Employment

Thank you for your interest in working for The University of Saint Mary of the Lake/Mundelein Seminary.

 

We are currently hiring for the following positions:

We are accepting applications for the following position, Associate Director for the Institute of Lay Formation, at the University of St. Mary of the Lake.  Please send completed cover letter and resume to the attention of Sandy Hessler in the Business office for via e-mail shessler@usml.edu.  Any person applying must be available to interview on May 24, 25 or 26 between 10:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.

 

Hours                              Full Time

Employment Class       Exempt, Benefits Eligible

Summary:

The Associate Director works with the Director and other Institute staff in administering all the basic functions of the Institute for Lay Formation. Specifically, the Associate Director will assist the Director with the academic, formation and ministerial components of the Catechetical Coordinator Program, which is a three-year certification program of the Archdiocese of Chicago. He or she will monitor all formation and academic activities of Catechetical Coordinator Program students. The Associate Director will also oversee the Lay Ministry Alumni Program. In addition, he or she will develop marketing and promotional strategies for the Institute’s programs. The Associate Director is a member of the professional staff of the University of Saint Mary of the Lake.

Requirements:

·    M.A. in Theology, Pastoral Studies or a Master’s Degree with sufficient graduate credits to teach at the undergraduate level

·    Experience in adult education and formation; understanding of adult development processes

·    A vision of and love for the Church that is committed to lay ministry

·    Experience in administration, concern for detail and the ability to bring projects to completion

·    Demonstrated excellent interpersonal, collaborative and pastoral skills

·    Pronounced ability to work independently and run complex programs

·    Direct and clear communication skills

·    Varied experiences in working with volunteers

·    Sensitivity to cultural/racial differences and demonstrated ability to work well with others

·    A commitment to quality formation for lay ministers

·    Demonstrated ability to give input and facilitate group process

·    Demonstrated ability to plan and lead prayer

·    Proven flexibility and adaptability

·    Evidenced maturity in human formation; ability to be self-reflective

·    A strong prayer and spiritual life

We are accepting applications for the following position, Public Safety Officer, at the University of St. Mary of the Lake.  Please send completed cover letter and resume to the attention of Sandy Hessler in the Business office via e-mail shessler@usml.edu

 

Security and Safety

 

Hours:   M – F 8:00 am – 4:30 pm, 8 hours per day

             And various shifts, including holidays, weekdays, and emergency call-outs 24/7 as required   

              

Position Type: Full Time

FLSA Status: Non-Exempt, Benefits Eligible

 

 

Job Summary:

 

To maintain a safe and secure environment for all faculty, students, staff, visitors and guests of the University of St. Mary of the Lake/Mundelein Seminary in a friendly and welcoming manner.

 

Essential Job Functions:

 

Minimum Daily Monitoring

 

        Provide safety and security surveillance of all campus buildings and grounds.

        Check interiors of all buildings.

        Verify normal boiler/HVAC operation.

        Complete shift and incident reports as required

 

Standard Procedures

 

        Follow, enforce and report University rules, policies and codes of conduct.

        Follow and report violations of federal, state, county, and local regulations and ordinances.

        Conduct follow-up investigations of traffic accidents and criminal offences; prepare case documentation and participate in court cases as required.

        Report safety hazards.

        Accept, assess and complete work orders as assigned and required.

        Report required maintenance through work order system and/or to Superintendent of Maintenance.

        Assess and initiate snow removal/ice control procedures.

        Maintain contact with county and local law enforcement agencies to assist in maintaining a safe and secure campus.

        Generate, review and assess incident reports and documentation of physical security checks; verify accuracy and thoroughness in reporting processes.

        Monitor student volunteers.

        Administer campus parking rules and regulations.

        Perform crowd and traffic control.

        Monitor the evening custodial staff as required.

        Respond to off-hours maintenance needs. Initiate emergency maintenance procedures as required.

        Remain vigilant at all times. Report suspicious persons, activities or events to local authorities’ and supervision.

        Respond to burglar and fire alarms.

 

 

 

Qualifications:

 

        High School Graduate

        CPR, AED and First Aid Training

        Ability to analyze situations quickly and objectively to determine the proper course of action.

        Valid state of Illinois Driver’s License.

        Ability to communicate effectively to staff, residents, fellow employees, visitors and supervisors, verbally and written in English.

        Ability to read and comprehend warning labels on materials, supplies and equipment.

        Knowledge and awareness of workplace safety, including proper usage and maintenance of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).

        Must have the ability to control emotions and maintain composer under stress, using tact, good judgment and the ability to work with others as a team.

        Ability to work in all interior and exterior conditions including rain, snow, cold and hot weather.

        Must maintain excellent physical condition to perform the duties as assigned, including the ability to safely lift up to one hundred (100)  pounds.

        Capable of long periods of standing, walking, sitting and/or repetitive motions with extremities.

We are accepting applications for the following position, Lead Custodian-University Services, at the University of St. Mary of the Lake.  Please send completed cover letter and resume to the attention of Sandy Hessler in the Business office via e-mail shessler@usml.edu.  A complete job description is attached for your reference.

 

 

Job Title                       Lead Custodian

Department                   Facilities

Reports To                      Supervisor-Custodial Services, Vice President of Facilities

Employment Class        Hourly Non-Exempt, Benefits Eligible

EEO Class                       8 Laborers and Helpers

Hours:                            F – TU; 8 hours per day 9:00am – 5:30pm and variable shifts as required

 

Full rate after 12 month probationary period: $18.30

 

Probationary Rates:

95% rate (6 months – 12 months): $17.39

90% rate (Hire – 6 months): $16.47

 

Summary:

 

To perform all duties required to clean and sanitize the areas assigned. To set-up rooms for classes, meetings and receptions. The areas assigned are: Main Chapel (600P), Auditorium (901P), Aula (800P), Library Buildings (700P & 702P), Administration Building (500P), Gymnasium (301P) and the Refectory (601U), Warehouse (500U), Powerhouse (300U) and Greenhouse (701U), Laundry (600U) including all basements, where applicable.

 

Essential Job Functions:

        Clean and sanitize main kitchen, bakery and associated coolers and storage rooms, all restrooms, locker rooms, showers and dressing stalls

        Dust and vacuum all offices

        Sweep/shovel snow from porches, stairs and sidewalks, apply ice control as required

        Vacuum auxiliary kitchens, classrooms and dining areas. Remove spots and stains.

        Close windows

        Mop entry vestibules and high traffic areas

        Clean holy water fonts

        Clean and organize pews and kneelers

        Wash blackboards and dry erase boards

        Pick up and dispose of paper cups, plates, scrap paper, etc.

        Secure building

        Adjust temperature setting for energy conservation, if applicable

        Verify HVAC operation and report any concerns

        Accept, assess and complete work orders as assigned and required.

        Report required maintenance through work order system and/or to Supervisor – Custodial Services

        Respond to emergencies

        Remain vigilant at all times. Report suspicious person’s activities or events to supervision and/or security.

        Other duties as assigned

        Be available for temporary assignments in other buildings to cover absences, vacations and work load fluctuations

        Ability to work with others as a team and multi-task.

 

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

        Ability to communicate effectively to staff, residents, fellow employees, visitors and supervisors verbally and in writing.

        Ability to read and comprehend warning labels on cleaning supplies and equipment.

        Strong people and leadership skills; friendly and personable.

        Self-starter, punctual and reliable.

        Physically able to perform the duties as assigned, must be able to lift fifty (50) pounds and safely climb a step ladder up to (4) feet.

        Capable of long periods of standing, walking, sitting and/or repetitive motions with extremities.

        Ability to work in all interior and exterior conditions including rain, snow, cold and hot weather.

        Neat in appearance.

        Valid Driver’s License.