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.

Current Postings

  • Director, Finance and Operations

    The Director, Financial and Operations is accountable to the President/Principal for financial planning, budgeting, and analysis in support of critical financial strategies as well as for supporting the attainment of the Colleges’ mission by providing financial leadership, vision and direction to the departments within the institution. The Director is responsible for the operational and facility management and growth.

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  • Enrolment Services Officer

    The Enrolment Services Officer provides leadership, guidance, and oversight over the enrolment processes and management of student academic records. Responsibilities may include:
    • Managing MyLion student information system
    • Verifying student eligibility to register for courses
    • Overseeing processing of official transcript requests
    • Other responsibilities related to Registration and Enrolment, Student Records, and General Administrative Tasks.
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    • Student Recruitment Officer

    The Student Recruitment Officer (SRO):
    • Promotes the Colleges to actively recruit prospective students in British Columbia
    • Responds personally to student inquiries and follows up with prospective students
    • Participates in the planning and execution of all recruitment activities

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  • Visiting Scholar in Ethics

    St. Mark’s College (SMC) and Providence Health Care (PHC) have partnered to promote the study and practice of Catholic health care ethics and are pleased to invite a scholar to spend a shared academic year at both institutions. This position will strengthen St. Mark’s College’s ability to provide ethical formation in the Archdiocese of Vancouver (RCAV) and serve the development of Mission and clinical ethics at Providence Health Care. This position also offers the visiting scholar a unique opportunity to experience how bioethics and the healing ministry is applied in the field at a Catholic hospital. This joint undertaking takes place within a broader partnership with the RCAV around Catholic health care ethics.

    This is a one-year position that is scheduled to run from August or September 2022 – July/August 2023.
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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

St. Mark's College and Corpus Christi College welcome applications from any person with the skills and knowledge to contribute productively to the scholarly life of the Colleges. They especially welcome applications from persons of diverse faiths, visible minority group members, Indigenous/Aboriginal People of North America, and persons with disabilities.

Hiring Practices

Hiring is in accordance with Ex Corde Ecclesiae .

Information for New Employees

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An Employer Partner with the Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion (CCDI)

The Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion (CCDI) is a made-in-Canada solution designed to help employers, diversity and inclusion/human rights/equity, and human resources practitioners effectively address the full picture of diversity, equity and inclusion within the workplace. Founded and run by experienced diversity and inclusion practitioners, CCDI’s focus is on practical sustainable solutions that help employers move toward true inclusion. CCDI focuses on the topics of inclusion that are relevant in Canada and the regional differences that shape diversity by addressing the issues that move employers from compliance to engagement.

We are proud to be an Employer Partner with the Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion, which provides us with a number of benefits that will support us on our diversity and inclusion journey. The following benefits are available to all staff and faculty:
  • CCDI monthly newsletter - Diversity Ink. CCDI's monthly newsletter provides information about CCDI events and research, and other pertinent news from the Canadian diversity and inclusion realm. View past editions of Diversity Ink.
  • CCDI Knowledge Repository. As part of the "Members Only" portal, CCDI has an e-library with over 1,000 documents containing Canadian-specific and international diversity and inclusion research, reports, toolkits and news.
  • CCDI monthly webinars. CCDI offers educational webinars which are free for all of our employees.