Employment at Mines
Employment services at SD Mines are provided by the Human Resources department, which provides services to employees, students and the general public including: compensation administration, payroll processing, benefits and leave administration, position administration, recruitment and selection administration, employee relations(policy development, employment law, employee grievances, disciplinary issues, etc.), training and development, etc. Our mission is to partner with employees, students and administration to promote a work environment that is characterized by fair treatment, open communications, personal accountability, trust and mutual respect.
State Positions at the School of Mines (Faculty and Staff)
A majority of university employment opportunities can be accessed through the SDBOR Employment website, which lists faculty and staff job opportunities for nine academic institutions in the state of South Dakota.
South Dakota Board of Regents Employment Website
Non-State Positions at the School of Mines
SD Mines Foundation, Alumni Association and Hardrock Club positions:
No positions available.
Students Positions at the School of Mines
Student employment opportunities are listed on the
Residence Life website. Find more resources for Work-Study and Non-Work-Study opportunities at our
Student Employment webpage.
Campus Safety and Fire Safety Report
The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act
The South Dakota School of Mines & Technology is committed to the
safety and security of our students and employees. To educate our
community members about important policies and to help keep our
community safe, we prepare the Campus Safety and Fire Safety Report
yearly. This report is available online through the Community Standards Website. This site contains information required under the Jeanne Clery
Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and includes information about
crime prevention, Board of Regents and University policies, and other
important campus security information. The site also includes crime
statistics from the three previous calendar years—including information
about on-campus locations, University-affiliated or controlled
off-campus property, and public property adjacent to campus.