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Employment Opportunities

To view a list of career opportunities with Providence College, please visit the Human Resources Career Site.

Notice of Non-Discrimination

To view the Providence College Notice of Non-Discrimination, please visit the General Counsel Policy Manual.

Americans with Disabilities Act

Providence College and the Office of Human Resources are committed to serving our faculty and staff to meet the highest potential of their abilities. Because of this, Providence College recognizes that not all employees are the same and, furthermore, that each employee is defined by a different combination of skills, abilities, experiences, and potential.  Faculty and staff with learning, physical, or psychological disabilities may need reasonable accommodations or services to ensure they can fulfill the duties of the position they hold.  To ensure these needs are met, the Office of Human Resources works to provide faculty and staff who may need individual accommodations in their office with the resources necessary for growth and success at Providence College.

In order to receive the most appropriate assistance, faculty and staff (or candidates) with disabilities should provide the Office of Human Resources with the most current and specific information that establishes the presence of a disability. This information should be provided as soon as possible to give the Human Resource office time to research available accommodations.  All communications regarding accommodations made with the College shall remain confidential, except as necessary to arrange or approve such accommodations.  The information shall not be used as criteria in making employment decisions.   To begin the process, complete the ADA Reasonable Accommodation form found in the MyPC portal on the HR Forms page and return it to the Office of Human Resources, Harkins Hall Room 302.

Upon receiving this information, the Senior Associate Vice President for Human Resources can begin to determine the appropriate assistance and accommodations.

For more information about services for employees with disabilities please contact:   Margaret Card, Director of Benefits, 401.865.2746, mcard1@providence.edu


The College relies on its faculty and staff to perform their duties and responsibilities in accordance with established policies and procedures.  The College provides various mechanisms to assist and encourage faculty and staff and others to come forward in good faith with reports or concerns about suspected compliance issues.  Individuals may report such issues without fear of reprisal or retaliation.

Please click on the following link to view the Whistleblower Policy/Providence College Ethics Line.

Providence College has established an Ethics Line through the independent EthicsPoint website where reports can be filed.

EthicsPoint is a comprehensive and anonymous Internet and telephone based reporting tool that assists management and faculty and staff in working together to address fraud, misconduct, and other violations in the workplace, while helping to cultivate a positive work environment.

EthicsPoint helps ensure that employees can file a report anonymously and in the manner most comfortable or convenient to the individual.  To report via the toll free phone number, call 1-800-523-5145, or please click on the link below to make a report via the internet.

Visit the Providence College Ethics Line/EthicsPoint

Jeanne Clery Disclosure

As provided by the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1998, prospective students and employees are entitled to request and receive a copy of the College’s Annual Security Report.  The report includes statistics for the past three years concerning crimes (whether they occurred on campus, in off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by the College, or on public property adjacent to campus) reported to campus security authorities.  Each report also provides campus policies and practices concerning security – how to report sexual assault and other crimes, crime prevention efforts, policies/laws governing alcohol and drugs, victims’ assistance programs, student discipline, campus resources, and other matters.  The Security Report is available on-line.

If you do not have access to the internet, you may obtain a copy of the Security Report from the Office of Safety and Security by submitting a request in writing directly to: Providence College, Executive Director of Safety and Security, 1 Cunningham Square. Providence RI.  02918-0001