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    Our Mission

    Human Resources Mission Statement: The Office of Human Resources is a people oriented organization focused on providing comprehensive policies, programs and services for our people in alignment with the core values of the College. It supports the needs and interests of the members of the campus community and serves the mission of Le Moyne College.

    Human Resources Vision: 
    To be a premier Human Resources department driven by a spirit of excellence and care for the development and well-being of the whole person

    Discover our Jesuit values

    Karin Botto - Assistant Vice President for Human Resources & Organization Development
    Timothy Barrett - Director for Human Resources
    Diann Darmody-Ferris - Assistant Director for Human Resources
    Amy Zubieta, RYT - Assistant Director for Human Resources

    lemoynehr@lemoyne.edu
    Office: 315.445.4155
    Fax: 315.445.6023

    Le Moyne College, located in Syracuse, N.Y., is an independent college established by the Jesuits in 1946 to provide students with a values-based, comprehensive academic program designed to foster intellectual excellence and preparation for a life of leadership and service. Today, Le Moyne has evolved into a nationally acclaimed college of liberal arts and sciences that draws students from across the U.S. and abroad.

    Interested in learning more? Download the Le Moyne College Green BookThe Green Book is given to each new member of our community to help explain the Jesuit tradition in all that we do. 


    Inspired by St. Ignatius of Loyola's capacity to find God in all things, Le Moyne seeks to build a respectful, welcoming campus culture that celebrates difference and models inclusion. Uniqueness is expressed through gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, age physical and mental attributes, and religious an political beliefs. A Catholic, Jesuit college has a particular responsibility to provide an environment for the safe and nurturing exploration of difference, while also offering rich, ample opportunities for students to pursue the Jesuit ideal of "education in dialogue with the world." 

    These two awards are presented at Fall Convocation to honor outstanding work among members of the Le Moyne College community.  

    The Ignatian Mission Award: Living the Le Moyne vision acknowledges an employee’s pursuit of the Le Moyne vision “to be a premier Jesuit college where diverse talents meet to foster academic excellence, integrity and a commitment to justice.” St. Ignatius of Loyola, the founder of the Jesuits, believed that education should be driven by the purpose of seeking God in all things, and of promoting God’s kingdom thru the service of men and women. The Ignatian Mission Award is based on an employee’s commitment and support to Le Moyne's vision. 

    The Annual Magis Award: Spirit of Excellence acknowledges employees’ pursuit of excellence throughout the year. “Magis” translated literally from Latin means “more.” Within the context of our Jesuit heritage, it refers to the value that St. Ignatius of Loyola placed on responding gratefully and generously to God’s goodness by striving for excellence in all that we do, and all that we are. To that end, the Annual Magis Award is based on a performance that exemplifies excellence beyond normal duties: service, leadership or through other professional contributions. 

    2016 Magis Award Recipients:

  • Katie Roberts, enrollment-scheduling coordinator
  • Laurie Skerpon, accounts payable assistant
  • 2016 Ignatian Mission Award Recipient:

  • Shawn Ward, Ph.D., associate professor of psychology
  • In keeping with our mission, Le Moyne's faculty and staff work together throughout the year to give back to our community.  Each fall, the campus participates in "Le Moyne Cans Hunger" - a 12-week drive to support the Interreligious Food Consortium. The  College collects roughly a ton of food each year.  The campus has also worked together to provide books to students at Cathedral Academy at Pompei and to collect goods for Vera House. Le Moyne's Employee Forum also sponsors "Jeans Fridays" throughout the year to provide financial support to students, alumni, and community members suffering personal hardship.  

     
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    Why Le Moyne?

    "The collegiality and whole-hearted commitment of my co-workers to the service of others, supporting others to realize their full potential. The creativity in the process of living this mission is what keeps me engaged every day in the workplace, and creates a broader sense of fulfillment in my life outside of work." - Pat Bliss, Director of the Center for Continuing Education

    Heritage & Commitment

    Office Information Our normal office hours are Monday through Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm. Office: Grewen Hall 209C Email:  lemoynehr@lemoyne.edu Phone: (315) 445-4155 Directions to the Office of Human Resources