To review available jobs, please visit the SJU Employment Portal. All open positions will be displayed here. Positions are marked if they are open to internal applicants only. An internal applicant is one who currently, at the time of application, is employed by Saint Joseph’s University.
All applications should be submitted using the online application process. You will need to Create a New Account to submit your application. Once you click on Create a New Account, you will be guided through the application process. You will use the same log in information each time you apply for a job.
If you need assistance with completing the online application during normal business hours, please contact the Saint Joseph’s University Applicant Line at 610-660-1290. If you require computer access or prefer in-person assistance, you may also visit the Saint Joseph’s University Office of Human Resources (on City Line Avenue near the Corner of 54th Street) Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m
You will receive an immediate confirmation once you have completed the online application process. To ensure that the information you submitted was completed accurately, you are encouraged to log back in to your account and review your information.
You may visit the Saint Joseph’s University Office of Human Resources (on City Line Avenue near the Corner of 54th Street) Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Computers are also available at most public libraries
Go to the login screen on the SJU Employment Portal and click on "Forgot your username or password?" You will need to enter your email address. Once submitted, an email message with the subject line "An Applicant has requested a password reset" will be sent to the email address associated with your user profile. Please click on the link in the e-mail and follow the instructions to reset your password. You will receive an email confirmation when your password has been successfully reset.
You will receive a confirmation when you have successfully applied to an open position. Your application and qualifications will be reviewed by the hiring manager for the minimum qualifications and the department's preferred skills and experience for the position. The hiring manager will contact an applicant directly if they are interested in arranging an interview. Following the interviews, the hiring manager will select the most suitable candidate for the position.
The hiring department determines which applicant they are interested in interviewing for an open position. If the hiring department is interested in interviewing an applicant for a position, they will contact the applicant directly by phone or email.
Any position that appears on the SJU Employment Portal is still accepting applications. You may also check the status of positions you have directly applied for through your account.
Saint Joseph’s University does not have defined closing dates for positions. A position will remain open until the hiring manager has determined they have enough qualified applicants.
Once a position is filled all applicants will be notified automatically by a system-generated email. However, if you were selected for an interview you should hear from a member of the department directly prior to receiving the system-generated email.
If you are a person with a disability and require assistance with the employment process, you may visit the Saint Joseph’s University Office of Human Resources (on City Line Avenue near the Corner of 54th Street) Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
To check the status of your application, please visit https://jobs.sju.edu. You will log in with the username and password you used to apply. You will then need to select "Your Applications" on the left hand side, where you will see the most updated status of your application.
You can monitor the status of your application online. The hiring department reviews the applications and if the hiring department is interested in speaking with you regarding the position, they will contact you directly. We regret that due to the volume of applicants Saint Joseph’s University receives, we are unable to respond to each candidate individually regarding the status of their application.
The hiring manager will contact you directly if they are interested in speaking with you about a position you applied for. We regret that due to the volume of applicants Saint Joseph’s University receives, we are unable to respond to each candidate individually regarding the status of their application.
New Hire FAQs
The Office of Human Resources is located at 215 W. City Avenue at the corner of 54th and City. The office is open Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. except for University holidays for which we are closed.
When visits HR a large parking lot is located across the street for your vehicles. The entrance is located on 54th Street next to the Hagan Arena. The Gate Attendant at the lot will provide a visitor pass for you to place in your windshield.
Once you have completed your HR paperwork, you may obtain a parking pass for the academic year. Parking passes should be purchased online through the Nest and can be picked in Public Safety. Campus parking requires a pass. Additional parking can be found around the perimeter of campus but is at your own risk and are subject to the rules of that governing municipality.
You can obtain an ID through the Office of Public Safety located in the courtyard of Barbelin Hall. Public Safety is open 24 hours/day 7 days/week.
You are not required to have an ID, however if you would like to use the library, campus rec building, or other on campus employee benefits you will need to have an ID. You will also need one to enter certain buildings on campus.
If you are a(n):
Non-exempt (hourly) employee will be paid bi-week. You will be required to enter hours into a timesheet located on the Nest. You will be informed of when your first pay will be on your first day.
Exempt (salaried) employee or Full-time Faculty will be paid on a semi-monthly schedule. The 15th and last day of each month will be pay dates unless they fall on a holiday or weekend. If so they will be paid on the closest weekday before. The first pay depends are your start date. You will be informed of when your first pay will be on your first day.
Adjunct Faculty will be paid on the semi-monthly schedule as above. Your first pay depends on the academic calendar as well as the signing of your contract. Beginning and end pays fall in conjunction with the academic calendar.