The Office of Human Resources is a strategic partner at SCNM working to maximize the potential of our greatest asset – our employees – while contributing to the vital success of the organization.
The Human Resources Department is an effective partner in support of SCNM’s mission and naturopathic principles. We foster and promote an environment which encourages innovation and embraces change; where trust, respect, inclusion and fairness are shared values.
SCNM values and aims to achieve broad diversity in its students, faculty, staff, administrators, board of trustees, vendors and patients. SCNM views diversity in the broadest sense including race, ethnicity, gender, social-economic background, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, veteran status, nationality, thinking styles and life experiences.
SCNM is committed to these ideals and will strive to create and foster a supportive environment that promotes inclusion, respect, community, and an appreciation for valuing differences. This culture will enable SCNM to create learning and work environments where all are free to fully contribute and reach their maximum potential.
SCNM is an equal opportunity employer.
Employment opportunities for faculty, staff, and contract positions are posted to the Career Center when available.
We encourage qualified applicants to submit a resume and cover letter (including salary requirements).
At SCNM, our employees are our most valuable asset. That’s why we are committed to a comprehensive employee benefit program that helps our employees remain healthy, feel secure and maintain a work/life balance. SCNM contributes to the cost of the majority of the benefits offered.
New hires are eligible for participation in the benefit package on the first of the month following their hire date. The benefit package available to full-time employees includes the following:
Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, in compliance with state and federal laws and regulations, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, age, disability, national or ethnic origin, veteran’s status, religion, sexual orientation or marital status in the administration of educational policies, admission policies, financial aid, employment or any other program, practice or activity.