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Below are current openings for Executive positions at Mercy Colleges and Universities.


Vice President for Advancement & External Relations
The Vice President for Advancement and External Relations at Mercyhurst University serves as the Chief Advancement Officer and is responsible for designing and implementing comprehensive institutional advancement programs and recruiting and developing talented team members with the goal of significantly increasing constituent involvement and fund-raising outcomes. [posted 5-31-24] Description here.


Executive Vice President
The executive vice president will work closely with the college president to pursue and address key strategic efforts to ensure long term sustainability of the college. The new EVP will carry responsibility for a defined portfolio of administrative functions such as: Workforce Development, Grants, Business Development for credit and non-credit offerings in collaboration with academic leadership and the enrollment service’s division and engage in external community partnerships to develop and refine the College’s value proposition to the greater Western New York region and beyond. [posted 5-13-24] Description here.



Below are current openings for administrative and professional positions at Mercy Colleges and Universities.


Various administrative postings. Description here. [posted 2-14-24]


Director of Human Resources
This full-time position plans, directs, and coordinates human resource management activities of Mercyhurst University to maximize the strategic use of human resources and maintain critical human resources functions. This position reports to the Senior Vice President for Administration and COO. Open until filled. [posted 6-14-24] Description here.

Assistant Vice President and Director of Philanthropy
The Assistant Vice President/Director of Philanthropy manages and mentors the team of advancement staff in their fundraising work. The Director of Philanthropy carries their own portfolio of current prospective donors, and oversees the team of frontline fundraisers, helping them create and manage their donor development strategies. Open until filled. [posted 6-14-24] Description here.



Public Safety Officer
The full-time public safety officer will: Enforce city, state and federal laws, roadway violations and University rules and regulations; Patrol assigned areas by foot, bike or motor vehicle and maintain an individual activity log; Ensure that buildings and gates are locked and unlocked at appropriate times and other duties. For full posting check out the job description. [posted 6-20-24] Description here.

Electrician II
Under general supervision for routine, scheduled tasks and direct supervision for more complex tasks, inspects, maintains, tests, repairs, installs, and modifies electrical systems and all related equipment, fixtures, wiring, and appliances at the University. [posted 6-20-24] Description here.

Program Coordinator
Serves as the Coordinator for Remission Programs (tuition remission), Study Abroad Awards, and Graduate Financial Aid on the McNichols Campus. In addition, will be responsible for counseling, awarding, and managing an undergraduate student population. [posted 6-20-24] Description here.

Assistant, Patient Services
Assist Patient Services Manager with patient and financial service tasks. Assist in all areas of Patient Services as necessary including reception, call center, and financial services. Assist with cashiering responsibilities including accepting and posting patient payments and preparing daily bank deposits.  Assist with patient registration. Assure proper registration including verification and recording of all insurance information. [posted 6-20-24] Description here.

Dispensary/Sterilization Assistant
The overall objective of this position is to provide service to students, faculty and staff members in all matters relative to instruments, equipment and materials used to provide patient care. This is a full-time, non-union position. [posted 6-20-24] Description here.

Patient Services Assistant
Facilitate, coordinate, and maximize equitable dental experiences for a group of dental and dental hygiene students and their patient families. Monitor clinical activities and progress of assigned students. Work with the Clinic Lead to assure patients receive timely and excellent patient care. [posted 6-20-24] Description here.

Office of Undergraduate Research and Graduate Opportunities Coordinator
The Office of Undergraduate Research and Graduate Opportunities (OURS+GO) Coordinator serves a pivotal role in enhancing undergraduate students opportunities for undergraduate research and promoting the professional growth of students pursuing research or pre-health careers. This position will work in collaboration with the Pre-Health Program Team and the Director(s) of Undergraduate Research and Graduate Opportunities, ensuring effective communication with students, faculty, and stakeholders. [posted 6-20-24] Description here.

Assessment and Accreditation Coordinator
The Assessment and Accreditation Coordinator is responsible for the development and management of systematic assessment and accreditation processes for planning and improving the college’s operations, programs, and services across all programs. The coordinator reports to the dean and supports the dean and program chairs in Strategic planning, assessment, and accreditation efforts within the college. [posted 6-20-24] Description here.

Grant Officer
Under the direction of the Dean of the College of Health Professions, the Grant Officer serves in developing and writing grant proposals to foundations and government agencies to obtain funding to support college opportunities. This officer will collaborate with the Office of Sponsored Programs and Research Activities (OSPRA), and/or be responsible for producing materials related to the grant application process from identifying prospects, to writing proposals and reports, to collecting data, budgets, and all relevant documents from a variety of departments for submission. [posted 6-20-24] Description here.

Intern – Sports Information
This intern will assist in the publicity of the University’s intercollegiate sports for men and women, serving as specific media contact for select teams. Travel with select teams, or serve as press box host at home events as assigned and keep statistics and scorebooks.  Edit media guides and write game notes for specific team sports, among other things. [posted 6-20-24] Description here.

Athletic Administration Intern
This is a 10-month internship in athletic administration. Some duties include: 1) Marketing & Promotions/Tickets: provide assistance and support for the Director of Ticket Operations and Special events in areas such as student promotions, advertising, ticket sales, group ticket initiatives, and other marketing efforts and 2) Business Office provide assistance and support for the Associate Athletic Director for Business Operations in areas such as purchasing, check requests, travel advances and invoicing. [posted 6-20-24] Description here.

Intern – Athletic Facilities
This 10-month internship will have candidate assist in the daily maintenance and upkeep of all athletic facilities, ensure that all assigned athletic facilities are properly set up in time for each event and other duties. [posted 6-20-24] Description here.

Assistant Director/Relationship Manager
First contact point for organizations seeking to engage with the university, especially in the areas of on-campus recruitment and cultivates new recruitment partnerships; organizes the annual fall and spring career fair. [posted 6-20-24] Description here.

Assistant Coach Men’s Lacrosse
Assistant in administering a competitive Division I Men’s Lacrosse program that adheres to all University,NEC, and NCAA rules and regulations while providing a safe and accepting environment for student-athletes to grow and develop academically, athletically and one which encourages personal responsibility, sportsmanship and service to others.[posted 6-20-24] Description here.

Assistant Registrar
The Assistant Registrar is responsible for leadership support in the daily operations of the Office of the Registrar. All student employees report to this individual. In addition to the training, supervision and evaluation of these employees, the Assistant Registrar has primary responsibilities for additions, deletions and changes to the permanent academic record following all the University academic policies and procedures. [posted 7-16-24] Description here.

College of Engineering & Science Co-op Coordinator and Career Advisor
The College of Engineering & Science at the University of Detroit Mercy is seeking a student-centered Cooperative Education Coordinator to support primarily Engineering and Computer Science students in securing co-op employment opportunities and meaningful career paths upon graduation. This role is essential in guiding and coaching students through their career journey, from orientation and coaching to on-going mentoring and employer engagement, ensuring successful co-op experiences and career readiness. [posted 7-16-24] Description here.

Financial Aid Counselor
The Financial Aid Counselor’s duties include counseling and advising students and parents on the various financial aid programs by assisting with the administration of one or more federal, state, or institutional financial aid programs, evaluating Financial Aid applications to determine student eligibility for various financial aid programs, and by collecting data, as needed, efficiently and accurately. [posted 7-18-24] Description here.


Below are current openings for faculty positions at Mercy Colleges and Universities.

University of Detroit Mercy

Tenure-Track Assistant Professor, Nurse Anesthesia
The University of Detroit Mercy Nurse Anesthesia Department within the McAuley School of Nursing (MSON). invites applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor. This full-time position (either 9 or 12-month/year) is for a highly-motivated educator for our program. The MSON is part of the College of Health Professions and offers both undergraduate and graduate degree in nursing. Undergraduate tracks include traditional, second degree option and part-time. Graduate offerings include the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) with Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) exit tracks for family nurse practitioner, nursing & healthcare leadership, adult-gerontology clinical nurse specialist, clinical nurse leader; post-graduate emergency nurse practitioner, post-master’s DNP, and DNP in nurse anesthesia. [posted 6-20-24] Description here.

Instructor, Biology
The Department of Biology at University of Detroit Mercy College of Engineering & Science invites candidates to apply for a full-time Instructor Position in Biology. Teaching would commence in August 2024. This is a non-tenure track position renewable up to two years. Detroit Mercy is dedicated to the goal of building a diverse and inclusive academic community. We strongly encourage applications from candidates who can demonstrate through their teaching, research, experience and service that they can contribute to this goal. [posted 6-20-24] Description here.

Instructor of Economics
The Department of Economics in the College of Liberal Arts & Education (CLAE) at the University of Detroit Mercy (UDM) invites applications for Instructor of Economics. It is a full-time one-year faculty appointment with the possibility of a one-year renewal. The position focuses on teaching undergraduate and graduate Economics, Financial Economics, and Data Analytics courses. [posted 7-16-24] Description here.

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