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A career at Marylhurst University could be your gateway to professional growth and success. Marylhurst has job opportunities in a variety of fields and offers a comprehensive benefits package.

Marylhurst University is an equal opportunity employer. Employment is contingent upon clear results of a thorough background check.

Listings on this page reflect the current faculty, administrative and support staff job openings.

Submitting resumes

Email to resume@marylhurst.edu or mail to Human Resources, Marylhurst University, PO Box 261, Marylhurst OR 97036. Marylhurst University only accepts resumes for current openings.

Download a Marylhurst University Application for Employment (PDF) for your submission.   Complete, save a copy, and attach with any other requested application materials as listed in the position description.

Current openings


Event Set-up and Janitorial
Primarily responsible for set up and removal of all equipment, furniture, and signage, for university events. When not setting up for events, responsible for thorough cleaning of all designated building spaces, meeting quality standards within budgeted time.

Janitor (On-Call)
Responsible for thorough cleaning of all designated building spaces, while meeting quality standards within budgeted time.

Admissions Specialist (CLOSED)
Responsible for tracking, processing, and maintaining admission application files, records, and support documents. Assist in providing general administrative support to the Office of Admissions.

Director of Human Resources
Responsible for the overall administration and leadership of Marylhurst University's human resources; including planning, implementing, coordinating and evaluating services, functions, and programs consistent with the university's mission and overall vision. Responsible for partnering with managers to provide support, education and advice on appropriate application of human resources, best practice policies, and procedures.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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