The Adrian Dominican Sisters employ approximately 300 individuals in wide variety of capacities at the “Motherhouse” campus in Adrian, Michigan, as well as a few individuals in other states where the Congregation has regional offices. We are an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.
Co-workers employed by the Adrian Dominican Sisters enjoy a rewarding work environment and exceptional benefits. We offer medical, dental and vision insurance along with employer paid short term disability, life insurance and a defined benefit pension plan to all part- and full-time positions working at least 20 hours per week. All full-time co-workers also receive employer paid long term disability coverage and are eligible for tuition reimbursement though Siena Heights University.
Working with the Adrian Dominican Sisters offers an opportunity of more than just a job, it offers the chance to share in ministry.
If you are interested in seeking employment with the Adrian Dominican Sisters, please email your resume to our
Applicants can view the Employee Polygraph Protection Act poster (required by the Department of Labor).
Here are job descriptions for current openings:
- Cook, Part-Time (pdf)
- Housekeeper (pdf)
- Pastoral Care Chaplain (pdf)
- Director of Spiritual Life (pdf)
- Nursing Assistants (pdf)
At the Adrian Dominican Sisters, we intentionally use the term “co-worker” instead of the usual term, employee. By performing the duties associated with their positions, our co-workers contribute to the common effort we all make to advance the Mission of the Congregation and to create the best possible environment for the Sisters who live and minister here, as well as for all of us who have accepted employment on campus. The work that each co-worker performs and the gifts that he or she brings to the job have great value. Together, we all share in the opportunity to make good things happen through our combined efforts.
The Adrian Dominican Sisters, in partnership with co-workers, carries on the mission of God’s compassionate love for the world with awareness of the special dimensions of justice and peace. We value and strive to create a work environment that upholds:
Human Dignity—respect and reverence for individual differences, the innate goodness of co-workers and their desire for full personhood.
Community—an environment where faith and life can be shared, relationships fostered and creative energies promoted for desired outcomes.
Value of work—as co-creators, work becomes a creative process of providing quality services in a caring manner, enhancing each person’s own personal development.
Inclusiveness—a workplace where we call one another to a wider vision and appreciation of the competencies and contributions of people of different races and cultural backgrounds.
Collaboration—shared ministry at all levels in mutually respectful relationships, structures, policies and operations.
Stewardship—faithful oversight of both human and financial resources that we hold in trust for the common good.
In order to put the Adrian Dominican Sisters Campus Mission Statement into action, it is the policy of the Adrian Dominican Sisters to provide equal employment opportunities in the recruitment, selection, placement and promotion of all persons. Adrian Dominican Sisters prohibits discrimination based upon religion, race, color, national origin, age, sex, height, weight, marital status, veteran status, genetic information, or disability (and other legally protected categories). Any person applying for a position must have the necessary skills, education, training, and experience for the position. Our Campus Mission Statement includes all persons regardless of religion, race, creed, color, sex or national origin.
Adrian Dominican Sisters
Partners in Mission Statement
created and embraced by co-workers:
In the mission of Jesus
we are together as partners
as we discover and identify ourselves
as co-workers called together
to share faith and life
with one another and
sent into our families, communities,
neighborhoods and world
to be with others
bearers and recipients of God’s love
co-creators of God’s justice and peace.
—November 29, 1994