Working At Stonehill
Stonehill College seeks to attract individuals who are committed to our mission of providing an education of the highest caliber to our students, so that each graduate thinks, acts, and leads with courage toward creating a more just and compassionate world.
Stonehill is a selective Catholic college located near Boston on a beautiful 384-acre campus in Easton, Massachusetts. With a student to faculty ratio of 13:1, the College engages 2,500 students in 84 rigorous academic programs in the liberal arts, sciences, and pre-professional fields. The Stonehill community helps students to develop the knowledge, skills, and character to meet their professional goals and to live lives of purpose and integrity.
Stonehill College is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity.
How the employment process works at Stonehill:
Positions at Stonehill are listed under three categories. The hiring process for each classification is handled differently and therefore dependent on the office involved. The Human Resources Department may or may not be directly involved in each search.
The three categories are:
- Bargaining Unit: Facilities Management/Campus Police
Full- and part-time administrative positions exist within the various departments of the college. Generally, a bachelor's degree and previous experience are minimum qualifications for these positions. Stonehill strives to offer career development for its employees through an internal hiring process before external applicants are considered.
Bargaining Unit: Facilities Management/Campus Police
Positions in the Facilities Management/Campus Police area include licensed trades, grounds, maintenance, custodial, and campus police. These are union positions, represented by AFL-CIO Local #615 Services Union. As such, seniority and internal hiring processes apply before external candidates are considered.
Facilities Management/Campus Police employment consists of the following:
- Campus Police
Full-time tenure track employment is defined as employment offering tenure track or potential tenure track status, exists at the associate or assistant professor level, and generally requires a Ph.D. in the related discipline involved.