Working at the College
The employment goal of the College is to recruit, retain, and promote those people best qualified to fulfill the mission of the College and give students an outstanding education.
St. Mark’s College offers graduate programs Catholic Educational Leadership, Pastoral Studies, Religious Education and Theological Studies, as well as an undergraduate program in Theology and Culture that focuses on Theology, English, and History. It also provides campus ministry and chaplaincy services to Catholic students, staff and faculty on the UBC campus.
Emphasizing the importance of listening, reflecting, learning, discussing and praying, St. Mark’s Centre for Christian Engagement seeks to enable the creation of a culture of encounter and dialogue by creating opportunities to address the challenges associated with the disengagement of Christians from the Church and the life of faith.
Reporting to the Principal, the Director of the Centre for Christian Engagement will fulfill this vision by organizing lectures and other public events that focus on the mission of the Centre. As the public face of the Centre, the Director will cultivate relationships with the broader community, both locally and nationally. The Director will work with an Advisory Committee to choose an annual roster of lectures and events, will run the logistics of those events, will do some teaching at St. Mark’s and possibly Corpus Christi Colleges, and will report back to the founders annually.
This position is a five-year, renewable contract. The primary focus in the early years will be on building the Centre and its offerings. After the first couple of years, once a rhythm is established, there will be opportunities for more teaching and other involvement with the College community.
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Reporting to the Executive Director of Strategy and Planning, the Manager, Student Recruitment provides strategic direction to the domestic and international student recruitment planning. The Manager ensures the effective coordination, implementation and day-to-day management of the Colleges’ integrated domestic and international face-to-face and virtual recruitment strategy; to achieve a growing awareness of and interest in the Colleges that sustains its long term goals of increased enrolment growth.
The Manager oversees the planning, analysis and coordination of domestic and international recruitment activities and events. As a member of the Strategic Enrolment Management team, the Manager is a team leader in the development and implementation of recruitment strategies, programs and initiatives to attract high quality students and support the overall strategic enrollment management goals of the Colleges.
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The Coordinator, Finance will report to the Manager, Finance and Operations. Primary working relationship include Registrar’s Office, President and Principal’s Office, and the Human Resources Office.
The responsibilities of the Coordinator, Finance include:
• Calculate, prepare and issue documents related to accounts such as bills, invoices, account statements and other financial statements
• Enter, verify and reconcile transactions such as accounts payable and receivable, cheques, invoices, cheque requisitions, credit card and bank statements
• Respond to inquiries, maintain good relations with multiple stakeholders and solve problems
• Prepare and post month end journal entries and prepare month end working papers
• Assist with preparation of the monthly and annual financial statements and reports
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We encourage prospective employees to submit a cover letter and CV describing the type of work they are seeking to [email protected]
. Please use the following file nomenclature when submitting your electronic documents:
- Cover Letter: LastnameFirstnameCoverYYYYMMDD - ex: SmithJoeCover20130112
- CV: LastnameFirstnameCvYYYYMMDD - ex: SmithJoeCv20130112
Hiring is in accordance with Ex Corde Ecclesiae