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- Mount Holyoke College is committed to increasing the diversity of its employees. We strongly encourage Black, Latinx and underrepresented candidates to apply for career opportunities at the College.

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Assistant Curator South Hadley, MA
The Mount Holyoke College Art Museum (MHCAM) is a dynamic learning resource for both campus and community audiences, an innovative laboratory for cross-disciplinary teaching and a vibrant space for events and talks. The position of Assistant Curator supports exhibitions, permanent collection installations, acquisitions, and collections research. It also provides opportunities for meaningful engagement with students, faculty, and staff, all to advance the mission of the Museum and that of the College.
Visiting Lecturer in Physics South Hadley, MA
The Mount Holyoke College Physics Department seeks a Visiting Lecturer to begin in Fall 2023, for one year, with the possibility of renewal. We are searching broadly for candidates with a strong commitment to excellence in teaching physics and a passion for engaging a diverse population of undergraduate students.
VP Finance & Administration South Hadley, MA
Consistent with its founding impulse, the Mount Holyoke College of today offers a transformative undergraduate experience grounded in the liberal arts and stands strong in its conviction that gender ought never to be a barrier to one’s achievement and impact on the world. From groundbreaking medical researchers, tech entrepreneurs, and social justice champions, to US presidential cabinet members and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwrights, Mount Holyoke graduates live lives of consequence, purpose, and engagement. As founder Mary Lyon asserted, “This institution is a great intellectual and moral machine, and if you jump in, you may ride very fast.” The school is also seen as a leader in diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). Access and social justice are among its core legacy values. The College draws students from all backgrounds into an exceptionally diverse and inclusive learning community; it is known for its extraordinarily global student body. Mount Holyoke enrolls 2,200 undergraduate students and 122 graduate students; 247 faculty and 647 staff are at the center of the work. The College offers a bachelor of arts degree across 48 departmental and interdepartmental majors and three graduate programs, as well as several professional institutes and pathways. It is part of the Five College Consortium, standing alongside Amherst, Hampshire, Smith Colleges, and the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Mount Holyoke’s current strategic plan, The Plan for Mount Holyoke 2023 (, yielded major improvements to the physical plant, and to facilities and infrastructure planning. Key achievements include the centralization of dining and construction of the Dining Commons, the creation of the Fimbel Lab, and tackling deferred maintenance, an ongoing challenge for any campus of its age.
Multimedia Designer Hybrid - South Hadley, MA
The Office of Communications and Marketing seeks a Multimedia Designer to help steward the Mount Holyoke brand through engaging and elevated design platforms across all digital applications. Under the direction of the Director of Branding and Creative Services, the Multimedia Designer conceptualizes, designs, and produces materials for a variety of communications channels, including web, social media, and video. The Multimedia Designer works within the College’s established brand aesthetic across all communication channels while bringing a fresh and innovative approach to the work.
Custodian South Hadley, MA
The Facilities Management department supports the administration, faculty, staff, and students in the quality planning and development of facilities projects that support our mission. Our talented staff of approximately 140 Full-Time employees (FTEs) (Cleaning, Mechanical Trades, Central Heating Plant, Grounds, Carpentry, Stockroom, EH&S, Fleet Services, and Mail Services & Duplication) are responsible for more than 2,000,000 square feet (SF) of property in over 60+ major buildings and for maintaining more than 300 acres. This position is responsible for the cleanliness of all academic buildings, administrative offices, and all other buildings as assigned.
Help Desk Student Supervisor South Hadley, MA
Mount Holyoke College’s Library, Information and Technology Services (LITS) Division empowers a diverse and inclusive learning community equipping every person to purposefully engage the world. We connect people with the information, expertise, spaces, and technologies that enhance their work and fuel scholarly endeavor. Mount Holyoke College is part of the Five Colleges, Inc. Consortium along with Amherst College, Hampshire College, Smith College, and the University of Massachusetts Amherst. The Help Desk Student Supervisor leads a team of student workers (20+), applying broad technical knowledge and proven troubleshooting approaches, to deliver campus technology support with a focus on the user-experience. The Help Desk Student Supervisor supervises student workers, modeling excellence in service delivery, collaboration, teamwork and knowledge sharing. As a key resource for student staff, who primarily work evenings and weekends, the incumbent is responsible for training, team building, performance management and supporting student staff needs and as such, they may be required to respond to student staff issues off-hours. Reporting to the Manager of Community Technical Support (CTS), the Help Desk Student Supervisor serves as a first point of contact for student staff issues and a trusted technology advisor for the campus. Each member of Community Technical Support actively promotes the commitment of the College and LITS to diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility by engaging a service model that includes ongoing individual and team development in the areas of anti-bias and anti-racism.
Sustainability Program Manager South Hadley, MA
The College’s Plan for Mount Holyoke 2023, identifies environmental sustainability as a strategic priority. In January 2018, the Board of Trustees of Mount Holyoke College endorsed the overarching goals of the College’s recent 2017 Sustainability Task Force recommendations, including the goal of becoming a carbon-neutral campus by 2037, it's bicentennial. The College has defined a sustainability vision and approach to support the strategic priorities for Mount Holyoke College that is inclusive and progressive. To date, we have made significant progress towards these goals, including a move to transition from coal fire heating to ground source heat exchange, retrofitting buildings for energy efficiency, reducing single-use items in our dining facilities, and improving upon campus composting. Other priority areas for the college include climate justice, instilling sustainability as a core value across campus, and elevating the use of the Campus Living Laboratory. We see this position as an exciting opportunity for someone who wants to grow and evolve with the Miller Worley Center’s mission and the College’s next strategic plan. Our approach to sustainability is integrative and interdisciplinary, and with its remarkable international and domestic diversity, strong liberal arts tradition, and physical setting, the College is an exceptional place for advancing environmental education and research. Our graduates are the next generation of leaders, who will create a more sustainable, just, and equitable future across the globe. With an emphasized focus on community building and communication, the Sustainability Program Manager is located in the Miller Worley Center for the Environment (MWCE), and reports directly to the Leslie and Sarah Miller Director of the Miller Worley Center. The Sustainability Program Manager provides strategic direction to achieve the College’s multifaceted sustainability goals, continuing an era of leadership in sustainability. The Program Manager works closely across college divisions and among students, faculty, and staff to advance sustainability as a core value in all aspects of the campus including academic programs and research, campus planning and operations, and co-curricular student opportunities with both local and global lenses. The Program Manager collaborates closely with the Vice President for Finance and Administration and the Associate Vice President for Facilities Management in reviewing sustainability goals and reporting progress and making recommendations for strategic directions to the Officers at least annually and reporting to the Board at least every 5 years.
Event Manager South Hadley, MA
The Event Services (ES) Manager works with clients from initial inquiry through event execution, providing exceptional customer service. This position communicates policies, procedures, menus, pricing, and contract specifications to clients for all events and conferences, relaying event information to appropriate departmental personnel. This position works as a member of the Events Services team to provide superior hospitality through communication and follow-up with staff, clients, and guests to achieve financial, operational, and business goals.
Technical Director/Production Manager South Hadley, MA
The one-year full-time staff Technical Director / Production Manager for the Department of Film, Media, and Theater, teaches courses in technical theatre and serves as the Technical Director / Production Manager for Rooke Theatre. The department puts on three mainstage shows and numerous small student projects each academic year. We seek an experienced Technical Director with college-level teaching experience. The ideal candidate will be an effective communicator with strong organizational skills, a collaborative approach to problem-solving, and a commitment to teaching and mentoring a diverse student population. The position carries a 3/2 teaching load, which is divided between introductory courses in technical direction, student mentoring, and production duties. There are possible opportunities to design for additional compensation.
Visiting Lecturer in Chemistry South Hadley, MA
The Department of Chemistry at Mount Holyoke College invites applications for a full-time Visiting Lecturer position in Chemistry beginning July 1, 2023, for Fall 2023 in a two-year appointment. Applicants should have a broad background in chemistry and strong teaching, writing, and interpersonal skills. Ideal candidates will be prepared to teach lecture and laboratory sections of courses that emphasize skills in chemical measurement and data analysis, including analytical chemistry. Candidates may also be involved in other areas of the curriculum, including introductory chemistry and upper-level courses in their field of expertise.
Custodian South Hadley, MA
The Facilities Management department supports the administration, faculty, staff, and students in the quality planning and development of facilities projects that support our mission. Our talented staff of approximately 140 Full-Time employees (FTEs) (Cleaning, Mechanical Trades, Central Heating Plant, Grounds, Carpentry, Stockroom, EH&S, Fleet Services, and Mail Services & Duplication) are responsible for more than 2,000,000 square feet (SF) of property in over 60+ major buildings and for maintaining more than 300 acres. This position is responsible for the cleanliness of all academic buildings, administrative offices, and all other buildings as assigned.
Officer South Hadley, MA
Mount Holyoke College is hiring Sworn Police Officers who seek the opportunity to work with a diverse, collaborative campus community, providing protection and contributing to the success of our students through a community-based approach. Be part of a collaborative, inclusive, engaged community of students, faculty, and staff. We offer competitive wages and benefits for employees and their families.
International Student & Scholar Adviser South Hadley, MA, Hybrid - South Hadley, MA
Mount Holyoke College is seeking an International Student and Scholar Adviser to work with our diverse international community on complex immigration issues including travel, program transfers, extensions, and terminations. The McCulloch Center for Global Initiatives is the hub and catalyst for comprehensive internationalization at Mount Holyoke. We create and foster educational programming to cultivate knowledgeable leaders and responsible citizens of the global community. The exceptional international diversity of the campus offers a powerful context for building global competence and empowering students to thrive in the diverse and interconnected world of the 21st century.
Executive Director, Career Development Center South Hadley, MA
Mount Holyoke College seeks candidates for the next Executive Director of the Career Development Center (CDC). This is a tremendous opportunity for an experienced career service professional to work closely with faculty, colleagues across campus, students, and alums to provide an engaging and inclusive student experience. The next Executive Director of the Career Development Center (CDC) will lead a dynamic staff committed to student development, success, and career readiness. The Executive Director will report directly to the Vice President of Student Success (VPSS) and Dean of the College and lead an office of 11 professional staff. The Executive Director contributes to and supports the ongoing mission to support students in the development and realization of career aspirations through the support of leadership development, career exploration, reflection, and self-assessment. The Executive Director will continue to foster a culture of responsiveness, accountability, and support among staff for students’ career needs and initiatives. This leader will bring a facility with data, using it to inform decisions both with the team and about the populations the CDC supports.
Assistant Director, Metrics & Assessment South Hadley, MA
The Mount Holyoke College Career Development Center is seeking an Assistant Director, Metrics & Assessment to take leadership on the center's collection and use of data, as well as the administration and maintenance of its technical systems.
Academic Systems Administrator South Hadley, MA, Hybrid - South Hadley, MA
The Library, Information, and Technology Services (LITS) Division at Mount Holyoke College is committed to providing integrated information and technology services and resources that enable students, faculty, and staff to creatively and productively advance the College’s academic, administrative and co-curricular goals. Reporting to the Head of Academic Technologies (AT), the Academic Systems Administrator is responsible for implementing, administering, and supporting academic-focused applications and technologies. This includes a variety of open-source and custom web applications, cloud and Linux hosted services, and other technology platforms. Working in a team-based environment, this position collaborates with individuals and departments within LITS and throughout campus in creating and supporting an outstanding technical environment for teaching, learning, researching, and managing digital collections. This position is a member of the Technology Infrastructure and Systems Support (TISS) group, which focuses on providing the technology foundation and its accompanying framework for the infrastructure, resources, and services that support the College. The TISS group includes data center and PaaS operations, networking, web application support, business intelligence, academic technologies, and administrative computing.
Assistant Rowing Coach/Athletics Equipment Coordinator South Hadley, MA
Assistant Rowing Coach and Athletics Equipment Coordinator is a full-time coaching and administrative position. The successful candidate will support the head rowing coach in coaching, organizing, and administering an intercollegiate varsity rowing program, overseeing the novice rowing team, the Community Rowing program, and the athletics equipment operations for the department.
Cashier South Hadley, MA
Looking to join a team of highly effective and dynamic hospitality professionals? Join Dining Services where we deliver an exceptional hospitality experience for students, faculty, and staff. Work in an environment where hard work, professional growth, and learning are valued.
Compensation Analyst Remote, Hybrid - South Hadley, MA
In partnership with the Mount Holyoke College community, the Human Resources Department supports the mission of the College by providing programs and services that attract, develop and retain a highly qualified and diverse workforce. The Department is committed to working strategically with the community in advocating for a work environment where the contributions of each employee are recognized and where every individual is treated fairly and equitably. We provide leadership in identifying and responding to the community’s changing needs, and in providing guidance in the development, implementation, and administration of policies and procedures in support of our mission. The Compensation Analyst will oversee the development and maintenance of the College’s compensation programs, policies, and procedures. The incumbent in this role will be required to be data-minded with a compassion for people, prioritization of both the financial health and goals of the College, alongside an understanding of the College’s culture. This position is a temporary 12-month assignment with a target start date of January 2023 the position may be extended based on available funding. This is a unique and exciting opportunity for a compensation expert with experience in developing compensation strategies and protocols. The successful candidate should be action-oriented and demonstrate an innovative approach to compensation practices. We welcome someone who is analytical and metrics-driven, communicates clearly and concisely, and is great at getting and giving respectful and productive feedback. Are you someone who thinks strategically? Do you enjoy looking at the way things are and then imagining multiple ways they can be improved? Do you like to have fun? The work we do is very serious, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have fun. Come join us.
Associate Director of Career Exploration South Hadley, MA, Hybrid - South Hadley, MA
The Career Development Center (CDC) at Mount Holyoke College fosters lives of intent and purpose through career curiosity, confidence, and knowledge. We support students with all aspects of career development, including exploring their interests, refining career paths, building relevant skills and connections, and gaining practical experience. In addition to advising, resources, workshops, alum and employer events, and jobs and internships, we also improve access to opportunities through the college’s Student Employment and Lynk Summer Funding programs. Mount Holyoke is currently searching for an Associate Director (AD), Career Exploration to join our team in the Career Development Center. The Associate Director for Career Exploration supports the Career Development Center’s mission and strategic goals by leading the CDC’s work on early student engagement, self-assessment, and career exploration and through supporting and serving the college’s diverse student population. Keeps abreast of current student concerns related to careers and identifies programmatic ways to support students with these topics. The successful candidate will need to manage multiple priorities, assess and evaluate shorter-term and longer-term goals, and work with a range of students, alumnae, faculty, and staff. We seek a candidate with significant experience and expertise in providing career advising for diverse undergraduate students, particularly focused on career exploration and self-assessment; excellent oral and written presentation skills; a history of success with program development, project management, and staff supervision; and the ability to work effectively in situations including as a team leader, collaborative team member, and independently.

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