Vieda Baker, M.Div. student, was recognized for 100 hours of volunteer service to the Portland Veterans Administration Health Care System in June 2015.
A career at Marylhurst University could be your gateway to professional growth and success. Marylhurst has job opportunities in a variety of fields and offers a comprehensive benefits package.
Marylhurst University is an equal opportunity employer. Employment is contingent upon clear results of a thorough background check.
Listings on this page reflect the current faculty, administrative and support staff job openings.
Email to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to Human Resources, Marylhurst University, PO Box 261, Marylhurst OR 97036. Marylhurst University only accepts resumes for current openings.
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Director of Human Resources
Responsible for the overall administration and leadership of Marylhurst University's human resources; including planning, implementing, coordinating and evaluating services, functions, and programs consistent with the university's mission and overall vision. Responsible for partnering with managers to provide support, education and advice on appropriate application of human resources, best practice policies, and procedures.
Executive Assistant to the Provost
Provide advanced administrative support to the Provost.
Marketing Project Manager (CLOSED)
Application deadline: July 24, 2015
This position's primary role is developing, implementing and tracking targeted marketing plans and projects for Marylhurst's 25+ degree programs as well as for special, identified audiences – such as the military, community colleges and stop-outs. Got SEM skills? Are you savvy with marketing metrics? We'd love for you to apply.
Admissions Counselor - International Specialist (CLOSED)
The admissions counselor position is responsible for recruiting and advising prospective undergraduate students on academic program options and admissions procedures; and serve as the principal designated school official (PDSO) for international students and support the recruitment and retention of international students.
Director of Student Services (Revised 7-8-15)
The Director of Student Services will serve as the student affairs officer for the university, and is responsible for the following areas to aid in student success and the learning experience: disability services, veteran affairs, personal student counseling, and the student advising center.