In a reflection of our commitment to just living,
Sisters of the Holy Cross, Inc. has raised the minimum starting wage to $15 per hour.
This move is an expression of our gratitude for every team member. We deeply appreciate our employees and the gifts and talents they bring to their work and relationships.
Join Our Mission
We welcome your interest in exploring employment opportunities at Sisters of the Holy Cross, Inc.
The Sisters of the Holy Cross are a Roman Catholic congregation of women religious who live and serve on four continents. Their ministries focus on providing education and health care services, eradicating material poverty, ending gender discrimination, and promoting just, mutual relationships among people, countries, and the Earth community.
Sisters of the Holy Cross Inc. offers various employment opportunities that help advance the mission of the sisters around the world and provide supportive care for them at their home at Saint Mary’s, Notre Dame, Indiana. Job opportunities are in the areas of nutrition and food services, building and ground maintenance, nursing and assisted care, housekeeping, office/clerical, finance and accounting, information technology, communications, and administration.
We are taking only online applications at this time.
In an effort to keep our sisters, staff and yourself safe, we are currently conducting phone and virtual interviews. To apply, review the job descriptions of our current openings and then download and complete the application. Then simply email your application to us and feel welcome to call us with any questions.
To apply online to some of our current openings, visit Indeed.com.
Growth and advancement with Sisters of the Holy Cross, Inc.
Departments post job vacancies within the organization before recruiting external candidates. This policy ensures current employees are given first consideration for promotional and growth opportunities that align with their personal career goals.
Participates with teammates in the preparation and serving of food and beverages for the sisters and employees. Assists with serving, cleaning and distributing dishes and utensils, and stocking food items and supplies while following sanitary guidelines at all times.… Read More
Provides in-home, individualized care for sisters, assisting with daily living activities, meal planning and service, personal care, laundry care, light housekeeping, and supporting meaningful life engagement activities. Develops personal relationships with sisters to understand their wants and needs in support of person-directed living.… Read More
Sisters of the Holy Cross Inc. provides a comprehensive benefits package for employees. Below is a listing of current benefit offerings. Availability of these benefits varies depending on whether the employee has full-time status or part-time status. This is a general list and is subject to change.
- Adoption Assistance
- Employee Assistance Program
- Health Care Plan
- Prescription Medication Plan
- Dental Plan
- Vision Plan
- Flexible Spending Accounts
(Health and Dependent Care)
- Basic Life Insurance
- Optional Supplemental Life Insurance (Employee, Spouse and Children)
- Optional Voluntary Accidental Death and Dismemberment (Employee Only)
- Short-Term Disability
- Long-Term Disability
- Paid Holidays
- Sick Time
- Vacation Time
- Personal Holiday Time Off
- Service Award Paid Time Off
- 403(b) Retirement Savings Plan
- Tuition Assistance
- Bereavement Leave
- Dining Services
- Discounts at Saint Mary’s College and University of Notre Dame Bookstores
Equal opportunity employer
It is the policy of Sisters of the Holy Cross Inc. that, as required by law, equal employment opportunities be available to all employees and job applicants in hiring, promotion, discharge, compensation and other terms, conditions and privileges of employment, without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, veteran status, citizen status, disability, sexual orientation or any other category protected by law.
Appropriate steps will be taken to provide reasonable accommodations upon request to qualified individuals with disabilities, so long as doing so does not cause an undue hardship.
Individuals under age 18 who have not yet graduated from high school, as well as anyone who is a resident alien or not a citizen of the United States, must obtain and provide to Human Resources a valid work authorization permit.
If a previously valid authorization expires during the course of employment, the employee cannot be allowed to work again until Human Resources has received the proper authorization document. It is the responsibility of the employee to maintain acceptable work authorization status; failure to do so will result in termination of employment.
Human Resources will conduct job reference checks on all employment candidates as part of the process of extending a job offer. Reference checks include former employers, personal references, and other sources. Unsatisfactory references or falsification of information on the employment application may lead to no offer of employment or subsequent discharge.