Welcome to the Mercyhurst community!
Mercyhurst University seeks to attract, develop and retain quality and committed faculty, staff and administration. With hospitality central to the Mercy Mission, we’re committed to building a culturally diverse workplace that resembles the world we seek to serve. We believe our students’ educations are best served through a challenging learning experience that defies sameness of thought and offers exposure to unfamiliar dimensions of the world. Living, learning and working at Mercyhurst means being part of a campus that insists on respect for all people. At Mercyhurst, we’ve come to recognize diversity is nearly limitless in scope. Our campus welcomes people of different faiths, ethnicities, cultural traditions, sexual and gender identities, and socioeconomic backgrounds—and there’s always room for more.
We invite you read on and learn more about what it means to be part of the Mercyhurst community. If you’re not yet familiar with our region, you can also explore what it’s like to live and work in Erie, Pennsylvania, and North East, Pennsylvania.
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August 5, 2020 Desk Worker
July 29, 2020 Head Field Hockey Coach
July 10, 2020 Director of Finance and Budget
July 1, 2020 Adjunct Professor of Statistics
June 15, 2020 Police Officer
June 12, 2020 Cheerleading Head Coach
May 11, 2020 Men and Women's Cross Country Head Coach
May 11, 2020 Women's Soccer Assistant Coach/Developmental Team Head Coach
May 8, 2020 Instructional Designer
Mar. 3, 2020 Communications Officer
Erie, Pennsylvania—one of USA Today’s Top 25 Best Small College Towns—is a place with small-town personality and big-city opportunities. Located on the southern shore of Lake Erie, Erie’s most beautiful attraction is Presque Isle State Park, offering 13 miles of sandy beaches and a 22-mile multipurpose trail—perfect for swimming, boating, biking, kayaking or catching an incredible sunset.
There’s plenty to do in the city and surrounding area, too: history, art and children’s museums; world-class entertainment at the Erie Playhouse or Warner Theatre; dining at any number of first-rate restaurants; countless shopping opportunities; minor league sports teams (baseball, hockey and basketball); and skiing at a nearby ski resorts, just to name a few.
Check out visiteriepa.com to learn more about all that Erie has to offer.
Located 15 miles northeast of Erie, in the heart of Lake Erie Wine Country, North East, Pennsylvania, is a quaint and historic borough of about 4,300 residents. North East’s downtown is on the National Register of Historic Places and throughout the region you’ll find numerous wineries, art galleries, antique shops, scenic nature trails and bike paths, and Lake Erie beaches. Whether you’re seeking relaxing views of vineyards and orchards or breathtaking sunsets on the lake, you’ll be sure to find them here.
Check out nechamber.org to learn more about the North East region.