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

CARE AND WELLNESS CONSULTANT (TEMPORARY)
CENTER FOR STUDENT SUPPORT AND CARE
Open through Tuesday, June 18, 2024

The Care and Wellness Consultant (CWC) is a temporary administrative position reporting to the Associate Director of the Center for Student Support and Care and serves as a key member of the Center’s team. In this role, this CWC will focus on offering student support, non-clinical case management for students with mental health concerns, professional staff training, and consultation on student care and crises to students and staff. Similar to other CWCs, this role will work to manage a variety of complex situations that may impact a student’s ability to function successfully in the University. Learn more here.

ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY COORDINATOR (TEMPORARY)
CENTER FOR STUDENT SUPPORT AND CARE
Open through Tuesday, June 18, 2024

The Assistive Technology Coordinator will be a key member of the Accommodations team in the Center for Student Support and Care. This role will be responsible for assessing the individual needs of students with disabilities and making the appropriate recommendation of assistive technology devices, hardware, and software to best assist the students in meeting their academic goals. All training for staff and students on these technologies will also be managed by this role. Learn more here.

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR/CAREER ADVISOR
CENTER FOR CAREER DEVELOPMENT
Open through Sunday, June 23, 2024

The Assistant Director plays a mission-critical role in the Center for Career Development (CCD), and is accountable for ensuring every undergraduate student enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters is actively engaged in career development activities.The Assistant Director serves as a member of the CCD team through teamwork and collaboration across all department functional areas. Learn more here.

GUEST SERVICES COORDINATOR (FULL-TIME, 10-MONTH POSITION)
CENTER FOR CAREER DEVELOPMENT
Open through Monday, June 24, 2024

The Guest Services Coordinator in the Center for Career Development is one of two staff members responsible for providing exceptional frontline reception and assistance to students, employers, and other guests of our world-class facility on the 5th floor of Duncan Student Center. In this role, the Guest Services Coordinator will be based at one of two reception desks in a heavily-trafficked lobby, actively facilitating the efficient and professional operation of a 40+ room interview center. This staff member will also provide administrative support for a multi-disciplinary team of career services professionals and supervise a team of student employees. Learn more here.

ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUG SPECIALIST; PSYCHOLOGIST, SOCIAL WORKER, OR COUNSELOR
UNIVERSITY COUNSELING CENTER
Open through Tuesday, June 25, 2024

The University Counseling Center (UCC) is recruiting a Licensed Psychologist, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, or Licensed Mental Health Counselor with a specialty in the prevention, assessment, and treatment of substance misuse. The UCC and the University are committed to serving the increasing mental health issues of students as we strive to fulfill the University’s mission of educating the whole person, mind, body, and spirit. Learn more here.

OFFICE SERVICES COORDINATOR
UNIVERSITY BANDS
Open through Tuesday, June 25, 2024

The Office Services Coordinator for University Bands provides a welcoming, efficient, and helpful environment for students, staff, faculty, and University constituents who visit, call, or email the Ricci Band Rehearsal Hall. This includes answering and/or triaging questions that come in via office visits, phone calls, and emails. Primary responsibilities for the Office Services Coordinator include coordinating the employment processes for hourly student and temporary on-call employees, administrative oversight of departmental payroll, and facilitating purchasing processes. Additionally, the Office Services Coordinator directly supports the Director of Bands, Associate Directors, and Assistant Directors by managing calendars, scheduling meetings, processing expense reports, and assisting with the planning of staff gatherings. Learn more here.

ACCESS CONSULTANT
CENTER FOR STUDENT SUPPORT AND CARE
Open through Wednesday, June 26, 2024

The Access Consultant with Sara Bea Accessibility Services in the Center for Student Support and Care will work individually with students with a wide variety of disabilities to determine if they are eligible for accommodations and coordinating those accommodations with University partners. As a key member of the Sara Bea team, this person will manage a case load of students and provide individual support navigating their accommodations on campus. In the process, they will review medical documentation, collaborate with University partners, and determine what a reasonable accommodation is within the context of University policies. Learn more here.

EMPLOYER ENGAGEMENT SPECIALIST
CENTER FOR CAREER DEVELOPMENT
Open through Wednesday, June 26, 2024

Each Employer Engagement Specialist in the Center for Career Development has a designated portfolio of industry-specific employers (e.g. financial services, technology, engineering, data analytics, government, non-profits, media, and much more). The position involves more than just working in a relationship-driven, fast-paced, results-driven environment. Each of the Specialists participates in the leadership development framework where we will not only challenge you professionally with metrics-based performance, we also invest in your professional growth by helping you take the next step in your career after serving two to three years as an Employer Engagement Specialist. Learn more here.