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Hiring for Mission

The Center for Mission and Identity has developed a Hiring and Orientation for Mission Program. This is a more intentional process with a deliberate strategy to enhance our mission and Catholic and Benedictine identity. The goals of the new program are to:

  1. Better delineate expectations of all faculty and staff, regardless of religious orientation, to be knowledgeable of and support the Catholic mission of the University.
  2. Hire individuals whose philosophy aligns with our Catholic Benedictine tradition and values.
  3. Extend a familiarity with the intellectual habits and resources within the Catholic intellectual tradition, Catholic social teaching, and the Benedictine wisdom tradition.
  4. Provide Catholic, non-Catholic Christian, non-Christian University employees and those of no faith with the opportunity to contribute to the “intellectual landscape” in which serious moral and religious questions can be addressed; and to enter into dialogue with one another in order to understand that which unites our traditions and to respect that which is distinct.
  5. Instill an appreciation of the institution’s responsibility to serve the Catholic Church.
  6. Create opportunities for each employee’s professional, academic and spiritual growth.

For additional information or questions, please contact Peter Huff at phuff@ben.edu.

Hiring for Mission Orientation Videos

1. Welcome to Mission Orientation

2. The History of Benedictine University and the Monks of St. Proopius Abbey

3. The Benedictine Charism within the University

4: University Identity - Mission, Vision, and Commitment Statements

5. Benedictine University as a Welcoming, Inclusive Academic Community

6. Academic Freedom within the Catholic Intellectual Tradation

7. Catholic Social Teaching in the University

8. Engaging the Mission at Benedictine University

Alcohol and Drug Policy

Description: Guidelines regarding the use, sale, delivery, possession and consumption of alcoholic beverages in or on any property owned or controlled by the University.

Violence Prevention Initiatives

Description: Information about our policies and initiatives related to preventing and responding to incidents of gender based violence (sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, and sexual harassment)

Title IX
It is the policy of Benedictine University to comply with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, which prohibits discrimination based on sex (including sexual harassment and sexual violence) in the University’s educational program or activity, employment, and admissions. Title IX also prohibits retaliation for asserting or otherwise participating in or refusing to participate in the investigation of claims of sex discrimination. If you have any questions contact Dr. Tammy Sarver, Title IX Coordinator, Scholl Hall 228L; 630-829-6473; (tsarver@ben.edu), or in Arizona, Dr. Julie Cowgill,  Gillett Hall 230; 480-878-6703; (jcowgill@ben.edu), Deputy Title IX Coordinator. Additional information about reporting sexual harassment on campus and Title IX can be found at www.ben.edu/compliance/title-ix.cfm.

Title IX Policy and Reporting Title IX Policy

Office of Human Resources
BENEDICTINE UNIVERSITY
Human Resources
Benedictine University
5700 College Road
Lisle, IL 60532
Phone: (630) 829-6020
Fax: (630) 960-9946
Email: humanresources@ben.edu
Hours: 8:30 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.