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Description: Carroll College invites applications for an adjunct position teaching General Chemistry I Laboratory and/or Organic Chemistry I Laboratory for the Fall 2024 semester.  Preparation of laboratory chemicals is not required (this will be provided by an existing employee) and mentorship and course materials will be provided.  The position is open until filled.  

Qualifications:   The successful candidate will have a background in chemistry or a related field. 

Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis. 

To Apply: Please submit the following materials electronically to cpharr@carroll.edu: 

  • Cover letter
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Contact information for at least three professional references 

Position will remain open until filled.   Salary is commensurate with experience, education and qualifications.  Carroll College is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to creating an inclusive working environment for all. 

About Us: Carroll College is a leading private, liberal arts college in the American West. Carroll’s campus rests on 63 acres at the edge of downtown and historic Helena, the capital city of Montana.  The surrounding beauty of the Rocky Mountains and Montana fosters wonder and awe, giving the perfect backdrop to a worldly education. More than 75 miles of hiking and biking trails are just minutes from campus, and Helena is in close proximity to the Continental Divide Trail, natural hot springs, Great Divide Ski Area and the Missouri River. Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National Park are just a few hours away.

Founded in 1909, Carroll College warmly embraces its identity as a diocesan, Catholic college. Carroll represents a beacon of light in the community, welcoming all persons in a cooperative journey toward knowledge and virtue.  

Description: Carroll College invites applications for a 1-year visiting professor position in the Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences to begin in August 2024.  The successful candidate would be encouraged to apply for the tenure-track position to being August 2025.  We seek a broadly trained biologist with a strong commitment to teaching at a predominantly undergraduate institution. The primary teaching responsibilities for this position are Intro to Human Anatomy and Physiology 1 & 2 (BI 201 and 202). Other teaching responsibilities may also include courses in the introductory sequence, upper division courses in area of specialty, or writing-intensive research courses in area of specialty. 

Qualifications:   The successful candidate will have earned a Ph.D. or will be ABD in Biology or a related field, will have a demonstrated ability to teach A&P, will be open to using a variety of high impact teaching practices and will be committed to fostering an educational environment committed to equity and inclusion. 

Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis. 

To Apply: For consideration, please submit the following materials electronically to employment@carroll.edu: 

  • Cover Letter

  • Current CV

  • Three letters of recommendation

  • Teaching evaluations

  • Statement of teaching and scholarly philosophy

  • Graduate transcripts (unofficial)

  • Contact Information for at least three professional references 

Position will remain open until filled.   Salary is commensurate with experience, education and qualifications.  Carroll College is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to creating an inclusive working environment for all. 

Finalists for the position will be asked to provide a written response to Carroll College’s mission statement, https://www.carroll.edu/about/mission-statement. 

Benefits Include:

  • Employer sponsored Medical insurance, Wellness program and Employee Assistance Program

  • Voluntary Dental, Vision, Pet Insurance and more

  • 403(b) Retirement Plan with matching contributions from the College

  • Tuition Remission and potential Tuition Exchange benefits

  • Employer provided Life and Long-Term disability benefits

  • Other unique benefits such as tickets to home athletic events, rental of outdoor equipment, access to the campus workout facility, and more

About Us: Carroll College is a leading private, liberal arts college in the American West. Carroll’s campus rests on 63 acres at the edge of downtown and historic Helena, the capital city of Montana.  The surrounding beauty of the Rocky Mountains and Montana fosters wonder and awe, giving the perfect backdrop to a worldly education. More than 75 miles of hiking and biking trails are just minutes from campus, and Helena is in close proximity to the Continental Divide Trail, natural hot springs, Great Divide Ski Area and the Missouri River. Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National Park are just a few hours away.

Founded in 1909, Carroll College warmly embraces its identity as a diocesan, Catholic college. Carroll represents a beacon of light in the community, welcoming all persons in a cooperative journey toward knowledge and virtue.  

Description: Carroll College invites applications for applications for a full-time, tenure-track faculty position in the Department of Education to begin in August 2024.  Major responsibilities include teaching, advising, supervising students in teacher education programs, service, and appropriate scholarly activities. 

Specific teaching assignments will depend on qualifications but may include undergraduate courses in introductory education, elementary science and math, technology/media, and teaching methods in elementary and secondary settings. 

Qualifications:  The successful candidate will be an education generalist who has a minimum three years of demonstrated excellence in teaching and leadership in both general education and a special education environment and possess the ability to work collaboratively with K-12 school personnel. Additional teaching experience in STEM and/or social studies is desirable, but not required.  An earned doctoral degree in Education or related field is preferred.

Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis. 

To Apply: For priority consideration, please submit the following materials electronically to employment@carroll.edu by June 4, 2024: 

  • Cover Letter

  • Current CV

  • Three letters of recommendation

  • Graduate school transcripts (unofficial)

  • Contact Information for at least three professional references 

Position will remain open until filled.   Salary is commensurate with experience, education and qualifications.  Carroll College is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to creating an inclusive working environment for all. 

Finalists for the position will be asked to provide a written response to Carroll College’s mission statement, https://www.carroll.edu/about/mission-statement. 

Benefits Include:

  • Employer sponsored Medical insurance, Wellness program and Employee Assistance Program

  • Voluntary Dental, Vision, Pet Insurance and more

  • 403(b) Retirement Plan with matching contributions from the College

  • Tuition Remission and potential Tuition Exchange benefits

  • Employer provided Life and Long-Term disability benefits

  • Other unique benefits such as tickets to home athletic events, rental of outdoor equipment, access to the campus workout facility, and more

About Us: Carroll College is a leading private, liberal arts college in the American West. Carroll’s campus rests on 63 acres at the edge of downtown and historic Helena, the capital city of Montana.  The surrounding beauty of the Rocky Mountains and Montana fosters wonder and awe, giving the perfect backdrop to a worldly education. More than 75 miles of hiking and biking trails are just minutes from campus, and Helena is in close proximity to the Continental Divide Trail, natural hot springs, Great Divide Ski Area and the Missouri River. Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National Park are just a few hours away.

Founded in 1909, Carroll College warmly embraces its identity as a diocesan, Catholic college. Carroll represents a beacon of light in the community, welcoming all persons in a cooperative journey toward knowledge and virtue.  

Description: Carroll College invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor to join our Nursing Baccalaureate program with both a long-standing traditional pathway and a new Accelerated Nursing pathway. The position would start this upcoming Summer 2024. 

The Department of Nursing is seeking a colleague who possesses exceptional communication skills (both written and verbal), is committed to academic excellence, enthusiastic about student interactions, and who supports the mission of the college.

Primary responsibilities of the selected faculty candidate include classroom and lab or clinical teaching, student advising, curriculum development and outcomes evaluation.

Qualifications:  The successful candidate will have a Master’s Degree in Nursing as well as an unencumbered Montana Registered Nurse license. We are seeking a colleague who has broad expertise in nursing for both the traditional and the accelerated program. Previous teaching experience desired, but not mandatory.

Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis. 

To Apply: For consideration, please submit the following materials electronically to employment@carroll.edu: 

  • Letter of application

  • Curriculum vitae 

  • Statement of teaching philosophy 

  • Graduate transcripts (unofficial)

  • Contact information for at least three professional references 

Position will remain open until filled.   Salary is commensurate with experience, education and qualifications.  Carroll College is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to creating an inclusive working environment for all. 

Finalists for the position will be asked to provide a written response to Carroll College’s mission statement, https://www.carroll.edu/about/mission-statement. 

Benefits Include:

  • Employer sponsored Medical insurance, Wellness program and Employee Assistance Program

  • Voluntary Dental, Vision, Pet Insurance and more

  • 403(b) Retirement Plan with matching contributions from the College

  • Tuition Remission and potential Tuition Exchange benefits

  • Employer provided Life and Long-Term disability benefits

  • Other unique benefits such as tickets to home athletic events, rental of outdoor equipment, access to the campus workout facility, and more

About Us: Carroll College is a leading private, liberal arts college in the American West. Carroll’s campus rests on 63 acres at the edge of downtown and historic Helena, the capital city of Montana.  The surrounding beauty of the Rocky Mountains and Montana fosters wonder and awe, giving the perfect backdrop to a worldly education. More than 75 miles of hiking and biking trails are just minutes from campus, and Helena is in close proximity to the Continental Divide Trail, natural hot springs, Great Divide Ski Area and the Missouri River. Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National Park are just a few hours away.

Founded in 1909, Carroll College warmly embraces its identity as a diocesan, Catholic college. Carroll represents a beacon of light in the community, welcoming all persons in a cooperative journey toward knowledge and virtue. 

Description: Carroll College invites applications for a part-time, non-tenure track, Clinical Instructor Nursing Faculty to join our Nursing Baccalaureate program. This position would provide supervision, demonstration, and collaborative evaluation of student performance in a clinical or laboratory setting for both the long-standing traditional BSN pathway and new Accelerated BSN pathway. 

The Department of Nursing is seeking a colleague who possesses exceptional communication skills (both written and verbal), is committed to academic excellence, enthusiastic about student interactions, and who supports the mission of the college.

Qualifications:  The successful candidate will have a have, or be willing to enroll in a program leading to, a Master’s Degree in Nursing as well as an unencumbered Montana Registered Nurse license. We are seeking a colleague who has clinical experience and expertise in the area of medical, surgical, and/or oncology health nursing.

To Apply: For consideration, please submit all of the following electronically to employment@carroll.edu:

  • Cover letter

  • Resume

  • Contact information for at least three professional references 

Position will remain open until filled.   Salary is commensurate with experience, education and qualifications.  Finalists for the position will be asked to provide a written response to Carroll College’s mission statement, https://www.carroll.edu/about/mission-statement. 

Benefits Include:

  • Employer sponsored Medical insurance, Wellness program and Employee Assistance Program

  • Voluntary Dental, Vision, Pet Insurance and more

  • 403(b) Retirement Plan with matching contributions from the College

  • Tuition Remission and potential Tuition Exchange benefits

  • Employer provided Life and Long-Term disability benefits

  • Other unique benefits such as tickets to home athletic events, rental of outdoor equipment, access to the campus workout facility, and more. 

Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis.  Carroll College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to creating an inclusive working environment for all. 

About Us: Carroll College is a leading private, liberal arts college in the American West. Carroll’s campus rests on 63 acres at the edge of downtown and historic Helena, the capital city of Montana.  The surrounding beauty of the Rocky Mountains and Montana fosters wonder and awe, giving the perfect backdrop to a worldly education. More than 75 miles of hiking and biking trails are just minutes from campus, and Helena is in close proximity to the Continental Divide Trail, natural hot springs, Great Divide Ski Area and the Missouri River. Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National Park are just a few hours away.  

Founded in 1909, Carroll College warmly embraces its identity as a diocesan, Catholic college. Carroll represents a beacon of light in the community, welcoming members of all religious faiths and all persons of good will in a cooperative journey toward knowledge and virtue.  

Staff Positions

Description: Carroll College is seeking an Admissions Counselor to assist with driving recruitment efforts. This position serves an integral role in the recruitment and retention of prospective undergraduate students. Specific duties/responsibilities include working with potential candidates in a specified territory, interviewing candidates and conducting appropriate follow-up and tracking. The astute Admissions Counselor will also assist enrollment management with developing communication and building relationships with key influencers which lead to increased visibility for Carroll College. Admissions Counselors are required to initiate outreach to all prospects and their families as well as conduct transcript evaluations to determine eligibility for enrollment.

Like all Carroll employees, Admissions Counselors are expected to represent the college and maintain positive public relations when attending recruitment events, college fairs, and other community events.  Admissions Counselors must be able to multitask in a fast-paced environment and have the ability to deliver world-class customer service with a positive attitude. 

Qualifications:  The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in related field and 1 year of clerical or office experience.  Prior experience in admission, orientation, student affairs, public relations or sales preferred.

Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis. 

To Apply: For priority consideration, please submit all of the following materials electronically to employment@carroll.edu by June 3, 2024:

  • Cover letter

  • Resume

  • Contact information for at least three professional references 

Position will remain open until filled.  Salary is commensurate with experience, education and qualifications.  Carroll College is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to creating an inclusive working environment for all.  Finalists for the position will be asked to provide a written response to Carroll College’s mission statement, https://www.carroll.edu/about/mission-statement

Benefits Include: 

  • Employer sponsored Medical insurance, Wellness program and Employee Assistance Program

  • Voluntary Dental, Vision, Pet Insurance and more

  • 403(b) Retirement Plan with matching contributions from the College

  • Tuition Remission and potential Tuition Exchange benefits

  • Very generous Holiday, Vacation, Sick and other Leave benefits to include up to 20 days of paid holidays

  • Employer provided Life and Long-Term disability benefits

  • Other unique benefits such as tickets to home athletic events, rental of outdoor equipment, access to the campus workout facility, and more. 

About Us: Carroll College is a leading private, liberal arts college in the American West. Carroll’s campus rests on 63 acres at the edge of downtown and historic Helena, the capital city of Montana.  The surrounding beauty of the Rocky Mountains and Montana fosters wonder and awe, giving the perfect backdrop to a worldly education. More than 75 miles of hiking and biking trails are just minutes from campus, and Helena is in close proximity to the Continental Divide Trail, natural hot springs, Great Divide Ski Area and the Missouri River. Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National Park are just a few hours away.

Founded in 1909, Carroll College warmly embraces its identity as a diocesan, Catholic college. Carroll represents a beacon of light in the community, welcoming members of all religious faiths and all persons of good will in a cooperative journey toward knowledge and virtue.

Description: Join our dynamic team at Carroll College, where we're committed to fostering lasting connections within our vibrant alumni and Helena community. As a leading liberal arts institution dedicated to excellence in education, we recognize the invaluable contributions of our alumni and the importance of engaging with the broader community. We are seeking a motivated and enthusiastic individual to join us as the Alumni and Community Engagement Coordinator.

As the Alumni and Community Engagement Coordinator, you will play a pivotal role in strengthening ties with our alumni network and expanding our outreach within the local community. You will be responsible for developing and implementing strategies to enhance alumni engagement, organize events, and cultivate partnerships that support our mission and enrich the experiences of our alumni and Helena community members.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Collaborate with internal stakeholders to identify and leverage alumni expertise, resources, and opportunities for collaboration.

  • Coordinate alumni events, reunions, and networking initiatives both on and off-campus.

  • Maintain accurate alumni data and records to facilitate effective communication and engagement.

  • Serve as a liaison between the institution and alumni, addressing inquiries, providing support, and fostering a sense of belonging.

  • Cultivate relationships with local businesses, organizations, and community leaders to identify partnership opportunities and promote mutual engagement.

  • Monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of engagement initiatives, tracking metrics and feedback to inform future strategies and improvements.

Qualifications:  The successful candidate will have an Associate’s Degree in Communication, Business or related field, and 2 years’ related experience.  Bachelor’s Degree and/or two years of alumni engagement experience preferred.   

To Apply: For consideration, please submit all of the following materials electronically to employment@carroll.edu:

  • Cover letter

  • Resume

  • Contact information for at least three professional references 

Position will remain open until filled.   Salary is commensurate with experience, education and qualifications.  Finalists for the position will be asked to provide a written response to Carroll College’s mission statement, https://www.carroll.edu/about/mission-statement. 

Benefits Include: 

  • Employer sponsored Medical insurance, Wellness program and Employee Assistance Program

  • Voluntary Dental, Vision, Pet Insurance and more

  • 403(b) Retirement Plan with matching contributions from the College

  • Tuition Remission and potential Tuition Exchange benefits

  • Very generous Holiday, Vacation, Sick and other Leave benefits to include up to 20 days of paid holidays

  • Employer provided Life and Long-Term disability benefits

  • Other unique benefits such as tickets to home athletic events, rental of outdoor equipment, access to the campus workout facility, and more. 

Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis.  Carroll College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to creating an inclusive working environment for all. 

About Us: Carroll College is a leading private, liberal arts college in the American West. Carroll’s campus rests on 63 acres at the edge of downtown and historic Helena, the capital city of Montana.  The surrounding beauty of the Rocky Mountains and Montana fosters wonder and awe, giving the perfect backdrop to a worldly education. More than 75 miles of hiking and biking trails are just minutes from campus, and Helena is in close proximity to the Continental Divide Trail, natural hot springs, Great Divide Ski Area and the Missouri River. Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National Park are just a few hours away.

Founded in 1909, Carroll College warmly embraces its identity as a diocesan, Catholic college. Carroll represents a beacon of light in the community, welcoming members of all religious faiths and all persons of good will in a cooperative journey toward knowledge and virtue.

Description: Carroll College invites applications for our Associate Vice President of Enrollment.  This position is the College’s chief enrollment professional who provides leadership, strategic thinking and in-depth analysis for a comprehensive enrollment management plan for Carroll College. This person leads and supervises the Admissions and Financial Aid departments and is the driving force of the College’s efforts in the recruitment of new students to all current and future undergraduate, graduate, and non-degree/certificate programs and post-bac/graduate programs. 

In addition, this position works collaboratively with campus stakeholders in other departments, including academic departments and support services, faculty, alumni and the athletic department, to ensure the effectiveness of recruitment and enrollment operations. This person oversees the development of effective policies and procedures related to student enrollment and generates reports and identifies data to inform the campus community of enrollment data and trends. Responsibilities include achievement of annual enrollment, special population and net revenue goals. 

This position works closely with the Vice President for Student Engagement to ensure that enrollment strategies and efforts are aligned and cohere with the mission of the College, strategic plans and budget expectations and represent faithfully the critical work occurring in other campus departments.

Qualifications:   The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in a relevant area with at least eight years of relevant experience.  A Master's Degree and experience working within Catholic higher education is preferred.  

Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis. 

To Apply: For consideration, please submit the following materials electronically to employment@carroll.edu: 

  • Cover letter

  • Resume

  • Contact information for at least three professional references 

Benefits Include: 

  • Employer sponsored Medical insurance, Wellness program and Employee Assistance Program

  • Voluntary Dental, Vision, Pet Insurance and more

  • 403(b) Retirement Plan with matching contributions from the College

  • Tuition Remission and potential Tuition Exchange benefits

  • Very generous Holiday, Vacation, Sick and other Leave benefits to include up to 20 days of paid holidays

  • Employer provided Life and Long-Term disability benefits

  • Other unique benefits such as tickets to home athletic events, rental of outdoor equipment, access to the campus workout facility, and more. 

Position will remain open until filled.   Salary is commensurate with experience, education and qualifications.  Carroll College is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to creating an inclusive working environment for all. 

Finalists for the position will be asked to provide a written response to Carroll College’s mission statement, https://www.carroll.edu/about/mission-statement. 

About Us: Carroll College is a leading private, liberal arts college in the American West. Carroll’s campus rests on 63 acres at the edge of downtown and historic Helena, the capital city of Montana.  The surrounding beauty of the Rocky Mountains and Montana fosters wonder and awe, giving the perfect backdrop to a worldly education. More than 75 miles of hiking and biking trails are just minutes from campus, and Helena is in close proximity to the Continental Divide Trail, natural hot springs, Great Divide Ski Area and the Missouri River. Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National Park are just a few hours away.

Founded in 1909, Carroll College warmly embraces its identity as a diocesan, Catholic college. Carroll represents a beacon of light in the community, welcoming members of all religious faiths and all persons of good will in a cooperative journey toward knowledge and virtue.

Description: Carroll College is seeking a full-time Custodian. The successful applicant must be self-motivated, ambitious, reliable, and detail oriented. This person will perform cleaning tasks on campus. This position is also considered a general maintenance worker and is required to assist in performing preventive maintenance on non-electrical equipment and building infrastructures and assist in snow removal, moving of miscellaneous items on campus and assists other craftsmen in all phases of maintenance.

A $500 Retention Bonus will be given after the employee successfully completes 6 months of employment in the Facilities department.  A second $500 Retention Bonus will be given after the employee successfully completes one full year of employment in the Facilities department.  

Qualifications:  The successful candidate must have High School diploma or equivalent GED and some experience in custodial work.  Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis. 

To Apply: For consideration, please either:

Position will remain open until filled.   Carroll College is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to creating an inclusive working environment for all. 

Benefits Include: 

  • Employer sponsored Medical insurance, Wellness program and Employee Assistance Program

  • Voluntary Dental, Vision, Pet Insurance and more

  • 403(b) Retirement Plan with matching contributions from the College

  • Tuition Remission and potential Tuition Exchange benefits

  • Very generous Holiday, Vacation, Sick and other Leave benefits to include up to 20 days of paid holidays

  • Employer provided Life and Long-Term disability benefits

  • Other unique benefits such as tickets to home athletic events, rental of outdoor equipment, access to the campus workout facility, and more

About Us: Carroll College is a leading private, liberal arts college in the American West. Carroll’s campus rests on 63 acres at the edge of downtown and historic Helena, the capital city of Montana.  The surrounding beauty of the Rocky Mountains and Montana fosters wonder and awe, giving the perfect backdrop to a worldly education. More than 75 miles of hiking and biking trails are just minutes from campus, and Helena is in close proximity to the Continental Divide Trail, natural hot springs, Great Divide Ski Area and the Missouri River. Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National Park are just a few hours away.

Founded in 1909, Carroll College warmly embraces its identity as a diocesan, Catholic college.  Carroll represents a beacon of light in the community, welcoming all persons in a cooperative journey toward knowledge and virtue. 

Description: Carroll College invites applications for our Director of Academic Support & Retention.    This position is responsible for leadership, supervision, and management of academic advising, academic support, CARE team, melt prevention, retention and persistence, and for representing Carroll when responding to issues and concerns related to academic support and/or retention faced by students and their parents. This position is also responsible for compliance oversight for students monitored by federal programs such as Veterans Benefits. 

The Director ensures compliance with applicable laws, policies, and regulations in regard to TITLE IX, FERPA, Clery Act, Student Code of Conduct, and crisis-response efforts as stipulated by Carroll College policies; advocates for a student-responsive institutional focus, and advocates for students’ voices in institutional shared governance; provides strategic leadership and oversight to achieve the College’s retention efforts and goals.

Qualifications:   The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in a related field and 5 years’ experience related to education and academic counseling, budget management and supervision of professional staff.  Experience working with upper-level administration, staff and faculty at an institution of higher learning. Experience with student cohorts such as new, transfer and returning students, academically at-risk students, students with disabilities, and other special populations. Experience with placement, first-year initiatives, and academic support programs such as supplemental instruction and academic coaching. Knowledge and understanding of current issues and trends in undergraduate education, academic advising, and student retention.

Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis. 

To Apply: For priority consideration, please submit the following materials electronically to employment@carroll.edu by June 5, 2024: 

  • Cover letter

  • Resume

  • Contact information for at least three professional references 

Position will remain open until filled.  Salary is commensurate with experience, education and qualifications.  Carroll College is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to creating an inclusive working environment for all. 

Finalists for the position will be asked to provide a written response to Carroll College’s mission statement, https://www.carroll.edu/about/mission-statement

Benefits Include: 

  • Employer sponsored Medical insurance, Wellness program and Employee Assistance Program

  • Voluntary Dental, Vision, Pet Insurance and more

  • 403(b) Retirement Plan with matching contributions from the College

  • Tuition Remission and potential Tuition Exchange benefits

  • Very generous Holiday, Vacation, Sick and other Leave benefits to include up to 20 days of paid holidays

  • Employer provided Life and Long-Term disability benefits

  • Other unique benefits such as tickets to home athletic events, rental of outdoor equipment, access to the campus workout facility, and more

About Us: Carroll College is a leading private, liberal arts college in the American West. Carroll’s campus rests on 63 acres at the edge of downtown and historic Helena, the capital city of Montana.  The surrounding beauty of the Rocky Mountains and Montana fosters wonder and awe, giving the perfect backdrop to a worldly education. More than 75 miles of hiking and biking trails are just minutes from campus, and Helena is in close proximity to the Continental Divide Trail, natural hot springs, Great Divide Ski Area and the Missouri River. Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National Park are just a few hours away.

Founded in 1909, Carroll College warmly embraces its identity as a diocesan, Catholic college.  Carroll represents a beacon of light in the community, welcoming all persons in a cooperative journey toward knowledge and virtue.  

Description: Carroll College is seeking an energetic and ambitious individual to fill our Events Planning Assistant position.  This position will assist the Conferencing & Events Manager in the coordination of events, conferences, and meetings. Duties include set up and tear down of events, making floor plans for events, assisting with planning; handling logistics and participant registration; producing event collateral materials; and providing onsite event assistance. Work with and cross-train with Conferencing & Events Manager to perform all duties in their absence to ensure continuity of operations and the highest degree of customer service. This position will require a flexible schedule to accommodate conferences, including some weekends and holidays.   

Qualifications:  The successful candidate will have a high school diploma or GED plus 1 year experience in public service, retail, and/or events set-ups. Ideal applicants would have some sales and event experience, or guest service experience, and a passion for high-end hospitality.  Must be upbeat with a positive and flexible attitude; work well in a fast-paced environment and exhibit a calm confidence and ability to prioritize key tasks. Must have the ability to learn and troubleshoot conference room technology including such things as sound systems, network connections, laptops, etc. The candidate will need to work a flexible schedule including some weekends and holidays.

Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis. 

To Apply: For priority consideration, please submit the following materials electronically to employment@carroll.edu by June 4, 2024: 

  • Cover letter

  • Resume

  • Contact information for at least three professional references 

Position will remain open until filled.  Salary is commensurate with experience, education and qualifications.  Carroll College is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to creating an inclusive working environment for all. 

Finalists for the position will be asked to provide a written response to Carroll College’s mission statement, https://www.carroll.edu/about/mission-statement

Benefits Include: 

  • Employer sponsored Medical insurance, Wellness program and Employee Assistance Program

  • Voluntary Dental, Vision, Pet Insurance and more

  • 403(b) Retirement Plan with matching contributions from the College

  • Tuition Remission and potential Tuition Exchange benefits

  • Very generous Holiday, Vacation, Sick and other Leave benefits to include up to 20 days of paid holidays

  • Employer provided Life and Long-Term disability benefits

  • Other unique benefits such as tickets to home athletic events, rental of outdoor equipment, access to the campus workout facility, and more

About Us: Carroll College is a leading private, liberal arts college in the American West. Carroll’s campus rests on 63 acres at the edge of downtown and historic Helena, the capital city of Montana.  The surrounding beauty of the Rocky Mountains and Montana fosters wonder and awe, giving the perfect backdrop to a worldly education. More than 75 miles of hiking and biking trails are just minutes from campus, and Helena is in close proximity to the Continental Divide Trail, natural hot springs, Great Divide Ski Area and the Missouri River. Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National Park are just a few hours away.

Founded in 1909, Carroll College warmly embraces its identity as a diocesan, Catholic college.  Carroll represents a beacon of light in the community, welcoming all persons in a cooperative journey toward knowledge and virtue.  

Description: Carroll College invites applications for an IT Administrator.  Join our vibrant and dynamic team at Carroll College, a leading liberal arts institution dedicated to fostering excellence in education while instilling an enduring wonder for knowledge that will prepare students for leadership and their chosen vocation.  

The IT Administrator supports and maintains Carroll College’s IT Infrastructure (IM), Identity and Access Management (IAM), Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), Patch Management (PM), Endpoint management (EPM), Mobile Device Management (MDM), and Enterprise Telephony Systems. Participates in supporting, maintaining, and diagnosing applications provided by Carroll College or any of its vendors in service of the campus’s daily operations. This position will interact with other IT staff, faculty, operational staff, and student’s campus-wide to assist in troubleshooting complex issues and provide effective solutions that adhere to Carroll College standards. Individual may perform other duties and special projects as assigned. 

Qualifications:   The successful candidate will have an Associate’s Degree in Computer Science or related field and 3 to 5 years of related experience in Network Administration and associated network hardware, software and infrastructure.  Working knowledge of Microsoft Servers, Linux servers, and ability to interpret and apply industry best practices including network monitoring, network management, and network security preferred.

Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis. 

To Apply: For consideration, please submit the following materials electronically to employment@carroll.edu

  • Cover letter

  • Resume

  • Contact information for at least three professional references 

Position will remain open until filled.  Salary is commensurate with experience, education and qualifications.  Carroll College is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to creating an inclusive working environment for all. 

Finalists for the position will be asked to provide a written response to Carroll College’s mission statement, https://www.carroll.edu/about/mission-statement

Benefits Include: 

  • Employer sponsored Medical insurance, Wellness program and Employee Assistance Program

  • Voluntary Dental, Vision, Pet Insurance and more

  • 403(b) Retirement Plan with matching contributions from the College

  • Tuition Remission and potential Tuition Exchange benefits

  • Very generous Holiday, Vacation, Sick and other Leave benefits to include up to 20 days of paid holidays

  • Employer provided Life and Long-Term disability benefits

  • Other unique benefits such as tickets to home athletic events, rental of outdoor equipment, access to the campus workout facility, and more

About Us: Carroll College is a leading private, liberal arts college in the American West. Carroll’s campus rests on 63 acres at the edge of downtown and historic Helena, the capital city of Montana.  The surrounding beauty of the Rocky Mountains and Montana fosters wonder and awe, giving the perfect backdrop to a worldly education. More than 75 miles of hiking and biking trails are just minutes from campus, and Helena is in close proximity to the Continental Divide Trail, natural hot springs, Great Divide Ski Area and the Missouri River. Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National Park are just a few hours away.

Founded in 1909, Carroll College warmly embraces its identity as a diocesan, Catholic college.  Carroll represents a beacon of light in the community, welcoming all persons in a cooperative journey toward knowledge and virtue.  

Description: Carroll College is seeking a self-motivated individual to fill the position of IT Business Systems Analyst.  This person will serve in the Campus Computing and Information Technology department to provide campus-wide technology support to end-users.  The IT Business Analyst will work with users in various departments across Carroll College’s campus to identify change needs, assess the impact of the change, capture and document requirements, and then ensure those requirements are delivered, all while supporting the Campus through the implementation process.

Project Management 

  • Create, maintain and prioritize a list of defined implementation and/or optimization projects.
  • Develop and maintain reporting requirements.
  • Collaborate with department leads on roadmap planning and prioritization.
  • Oversee implementation projects from beginning to completion.
  • Work with IT System staff to define software update implementation plans and oversee departmental testing, to ensure timely installation of required software upgrades.

Process Review and Optimization

  • Improve training and operational procedures within a business to increase efficiency and productivity.
  • Analyze current business processes and make recommendations for improvement based on industry trends.
  • Work directly with staff to understand the individual needs of the departments.
  • Construct workflow charts and diagrams; studying system capabilities; writing specifications.
  • Use a variety of data analysis and organization tools to discover the most impactful insights.

User/Department Focused Training

  • Have focused training sessions with users and/or departments to better drive adoption and standard practices.

Qualifications:  The successful candidate will have a 4-year college degree in IT or Business field preferred. Relevant experience considered.  A minimum 5 years’ experience working as a Business Analyst and/or Project Manager.  Must have extensive knowledge of ERP system concepts.  SQL or Business Intelligence (BI) experience preferred.

Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis. 

To Apply: For consideration, please submit all of the following materials electronically to employment@carroll.edu: 

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • Contact information for at least three professional references

Position will remain open until filled.   Salary is commensurate with experience, education and qualifications.  Carroll College is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to creating an inclusive working environment for all. 

Finalists for the position will be asked to provide a written response to Carroll College’s mission statement, https://www.carroll.edu/about/mission-statement. 

Benefits Include:

  • Employer sponsored Medical insurance, Wellness program and Employee Assistance Program
  • Voluntary Dental, Vision, Pet Insurance and more
  • 403(b) Retirement Plan with matching contributions from the College
  • Tuition Remission and potential Tuition Exchange benefits
  • Very generous Holiday, Vacation, Sick and other Leave benefits to include up to 20 days of paid holidays
  • Employer provided Life and Long-Term disability benefits
  • Other unique benefits such as tickets to home athletic events, rental of outdoor equipment, access to the campus workout facility, and more

About Us: Carroll College is a leading private, liberal arts college in the American West. Carroll’s campus rests on 63 acres at the edge of downtown and historic Helena, the capital city of Montana.  The surrounding beauty of the Rocky Mountains and Montana fosters wonder and awe, giving the perfect backdrop to a worldly education. More than 75 miles of hiking and biking trails are just minutes from campus, and Helena is in close proximity to the Continental Divide Trail, natural hot springs, Great Divide Ski Area and the Missouri River. Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National Park are just a few hours away.

Founded in 1909, Carroll College warmly embraces its identity as a diocesan, Catholic college. Carroll represents a beacon of light in the community, welcoming all persons in a cooperative journey toward knowledge and virtue.  To learn more about Carroll College, please visit our web site at www.carroll.edu.

Description: Carroll College is seeking an innovative and collaborative individual knowledgeable about current issues and trends in Electronic Resources Management (ERM) to manage the electronic resources and serials operations of the Corette Library.  We seek a skilled librarian for this 11-month benefitted, 35 hour per week position who will be responsible for:

  • Sharing administrative duties for our library services platform (Alma/Primo) with the Systems & Web Services Librarian;
  • Coordinating the evaluation, acquisition, marketing, and maintenance of electronic and print journals and databases, including shared institutional and consortia resources;
  • Tracking and analyzing usage statistics, along with trends and ongoing developments in areas related to the entire life cycle of e-resources, to inform future collections, resource management workflow, and budget decisions and for annual reporting purposes;
  • Troubleshooting access issues within discovery service, knowledge base, and link resolver;
  • Collaborating with faculty and library staff to develop and offer classroom instruction and information literacy guides and programs;
  • Providing user-centered reference assistance and support to students, faculty, staff, and community patrons;
  • Working specified hours providing service at the library’s information desk, including some evening shifts, which could include a rotating monthly weekend shift;
  • Assisting the Circulation Supervisor in supervising and managing library student workers;
  • Representing Carroll College in TRAILS, particularly on the E-Resources Committee (and, if of interest, the Collection Development Committee).

Qualifications:   The successful candidate will have Bachelor’s Degree in related field, plus one year of electronic resources work experience in an academic library or similar setting as well as knowledge of, or experience with, library-specific information systems and technologies, such as integrated library systems, content management systems, and institutional repositories.  Masters in Library Science preferred.  Must have commitment and demonstrated ability to cooperate in a team environment and maintain effective and respectful working relationships with all library personnel; and excellent communication and interpersonal skills as well as a strong service orientation. Preferred candidates will have knowledge of Primo/Alma software and experience managing electronic resources and/or serials.

Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis. 

To Apply: For priority consideration, please submit the following materials electronically to employment@carroll.edu by July 12, 2024: 

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • Contact information for at least three professional references 

Position will remain open until filled.   Salary is commensurate with experience, education and qualifications.  Carroll College is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to creating an inclusive working environment for all. 

Finalists for the position will be asked to provide a written response to Carroll College’s mission statement, https://www.carroll.edu/about/mission-statement. 

Benefits Include:

  • Employer sponsored Medical insurance, Wellness program and Employee Assistance Program
  • Voluntary Dental, Vision, Pet Insurance and more
  • 403(b) Retirement Plan with matching contributions from the College
  • Tuition Remission and potential Tuition Exchange benefits
  • Very generous Holiday, Vacation, Sick and other Leave benefits to include up to 20 days of paid holidays
  • Employer provided Life and Long-Term disability benefits
  • Other unique benefits such as tickets to home athletic events, rental of outdoor equipment, access to the campus workout facility, and more

About Us: Carroll College is a leading private, liberal arts college in the American West. Carroll’s campus rests on 63 acres at the edge of downtown and historic Helena, the capital city of Montana.  The surrounding beauty of the Rocky Mountains and Montana fosters wonder and awe, giving the perfect backdrop to a worldly education. More than 75 miles of hiking and biking trails are just minutes from campus, and Helena is in close proximity to the Continental Divide Trail, natural hot springs, Great Divide Ski Area and the Missouri River. Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National Park are just a few hours away.

Founded in 1909, Carroll College warmly embraces its identity as a diocesan, Catholic college. Carroll represents a beacon of light in the community, welcoming all persons in a cooperative journey toward knowledge and virtue.  To learn more about Carroll College, please visit our web site at www.carroll.edu.

Description: Carroll College invites applications for a full-time time RN Lab/Simulation Coordinator. This is a 9-month, 37.5 hrs/week benefitted staff position that will begin August 15, 2024. 

The Department of Nursing is seeking colleagues who possess exceptional communication skills (both written and verbal), are committed to academic excellence, enthusiastic about student interactions and who support the mission of the college.

Primary responsibilities of the position include coordination and management of a clinical nursing lab environment appropriate to support optimal student learning. This position provides nursing instruction and technical support to students in the on-campus clinical lab in collaboration with nursing faculty, coordinates the inventory and ordering of supplies, and maintenance of equipment. Additionally, this position operates low-fidelity and high-fidelity technology, including simulation mannequins and computers, to ensure safe and effective student learning with nursing scenarios, case studies, skills practice, and testing.

Qualifications: The successful candidate will have a Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing as well as an unencumbered Montana Registered Nurse license and CPR certification. At least three years of broad nursing experience and teaching experience with nursing students in clinical settings preferred.

Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis. 

To Apply: For priority consideration, please submit all of the following materials electronically to employment@carroll.edu by May 17, 2024:

  • Cover letter

  • Resume

  • Contact information for at least three professional references 

Position will remain open until filled.   Salary is commensurate with experience, education and qualifications.  Carroll College is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to creating an inclusive working environment for all. 

Finalists for the position will be asked to provide a written response to Carroll College’s mission statement, https://www.carroll.edu/about/mission-statement. 

Benefits Include: 

  • Employer sponsored Medical insurance, Wellness program and Employee Assistance Program

  • Voluntary Dental, Vision, Pet Insurance and more

  • 403(b) Retirement Plan with matching contributions from the College

  • Tuition Remission and potential Tuition Exchange benefits

  • Very generous Holiday, Vacation, Sick and other Leave benefits to include up to 20 days of paid holidays

  • Employer provided Life and Long-Term disability benefits

  • Other unique benefits such as tickets to home athletic events, rental of outdoor equipment, access to the campus workout facility, and more

About Us: Carroll College is a leading private, liberal arts college in the American West. Carroll’s campus rests on 63 acres at the edge of downtown and historic Helena, the capital city of Montana.  The surrounding beauty of the Rocky Mountains and Montana fosters wonder and awe, giving the perfect backdrop to a worldly education. More than 75 miles of hiking and biking trails are just minutes from campus, and Helena is in close proximity to the Continental Divide Trail, natural hot springs, Great Divide Ski Area and the Missouri River. Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National Park are just a few hours away.  

Founded in 1909, Carroll College warmly embraces its identity as a diocesan, Catholic college. Carroll represents a beacon of light in the community, welcoming all persons in a cooperative journey toward knowledge and virtue.

Carroll College seeks a highly accomplished and experienced Vice President for Institutional Advancement (VPIA) to lead the activities related to increasing philanthropic gifts to the college.  Reporting to the President of Carroll College, the VPIA is responsible for the strategic direction and leadership for philanthropic giving to the college and all campaigns. They will play a leading role in the planning and successful execution of capital campaigns in addition to providing and implementing a strategic plan that increases major gift and overall philanthropic giving to the college. 

The VPIA leads the Office of Institutional Advancement (OIA) team in the areas of prospect research, stewardship, alumni engagement, database management, and office management. They will advise and support the College President and members of the Board of Trustees in the identification, cultivation, and solicitation of major gifts. The VPIA will also manage a personal portfolio of prospective donors with the capacity to contribute six- to eight-figure gifts. They will establish programs and goals to improve personal and team growth and performance, as well as strengthen the college’s ability to achieve and sustain major and planned gift fundraising. 

The successful candidate is passionate about partnering with an engaged and successful President and Executive Leadership Team and collaborating with an involved Board to grow a culture of philanthropy on behalf of Carroll. With a demonstrated record of leadership in advancement, the candidate will inspire donors, the Board, faculty, and staff to raise the necessary resources for Carroll College to thrive.

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About the VPIA Position and Announcement   Detailed Job Description

The Carroll College Theatre Department is seeking a part-time Technical Director for their 2024-25 Production Season. The Technical Director is responsible for operating, protecting, and maintaining the theatre's technical assets, while also managing and overseeing the different technical departments, including set, lighting, props, sound, livestream, projection and effects. 

Duties will include, but not be limited to:

  • Turning designer's sketches into technical drafts used by carpenters and electricians, and teaching students how to do the same.
  • Mentoring the student and staff creative team throughout theatre productions, giving students a professional experience of collaboration, and setting high standards of quality and artistry.
  • Setting and enforcing project deadlines.
  • Managing the scheduling and supervision of student workers in the shop.
  • Fostering teamwork, high quality communication, and professionalism.
  • Attending weekly thirty minute production meetings for shows and communicating and following up on technical requirements.
  • Setting and enforcing safe-use guidelines for equipment.
  • Coordinating with Fire Marshal and campus facilities team to make sure our department is in compliance.
  • Routinely performing (or delegating) preventative maintenance on equipment.
  • Managing production-related expenses, reporting receipts and accepting donations as appropriate. 
  • Keeping an inventory of the theater's technical and carpentry supplies.
  • Maintaining an active acquisitions and upgrade plan for department equipment.
  • Creating and maintaining stock set pieces for re-use (platforms, stairs, blocks, etc.).
  • Overseeing and assisting throughout tech week and the load-in/load-out process.
  • Supervising the strike of sets on closing days.
  • Advising directors and designers on feasibility, cost, and equipment capabilities.
  • Recruiting, or training students for our technical and carpentry programs and other technical staff as needed.
  • Creating and maintaining an active carpenter and electrician apprenticeship program, as well as assisting in recruiting efforts.
  • Assisting with facility rentals as needed (rentals are paid separately from this position).
  • Working with department head and department assistant to create and implement budgets.
  • Maintaining clean, safe and effective work spaces for the theatre department, hiring students to perform cleaning and maintenance tasks as needed.

Qualified Applicants have the opportunity to apply for additional adjunct teaching positions in the department. We are also open to discussions that might lead to splitting the TD position, by  hiring someone to oversee lights/sound, and someone else to oversee set building and props. 

To Apply:  For consideration, please submit the following materials electronically to juharris@carroll.edu:    

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • Contact information for at least three professional references