Staff Positions

Thank you for your interest in our open Staff positions. St. Thomas Aquinas College is an equal opportunity employer. Candidates representing diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Please apply for employment to the College office/division indicated in the individual position announcement. The application should not be sent to the Human Resources Office unless indicated.

Our Staff positions are listed in two categories, Administrative Professional positions (exempt) and Support Staff positions (non-exempt).

Administrative / Professional Positions

Director of Experiential Learning

Part-time (16-18 hours/wk; 10 mos./ yr.) administrative position available in our School of Business starting January 14, 2019.  The qualified individual will oversee and coordinate student experiential learning opportunities including internships, practica, co-ops, study abroad, and study beyond and ensures these experiences meet academic requirements.

Bachelor’s Degree required; Master’s in Management or related field preferred; must be computer literate.  Requires strong interpersonal, communication an organizational skills. Demonstrated record of administrative leadership preferred. Ability and willingness to travel within the relevant regional area.  

Application Process:
A cover letter addressing the applicant’s credentials and experiences as they relate to the position; and three professional references should be sent electronically to Prof. M. Murphy, Dean of the School of Business at [email protected]. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

(Posted 12172018)

Mentor, Pathways Program/Part-Time

Responsibilities involve developing and providing delivery of services to students with learning disabilities, which includes helping students develop and apply different strategies to their course work to compensate for their learning disability and/or attention deficit disorder; assisting students in their self-advocacy with faculty, administrators, staff, and other students; and assisting in counseling and advising students in academic areas. The qualified individual will work a varied part-time schedule including days/evenings – 440 hours total per academic semester.

Bachelor’s degree in psychology, education, or related area, with additional relevant graduate coursework; Master’s degree in psychology, education, or related area preferred. Teaching and/or tutoring experience at the high school or college level. Excellent written and verbal communication skills; ability to work with and demonstrate respect for a diverse group of students, faculty, staff, and parents.

Application Process:
Complete an employment application, include cover letter, resume, and three professional references, and send to: Dr. Richard Heath, Director of Pathways Program, St. Thomas Aquinas College: email [email protected] or fax to (845) 398-4229.

(Posted 07252019)

Regional Admissions Counselor

The Regional Admissions Counselor schedules and travels to high schools within an assigned territory; initiates follow-up recruitment with prospective applicants; continues development of the prospective applicant through the application stage, and successfully through enrollment. The Regional Admissions Counselor evaluates applications and conducts interviews with prospective applicants as needed. The Counselor also assists in the planning of on-campus recruitment programs such as Open House, Accepted Students Day, Group Visits, Summer BBQs and a host of other recruitment events. 

The Regional Admissions Counselor maintains the database and enters prospect and applicant information within their assigned territories. The Counselor will also learn the SCT Banner Software system, and be able to generate letters for recruits and applicants.  

The Regional Admissions Counselor will interact with the college community in general, and with specific offices as part of the admissions liaison role that the coordinator is assigned. The Counselor will also learn the financial aid process in order to be able to counsel families on the process. 

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Bachelor's Degree is required. Applicants must have excellent verbal, written, and computer word processing, and spreadsheet skills. Applicant must be willing to learn new programs such as SCT Banner and MS Access. Applicants must have valid automobile driver's license. The College seeks a responsible individual who can work as a team member and be independent at times. Counselors travel within an assigned territory and are given a high level of responsibility.

Counselors visit with high school students, guidance counselors, and parents of students. Must be able to represent the College's values and maintain a high level of professionalism. Excellent benefits package and competitive starting salary. Benefits include graduate tuition remission. Bilingual applicants are encouraged to apply.  

Application Process:
Please complete the employment application and include a cover letter and resume. Send to: Samantha Bazile, Director of Admissions: EMAIL [email protected] or FAX 845-398-4372.

(Posted 07182019)

Testing Coordinator

The Testing Coordinator’s main responsibilities involve ensuring that student’s mandated testing accommodations and modifications are appropriately implemented with the Pathways Program.  Duties include scheduling tests and examinations; proctoring tests and providing accommodations within the Pathways Program; consulting with faculty about mandated testing accommodations when students elect to take tests within the classroom setting.  The qualified individual will work a varied part-time schedule including days/evenings – 440 hours total per academic semester.

Bachelor’s degree in psychology or education or related area, with additional relevant graduate coursework recommended; coursework in testing or evaluation preferred.  Excellent written and verbal communication skills; ability to work with and demonstrate respect for a diverse group of students, faculty, staff, and parents.

Application Process:
Complete an employment application; a cover letter outlining your application for the position; include three professional references and a resume and send to:  Dr. Richard F. Heath, Director of Pathways Program, St. Thomas Aquinas College. Applicants should submit pdf documents via email to [email protected].

(Posted 07022019)

Support Staff Positions

Library Assistant/Part-Time

Part-Time (per diem) position in our College's Lougheed Library. The qualified individual will cover circulation desk, shelve library materials, access library databases, answer phones, respond to routine questions from library users, and oversee the operation of photocopy and microform equipment.

Must be computer literate and possess good communication and customer service skills. Previous library experience and knowledge of Dewey Decimal System preferred.
Hours: Sunday 1 pm – 9 pm, and Monday and Tuesday evenings 4 pm – 11 pm. 

Application Process:
Please submit a letter of interest, resume, and
employment application with names and contact information for three professional references to Ms. Virginia Dunnigan, Director of Library Services, [email protected].

(Posted 08122019)


The individual will be responsible for processing all payroll transactions for approximately 450 personnel on multiple payrolls in a fast-paced office. This includes reviewing time records; maintaining payroll-related records for both payrolls and as it pertains to Human Resources; filing tax reports and voluntary deductions reports; processing involuntary deductions; preparing accounting transactions and documents, and preparing special reports.  Must effectively communicate with faculty, staff, and students.


  • Associates or Bachelor’s degree in accounting or related field preferred; high school diploma with a minimum of 4 years computerized payroll and accounting systems experience required.
  • One year of experience with primary responsibility for payroll administration required.
  • Knowledge of Federal and NY State guidelines associated with payroll withholdings and knowledge of deferred compensation plans required.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word/Excel required.
  • Must have user and functional knowledge of integrated computerized payroll systems, preferably UltiPro.
  • Excellent customer service skills.
  • Detail oriented.
  • Able to work Mon-Fri. schedule/12 months per year, 35 hours per week. 

Application Process:
Complete an employment application; a cover letter outlining your application for the position; include three professional references and a resume to Ms. Ann Wolfe, Assistant Controller. Applicants should submit pdf documents via email [email protected].

(Posted 06042019)


Responsible for providing for a safe and efficient mode of transportation for the St. Thomas Aquinas College Community. Transportation will be coordinated using St. Thomas Aquinas College Vehicles or rented/leased vehicles. Conducts a safety inspection of the assigned vehicle prior to operation. Maintains records of work performed. Provides information and general assistance to the STAC Community.


  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license issued in the United States and be allowed to legally operate a motor vehicle.
  • Minimum of two (2) years driving experience
  • Experience driving vans and larger vehicles preferred
  • Successfully complete a driver’s history check, criminal background check, employment history check, and reference check.

Application Process:
Send application and 3 names/contact information for 3 professional references to Mr. James Nawoichyk, Director of Safety and Security at [email protected].

(Posted 11282016)

Campus Safety & Security Officer

Responsible for performing activities to ensure the safety and security of all students, faculty, and staff, guests, and campus facilities, and to enforce college policy/procedure as well as applicable local, state, and federal laws. Interact with local law enforcement as necessary. Individual must maintain a flexible work schedule. Primary work hours will be evenings, nights and weekends.

Requires valid driver’s license; NYS security guard registration; ability to meet physical demands of position and ability to effectively communicate with others. Knowledge/use of computers and Microsoft applications beneficial.

Application Process
Send application and three names/contact information for three professional references to Mr. James Nawoichyk, Director of Safety and Security at [email protected].

(Posted 09302016)