Employment Opportunities

Benedictine College's mission as a Catholic, Benedictine, liberal arts, residential institution of higher learning is “the education of men and women within a community of faith and scholarship,” and we are committed to surrounding our students with exceptional faculty, staff and administrators who further this mission.

  • Community: Employees at Benedictine College are expected to foster a spirit of respect and good will that reaches to all aspects of life on campus, from classrooms and residence halls to locker rooms and office spaces.
  • Faith: Benedictine College is committed to sharing with all members of our community the beauty and mystery of the Catholic faith as revealed in the person of Jesus Christ and handed down through the teachings of the Church. Employees are expected to uphold an environment in which this faith is able to grow and bear fruit in the hearts and lives of students, faculty and staff.
  • Scholarship: Faculty and staff are expected to be driven towards teaching and supporting students academically with the best that has been thought and written, towards developing graduates who are critical thinkers, who read, speak, and write well, and who are personally and professionally prepared for life’s challenges on a local and global scale.

Our mission can Transform Culture in America by modeling community, supporting faith and committing to scholarship. Your talent can accelerate our progress in this goal.

All members of the Benedictine College community are Ravens. As Ravens, we embrace our mission to educate within a community of faith and scholarship

To fulfill our mission, Ravens embody these characteristics which exemplify the key elements of the Benedictine College Mission and Values:

  • Above all, a Raven is Christ-Centered.
  • Community: A Raven is collaborative, hospitable, and engaged.
  • Faith: A Raven is faithful, steadfast, and joyful.
  • Scholarship: A Raven is thoughtful, competent, and committed to greatness.

Health Care Benefits

(Provided in partnership with the Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas to ensure full compliance with Catholic doctrine.)

  • Health Insurance (70% employer paid)
  • Dental Insurance (70% employer paid)
  • Vision Insurance
  • Prescription Drug Insurance
  • Disability Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Health Savings Account
  • Employee Assistance Program (100% Employer Paid)

Tuition Assistance Benefits

  • 100% undergraduate tuition remission for qualifying employees and dependents
  • 100% graduate tuition remission for qualifying employees
  • Participation in three tuition exchange programs: Council of Independent Colleges, Catholic College Cooperative Tuition Exchange, and The Tuition Exchange
  • 80% tuition discount for dependents to attend Maur Hill-Mount Academy, a 9-12 Catholic, College Preparatory School
  • 25% tuition discount to attend Saint Benedict Catholic School, a pre-K through 8 Catholic School

Financial Planning Benefit

  • 403b Retirement Plan with 5% employer match after one year of service
  • No cost financial advisory services available through Two West Advising

Time Off Benefits

  • Paid time off for vacation and sick leave and eight (8) paid scheduled holidays
  • Six floating holidays to qualifying administrative staff
  • Five days of paid parental leave to employees (mother or father) following the birth or adoption of a child.
  • Three-day grandparent leave

Additional Benefits

  • Relocation allowance
  • $1,000 new child gift

On Campus Benefits

  • Opportunities for spiritual growth through prayer, sacraments, service, and mission work
  • No cost flu shot clinic
  • Murphy Recreation Center
  • Campus library with more than 250,000 volumes
  • Free admission for employee and family to regular season athletic events
  • Volunteer opportunities including Hunger Coalition, Project Uplift, and Sleep in Heavenly Peace

Atchison Benefits


  • Access to pre-K through 16 Catholic education
  • Strong Atchison area homeschool community, including a Classical Education Co-op and extracurricular activities
  • Recognized public school system

Culture and Recreation

  • Amelia Earhart Museum
  • Atchison Community Theatre
  • Paved riverfront walking path
  • Seasonal Farmer's Market
  • Annual Amelia Earhart Festival
  • Local restaurants and shopping on Commercial Street
  • Atchison Family YMCA
  • Fetch and Stretch Dog Park

Regional Interest

  • Downtown Kansas City: One Hour
  • Union Station Kansas City: One Hour
  • Topeka, Kansas: One Hour
  • St. Joseph, Missouri: 45 Minutes
  • Weston, Missouri: 25 Minutes
  • Leavenworth, Kansas: 30 Minutes

Employee Discounts

  • Raven Store
  • Atchison Family YMCA
  • AT&T
  • Dairy Queen

Employment Opportunities for Students

If you are looking for Work Study employment on campus, please view a list of departments and open positions on this website.

Faculty Openings

Staff Openings


Graduate Assistant Openings

Graduate Assistants act as helpers to their departments, students or professors in a research or administrative capacity. Their primary responsibilities include assisting with various administrative tasks, organizing campus events and conducting various research tasks.