If a potential employer sounds odd or off-beat, check out his/her references!  If something doesn't seem right during the initial phone contact, find another job listing and tell the Career Center if you believe the job is sketchy.

  4. When calling about a job, never give out your personal information, like home address or home phone. Just stick to cell phone numbers.

Here are some good tips that a posting might be a SCAM:

  1. If the company asks you for your credit card or bank account numbers, payment in any form, or copies of personal documents – but you get nothing in writing.

  2. If the company asks you to provide your social security number by email.

  3. If you are offered money or funding prior to the start of the job.

  4. If you receive an unexpectedly large check or payment.

  5. If the posting appears to be from a reputable, familiar company yet, the domain in the contact's email address does not match the domain of the company For example, a posting from Google would only have an email adress @google.com. Another way to validate is to check the open positions on the company's website.

  6. If you look at the company's website, does it have an index that tells you what the site is about; or does it contain information only about the job you are interested in? Scammers often create quick, basic web pages that seem legitimate at first glance.

What if you are already involved in a SCAM?

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has given the following instructions to students or individuals who have responded to fraudulent postings:

  1. The student should immediately contact the local police. The police are responsible for conducting an investigation (regardless of whether the scam artist is local or in another state).

  2. If it is a situation where the student has sent money to a fraudulent employer:
    the student should contact their bank or credit card company immediately to close the account and dispute the charges.

  3. If the transaction occurred completely over the Internet, the student should file an incident report with the: http://www.cybercrime.gov/, or by calling the FTC at: 1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-4357).

If you suspect a job might be a scam, please alert the Career Center at (925) 631-4600.

Other Resources:

Careers at Saint Mary's College of California

Welcome to the career site for Saint Mary’s College of California. A listing of current employment opportunities for faculty, staff, and students can be found by clicking the link http://jobs.stmarys-ca.edu. Available position openings are posted as they occur. Saint Mary’s College of California is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Careers

Looking for meaningful work?? Find what you are looking for at Saint Mary's College. We are a Mission driven environment that seeks to:

To probe deeply the mystery of existence by cultivating the ways of knowing and the arts of thinking:

To affirm and foster the Christian understanding of the human person which animates the educational mission of the Catholic Church:

To create a student-centered educational community whose members support one another with mutual understanding and respect.

What is Saint Mary’s College?

Founded in 1863, Saint Mary's is a residential campus nestled 20 miles east of San Francisco in the picturesque Moraga Valley. Based in the Catholic, Lasallian and Liberal Arts traditions, Saint Mary's currently enrolls more than 4,500 students from diverse backgrounds in undergraduate and graduate programs. The De La Salle Christian Brothers, the largest teaching order of the Roman Catholic Church, guide the spiritual and academic character of the College.

Why Saint Mary’s College of California?

As a comprehensive and independent institution, Saint Mary’s offers undergraduate and graduate programs integrating liberal and professional education. Saint Mary’s reputation for excellence, innovation and responsiveness in education stems from its vibrant heritage as a Catholic, Lasallian and Liberal Arts institution.

Working at Saint Mary's means joining a diverse community of scholars and skilled professionals that value shared inquiry, integrative learning, and student interaction in order to bring a transformative education to life in the 21st century.

We of Saint Mary’s College of California are dedicated to treating all people with dignity and respect in ways that acknowledge and engage diverse backgrounds and ideas. Our policies, practices and behaviors foster a safe and inclusive community and promote an environment that is equitable, collaborative, and inspired by the presence of God in among us.

Our Lasallian tradition is to broaden the reach of education, promote social justice, and pursue scholarship in a community of equals. At Saint Mary's you have an opportunity participate in a transformation of self, society, mind and spirit.

Our Mission and Traditions

The College’s articulation of the Catholic Culture and Lasallian Mission in the context of a liberal arts education are expressed in the five Lasallian Core Principles: Faith in the Presence of God, Concern for the Poor and Social Justice, Quality Education, Inclusive Community, and Respect for All Persons.

We're a Catholic, Lasallian, liberal arts college, and we're rooted in the life and work of Saint John Baptist de la Salle, founder of the Christian Brothers and the patron saint of teachers. Our traditions and heritage inform everything we do. At Saint Mary's you'll discover your capacity for transformative action as well as profound reflection.

The Mission of Saint Mary's College is:

To probe deeply the mystery of existence by cultivating the ways of knowing and the arts of thinking:

Recognizing that the paths to knowledge are many, Saint Mary's College offers a diverse curriculum which includes the humanities, arts, sciences, social sciences, education and business administration, serving traditional students and adult learners in both undergraduate and graduate programs. As an institution where the liberal arts inform and enrich all areas of learning, it places special importance on fostering the intellectual skills and habits of mind which liberate persons to probe deeply the mystery of existence and live authentically in response to the truths they discover. This liberation is achieved as faculty and students, led by wonder about the nature of reality, look twice, ask why, seek not merely facts but fundamental principles, strive for an integration of all knowledge, and express themselves precisely and eloquently.

To affirm and foster the Christian understanding of the human person which animates the educational mission of the Catholic Church:

Saint Mary's College holds that the mystery which inspires wonder about the nature of existence is revealed in the person of Jesus Christ giving a transcendent meaning to creation and human existence. Nourished by its Christian faith, the College understands the intellectual and spiritual journeys of the human person to be inextricably connected. It promotes the dialogue of faith and reason: it builds community among its members through the celebration of the church's sacramental life; it defends the goodness, dignity and freedom of each person, and fosters sensitivity to social and ethical concerns. Recognizing that all those who sincerely quest for truth contribute to and enhance its stature as a Catholic institution of higher learning, Saint Mary's welcomes members from its own and other traditions, inviting them to collaborate in fulfilling the spiritual mission of the College.

To create a student-centered educational community whose members support one another with mutual understanding and respect:

As a Lasallian college, Saint Mary's holds that students are given to its care by God and that teachers grow spiritually and personally when their work is motivated by faith and zeal. The College seeks students, faculty, administrators and staff from different social, economic, and cultural backgrounds who come together to grow in knowledge, wisdom and love. A distinctive mark of a Lasallian school is its awareness of the consequences of economic and social injustice and its commitment to the poor. Its members learn to live "their responsibility to share their goods and their service with those who are in need, a responsibility based on the union of all men and women in the world today and on a clear understanding of the meaning of Christianity." (From: The Brothers of the Christian Schools in the World Today: A Declaration).

Employment at Saint Mary’s College of California (EOE Statement)

Saint Mary's College of California is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. In compliance with applicable law and its own policy, Saint Mary’s College of California is committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse faculty, staff and student population and does not discriminate in its admission of students, hiring of faculty and staff, or in the provision of its employment benefits to its faculty and staff and its educational programs, activities, benefits and services to its students, including but not limited to scholarship and loan programs, on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex/gender, marital status, ancestry, sexual orientation, medical condition or physical or mental disability. 

 

For more information and to apply directly to one of our positions, please go to jobs.stmarys-ca.edu

 

 

 

 

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1928 Saint Mary's Road
Moraga, CA 94575
(925) 631-4000
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