Recruiting and retaining exemplary staff.

From nurses to rectors to administrators, every member of the Division of Student Affairs at the University of Notre Dame works together to create the best experience possible for Notre Dame students.

By combining our training and expertise and communicating openly with one another, we can create programs that enrich the campus culture and provide crucial resources to students. Most importantly, we can do so with compassion, aiding in the formation and development of our students in the Holy Cross tradition.

Prospective staff are encouraged to review our Strategic Plan and watch this video to learn more. 

Open Positions

DIRECTOR OF CAREER DEVELOPMENT
CENTER FOR CAREER DEVELOPMENT
Open through Thursday, February 29, 2024

The Director of Career Development is charged with coordinating student-facing career development services and initiatives on behalf of the Center for Career Development. The Director’s primary responsibility is to lead a team of career advisors, consultants, and industry specialists to ensure every student is connected with the most appropriate, best-in-class career development resources tailored to their needs and interests. Learn more here.
 
DIRECTOR OF EMPLOYER AND REGIONAL ENGAGEMENT
CENTER FOR CAREER DEVELOPMENT
Open through Monday, March 4, 2024

Strategic partnerships with employers are essential to advancing career development. The Director of Employer and Regional Engagement serves as the leader of these efforts within the Center for Career Development, on behalf of the University, to offer undergraduate and graduate students connections into top-tier positions for both internships and full-time roles through a coordinated and comprehensive effort of engagement with employers of all sizes across many industries. The Director is a visionary, collaborative, and results-orientated manager responsible for leading a team of professionals while leveraging Notre Dame relationships and resources in all aspects of employer engagement. Learn more here.

AREA SUMMER COORDINATOR (5 POSITIONS)
RESIDENTIAL LIFE
Open through Tuesday, March 5, 2024

The Area Summer Coordinators work with students, guests, and organizers of Undergraduate and Graduate Student Programs, Sports Camps, Academic and Non-Academic/Mission Related High School Programs, and other conference guests from across the University, United States, and the world. They assist in establishing an environment in the residence halls that is supportive of the educational and professional objectives of the students, conference guests, as well as of the University. Learn more here.
 
RECTOR
RESIDENTIAL LIFE
Open through Thursday, March 7, 2024
The Rector serves as the primary pastoral leader for one of 33 residential communities. The Rector has the unique responsibility to foster Christian community within a residence hall, inspired and informed by Notre Dame’s Catholic, Holy Cross tradition. This position is responsible for the well-being and development of residents, including members of Hall Staff, and assists students in the integration of their intellectual, emotional, social and spiritual formation. Learn more here.

STUDENT AFFAIRS ASSOCIATE (TEMPORARY, ON-CALL)
OFFICE OF STUDENT AFFAIRS
Open through Friday, March 15, 2024

Reporting to the Director of Finance and Operations for Student Affairs, the Student Affairs Associate will work closely with the Director of Finance and Operations and other staff members within the Office of the Vice President to support an array of projects and strategic initiatives. This is a temporary/on-call position position primarily contributing to ongoing projects and initiatives within the Office of Student Affairs. Learn more here.

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF FGLI RESOURCES AND ANALYTICS
OFFICE OF STUDENT ENRICHMENT
Open through Sunday, March 17, 2024

The Assistant Director of FGLI Resources and Analytics (AD) is responsible for the Office of Student Enrichment (OSE) resource application and allotment oversight and will be responsible for budget management, report generation, and forecasting in consultation with the OSE Director. The AD serves as the primary resource, on behalf of OSE, for undergraduate students from LSES, first generation, DACA/Undocumented, and/or non-traditional backgrounds, working with individual students on identifying areas of need in order to connect them with various campus and community resources for comprehensive support. Learn more here.

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS AND EDUCATIONAL INITIATIVES
GENDER RELATIONS CENTER
Open through Sunday, March 17, 2024

The Assistant Director of Healthy Relationships and Educational Initiatives (ADHREI) promotes the mission of the Gender Relations Center (GRC) by spearheading training and educational initiatives across the campus community in the specific areas related to healthy relationships, authenticity, identity formation, and healthy masculinities. The ADHRE provides mentorship to student leaders who help design and implement programs on campus, and is responsible for collaborating with other departments within Student Affairs, academic departments, and other university units to schedule and implement training opportunities. Learn more here.

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY STANDARDS
OFFICE OF COMMUNITY STANDARDS
Open through Sunday, March 17, 2024

The Assistant Director of Community Standards is responsible for implementing an education-based approach to student conduct and community responsibilities, rooted in the Catholic Holy Cross tradition that applies to all students at the University including undergraduate, graduate, and professional students. The position is integrally involved with all aspects of the Office of Community Standards, including the education on the University’s Standards of Conduct, managing the process for those who allegedly violate the standards, and assigning outcomes to students found responsible for violations. Learn more here.

PROGRAM COORDINATOR, STUDENT INVOLVEMENT
STUDENT ACTIVITIES OFFICE
Open through Sunday, March 17, 2024

The Program Coordinator, Student Involvement (PCSI) is a member of a team of professionals within the Student Activities Office (SAO) responsible for the active advising and support of student clubs and organizations, as well as training and leadership development in support of student leaders at Notre Dame. As a member of the Student Involvement Team, the PCSI supports the recognition, registration, event support, and policy compliance of 500+ clubs and organizations. The PCSI provides direction and assistance to major student organizations such as the First Undergraduate Experience in Leadership and a class council, and is a resource for student leaders in planning and executing programs as well as developing leadership skills. Learn more here.

PROGRAM COORDINATOR, STUDENT PROGRAMMING
STUDENT ACTIVITIES OFFICE
Open through Sunday, March 17, 2024

The Program Coordinator, Student Programming (PCSP) is a member of a team of professionals within the Student Activities Office (SAO) responsible for the active advising of student-run, staff supported events, as well as the planning of a substantial, year-round late night and weekend programming series. As a member of the Student Programs Team, the PCSP supports the coordination of 60+ programming events throughout the year, including concerts, comedians, bus trips, game watches, etc., held in various indoor and outdoor venues. Learn more here.

PROGRAM COORDINATOR, LIBRARY LAWN
STUDENT ACTIVITIES OFFICE
Open through Sunday, March 17, 2024

The Program Coordinator, Library Lawn (PCLL) is a member of a team of professionals within the Student Activities Office (SAO) responsible for the active advising of student-run, staff supported events, as well as the planning of a substantial, year-round late night and weekend programming series. As a member of the Student Programming Team, the PCLL supports the coordination of 30+ programming events hosted on Library Lawn each semester, including food truck socials, trivia nights, open mic nights, etc. Learn more here.
 
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR FOR DIVERSITY EDUCATION AND OUTREACH
MULTICULTURAL STUDENT PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
Open through Sunday, March 17, 2024

The Assistant Director for Diversity Education and Outreach (ADDEO) will orchestrate educational initiatives and workshops focusing on diversity and inclusion for Notre Dame students. The ADDEO will also lead all outreach to internal and external campus partners, such as the coordination of all tabling events that request the presence of Multicultural Student Programs and Services (MSPS). To fulfill these two charges, the ADDEO will be responsible for the recruitment, hiring, and management of the MSPS Senior Fellows. The ADDEO will work with the MSPS Senior Fellows to create student programming that welcomes the campus community into the Center for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Learn more here.