Contact us

Office of Human Resources
Room 221, Old Main
Saint Martin's University
5000 Abbey Way SE
Lacey, WA 98503

Phone: 360-491-4700
Fax: 360-486-8891

Email: hro@stmartin.edu


Employee resources

Office of Human Resources

Saint Martin’s University is a place where teaching, learning and the sharing of ideas extends far beyond the classrooms. Through the interaction of faith, reason and service each member of our community--students, faculty and staff--makes a difference in one another’s lives, and in the life of the University.

When you become a part of Saint Martin’s University, you become a part of a community of a diverse blend of talented enthusiastic individuals who encourages the understanding of varied viewpoints and the appreciation of all cultures.

Office of Human Resources mission statement

The Office of Human Resources is committed to providing a respectful and welcoming environment for members of the Saint Martin’s community and visitors. We are dedicated to serving and advising members of our community in their work through providing strategic leadership and efficient and effective business processes. We succeed by earning the satisfaction, respect and trust of those who support us and do business with us.

Office of Human Resources staff

Cynthia Johnson, associate vice president and
Title IX coordinator

360-486-8131
Cynthia handles position control, policy development and implementation, compensation management, performance management, employee relations and investigations (including serving as Title IX Coordinator for the University), health and safety, training and development.

Cyndy Myers, human resource coordinator
360-438-4502
Cyndy handles the recruitment, selection and hiring process, employee benefits processing, administrative support to the associate vice president for human resources and office management.

Office of Human Resources values

Community – To be a part of a group of diverse individuals sharing common interests; to become who we are by our relationships with others. “Let all things be common to all.” — Rule of Benedict 33

Justice – To ensure the principle of fairness that like cases should be treated alike; to work toward a just order in our immediate environment and in the larger society. “That in all things God may be glorified” — Rule of Benedict 57

Stewardship – To be responsible for the oversight and protection of something worth caring for and preserving; to appreciate and to care lovingly for all the goods of this place. “Regard all utensils as if they were the sacred vessels of the altar.” — Rule of Benedict 31

Hospitality – To present a friendly reception and treatment to all; to offer warmth, acceptance and joy in welcoming others. “Let all...be received as Christ.” — Rule of Benedict 53

Respect for persons – To treasure the multitude of distinctions and differences in everyone; to respect each person regardless of class, background or professional skill; “No one is to pursue what is judged best for oneself, but instead, what is better for someone else.” — Rule of Benedict 72

Listening – To provide open and effective communication with a focus on ethics, integrity, honesty and confidentiality; to hear keenly and sensitively the voices of persons and all created beings. “Listen…with the ear of your heart.” — Rule of Benedict Prologue