Work for Stonehill College and make a difference. There are a number of advantages to being part of our community: We believe in the inherent dignity of each person. We are committed to nurturing and valuing a culture where differences are openly shared and celebrated. Stonehill is large enough to provide a comprehensive, competitive benefits package, yet small enough that each individual’s skills and talent contribute to the College’s overall success.
As one of the largest employers south of Boston, we strive to provide a positive environment for students, faculty, and staff to learn and grow. A career at Stonehill is more than a job, it is a passion.
Highlights of working at Stonehill:
- 35-hour work-week
- Quality of life; work-life balance
- Beautiful campus
- Free parking
- Great benefits
- Use of all college facilities; sports complex, library, cafeterias & cafes
Positions at Stonehill are listed under three categories: staff, bargaining unit and faculty. The hiring process for each classification is handled differently, and the Human Resources Department may or may not be directly involved depending upon the nature of the position.
Stonehill has partnered with PeopleAdmin to provide a customized on-line employment application. Whether you're seeking a staff, bargaining unit or faculty position, please visit our employment site to see positions for which we are currently hiring.
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 offers career development for its employees through an internal hiring process before external applicants are considered.
Positions in the Bargaining Unit are union positions, represented by AFL-CIO Local #615 Services Union. As such, seniority and internal hiring processes apply before external candidates are considered.
Bargaining Unit positions include:
- Campus Police
Full-time faculty tenure track employment is defined as employment that offers tenure track or potential tenure track status, exists at the associate or assistant professor level, and generally requires a Ph.D. in the discipline.