D'Youville College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to excellence in education and employment through diversity. The College embraces diversity and defines it to include race, gender, national origin, ethnicity, religion, social class, age, sexual orientation, and physical and learning ability.
Applications should be submitted as specified in the job posting and include a cover letter with reference to the title of the position.
D’Youville offers a full range of employee benefits including tuition waivers for
employees and their eligible dependents.
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As D'Youville College begins its second century, the college seeks dynamic individuals that will be central to its success with a commitment to its mission.
Our philosophy is that through lifelong learning, educated people are committed to use their talents to contribute to the betterment of the local and world communities, and seek excellence in their personal and professional endeavors.
D’Youville College believes that there are four foundation stones in an effective learning environment: academic preparation, practical experience, a consistent value structure and a concern for the betterment of the community.
As a community of scholars, D'Youville College values the free exchange of ideas and encourages diverse points of view and the rigorous examination of assumptions.
D’Youville College provides equality of opportunity to all persons in respect to employment and to admission of students. The College does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, gender, age, creed, marital status, sexual orientation, veteran status, national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, hiring policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school administered programs.
It continues to be the policy of D’Youville College not to discriminate on the basis of disability. No person is denied admission, employment or access solely because of any physical, mental, or medical impairment, which is unrelated to the ability to engage in activities involved in the education requirements or occupation for which applications have been made.
For more information, review D'Youville's non-discrimination policy.