Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: (814) 472-3931 (direct dial)
Human Resources Office, Main Raymond Hall, 1st Floor (814) 472-3264
The Saint Francis University Office of Human Resources is a team of servant leaders dedicated to guiding administrators, faculty, and staff in their work to support the University's mission. We are inspired by and strive to live by the Franciscan values of humility, generosity, reverence, service, respect, prayer, and joy.
Please also visit Human Resource Happenings for information on employee awards, years of service and the most recent personnel reports.
Benefits (Health, Dental, Retirement, Telemedicine, Vision)
Disability(Short and Long Term)
Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
Health & Wellness
Performance Planning & Assessment Tools
Personnel Action Form & Instructions
Separation from the University
Individuals who apply for employment at Saint Francis University are choosing to put themselves forward
as potential members of the Saint Francis community. They are beginning to imagine what their future
could hold should they work as partners for the advancement of the University’s mission in Catholic
For these reasons, the University takes seriously the responsibility to articulate its mission and values in
a clear manner for applicants who have been invited to campus to interview for a position.
The following process will occur after you have been selected for a position and before your first day of work:
Forms for completion by newly hired employees are:
Departments that are looking at filling a position on campus will collaborate with the Human Resource department to recruit candidates and assist with the onboarding process once a candidate is selected.
Please note that orientation sessions are conducted on the second Tuesday of each month from 9 a.m. to noon in the Raymond Hall Conference Room. All newly hired employees will receive an invitation from the Human Resources office requesting their attendance at the session. Please note that orientation is mandatory for all new full and part time employees.
Required forms for internal departmental use are listed below:
Thank you for your interest in employment at Saint Francis University. Our community is our greatest strength, and the friendly atmosphere on campus tends to make employment here quite enjoyable.
The University offers generous employment benefits and many opportunities for professional development.
If you are interested in applying for a position, please:
Please also note that as an employee of the University, your safety and security is always of primary importance. For crime information and statistics, you may request an electronic copy of the Clery Reprt or view it online.
Employees are one of our greatest assets and because of this, the University strives to provide comprehensive benefits that help contribute to the work-life balance for all. Listed below is the detailed information related to the benefits available to current full-time employees of the university.
In addition to the health benefits provided, you can also search for a provider in the western Pennsylvania or Pittsburgh area if needed.
Degree and non degree seeking employees may enroll in up to two
undergraduate or graduate courses per semester with a full waiver of tuition. New full-time
staff must have completed their introductory period or have been employed for ninety (90)
calendar days following their full time hire date, which ever comes first, before they are
eligible to enroll in any courses.
Generally, degree seeking employees are limited to two courses per semester. However,
degree seeking employees may receive approval for a tuition waiver for additional courses by
filing a personal academic plan with their advisor and supervisor. An approved personal
academic plan requires the employee have completed their introductory period or have been
employed for ninety (90) calendar days following their full time hire date, whichever comes first;
be enrolled strictly on a part-time basis; and be expected to continue employment for at least
two years upon earning a degree.
Employees working less than full-time who have completed one year of
service and worked at least 1000 hours (in accordance with the matching contribution eligibility
provision in the retirement plan) may enroll in one undergraduate, continuing education, or
graduate course per semester on a space available basis without a tuition charge. An
employee will be contacted by the benefits manager when he/she becomes eligible.
University retirees may enroll in one graduate, undergraduate, or continuing
education course on a space available basis per semester. (For this policy retirees are defined
as those full-time employees retiring at a minimum age of 62 with 10 years of service or at any
age with 25 years of service)
Please see the entire educational opportunity policy for specific exclusions and conditions.
Spouses and unmarried dependent children* of full-time employees, and siblings of Franciscans
may enroll in undergraduate or continuing education courses.
Tuition benefits begin the next
semester following the completion of the following years of service:
Departments that are looking at filling a position on campus will collaborate with the Human Resource department to recruit candidates and assist with the onboarding process once a candidate is selected. Please note that orientation sessions are conducted on the second Tuesday of each month from 9 a.m. to noon in the Raymond Hall Conference Room. All newly hired employees will receive an invitation from the Human Resources office requesting their attendance at the session. Please note that orientation is mandatory for all new full and part time employees.
Required forms for internal departmental use are listed below:
Benefits and Programs
Campus Health and Safety
Campus Services and Procedures
Code of Ethics
Compensation and Salary Administration
Employment Policies and Practices
History, Mission, Organization and Governance
Print a full copy of the University Policies and Personnel Handbook
The Human Resources Department is located on the first floor of Raymond Hall.
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