Available Positions at Spring Hill College

As a Jesuit, Catholic, liberal arts institution, the focus and mission of Spring Hill College – and its dedicated faculty and staff – are rich and meaningful. 

We share a common goal: to provide the most appropriate learning environment possible so that our students are prepared to be responsible leaders in service to others.

The Spring Hill College community works together to nurture learning for body, mind, and spirit and are committed to teaching and acting with justice, care and in the service of others.

Are you interested in joining the Spring Hill College community? See below to view all current job openings.

Spring Hill College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.*

Faculty Positions

Spring Hill College, a Jesuit, Catholic liberal arts college, invites applications for a tenure-track position in Psychology with the rank of Assistant Professor or Associate Professor beginning in Fall of 2024. The position requires a terminal degree in Psychology or a closely related field. All specializations are encouraged to apply, as we seek individuals who are trained broadly and will teach across the existing curriculum while developing courses that match the appointees’ strengths and interests. Those who hold a Ph.D. or who are ABD near a defense date will be appointed at the rank of Assistant Professor, while those who are ABD without a defense date will be appointed at the rank of Instructor. An appointment to a more senior rank is possible for those who have achieved tenure at another institution. 

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Spring Hill College, a Jesuit, Catholic, liberal arts college, invites applications for a part-time instructor position in Sport Management to begin in August 2023. An earned Master’s degree with at least 18 hours of graduate classes in sport management required, doctorate degree in sport management or related field is preferred. Additional proficiency in areas outside of sport management, such as general management and marketing, would also strengthen the application.   

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Please send application to jlarriviere@shc.edu.

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The Psychology Department is accepting applications to teach Social Psychology, Biological Psychology, and Forensic Psychology for the Fall 2022 semester. A Master’s degree in Psychology is required and teaching experience is preferred.

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Please send applications to Harold Dorton at hdorton@shc.edu

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The English program at Spring Hill College invites applications from qualified persons interested in adjunct teaching assignments. Applications are accepted continuously for part-time, non-tenure-track positions in fall, spring, and summer terms. Applications will be kept on file and reviewed as vacancies become available. There may not be an actual vacancy at the time you apply.

Our main needs are in freshman composition. From time to time, we may have needs in
introduction to literature, creative writing, and/or professional writing.
Required qualifications:

Master’s degree in English, Creative Writing, or Rhetoric and Composition.
Preferred qualifications:

  • Experience teaching college English classes
  • Graduate coursework in composition pedagogy
  • Ability to teach developmental writing, online classes, creative writing, and/or
    professional writing
  • Please send a current CV to scallan@shc.edu.


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The Mathematics Program at Spring Hill College is accepting applications to teach Contemporary Math and/or Pre-Calculus for the Fall 2023 semester. A Master’s degree in Mathematics is required and teaching experience is preferred. Those who have previous experience teaching with these particular courses will be given greatest preference. To apply for this position (to teach either of these courses) please submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and contact information for 3 professional references to Rebecca Fillmore rfillmore@shc.edu.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is/are filled. Spring Hill College is an equal opportunity employer. All candidates must have legal authorization to work in the United States.


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Staff Positions

The Assistant Director of Donor Stewardship reports to the Executive Director of Advancement and builds strategies to nurture and maintain relationships with donors to encourage their ongoing support for Spring Hill College. Donor stewardship involves consistent communication, gratitude, and engagement to ensure that donors feel valued, informed, and connected to the College’s mission. In order to achieve this objective, the Assistant Director will build stewardship matrix and ensure that all touchpoints including gift receipts, acknowledgements, impact reports, pledge reminders, and stewardship events excite interest and strengthen donor connection and loyalty.


Key Responsibilities:

• Develops and drives the strategic plan for the College’s stewardship program. Director is responsible for ensuring the successful execution of all stewardship tactics designed to enhance the donor’s philanthropic experience and increase the likelihood of initial and sustained support including: gift receipts, acknowledgement letters, impact reports, pledge reminders, financial reports for endowed funds, donor recognition, and other donor-centric products and services 

• Supports Major Gifts team in the development of gift proposals and other tools developed to engage major gift donors and prospects in philanthropic opportunities

• Establishes and maintains strong working relationships with gift officers.  Develop a deep understanding of the pipeline of solicitations and corresponding need for proposals or other content. Partner with gift officers to develop the most compelling case for support

• Partners with Spring Hill faculty and staff to translate their objectives and goals into compelling content for both solicitations and stewardship of our donor community

• Coordinates with Financial Aid to ensure scholarships are awarded and gift information is shared the appropriate parties


THE COLLEGE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CHANGE, ADD, OR REASSIGN JOB DUTIES OR COMBINE POSITIONS, OR PORTIONS THEREOF, AT ANY TIME. THIS JOB DESCRIPTION IS NOT AN EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT OR CONTRACT.  SPRING HILL IS AN EQUAL-OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

The position is open until filled.  To apply, please send your resume, and three professional references to Brittany Ramsey, Executive Director of Advancement, Spring Hill College, 4000 Dauphin Street, Mobile, AL 36608, or send it electronically to bramsey@shc.edu. Off-list references may be checked.

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Summary Description: Under the direction of the Deputy Athletic Director, assists with the daily duties of
the NCAA compliance program.

Description of Duties and Responsibilities:
Compliance Functions

  1. Abides by all NCAA, athletic conference and Spring Hill College rules, policies and procedures with
    an understanding that failure to do so may lead to sanctions up to and including termination.
  2. Promptly reports any suspected violation (including possible violations committed personally or by
    any other member of the athletics department staff, SHC compliance related offices and staff, student
    athletes, or boosters) of NCAA, athletic conference or SHC Athletics rules to the Compliance
    Coordinator, Faculty Athletics Representative (FAR) or Director of Athletics.
  3. Attends all department staff and NCAA compliance education meetings as required or as requested.


Position open until filled. To apply, please electronically send your cover letter, resume, and a list of names
and contacts for three work-references references who can address applicant’s professional and/or athletic
background to: Ms. Kim Heubach at kheubach@shc.edu (only electronic submissions will be accepted.)
Off-list references may be checked.

THE COLLEGE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CHANGE, ADD, OR REASSIGN JOB DUTIES OR COMBINE
POSITIONS, OR PORTIONS THEREOF, AT ANY TIME. THIS JOB DESCRIPTION IS NOT AN
EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT OR CONTRACT. SPRING HILL IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
EMPLOYER.

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The Director of Residence Life provides leadership for the comprehensive residence life
program and also supports the student conduct process. The Director is expected to develop a campus living community that promotes engagement, learning, respect for diversity, safety, accountability and supports the Jesuit mission for higher education.

The Director will provide direct oversight to the residence life professional staff and supervision to the paraprofessional staff. This position is a 12-month position.

Minimum Qualifications Standards:

Education: Master’s Degree in College Student Personnel Administration, Higher Education
Administration, Counseling Psychology, Social Work, or a related field from an accredited higher education institution.

Experience:

Prefer two to four years of residence life experience, student conduct experience, student involvement, or student leadership experience in the college/university setting.
Licenses: A valid motor vehicle license and approval from the College’s automobile insurance carrier is required.

Other Considerations:

Must be willing to submit to background and DMV checks, including a criminal background
history, and any applicable drug testing policies.

Must be able to work a flexible schedule, frequently including evening and weekend obligations.

This person is considered a responsible employee in accordance with College Title IX policies and will serve as part of the on-call crisis response team as well as support the conduct officer.

Remuneration:

– Salary commensurate with skills and experience.
– Excellent college benefits package, including tuition reduction/remission. Please direct questions regarding the benefits packages to the Director of Human Resources.
– Unlimited meal plan when dining operations are open.

THE COLLEGE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CHANGE, ADD, OR REASSIGN JOB DUTIES OR COMBINE POSITIONS, OR PORTIONS THEREOF, AT ANY TIME. THIS JOB DESCRIPTION IS NOT AN EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT OR CONTRACT. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to email reslife@shc.edu.  

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This position reports to the Senior Accountant is directly responsible for performing accounting duties with a minimum of supervision that include the following: participating in the annual audit process done in compliance with AICPA and NACUBO requirements and practices.

Essential Functions

  1. Participates in the annual audit process to ensure the audit is flowing in a timely
    manner. Responsible for helping provide the accumulation of documentation
    requested by the auditors, in compliance with AICPA and NACUBO requirements
    and practices.
  2. Prepares annual personal property returns and annual unclaimed property return.
  3. Responsible for Spring Hill’s rental property, which includes maintaining the
    receivables and processing the annual property tax invoices. Maintains a
    spreadsheet on the rental property, analyzes the financial data, summarizes the
    results of the data, and prepares and enters the corresponding journal entries.
  4. Maintains Chart of Accounts in accordance with generally accepted accounting
    principles (GAAP), and ensures adherence to the guidelines set by the National
    Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO).
  5. Performs monthly analysis of sundry stock accounts and records corresponding
    journal entries, as needed.
  6. Reviews and approves adjustments to various accounts through journal entry
    postings.
  7. Works with the Advancement office to ensure that donations are posted on a
    timely basis and reconciled monthly.
  8. Interacts with employees across campus to collect information needed.
  9. Reviews invoices to mark fixed assets and issue fixed asset tags across campus.
  10. Work with golf course to maintain records in the accounting system.
  11. Monthly, Quarterly, and annual reconciliation of various general ledger accounts.
  12. Assists with the year-end closing.
  13. Other accounting duties as assigned.

To apply for this position, submit a resume to dmarlow@shc.edu

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Summary Description: Reporting to the Executive Director of CASA, the Title III Coordinator is a grant-funded position responsible for coordinating non-advising programming for Title III through the Career & Academic Success & Advising (CASA) office, including transfer student mentoring, first-year experience Pathways assignments, and at-risk/target population programming. This position will also work across SHC departments to coordinate efforts for student programming to increase collaboration and cohesion of events. 

Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Contact stopped-out students with new messaging about the Cura Personalis approach, individualized counseling and advising, and major/career pathway choice that aligns with student skills/interests. 
  2. Engage students by assigning a general advisor (if undecided) or a faculty advisor (if a major is selected).
  3. Assist in the implementation of Cura Personalis and centralized first-year advising, target population advising, and Experiential Learning/Career Development Programming.
  4. Work with the Office of Institutional Research to implement guidelines and procedures for data collection and analysis consistent with SHC practice.
  5. Advise students on all facets of their experience with the College, including but not limited to career exploration and selection, orientation, academic planning, co-curricular engagement opportunities, academic advising, and other student resources.
  6. Help the institution create a positive learning environment for all students.
  7. Responds and outreaches to students through a variety of communication methods, including in-person appointments, telephone, email/chat contacts, and other virtual communication modalities.
  8. Participates in key personnel meetings; Meets with Title III Director/Provost and External Evaluator.
  9. Covers front desk responsibilities.
    1. Any other duties as assigned by the Project Director.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Individuals must possess these knowledge, skills, and abilities or be able to explain and demonstrate that the individual can perform the job’s essential functions.

  1. Willingness and ability to work within a Catholic Jesuit college’s mission and educational principles. 
  2. Knowledge of academic environments and principles of student development theory.
  3. Ability and desire for continuous improvement and learning academic and student support best practices.
  4. Ability to use judgment regarding the confidentiality of student records.
  5. Ability to communicate orally and in written forms.
  6. Ability to work some weekends and evenings.
  7. Knowledge of computer systems and software of the level to access and compile data necessary for assessment, reporting, and decision-making.

Qualification Standards: Minimum bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution; minimum three years of experience in higher education academic advising and support, preferably in a liberal arts college. Substantial experience with registration, advising, new students, and onboarding support.

THE COLLEGE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CHANGE, ADD, OR REASSIGN JOB DUTIES OR COMBINE POSITIONS, OR PORTIONS THEREOF, AT ANY TIME.  THIS JOB DESCRIPTION IS NOT AN EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT OR CONTRACT.

To apply, please email résumé to Jordan Cockrell, Executive Director of CASA, at jcockrell@shc.edu.

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Reporting to the Executive Director of Advancement, the Major Gift Officer is responsible for the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of major donor prospects with the capacity of making gifts of $25,000 or more.

The Major Gift Officer will secure funds for Spring Hill College by managing a portfolio of 75-100 assigned donors, achieving annual fundraising goals, and establishing connections between donors’ philanthropic interests and the priorities of the College.

Key Responsibilities:

• Secures philanthropic gifts for the College by identifying, cultivating, and soliciting major gift prospects

• Prepares proposals, advises donors on the benefits of various gift arrangements,and asks and closes major gifts for the College

• Manages a portfolio of 75-100 donors and prospects; participates in prospect identification work through qualification and disqualification efforts

• Works to meet or exceed assigned fundraising goal and performance metrics

• Collaborates with Director of Stewardship to ensure gifts are acknowledged in a timely manner and donors are stewarded appropriately

THE COLLEGE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CHANGE, ADD, OR REASSIGN JOB DUTIES OR COMBINE POSITIONS, OR PORTIONS THEREOF, AT ANY TIME. THIS JOB DESCRIPTION IS NOT AN EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT OR CONTRACT. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to email bramsey@shc.edu.  

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Spring Hill College Police report to the Spring Hill College Chief of Police. Officers provide quality police service that will include maintaining a safe environment conducive to learning and contributing to the education process for students. Police Officers provide for the safety of students, faculty, staff, and the security of all College property. These Police Officers provide a safe environment for all persons, assist in loss prevention, monitor parking and traffic control, conduct regular vehicular and foot patrols, and respond to emergency situations as appropriate. Officers will strive for the highest levels of integrity and professionalism for her/ his chosen profession of law enforcement, promoting a positive image of the College by providing directions and information, and rendering assistance to students, faculty, staff, and visitors to campus. Police officers work a rotating schedule consisting of 12-hour shifts and/or additional special assignments, as needed.

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Summary Description: The Public Safety Officer provides a safe environment for all persons, assists in loss prevention, monitors parking and traffic control, conducts regular vehicular and foot patrols, and responds to emergency situations as appropriate. This position promotes a positive image of the College by providing directions and information, and rendering assistance to students, faculty, staff, and visitors to campus. Public Safety officers work a rotating schedule consisting of 12-hour shifts and/or additional special assignments, as needed.

This Public Safety Officer position REQUIRES POST-OFFER/PRE-EMPLOYMENT DRUG TESTING. Ongoing review of responses; position available __. To apply, mail a cover letter and resume to: Personnel Office, Spring Hill College, 4000 Dauphin Street, Mobile, AL 36608. E-mail accepted at: lrobinson@shc.edu.

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Review of responses begins immediately; open until filled. POST-OFFER/PRE-EMPLOYMENT DRUG TESTING IS APPLICABLE. To apply, mail a cover letter and resume to: Personnel Office, Spring Hill College, 4000 Dauphin Street, Mobile, AL 36608. Send electronic submissions to: pdavis@shc.edu Spring Hill College Human Resources, 251-380-3063.

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*Equal Opportunity Employer

Spring Hill College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, veteran’s status, genetic information, age, or any other groups protected by controlling federal, state, or local civil rights statutes in its programs and activities (including employment) as per the appropriate legal statutes and regulations, including but not limited to Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972.

The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:

Lisa Robinson
HR Specialist
Finance and Accounting Office
Fine Arts Center/Eichold Gallery Building
4000 Dauphin Street
Mobile, AL 36608-1791
251-380-3063

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