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Welcome to the official site for employment opportunities at Washington College. We are pleased that you are interested in learning more about the dynamic career opportunities offered here.

Why work at Washington College? 

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Washington College is committed to attracting and retaining outstanding and diverse faculty and staff who will support the College’s mission to challenge and inspire students to discover lives of purpose and passion. Washington College ranks among the nation’s top 100 liberal arts colleges and is composed of a diverse student body of 1,450 undergraduates from 33 states and 22 nations. The student-to-faculty ration is 12-1 and of our 98 full-time faculty members, 94% hold a Ph.D. or equivalent. Faculty and students are supported by a staff of roughly 500 employees.

Click here to learn more about working at Washington College. 

Founded in 1782 under the patronage of George Washington, Washington College was the first college chartered in the new nation. An intellectual and cultural hub now in its third century, Washington College holds a significant place in the history of American higher education. The 120-acre campus is located in Chestertown, Maryland a residential community with a population of just over 5,000. Chestertown is less than 90 minutes from Baltimore, Washington D.C., and Philadelphia. For more information about the Chestertown community see: http://www.chestertown.com/index.php

 


Application Process

All Washington College positions at minimum require a High School Diploma or G.E.D. equivalent unless otherwise noted in the qualifications section of the job description. Washington College only accepts materials for those candidates who meet the minimum qualifications. 

Applicants should submit a letter of interest, resume, and contact information for three professional references through our online portal Consensus. If you have more than one document you would like to include under “Other Documentation,” please combine into one Word (.doc) or PDF file and upload under “Attach Other Document.” Washington College will begin considering applications immediately and all positions will remain open until filled. Notification is not given to a candidate when they are no longer being considered for a position. When a position has been filled, it is closed on Consensus and removed from the Washington College website.

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Equal Opportunity Employer Statement:

Washington College is an equal opportunity employer and, as such, takes affirmative action to insure that all qualified applicants for employment are considered, and employees are treated, in compliance with applicable laws and regulations governing equal opportunity and non-discrimination in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, disability, or other factors prohibited by law.

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Policy Statement on Discrimination: 

Washington College does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, genetic information, or any other legally protected classification in the administration of any of its educational programs and activities or with respect to admission and employment.

The designated coordinator to ensure compliance with Title IX of the Educational Act Amendments of 1972 is Darnell Parker, Director of Multicultural Affairs, Casey Academic Center, Washington College, 300 Washington Avenue, Chestertown, Maryland, 21620, phone number (410) 810-7457.

The designated coordinator to ensure compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 is, Andrea Vassar, Director of Academic Skills, Clifton Miller Library, Washington College, 300 Washington Avenue, Chestertown, Maryland, 21620, phone number (410) 778-7883.

For additional information and/or to file a complaint contact the Director, US Department of Education, Office of Civil Rights, The Wannamaker Building, 100 Penn Square East, Suite 515, Philadelphia, PA  19107, or local fair employment practices agencies.  

Please note: Positions are listed alphabetically, not by date posted. 

Faculty Positions

  • Assistant Professor of Computer Science (Tenure-Track)

    The Department of Mathematics & Computer Science at Washington College invites applications for a tenure-track position in computer science at the rank of Assistant Professor beginning in August 2015. The successful candidate will be expected to teach a variety of upper-level and introductory classes in computer science, and to supervise senior undergraduate theses. Expertise in games, networks, systems, and mobile devices or a willingness to teach and develop classes in these areas is welcomed. Candidates with backgrounds that enable them to teach introductory courses in mathematics including statistics will be looked upon positively. Candidates must have completed and been awarded a Ph.D. in computer science by July 31, 2015. The successful candidate will have a demonstrated commitment to teaching excellence, a strong interest in developing a career as a teacher-scholar in a liberal arts institution, and must show significant promise as a scholar.

    Washington College is a selective liberal arts college of 1450 students. The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science is housed in a recently constructed science center with state-of-the-art teaching and research labs. The college is located on a tributary of the Chesapeake Bay and is within 90 minutes of Washington D.C., Baltimore, and Philadelphia. Among the benefits offered by Washington College are domestic partner benefits and paid maternity/paternity leave.  For more information, please consult the college’s website (www.washcoll.edu) and the Department’s website (cs.washcoll.edu).

    Applicants should submit electronically their curriculum vitae, letter of interest, statement of teaching philosophy, statement of research interests, and undergraduate and graduate transcripts through the portal at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp. If you have more than one document that you would like to include under “Other Documentation,” please combine them into one PDF file and upload under “Attach Other Document.” Three current letters of reference and any inquiries should be emailed to comp_search@washcoll.edu or mailed to Bari Lynne Kersey at Washington College, 300 Washington Ave., Chestertown, MD, 21620. Review of applications will begin on November 01 and will continue until the position is filled. Washington College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minorities are especially encouraged to apply.

  • Assistant Professor of Marketing (Tenure-Track)

    The Washington College Department of Business Management seeks candidates for a full-time tenure-track Assistant Professor in Marketing position starting in August 2016.  Successful candidates will possess a passion for teaching undergraduate students in a liberal-arts environment, and enjoy fostering critical thinking, effective communication and moral courage by means of student engagement both in the classroom and beyond. Applicants should demonstrate both excellence in teaching and productive scholarly engagement with their fields. This is an opportunity for candidates who would thrive in a collegial environment that supports research, encourages interdisciplinary efforts within and beyond the department, and provides mentorship for junior faculty.  The successful candidate will participate in the planning and development of a new minor in Marketing.  The teaching load is three courses per semester, plus contribution to the college-wide first year writing and research program and compensated supervision of senior capstones.  The successful candidate should have a graduate degree in marketing or a related field (Ph.D. or D.B.A. preferred but not required).

     

    Washington College is a private, selective, independent liberal-arts college located in historic Chestertown on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, within easy driving distance to Washington, D.C., Baltimore, and Philadelphia.  Founded in 1782 under the patronage of George Washington, this tenth-oldest college in the country celebrates a rich heritage of producing citizen-leaders who have made significant impacts in their chosen endeavors. Its location central to the Chesapeake Bay provides both academic and recreational opportunities.  Business Management is viewed as a liberal art at Washington College; we characterize it as the active liberal art.  Visit these links to learn more about our mission and our approach to teaching:

    https://www.washcoll.edu/about/our-mission.php  and

    https://www.washcoll.edu/departments/business-management/why-business-management.php.

     

    Electronic copies of a statement of interest, curriculum vitae, references, and copies of teaching evaluations from the past two years may be submitted to the attention of Prof. Susan Vowels, Search Chair, Department of Business Management, Washington College, through our Consensus portal (https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp). For assistance accessing our online applicant portal, contact Human Resources at hr@washcoll.edu. For other questions, please contact Prof. Vowels, at svowels2@washcoll.edu.

     

    Review of applicants will be ongoing until the positions are filled. Washington College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse cultural environment and encourages applications from members of underrepresented groups. 

     

  • Assistant Professor of Mathematics (Tenure-Track)

    The Department of Mathematics & Computer Science of Washington College invites applications for a position in mathematics at the rank of Assistant Professor beginning in August 2015. The successful candidate will be expected to teach a variety of upper-level and introductory classes in mathematics, especially calculus, and to supervise senior undergraduate theses. Expertise in applied mathematics, or actuarial science, operations research and statistics, or a willingness to teach and develop classes in these areas is welcomed. Candidates with backgrounds that enable them to teach introductory courses in computer science will be looked upon positively. Candidates must have completed and been awarded a Ph.D. in mathematics by July 31, 2015. The successful candidate will have a demonstrated commitment to teaching excellence, a strong interest in developing a career as a teacher-scholar in a liberal arts institution, and must show significant promise as a scholar.

    Washington College is a selective liberal arts college of 1450 students. The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science is housed in a recently constructed science center with state-of-the-art teaching and research labs. The college is located on a tributary of the Chesapeake Bay and is within 90 minutes of Washington D.C., Baltimore, and Philadelphia. Among the benefits offered by Washington College are domestic partner benefits and paid maternity/paternity leave.  For more information, please consult the college’s website (www.washcoll.edu) and the Department’s website (math.washcoll.edu).

    Submit electronic copies of curriculum vitae, letter of interest, a statement of teaching philosophy, statement of research interests, and undergraduate and graduate transcripts through the portal at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp. If you have more than one document that you would like to include under “Other Documentation,” please combine them into one PDF file and upload under “Attach Other Document.” Three current letters of reference and any inquiries should be emailed to Bari Lynne Kersey at math_search@washcoll.edu or mailed to the same at Washington College, 300 Washington Ave., Chestertown, MD, 21620. Review of applications will begin on October 01 and will continue until the position is filled. Interviews may be conducted at the Joint Math Meetings in San Antonio TX in January 2015. Washington College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minorities are especially encouraged to apply.

  • Instructor of Applied Piano/Class Piano/Collaborative Piano

    Description

     

    The Department of Music at Washington College seeks to hire a fixed term (renewable) half-time position at the Lecturer Level in Applied Piano, Class Piano, and Collaborative Piano to begin in August 2015. The candidate should expect to be on campus 2-3 days a week, depending on performances and accompanying duties. We are seeking an imaginative and creative colleague with a commitment to innovative teaching and learning, experience in the liberal arts setting, and a diversity of solo and collaborative experiences focusing primarily on classical, but inclusive of jazz and contemporary styles. This position is renewable yearly by positive review from departmental Chair.

     

    Expectations

     

    • Teach undergraduate applied music and class piano for both majors and non-majors and provide leadership and vision in the maintenance of our piano curriculum.
    • Coach piano students involved in chamber music.
    • Accompany other student musicians in rehearsals, recitals, seminars and work collaboratively with other applied music faculty, including performing (when needed) at their studio classes.
    • Accompany large ensembles as needed (i.e. String Orchestra and Chorus).
    • Accompany guest artists.
    • Contribute annually to our faculty recital.
    • Support the Music department by meeting with prospective students, consulting with faculty on curriculum, meeting with students in an informal advisory role, collaborating with fellow faculty on special projects, and other related departmental matters.
    • Contribute to the life of the College in ways that are meaningful and specific to the candidate’s expertise and appropriate to a half-time position.

     

    Required Qualifications and Experience

     

    • Master’s Degree in music performance
    • Evidence of a diverse and active solo and collaborative performance career
    • Teaching experience at the college level
    • Evidence of demonstrated ability to teach and work with persons from culturally diverse backgrounds

     

    Preferred Qualifications and Experience

     

    • Doctorate of Musical Arts in piano performance
    • Preference will be given to candidates who demonstrate strong teaching skills and experience in classical, jazz, and contemporary piano styles including chart reading and improvisation.

     

    Washington College is a selective liberal arts college of 1450 students. The Department of Music is housed in the recently constructed Gibson Center for the Arts. The college is located on a tributary of the Chesapeake Bay and is within 90 minutes of Washington D.C., Baltimore, and Philadelphia. For more information, please consult the college’s website (www.washcoll.edu) and the Department’s website (music.washcoll.edu).


    Submit electronic copies of curriculum vitae, letter of interest, a statement of teaching philosophy, undergraduate and graduate transcripts through the portal at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp. If you have more than one document that you would like to include under “Other Documentation,” please combine them into one PDF file and upload under “Attach Other Document.” Three current letters of reference, links or mp3s of recordings, and any inquiries should be emailed to piano_search@washcoll.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Washington College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minorities are especially encouraged to apply.

     

  • Research & Information Literacy Librarian

    Responsibilities

    Washington College seeks an innovative and experienced librarian to provide vision and leadership of the library’s information literacy program. This is a 12-month faculty position at the assistant level reporting to the Dean of Library and Academic Technology. The Research & Information Literacy Librarian is responsible for further developing, integrating, coordinating and assessing the information literacy program across the curriculum in all four years; providing reference and research assistance to all members of the college community, particularly to the students; serving as the liaison to an academic division, department, or program; assisting with collection development, and the general operation of Library and Academic Technology; and engaging in faculty activities. The Research & Information Literacy Librarian works closely with the Director of Access Services to balance reference workload and scheduling. Evening, weekend and occasional Sunday work is required.

     

    Qualification

    Required Qualifications: MLS, MLIS or equivalent degree from an ALA-accredited program. Related library research and teaching experience; minimum of three years of experience as an instruction librarian in an academic institution; knowledge of the role of information literacy in an academic institution; demonstrated knowledge of Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education, Objectives for Information Literacy Instruction, and best practices in information literacy; awareness of new trends in information literacy; demonstrated ability to manage projects and to work collegially in a team environment; demonstrated knowledge of outcome-based assessment practices; demonstrated ability to use technology effectively to enhance information literacy instruction; demonstrated experience with course management system, such as Blackboard and Canvas; excellent interpersonal and communication skills; strong commitment to teaching; ability and interest in fulfilling job performance requirements in scholarship, professional development and service for promotion; strong customer-service orientation; a commitment to a liberal arts education. Familiarity with emerging trends in public services, reference, information resources and technologies, and the ability to identify and implement appropriate changes within a dynamic environment.

    Desired Qualification: 2nd Masters degree, instructional design experience; experience with active engaged learning.

     

    Application Process

    Washington College is an independent liberal arts college with a student body of 1450, located in Chestertown on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, approximately 90 minutes from Washington, DC, Baltimore, and Philadelphia.

    Candidates for the position must apply online though our online portal Consensus at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp . Send letter of application, resume, transcripts, and three letters of recommendation to Dr. Ruth Shoge, Dean of Library and Academic Technology Clifton M. Miller Library, Washington College, 300 Washington Ave., Chestertown, MD 21620. Applications will be reviewed on a continuing basis with a view to filling the position by September 2015.

    Washington College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications from women and members of minority groups.

  • Visiting Assistant Professor in Chemistry

    Washington College, a private liberal arts and sciences College of 1,450 undergraduates, located in Chestertown, MD, is seeking a full-time Visiting Assistant Professor in Chemistry position for 2015-2016.  Preference will be given to applicants who hold a graduate degree in Chemistry or are ABD, who can teach general chemistry, and who have the ability to teach introductory organic chemistry laboratories.  Current degree candidates will also be considered.  Washington College offers a bachelor’s degree program in Chemistry and is accredited by the American Chemical Society.  A commitment of the candidate to undergraduate teaching is essential.

    Job Summary:

    This position will be compensated as full time and consists in teaching the following:

    For the Fall 2015 the position will consist of teaching one general chemistry lecture, two general chemistry laboratories, one organic chemistry laboratory, and there is also the opportunity to design your own first-year seminar course (see the following website for more information: http://www.washcoll.edu/departments/writing-across-the-curriculum/global-research-and-writing-seminar.php; time to be determined).  The lecture session in general chemistry is held on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 11:30 AM to 12:20 PM.

    For the Spring 2016 the position will consist of teaching two general chemistry lectures from 9:30 to 10:20 AM and from 11:30 AM to 12:20 PM on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at least two general chemistry laboratories and one organic chemistry laboratory (times to be determined).  Flexibility in the laboratory time is available.

    How to Apply:

    Washington College’s Fall semester starts August 31, 2015.  Submit a letter of interest, electronic copy of curriculum vitae, three professional references, and undergraduate and graduate school transcripts at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp.  If you have more than one document that you would like to include under “Other Documentation,” please combine into one Word (.docx) or PDF file and upload under “Attach Other Document.”  All inquiries can be addressed to: amarteel2@washcoll.edu.

    Review of applications will begin immediately.  Washington College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.

  • VISITING STUDIO ART PROFESSOR

    The Department of Art and Art History at Washington College seeks applicants for a full-time, one-year position with benefits for the academic year 2015-16.  The successful candidate will play a key role in a small, dynamic department that encourages a wide range of student work, built on strong visual, critical, and interdisciplinary foundations. He or she will have a broad understanding of the contemporary artistic landscape and will emphasize the theoretical and conceptual elements of art making in his or her teaching, consistent with the mission of a liberal arts college.

     

    The visiting instructor will teach three courses each semester including introductory classes for majors and non-majors as well as the possibility of upper-level courses in areas of the selected candidate’s interest. Fall 2015 courses will include: 1. Intermedia_D, an introductory level course that explores the theories and concepts of drawing from a contemporary perspective, 2. Visual and Critical Thinking, an introduction to studio fundamentals through rigorous investigation of conceptual, technical, and critical skills, and 3. Art for Social Change, a Special Topics course that introduces students to specific art making skills that have historically been utilized in the promotion of various social movements. Spring 2016 courses are still to be determined and can take into account the areas of specialization of the successful candidate.

     

    This position will also entail supervision of the year-long Senior Capstone projects, ongoing oversight and management of studio facilities and materials/equipment, participation in mounting annual student art exhibitions, and other departmental service as needed.

     

    An M.F.A, strong exhibition and professional record, and experience teaching conceptually-driven Digital/New Media, 2-D, 3-D and/or 4-D studio approaches at the college level is highly desired.

     

    The Studio Art Concentration of the Art and Art History Department is focused on rigor, collaboration between students and between students and art faculty, and an interdisciplinary focus. This is curriculum-wide from the entry-level studio courses up to and including the Senior Capstone project in the senior year. Courses have been structured to emphasize conceptual depth and fluidity between media. A major tenet of the program is the connection between meaning and making. Through research, critique, and dialogue our students engage the world at large while contemplating humanistic concerns. Through an inquiry into the skills and methodologies of contemporary artistic practices, our students consider the “hows” and “whys” of various artistic processes.

     

    Washington College, founded in 1782, is a private liberal arts college located on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, about 1.5 hours from Washington, Baltimore, and Philadelphia.

     

    Candidates for the position must apply online though our online portal Consensus at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp . Please submit CV, letter of interest, statement of teaching philosophy, relevant syllabi of courses you have taught, and names and contact information for three references. Given the short window of time for the search, reference letters are appreciated but not required. Also include 20 examples of your work and 20 examples of your students’ work.

     

    Materials beyond application letter, CV, and list of references will need to be submitted under “Other Documentation” in Consensus; please combine these additional materials into one Word (.doc) or PDF file and upload under “Attach Other Document.”  If you have questions regarding the on-line application process, contact the Office of Human Resources at 410-778-7298 or Employment@washcoll.edu

     

    Review of applications begins on June 26, 2015 and continues until the position is filled.

     

    Washington College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications from women and members of traditionally underrepresented minority groups.

     

Staff Positions

  • 1782 Society Specialist/Administrative Assistant

    Job Summary:

    This highly organized and intuitive staff member will primarily manage the activities of the Director of Alumni Relations and Leadership Annual Giving, but also assist with other Alumni Relations and Annual Giving (AR/AG) projects and general office administration. In addition, this specialist will create and manage important aspects of the College’s leadership giving group, The 1782 Society. Members of the AR/AG team work collaboratively to develop and manage a comprehensive program of alumni activities and communications that fortify positive relationships with students, alumni and campus partners, and encourage active engagement and financial support for The Washington Fund. 

    Essential Job Functions: 

    With the Director of Alumni Relations and Leadership Annual Giving, support and grow the membership and prestige of The 1782 Society by: facilitating two annual events: George Washington Book Prize (Fall) and Preakness Party (Spring) in close collaboration with the Events Coordinator, creating and/or recognizing opportunities for new stewardship or acquisition events, creating and distributing new member welcome packets and Associate member materials, acting as a first-level stewardship manager to address questions related to benefits, etc.  Manage all activities of the Director of Alumni Relations and Leadership Annual Giving’s office including: creating and fostering a welcoming, warm, and friendly atmosphere for the Alumni House, providing primary reception activities including answering phones; opening, reviewing, and distributing mail; and monitoring general office email, refer calls and correspondence as needed, scheduling internal and external meetings and travel, maintaining calendar and tracking projects to ensure critical deadlines are met, anticipating need for information exchange and coordinating necessary communications, monitoring office budget(s).  Support the Alumni Relations and Annual Giving office by: pro-actively managing the daily activities of the AR/AG office, including organizing and monitoring issues arising from mail, meeting follow-up, and special assignments, coordinating daily business activities (Purchasing, HR, Accounting, etc.) in collaboration with the Business Office, purchase office supplies and coordinate maintenance of office equipment, assisting with projects and mailings, as needed, keeping accurate records, including minutes from Alumni Board meetings, using Datatel to acquire information as well as enter new information on alumni records, learning new screens and functions as necessary, contributing to projects, reports, and decision-making as a member of the AR/AG team.  Oversee AR/AG student help by: interviewing, hiring and supervising 2 to 3 Federal Work Study students each year, assigning work according to their strengths as well as to encourage and support growth.  Serve as the primary liaison between College Advancement and the Washington College Academy of Lifelong Learning (WC-ALL) and the Women’s League of Washington College (WLWC).

    Qualifications and Special Skills: 

    Associates degree or equivalent combination of experience and education required. Bachelor’s preferred. Coursework in administrative functions and productivity tools a plus; ability to represent Washington College professionally and accurately; excellent writing, interpersonal, and communication skills; ability to work with and motivate other Advancement professionals and WC colleagues; willingness to provide enthusiastic service, support and stewardship for volunteers and donors; ability to take initiative and work independently as well as in a team environment; trustworthiness to work with sensitive and confidential information; flexibility to work evenings and weekends when necessary; facility with computers, databases and Microsoft Office software; strong organizational and event planning experience desirable; creativity desirable.

    How to Apply:

    When applying please submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information of three professional references through our on-line portal at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

  • Administrative Assistant, Literary House

    POSITION:                           ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

     

    DEPARTMENT:                   LITERARY HOUSE, DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH

     

     

    RESPONSIBILITIES: The Administrative Assistant at the Rose O’Neill Literary House provides administrative support and performs day-to-day functions such as management of events for the Literary House and the Sophie Kerr Lecture Series, multi-media outreach, financial record-keeping, Literary House Press sale representation, and student staff supervision. Assists with special projects and events and performs other duties as assigned.

     

    The Administrative Assistant reports to the Director of the Literary House and works closely with the Assistant Director and with the Chair of English/Chair of the Sophie Kerr Committee. This is a full-time, twelve-month position.

     

    The position of Administrative Assistant includes the following duties:

     

    • Rose O’Neill Literary House events administration (in tandem with the Assistant Director of the Literary House):  overseeing and submitting all paperwork for Lectures Series events, including poster and publicity requests, A/V and other technology requirements, catering, transportation and room arrangements, and author payment forms.

     

    • Sophie Kerr Lecture Series administration (in close collaboration with the Sophie Kerr Curator and members of the English department):  overseeing and submitting all paperwork for Lectures Series events, including poster and publicity requests, A/V and other technology requirements, catering, transportation and room arrangements, author payment forms, e-mail, website, and social media communication and updates.  Other Sophie Kerr related duties (Lecture Series, Sophie Kerr Saturday, Sophie Kerr Prize) as assigned.

     

    • Multi-media outreach:  (1) managing the content of the Literary House website and blog, (2) composing and sending out Literary House events emails, and (3) serving as an advisor to some Literary House student interns.

     

    • Financial record-keeping:  overseeing paperwork for the corporate credit cards of the Literary House staff.

     

    • Literary House Press sales representation: (1) handling customer questions and purchases, (2) overseeing finances of the Press, (3) inventorying merchandise, and (4) consulting with Literary House Director about daily operations.

     

    • Student staff supervision:  (1) designing student staff work schedules, (2) training and supervising student staff, and (3) signing and submitting student staff timesheets.  

    

     

    QUALIFICATIONS:  Bachelor’s degree required; administrative office procedure experience; strong computer skills (PC and Mac) including proficiency with Word, Excel, use of the internet, and other resources; strong writing and proofreading skills; high energy level; ability to work independently; strong interpersonal and communication skills and ability to get along well with diverse personalities.

     

    For more information, please visit: http://www.washcoll.edu/centers/lithouse

     

    How to Apply: 

    When applying please submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information of three professional references through our on-line portal at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

  • Admissions Counselor

    Washington College is accepting applications for a full-time Admissions Counselor. The successful candidate will plan, organize, execute, and manage activities within designated geomarkets and states for the purpose of recruiting students acceptable for admission to Washington College; plans, organizes, coordinates and implements specific projects assigned by the Director of Admissions.  Coordinates named scholarship and Presidential Fellows admissions process.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

    Responsible for management of data and activities within assigned geographic markets. Responsible for compiling and managing data to support the scheduling of recruitment travel. Responsible for reviewing and evaluating applications and recommending decisions. Responsible for coordinating communication between professors, coaches, staff, faculty and alumni with prospects and applicants. Responsible for coordinating prospect and applicant visits to campus with office schedule, tour guides, faculty, coaches, staff, and student hosts. Responsible for coordinating counselor and student group visits to campus. Responsible for developing relations and maintaining contact with high school counselors, prospects, applicants, parents, and alumni volunteers. Responsible for maintaining membership and relationship with National and Regional professional organizations. Responsible for implementing projects assigned by the Director of Admissions.

    EDUCATION:

    B.A. or B.S. Degree

    EXPERIENCE AND BACKGROUND:

    Minimum of two years’ experience in a liberal arts environment. Above average academic record and evidence of active campus life. Ability to relate College characteristics to students with widely diverse background and interests. Ability to perform multiple projects with minimal supervision. Strong computing, analytical and reasoning skills. Excellent organizational skills. Ability to work both independently and in a team environment. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.

    HOW TO APPLY:
    When applying please submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information of three professional references through our on-line portal at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

  • Admissions Representative

    Washington College is accepting applications for a full-time Admissions Representative. The successful candidate will engage in student recruitment activities within designated geomarkets and states for the purpose of recruiting students acceptable for admission to Washington College; plans, organizes, coordinates and implements specific projects assigned by the Associate Director of Admissions.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

    Responsible for management of data and activities within assigned geographic market. Reviews and evaluates applications and recommends decisions. Represents the College in meetings with high school counselors, students, college nights, and fairs. Coordinates own overnight travel accommodations. Interviews prospects. Participates in open house programs. Maintains prospect and inquiry records. Maintains accurate travel-related expenses. Develops relationships and maintains contact with high school counselors, prospects, applicants, parents, and alumni volunteers.

    EDUCATION:

    B.A. or B.S. Degree

    EXPERIENCE AND BACKGROUND:

    Minimum of two years’ experience in a liberal arts environment. Above average academic record and evidence of active campus life. Ability to relate College characteristics to students with widely diverse background and interests. Good driving record. Strong communication, computing, and reasoning skills. Well organized.

    HOW TO APPLY:

    When applying please submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information of three professional references through our on-line portal at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

     

  • Assistant Director of Peer Fundraising

    The Assistant Director of Peer to Peer Fundraising will spearhead the office of Alumni Relations & Annual Giving’s work to engage young alumni as donors. With young alumni representing a large proportion of the total alumni body, the AD’s donor education for current students and success with the Senior Class Gift will feed future success working with alumni.

    The ideal candidate will be an excellent volunteer manager, a creative program coordinator able to adapt to new opportunities, and a technologically fluent administrator with a passion for benchmarking, goal setting and analytics.

    ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

    I. Champion the overall mission of College Advancement and the Office of Alumni Relations and Annual Giving (AR/AG) by attending board meetings and events, supporting College fundraising efforts (including but not limited to Phonathon, writing and/or reviewing solicitations, and timely and genuine acknowledgment of gifts), facilitating communications through various channels, strengthening alumni volunteer programs, and contributing meaningful content to the website

    II. Alumni Peer-to-Peer Giving - Work closely with the Associate Director of Annual Giving, design and implement the annual initiatives to solicit alumni as a part of the broader solicitation program, piloting with the most recent alumni and expanding; recruit, train and manage a team of alumni volunteers to solicit their peers; develop training tools for volunteers; may include print materials, online resources and live or recorded training sessions; track participation rates and other giving data, as well as volunteer work; goal set and benchmark; explore new tools and best practices to keep outreach and strategies fresh and relevant; support  College Advancement staff and the Alumni Board, especially The Washington Fund Committee, in understanding and participating in engaging their classmates as donors, examples, include but not limited to: reunion class, affinity, experience

    III. Student Philanthropy - Design and implement a program to educate students about donor support for Washington College, focusing primarily on the Washington Fund; how donations support the student experience, and connecting with the benefactors behind the donations. Examples include: senior class gift, Hamilton Pig, Tuition Freedom Day and Thank You programs,  and additional Educational Initiatives; develop partnerships with students to best connect with target audience; chair Commencement Steering Committee - collaborate with representatives from Student Affairs, the President’s Office, the Registrar, the Bookstore, Career Services, Conference Services as well as elected student leaders to facilitate successful planning, communication and implementation of Commencement; Facilitate committee by scheduling meetings, drafting agendas, taking minutes, determining next steps, delegating tasks, etc.

    QUALIFICATIONS AND SPECIAL SKILLS:

    •     Bachelor’s degree required

    •     Ability to represent Washington College professionally

    •     Excellent writing, interpersonal, and communication skills

    •     Ability to manage and motivate volunteers

    •     Ability to take initiative and work independently as well as in a team environment

    •     Trustworthiness to work with sensitive and confidential information

    •     Flexibility to work evenings and weekends when necessary

    •     Facility with computers, databases and Microsoft Office software

    •     Creativity required

    HOW TO APPLY:

    When applying please submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information of three professional references through our on-line portal at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

  • Assistant Field Hockey Coach

    Washington College is one of the nation’s leading liberal arts institutions located in the historic town of Chestertown on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.  Situated on the scenic Chester River on Maryland’s Eastern Shore we are an easy driving distance from the major metropolitan areas of Annapolis, Washington, DC, Baltimore and Philadelphia.

    Washington College, a member of the Centennial Conference and Division III NCAA, is seeking an outstanding candidate for a Graduate Assistant Field Hockey Coach. The successful candidate will report to the head coach and will assist in all areas required to run a Division III program.

    Responsibilities: Required to assist in all aspects of the program to include but not limited to, recruitment of identified student-athletes, program fund raising, networking with club directors and coaches to organize and assist in the planning of clinics and camps, and assist in the organization and planning of daily practices and game day preparations and logistics.

    Qualifications: Bachelors degree required.  Playing/coaching experience required, preferably at the college level. 

    HOW TO APPLY:

    When applying please submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information of three professional references through our on-line portal at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

  • Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach

    Washington College, an NCAA D-Ill institution located in Chestertown, MD seeks qualified applicants for an assistant men’s basketball coach. Washington is a member of the Centennial Conference. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following; identify, recruit, coach and develop high-level athletes for the program. Organize official and unofficial visits. Assist with practice and game preparations and planning travel itineraries. Assisting the head coach in all phases of student-athlete mentoring, fund raising, game management and scheduling; and other administrative duties as assigned. Strong organizational, oral, written, teaching and computer skills required. Advanced knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations preferred.

    REQUIREMENTS:

    Applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university. Previous coaching experience and or collegiate playing or management experience is preferred. Compensation may include an annual stipend, reimbursement for some graduate classes and a partial meal plan.

    HOW TO APPLY:

    Applicants should submit a letter of interest, resume, and contact information for three professional references through our online portal Consensus, at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp.  If you have more than one document that you would like to include under “Other Documentation,” please combine into one Word (.doc) or PDF file and upload under “Attach Other Document.”     Washington College will start considering applications immediately and all positions will remain open until filled.  

  • Assistant Men’s Lacrosse Coach

    Develops short- and long-range operating objectives; reviews existing organizational structure and staffing requirements; recommends and implements changes as needed. Provides appropriate supervision, including communication of clearly defined job responsibilities, adequate training and development, and provision for backup. Monitors performance of staff and provides prompt and objective coaching and counseling in managerial and technical matters. Reviews and approves performance appraisals initiated by subordinates and their staff. Assures that effective communications are maintained within areas of responsibility. Where appropriate, informs staff as to plans and progress. Conducts staff discussion sessions at regular and frequent intervals. Assures that necessary coordination within the area of responsibility is occurring and that coordination of the assigned area with those of other College departments is taking place.Trains and supervises work study students.

    EDUCATION:

    Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree in related field preferred.

    SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:

    Previous coaching experience on the high school, club, or college level in lacrosse. Working knowledge of computers, including word processing and database software.

    Excellent communication skills, both written and oral. High energy level. Desire to work with young adults. Ability to effectively promote the College and athletic experience. Willingness to work weekend and night hours. Willingness and ability to drive van and car. Ability to act as a mature role model for young adults. Ability to recruit student-athletes. Well-developed interpersonal skills; ability to get along well with diverse personalities; tactful, mature, and flexible. Ability to deal with adversity, highs and lows. Well organized.

    WORK SCHEDULE/HOURS:

    35 to 70 hours per week depending on season. Weeknights and weekends as required.

    HOW TO APPLY:

    When applying please submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information of three professional references through our on-line portal at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

     

  • Assistant Volleyball Coach

    Job Summary:

    Washington College, a NCAA D-III institution of the Centennial Conference, located on the eastern shore of Maryland, seeks qualified applicants for an Assistant Women’s Volleyball Coach.

    Essential Duties:

    Recruiting; practice planning and preparation; game management and scheduling; on-court training; assisting with travel arrangements, camp development and operation; fundraising; assisting head coach in all phases of student-athlete mentoring and evaluation; and other administrative duties as assigned.  Strong organizational, oral, written, teaching and computer skills required.  Advanced knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations preferred.

    Job Requirements:

    This assistantship starts August 1, 2015.  Applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree and have previous collegiate playing or coaching experience.  Compensation may include an annual stipend, reimbursement for some graduate classes, and a partial meal plan.

    How to Apply:

    When applying please submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information of three professional references through our on-line portal at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp.  Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

  • Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach

    Job Summary: 

    Washington College, a NCAA D-III institution located in Chestertown, MD seeks qualified applicants for a Graduate Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach.  Washington College is a member of the Centennial Conference.

    Essential Duties:

    Include, but are not limited to the following: identify, recruit, coach and develop high level athletes for the program.  Organize official and unofficial visits.  Assist with practice and game preparations and planning travel itineraries.  Assist the head coach in all phases of student-athlete mentoring, fundraising, game management and scheduling; and other administrative duties as assigned.  Strong organizational, oral, written, teaching and computer skills required.  Advanced knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations preferred.

    Job Requirements: 

    Applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and previous collegiate playing or coaching experience.  Compensation may include an annual stipend, reimbursement for some graduate classes, and a partial meal plan.

    How to Apply:

    When applying please submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information of three professional references through our on-line portal at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp.  Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

  • Assistant Women’s Rowing Coach

    Job Description

     

    Washington College, an NCAA D-III institution located in Chestertown, MD seeks qualified applicants for an assistant women’s rowing coach. This is a full time position with benefits.

     

    Washington is a member of the Mid Atlantic Rowing Conference. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following: identify, recruit, coach and develop high level athletes for the program.  Organize official and unofficial visits.  Assist with practice and regatta preparations and planning travel itineraries.  Assisting the head coach in all phases of student-athlete mentoring, fund raising, contest management and scheduling; and other administrative duties as assigned.  Strong organizational, oral, written, teaching and computer skills required.  Advanced knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations preferred.

     

    Job Requirements

     

    Applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and previous collegiate playing or coaching experience. At least one year of coaching rowing preferred along with USRowing Level I is.

      

    HOW TO APPLY:

    When applying please submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information of three professional references through our on-line portal at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled

     

    Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

  • Chief Information Officer

    The Chief Information Officer’s (CIO) role is to provide vision and leadership for developing and implementing information technology initiatives that advance the academic mission of the College; support the administrative infrastructure; provide exceptional service quality for students, faculty, and staff, alike; while also striving for cost effectiveness at every opportunity. This individual is responsible for all aspects of the organization’s  information technology and systems and administrative computing.

     

    Description of Duties and Responsibilities: Primary Job Duties.

    Strategy & Planning

    • Participates in strategic and operational governance processes of the organization as a member of Senior Staff.
    • Collaborates with key departmental users to determine IT needs and improve business processes that rely on IT.
    • Leads IT strategic and operational planning to achieve institutional goals by fostering innovation; prioritizing IT initiatives; and coordinating the evaluation, deployment, and management of current and future IT systems across the organization that facilitates and enhances teaching and learning, communication, and administration.
    • Works collaboratively with academic leadership and Academic Technology (AT) to ensure that administrative IT and IT infrastructure meet current and anticipated needs in support of highest quality teaching and learning.
    • Develops and maintains an appropriate IT organizational structure that supports the needs of the College.
    • Establishes OIT departmental goals, objectives, and operating procedures.
    • Identifies opportunities for the appropriate and cost-effective investment of financial resources in IT systems and operations, including staffing, sourcing, purchasing, and/or in-house development.
    • Assesses, communicates, and addresses all risks associated with IT infrastructure.
    • Develops, tracks, and controls the IT annual operating and capital budgets.
    • Develops business case justifications and cost/benefit analyses for IT spending and initiatives, including the development and maintenance of a five-year capital projection.
    • Directs development and execution of an enterprise-wide disaster recovery and business continuity plan for information technology.
    • Assesses and make recommendations on the improvement in or re-engineering of the IT organization.

     

    Acquisition & Deployment

    • Coordinates and facilitates consultation with stakeholders to define systems requirements for new technology implementations.
    • Approves, prioritizes, and controls projects as they relate to the selection, acquisition, development, and installation of major information systems, involving key users as appropriate.
    • Reviews hardware and software acquisition and maintenance contracts and pursues master agreements to capitalize on economies of scale.
    • Defines and communicates College plans, policies, and standards for the organization for acquiring, implementing, and operating IT systems.

     

    Operational Management

    • Ensures continuous and secure delivery of IT services through oversight of service level agreements with end users and monitoring of IT systems performance.
    • Ensures IT system operation adheres to applicable laws and regulations.
    • Establishes lines of control for current and proposed information systems.
    • Promotes and oversees strategic relationships between internal IT resources and external entities, including government, vendors, and partner organizations.
    • Supervises recruitment, development, retention, and organization of all IT staff in accordance with budgetary objectives and personnel policies.  The following positions report directly to the CIO:  Director of Information Security and Acquisitions, Director of IT Infrastructure, Director of Administrative Computing.
    • Actively engages OIT in open and productive communication with academic leadership and Academic Technology (AT) to ensure that academic plans and IT plans are well-aligned.

     

    Other Duties.

    • Remains abreast of trends and issues in the IT industry, including technologies and pricing, especially as they relate to higher education.
    • Active involvement in professional IT organizations at the regional and national level representing the College in a way that both contributes to and learns from developing issues and trends in the field.

     

    Qualifications:

    •  College degree in the field of computer science or business administration, or equivalent work experience. Master’s degree in one these fields, preferred.
    • Ten years experience working in the IT field.
    • Five years experience managing and/or directing an IT operation or unit with a
    • proven record of developing highly capable IT teams.
    • Demonstrated ability to think strategically.
    • Excellent communication  skills, oral and written; the ability to convey technically complex information and concepts in accessible terms; excellent negotiation skills.
    • Ability to develop solid collaborative relationships across an institution.
    • Experience with integrated information systems, preferably in an educational environment (e.g., Colleague, Ellucian, Banner).
    • Demonstrated capacity to develop the talents and expertise of staff so that they are able to assume expanded responsibilities; proven ability to recruit and retain well­ qualified, high performing professionals and empower them to succeed.
    • Superb listening and influencing skills.
    • Demonstrated ability to serve as a change agent who can cultivate trust and credibility with colleagues.
    • An extensive understanding of technology’s potential to facilitate teaching and learning and the capacity to thrive in an educational environment with a dedication to student excellence and success.
    • Demonstrated service orientation and proactive approach to providing service and support to the end users.
    • Commitment to the highest ethical and professional standards.

     

    This is not an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and/or skills required for this position. Washington College reserves the right to amend and change responsibilities to meet organizational needs.

     

    HOW TO APPLY:

    Applicants should submit a letter of interest, resume, and contact information for three professional references through our online portal Consensus, at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp.  If you have more than one document that you would like to include under “Other Documentation,” please combine into one Word (.doc) or PDF file and upload under “Attach Other Document.”     Washington College will start considering applications immediately and all positions will remain open until filled. 

  • Cook (Full-Time, Benefit Eligible)

    Under minimum supervision, the Dining Services Cook reviews cook sheets and party sheets at the beginning of the shift; determines work assignments with other cooks; reads and understands standard recipes; and assists with the preparation of dinner, catering, and Presidential functions.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

    Report all accidents or injuries immediately to the supervisor. Prepare all food items in accordance with Federal, state and local health regulations. Assist in the planning of backup items. Assist in the use of leftover food items. Clean up work area after each shift. Check out with Supervisor at the end of each shift. Assist in daily requisitions. Perform related duties incidental to the work described herein or as may be assigned.

    EDUCATION:

    High School Diploma or GED Equivalent. Successfully complete Maryland State Sanitation Course (HACCP). Previous food service or restaurant experience preferred. 

    HOW TO APPLY:

    When applying please submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information of three professional references through our on-line portal at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

  • Deputy Director, C.V. Starr Center

    The C.V. Starr Center for the Study of the American Experience (starrcenter.washcoll.edu) is dedicated to fostering innovative approaches to American history and culture. The Center is interdisciplinary and seeks to bridge the divide between the academic world and the public at large. It does this especially by supporting and fostering the art of written history through residential fellowships, a major literary prize, and other programs. Its institutional partners have included the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, George Washington’s Mount Vernon, the Smithsonian, and The New York Times. From its base in the circa-1746 waterfront Custom House, the Center also serves as a portal onto a world of opportunities for Washington College students, sponsoring a variety of hands-on learning projects that take undergraduates outside the traditional classroom.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

    The Starr Center’s Deputy Director will work closely with its Director to conceive, implement, and manage activities and programs that promote the mission of the Center: fostering excellence in American history, American studies, and related fields; forging new institutional partnerships for Washington College; sponsoring scholarly and creative work on topics of broad public importance; hosting dynamic public programs and events; making connections between past and present and across disciplines; and creating on- and off-campus opportunities for students and faculty. An essential responsibility will be developing creative and exciting new programs that engage Washington College students in active, collaborative, experiential learning. The Deputy Director will be encouraged to maintain an active career in his or her own field, engaging students in the work whenever possible. The ability to teach courses is desired, and the possibility exists for this administrative position to include a part-time faculty appointment.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    A Ph.D. or equivalent experience/credentials in American history or a related field (American studies, anthropology, etc.) is required. 3+ years’ experience in public history, history education, nonprofit management, or a similar field is also required. Expertise/experience in the field of public history is especially welcome, as is expertise in history, American studies, or anthropology from a Chesapeake or Mid-Atlantic regional perspective.

    HOW TO APPLY:

    To apply, visit https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp. Each application must include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, contact information for three professional references, and at least one sample of the applicant’s writing or other professional work. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. We would especially welcome applicants who could start in early 2015.  

    For individual questions, email Adam Goodheart, Director of the Starr Center, at starr_center@washcoll.edu.

  • Dining Room Attendant (Part-Time, Temporary)

    The Dining Room Attendant will provide outstanding service to Hodson Dining customers by engaging in a variety of general food service and hospitality related tasks. The DRA will consistently greet, welcome and interact with customers in a warm and friendly manner to promote an atmosphere of hospitality and familiarity. S/He will be knowledgeable about the ingredients and preparation methods of the foods served. The DRA will prepare, assemble and/or serve various foods and beverages in a professional manner. S/He will keep assigned food service stations and storage areas properly stocked. S/He will set-up and maintain assigned food service stations throughout service periods and will assist elsewhere in the unit as customer demand requires. S/He will break-down, clean and sanitize food service stations according to established procedures at the end of a service periods. The DRA will set-up and work cold buffet, hot buffet, grill, soup and salad, floor, desserts, beverages, dining room and/or other food service stations in the unit as required. S/He will assist the culinary staff with basic food service tasks such as carving meats, light cooking and food preparation, garnishing, and food display. General cleaning tasks in accordance with accepted food service sanitation standards that are assigned as part of the daily unit housekeeping and sanitation schedules. S/He will provide table service and other related tasks for special events. 

    SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS: 

    High School Diploma or GED Equivalent. Previous food service, restaurant experience required, or other customer service related business. Applicants must be an enthusiastic team player with excellent customer service skills; reliable and willing to work a variety of shifts, including weekends. Possess good interpersonal skills with the ability to comfortably interact with customers and peers in a friendly and helpful manner. Ability to understand and execute basic food service sanitation and safety practices. 

    HOW TO APPLY: 
    When applying please submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information of three professional references through our on-line portal athttps://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

  • Director of Global Education Office

    The Director of the Global Education Office coordinates all study abroad and international student programs. The Director reports to the Associate Provost for Academic Services and collaborates with faculty to fulfill these responsibilities.

    Responsibilities:

    1. Work with faculty to oversee, coordinate and assess Washington College’s study abroad and exchange programs, manage programs and relationships with partner institutions, keep faculty informed about programs and support faculty’s advising for study abroad. Oversee support for international students, advocate for international students, support related faculty initiatives, such as the International House residence hall and residence hall language suites.

    2.  Supervise the Study Abroad Advisor, who advertises and promotes study abroad programs to current and prospective students, implements crisis management policies and practices, supports international internships, support students’ departure and re-entry.

    3. Supervise the International Student Advisor, who organizes orientation programs for arriving international students and programming for all international students on campus, coordinates services for incoming international students with the appropriate College offices, oversees DHS, SEVIS, USCIS and Department of State regulations and procedures for full-time matriculating international students, exchange and visiting students and visiting scholars. 

    3. Manage the Global Education Office including supervising work-study students, managing budgets and maintaining information about program participants.

    Qualifications:

    1. Master’s degree in an appropriate field, Ph.D strongly preferred.

    2. At least four years’ experience in international programs or study abroad in higher education.

    3. Significant experience living, studying or working abroad, competency in a foreign language preferred.

    4. Passion for international education and understanding of the role of international education in liberal arts education.

    5. Proven ability to work collegially and collaboratively with college staff and faculty.

    How To Apply:

    Applicants should submit a letter of interest, resume, and contact information for three professional references through our online portal, Consensus, at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp. If you have more than one document you would like to include under “Other Documentation,” please combine into one Word (.doc) or PDF file and upload under “Attach Other Document”. Washington College will start considering applications immediately and all positions will remain open until filled.

  • Director of Human Resources

    Job Summary: 

    The Director of Human Resources is the chief administrative officer for Human Resources at Washington College.  As such, the individual must be knowledgeable of State and Federal laws and best practices within the field of Human Resources and provide guidance in these matters to all levels of management.  The incumbent is responsible for the development and implementation of the College’s Human Resources policies and programs, the automation of employment and benefit processes, and other areas as may be assigned.  The Director reports to the Vice President for Finance and Administration and serves as a resource and advisor to faculty, staff and administrators across the College community. 

    Essential Functions: 

    1. Provides primary leadership for the planning, development, communication, and execution of a comprehensive Human Resources program, to include operational oversight of benefits, compensation, employee relations, staffing, and compliance.
    2. Applies knowledge of applicable federal and state employment laws and regulations and serves as the primary College official ensuring institutional compliance with same. 
    3. Provides administrative oversight for the Department of Human Resources to include staff, budget, and program administration.
    4. Prepares and analyzes various reports, statistics and regulatory data for reporting various human resources related programs including IPEDS reporting, benefit data, salary surveys, turnover data and other data required for the strategic planning process.
    5. Champions the formulation of policy, developing and implementing new strategies and procedures, and examining and re-engineering operations to achieve institutional effectiveness and efficiency.

    Management Responsibilities:

    Leadership, Planning, and Program Development:

    1. Serves as the chief Human Resources official, supervises departmental staff, prepares a recommended annual departmental budget; and reviews budget performance on a monthly basis.
    2. Responsible for the development and administration (including education and interpretation) of all College Human Resource policies and programs.
    3. Serves as an advisory member of the College Benefits Committee, Safety Committee, Emergency Operations Group, and Staff Council.  
    4. Stays abreast of current trends and best practices in relevant Human Resources and management fields by membership in and attendance at conferences of appropriate professional organizations and reading appropriate professional publications.

    Program Administration: 

    1. Ensures compliance with all federal, state, and local laws and regulations (e.g. wage and hour, FERPA, HIPAA, EEO, ERISA, ACA, etc.).  Advises and assists department chairs and administrators in the acquisition of visas for potential employees.
    2. Responsible for recommending effective benefit programs and works with brokers and providers to ensure high quality service for all College employees.
    3. Performs oversight of employment and compensation programs and guidance to the Recruitment Coordinator.
    4. Exercises primary responsibility for employee relations to include new employee orientation, routine communications, employee recognition, and exit interviews.
    5. Administers the College’s staff performance management program through development, administration, and assessment; supervisor training; annual performance appraisals; counseling and advising; reward; and discipline and discharge.
    6. Oversees the administration of the College’s grievance procedures for discrimination and harassment claims.  Leads or directs investigations of complaints and allegations of inappropriate employee behavior.

    Education Requirements: 

    Bachelor’s degree required with discipline in Human Resources or related field required, Master’s degree or advanced professional certification preferred.

    How to Apply: 

    When applying please submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information of three professional references through our on-line portal at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

     

  • Director of Intercultural Affairs

    Job Summary:

    Responsible for providing campus leadership and direction to multicultural and diversity related policy, programs and services that contribute to overall student learning and satisfaction, with attention to programs and services designed for students from historically underrepresented populations.  Directs activities of the department in accordance with departmental mission and planning, as well as the mission and planning of student affairs and the institution.

    Essential Functions:

    1. Directs the development and implementation of multicultural and diversity programs, services and education in accordance with the needs of the college and its students and nationally accepted best practices.  Advises VP and other members of the campus on best practices in multicultural affairs.
    2. Advises organizations and clubs for students from historically underrepresented populations, and works closely with and is available to students on an individual and group basis for issues relating to social and academic adjustment, multiculturalism and diversity and campus climate. 
    3. Consults with other campus departments to ensure that policies, programs and services are attentive to and supportive of the needs of students from historically underrepresented populations.
    4. Establishes collaborative relationships with other student affairs departments and staff, Global Education Office, and other campus departments, staff and faculty responsible for student life and academic success.
    5. Designs and implements student leader training programs for designated groups; collaborate with other student affairs areas in the design and implementation of a multicultural competence program as well as a pre-orientation program for students from historically underrepresented populations.
    6. Co-leads bias reporting process, collaborating with Office of Public Safety and Director of Wellness and Prevention Education.
    7. Teams with other campus leaders to design and facilitate campus-wide conversations, programs and training on topics that foster an inclusive and respectful campus climate.
    8. Participates with other campus departments and staff in responding to student crisis and/or student conduct concerns.
    9. Conducts regular planning and assessment to increase the effectiveness of multicultural and diversity efforts provided by the department in promoting student learning and satisfaction. 

    Additional Responsibilities:

    1. Serves as the administrative liaison for the Center for Black Studies and oversees programming for the Center.
    2. Serves as liaison to Hillel House and work collaboratively with Advancement to secure funds for programming and staffing.
    3. Assists the Office of Admissions with recruitment-related processes.
    4. Recruits, hires, and supervises office interns.

    Education:

    Master’s degree in student personnel, higher education, or other related fields preferred, Bachelor’s required, and 3-6 years working with multicultural populations, preferably in a college or university setting; or an equivalent combination of relevant education and experience.

    Qualifications:

    Demonstrated ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; exercise effective independent professional judgment; establish and maintain collaborative working relationships with students, student organizations, faculty, and staff; and relate successfully in on-on-one and group situations with persons representing diverse backgrounds and interests.  Demonstrated knowledge of principles, practices and theories of student learning and development; understanding of the cultural, social, and educational needs of the college community; proficiency in planning and assessment of programs and activities; understanding of a highly residential community; and experience advising student groups.

    How to Apply: 

    When applying please submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information of three professional references through our on-line portal at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

  • Director of Major Gifts

    Reporting to the Vice President for College Advancement, the Executive Director of Major Gifts is responsible for the overall integration, supervision and performance of members of the frontline fundraising staff and programs to secure annual, capital and planned gifts and commitments from all Washington College constituencies. A key part of this work will be the development and execution of a comprehensive plan to maximize fundraising success and meet annual goals for external philanthropic support for Washington College.  

     

    This position is a senior advisor to the Vice President for College Advancement and provides leadership, evaluation, and mentoring to the individual giving programs and coordinates efforts to maximize philanthropic support for Washington College. 

    The Executive Director will develop and purpose strategies for the solicitation of major gifts and annual leadership gifts. Ensure that all solicitations are carried out appropriately and in a timely manner, in accordance with best practices in moves management. The Executive Director will also assist in the stewardship function, including major gifts stewardship and the planning and implementation of development events, including donor recognition events, on-campus dedications, and small group donor cultivation events with the President.

     

    The Executive Director will manage a portfolio of 100-125 major gift donors and donor prospects (who have the potential to make high five to 6+ figure gifts) and will work closely with the Vice President for College Advancement, the President of Washington College, and additional college staff and volunteer leadership in unifying a college campaign strategy and ramping up program activity in preparation for a comprehensive campaign for Washington College.  

    Reporting directly to the Executive Director of Major Gifts are the Senior Development Officer, the Reunion Giving Officer, the Development Officer for Athletics with a Parent Giving Officer and an Administrative Assistant for Advancement reporting up through to the Executive Director.  

     

    Qualifications:

    Bachelor’s Degree required.  The successful candidate will have a proven track record of successfully closing outright and planned major gifts, experience raising funds in the fast-paced environment of a comprehensive capital campaign, a successful history of managing professional and administrative staff, be a team player and comfortable being a member of several teams, and be a talented writer and communicator.  The successful candidate must also have the ability to develop strong relationships with donors with the highest degree of professionalism.

     

    This individual must have high professional aspirations, a willingness to travel, a solid understanding of metrics and best practices related to moves management, a desire to mentor and promote a collaborative environment among front-line fundraisers. A keen budgetary acumen and a natural sense of curiosity and creativity are also desired. 

     

    Application Process:

    Applicants should submit a letter of interest, resume, and contact information for three professional references through our online portal Consensus, at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp. If you have more than one document you would like to include under “Other Documentation,” please combine into one Word (.doc) or PDF file and upload under “Attach Other Document.” Washington College will start considering applications immediately and all positions will remain open until filled.

  • Director of Student Engagement

    JOB SUMMARY:

    Responsible for providing leadership and direction to office of student engagement in order to ensure programs and services contribute to overall student engagement, satisfaction, and student learning.  The director of student engagement oversees the development and administration of a comprehensive out-of-class engagement program, including planning and implementation of student-oriented events, oversight of Greek life, community service, student organizations and clubs, and the efficient management of assigned programming spaces and event services.  Directs activities of the department in accordance with departmental mission and planning, as well as the mission and planning of student affairs and the institution.

     

    Essential Functions:

     

    1. Guides and supports the development of an inclusive, engaging and lively program of social and educational activities for the student community, and the management of responsive and effective student activities event services. 
    2. Directs the Greek life program consisting of four national fraternities, three national sororities, Interfraternal Council, and Panhellenic Council and President’s Council;
    3. Cultivates and sustains mutually beneficial community-campus partnerships that enhance student learning through community service opportunities; Advises Service Council and SGA Secretary of Service and ensure adaptation to the needs of the campus and community.
    4. Works closely with and is available to students on an individual and group basis for issues relating to student activities and/or student organizations and clubs.  Acts as primary administrative contact for all student organizations and organization leadership. 
    5. Ensures that campus center/student activity programs and services are inclusive and supportive of diversity and multicultural education issues.
    6. Oversees assigned programming space.
    7. Advises Student Events Boards and guides the development of responsive, effective and well-managed student activities.
    8. Collaborates in the development and implementation of student organizations and clubs programs, services and guidelines, including the coordination of the fall faculty advisor workshop and other workshops designed to support and enhance student organizations and clubs.
    9. Establishes collaborative relationships with student affairs departments and staff, as well as other campus departments, staff and faculty responsible for student life and academic success.
    10. Directs the development and implementation of student engagement-related procedures, policies and practices in accordance with the needs of the college and nationally accepted best practices, including publication and distribution of information to student leaders and the campus community
    11. When appropriate, participates with other campus departments and staff in responding to student crisis and/or student conduct concerns.
    12. Engages in regular assessment and planning to increase the effectiveness of student activities programs and services in promoting student satisfaction and learning.
    13. Develops and manages student activity budgets, oversees (or directly administers where appropriate) preparation/negotiation of contracts with performing artists, promoters and vendors.
    14. Works collaboratively with Dining Services to effectively administer and maintain campus center spaces.

     

    SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

    Supervises the Assistant Director of Student Engagement

     

    ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

    Acts within scope of authority consistent with College objectives, guidelines, policies, and practices.  Performs related duties incidental to the work described herein or as may be assigned.

     

    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

    Demonstrated ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; exercise effective independent professional judgment; establish and maintain collaborative working relationships with students, student organizations, faculty, staff, and external vendors; and relate successfully in one-on-one and group situations with persons representing diverse backgrounds and interests.  Demonstrated knowledge of principles, practices and theories of student learning and development; understanding of the cultural, social, recreational, and educational needs of the college community; and proficiency in planning and assessment of program and activities, and principles of student employee training, supervision and evaluation.

     

    Master’s degree in higher education administration, student personnel or related field, and 1-3 years professional experience in student activities and/campus center management at a supervisory level, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

     

    WORK SCHEDULE/HOURS:

    This is a twelve month administrative position.  Flexible hours required including frequent evening and weekend work. 

     

    How to Apply:

    When applying please submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information of three professional references through our on-line portal athttps://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

     

  • Dish Room Attendant (Full-Time, Benefit Eligible)

    Under direct supervision of the Meal Plan Supervisor, the Dish Room Attendant will maintain and sanitize kitchen work areas, dining equipment, dishes, utensils, the Main Dining Room and stock inventory. The Dish Room Attendant must also be an enthusiastic team player with excellent customer service skills; reliable and willing to work a variety of shifts, including weekends, and experienced with safe food handling practices.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

    Wash and sanitize hands before beginning to work and in rest room after each use. Report all accidents or injuries immediately to the supervisor. Responsible for the stacking, soaking of all dish items before washing. Washing all dishes according to procedure and restock as needed. Responsible for cleaning the Main Dining Room by removing all dishes, washing the tables and vacuuming the floor. Responsible for cleaning and restocking the restrooms. Responsible for restocking beverages when needed. Clean and sanitize the dish machine after each shift. Check out with the supervisor at the end of each shift. Other duties as may be assigned.

    SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:

    High School Diploma or GED Equivalent. Previous food service or restaurant experience required. Effective organizational and oral communication skills. Highly developed human relations skills. Ability to multi-task.

  • GIS Analyst I

    This is a one-year fixed term grant funded position to assist one of our customers.  The successful applicant will report to the Washington College GIS Program Coordinator and be located in the GIS office in Chestertown, Maryland. Primary duties will include: data entry and creation, mapping creation and spatial analysis along with update and maintenance of databases related to traffic enforcement issues.  In addition, this position will be required to work closely with a wide variety of law enforcement and government professionals.  Good communication skills are essential.  The position has the ability to be extended should funding be available. 

    Duties and Responsibilities: The position of GIS Analyst I assists in the design, development and creation of databases, maps and other related analysis products for the Maryland Highway Safety Office.  The position will work with multiple disparate datasets, many of which are not currently in a suitable format for analysis with GIS, and must have the ability to understand and adapt to new datasets while keeping all project information current and organized to assure accessibility to others.  The GIS Analyst I must utilize sound, independent judgment; follow oral and written instruction and present an overall professional appearance. 

    Skills and Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Geography, Computer Science, Engineering, Criminal Justice or related field preferred.An understanding of law enforcement and the operating structure of local and state government. Familiarity with Microsoft Access, Excel and relational databases is preferred.ArcGIS skills are preferred.Ability to work independently and in a team environment, establish methodology to complete a project, and produce final products within a given timeframe.Ability to pass a Maryland and FBI criminal records background check within 30 days of employment.

    How to Apply: When applying please submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information of three professional references through our on-line portal at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

  • GIS Analyst II

    Education Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Geography, Computer Science, Engineering, Criminal Justice or related field preferred; with a minimum of two years’ experience using the ArcGIS 10 Desktop platform.  A Master’s degree may substitute for some experience.  Preference will be given to Master’s level candidates.

    Job Description:

    This is an ongoing grant funded position to assist one of our customers (our 4th year of funding).  The successful applicant will report to the Washington College Senior GIS Project Manager and be located in the GIS office in Chestertown, Maryland. Primary duties will include: data entry and creation, mapping creation and spatial analysis along with update and maintenance of databases related to alcohol and traffic enforcement issues related to DUI checkpoints and saturation patrols and other traffic related citations and crashes.  In addition, this position will be required to work closely with a wide variety of law enforcement and government professionals.  Good communication skills are essential.  The position has the ability to be extended should funding be available. 

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    The position of GIS Analyst II assists in the design, development and creation of databases, maps and other related analysis products for the Maryland Highway Safety Office.  The position will work with multiple disparate datasets, many of which are not currently in a suitable format for analysis with GIS, and must have the ability to understand and adapt to new datasets while keeping all project information current and organized to assure accessibility to others.  The GIS Analyst II must utilize sound, independent judgment; follow oral and written instruction and present an overall professional appearance. 

    Qualifications and Skills:

    An understanding of law enforcement and the operating structure of local and state government.

    An interest in analyzing traffic related GIS data because that is what this job is all about.

    Familiarity with Microsoft Access, Excel and relational databases is required.

    Excellent ArcGIS Desktop skills are required and knowledge of ArcGIS server and python are very strongly desired.

    Ability to work independently and in a team environment supervising student interns, establish methodologies to complete a project, and produce final products within a given timeframe.

    Ability to pass a Maryland and FBI criminal records background check within 30 days of employment.

    A desire to relocate to the Chestertown, Maryland area on the beautiful Eastern Shore of Maryland.  Candidates who have to commute more 30 minutes are discouraged from applying unless willing to relocate.  If you live further away than that, please let us know in your cover letter your desire to relocate to our region otherwise your application may not be reviewed.

    H1B visa candidates may be considered if they can immediately go to work under CPT or OPT with permission of their current college or university.  The details of your current visa situation must be clearly identified in your cover letter for consideration.  The College is willing pay all H1B visa costs for extraordinary candidates who can write and speak fluently in English.

    Washington College does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, or any other legally protected classification in the administration of any of its educational programs and activities or with respect to admission and employment.

     

    How to Apply: 

    When applying please submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information of three professional references through our on-line portal at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

  • GIS Project Manager

    Education Requirements: Master’s degree in Geography, Computer Science, Engineering, Criminal Justice or related field preferred; with a minimum of four years’ experience using the ArcGIS 10 Desktop platform and at least two solid years of ArcGIS Server experience.  A PhD degree may substitute for some experience. 

    Job Description:

    This is an ongoing grant funded position to assist one of our customers (our 8th year of funding).  The successful applicant will report to the Washington College GIS Program Coordinator and be located in the GIS office in Chestertown, Maryland. Primary duties will include: managing the enterprise level criminal justice applications on ArcGIS Server, performing complex analysis of crime with ArcGIS Desktop, managing our I2 analysis products, and maintaining over two dozen criminal justice databases.  In addition, this position will be required to work closely with a wide variety of law enforcement and government professionals.  Good communication skills are essential. 

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    The position of GIS Project Manager assists in the design, development and creation of databases, maps and other related analysis products for the law enforcement and criminal justice community.  The position will work with multiple disparate datasets, many of which are not currently in a suitable format for analysis with GIS, and must have the ability to understand and adapt to new datasets while keeping all project information current and organized to assure accessibility to others.  This position manages our enterprise level criminal justice e applications and needs to know how to manage ArcGIS server applications.  The GIS Project Manager must utilize sound, independent judgment; follow oral and written instruction and present an overall professional appearance. 

    Qualifications and Skills:

    An understanding of law enforcement and the operating structure of local and state government.

    An interest in crime analysis, databases, and complex secure enterprise level web GIS solutions

    Familiarity with Microsoft Access, Excel and relational databases is required.

    Excellent ArcGIS Desktop skills are required and knowledge of ArcGIS server, databases, and python are also needed.  Practical experience in all the above is needed.

     

    If you know everything above and also know how to use I2 Analyst Notebook this would be amazing

    Ability to work independently and in a team environment supervising student interns, establish methodologies to complete a project, and produce final products within a given timeframe.

    Ability to pass a Maryland and FBI criminal records background check within 30 days of employment.

    A desire to relocate to the Chestertown, Maryland area on the beautiful Eastern Shore of Maryland.  Candidates who have to commute more 30 minutes are discouraged from applying unless willing to relocate.  If you live further away than that, please let us know in your cover letter your desire to relocate to our region otherwise your application may not be reviewed.

    H1B visa candidates may be considered if they can immediately go to work under CPT or OPT with permission of their current college or university.  The details of your current visa situation must be clearly identified in your cover letter for consideration.  The College is willing pay all H1B visa costs for extraordinary candidates who can write and speak fluently in English.

    Washington College does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, or any other legally protected classification in the administration of any of its educational programs and activities or with respect to admission and employment.

    How to Apply: When applying please submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information of three professional references through our on-line portal at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

  • Head Sailing Coach

    RESPONSIBILITIES: Washington College (NCAA, DIII, Centennial Conference) is accepting applications for full-time (10 month contract) Head Coach for Coed and Woman’s Sailing. Responsibilities: organization and supervision of all aspects of the coed and women’s sailing program include but not limited to the recruitment of qualified student athletes: compliance with NCAA and Washington College guidelines: scheduling, organizing, and conducting practices/competitions; and budget management.

    QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree and related coaching and/or sailing experience required. Master’s degree preferred.

    APPLICATION PROCESS: Interested candidates should submit a letter of application, resume, and contact information for three references (including name, address, phone number, and email address) through our on-line applicant portal at www.HigherEdDecisions.com. For assistance accessing our on-line applicant portal, contact Human Resources, 410-778-7260.

     

    Washington College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications from women and members of minority groups. 

  • Housekeeper/Custodian (Full-Time, Benefit Eligible)

    Job Summary:

    To provide a clean and safe facility and to project a pleasant, positive attitude. General cleaning services using a variety of specialized chemicals and equipment. Works from a schedule identifying specific areas and tasks to complete each shift. Hours of work may vary. May be asked to cover other areas in the event of a co-worker’s absence, or work additional hours, or on weekends if needed to meet service requirements.

    Essential Functions:

    1. Cleans rooms, classrooms, hallways, lobbies, lounges, restrooms, corridors, elevators, stairways, locker rooms and other work areas (water coolers/fountains and polish metal).
    2. Sweeps, scrubs, waxes and polishes floor surfaces.
    3. Utilizes powered carpet floor cleaning equipment to accomplish task. Cleans or vacuums rugs, carpets, upholstered furniture, and window coverings (blinds, etc.).
    4. Empty and clean trash receptacles. Re-line cans. Transport trash and waste to disposal area.
    5. Must handle various cleaning solvents, chemicals, etc. Must comply with all regulation such as OSHA, EPA, State Health Department, etc.
    6. Report any needed repairs immediately to Building & Grounds (such as leaky faucets or toilets, loose tile, broken window panes, missing nuts or screws, beds needing repair, etc.).
    7. Wash interior and exterior windows as scheduled. May be required to wash exterior windows with a telescoping window washing tool.
    8. Keep an inventory of supplies and requisition replacements from the Director of Housekeeping in advance to assure cleaning will not be hindered. Maintain all supplies and equipment in clean and orderly fashion with labels on all chemical containers.
    9.  Any other task assigned by supervisor to, but not limited to, maintain a clean and safe environment for Washington College students, staff, faculty and visitors.

    Physical Requirements:

    Ability to bend, stoop, reach, kneel, climb and walk. Must be able to lift/carry items weighing up to 50 lbs. Requires standing/walking for extended periods of time. Requires ability to operate motorized cleaning equipment, and be able to lift heavy objects and move light furniture. Vacation approval may be limited during peak activity periods

    Educational Background:

    High School Diploma or equivalent required.

    How to Apply: 

    When applying please submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information of three professional references through our on-line portal at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

  • Patrol Officer (part-time, not eligible for benefits)

    Candidate will be responsible for performing investigative and general patrol duties related to matters of the building security, personal safety, and protection of property.

    Responsibilities:

     

    Patrol campus facilities and grounds to observe and ensure safety and security of persons, building, and property. Assist members of the College community and the general public relating to the campus. Thoroughly investigate crimes and/ or complaints. Administer first aid and coordinate emergency response. Collaborate with law enforcement agencies with regard to investigations. Other duties as assigned.

     

    Qualifications:

     

    • High School Diploma or G.E.D. required
    • Completion of courses in law enforcement or security officer training preferred
    • Previous experience in security work or similar exposure to the public is desirable
    • Possession of first aid certificate or undergo first-aid training on the job
    • Must possess a valid driver’s license
    • Proven ability to work in potential crisis situations

     

    How to Apply: 

    When applying please submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information of three professional references through our on-line portal at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

     

  • PM Retail Lead (Full-Time)

    Supports Retail Director & Supervisors with all aspects of operations within retail services. Able to problem solve and work through day to day events. Ensures that the food and service offered to the college community and guests in Retail Operations is of superior quality and generates the highest levels of customer satisfaction. Maintains excellent relationships with managers, campus community and guests. Promotes the professional growth and development of food service employees. Guarantees the operation meets the highest standards in safety and sanitation.

     

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

    The primary responsibility of the Retail Shift Lead is day to day administration, organization, and inventory support for retail sales and customer support.

    The Retail Store Shift Lead executes retail operations and supervise staff during scheduled shifts. Supervises staff during assigned shifts. Ensures customer needs are met, complaints are resolved, and service is quick and efficient. Maintains retail appearance and product presentation to company standards. Provides support to sales associates during peak periods or when scheduling conflicts arise. Requires a high school diploma with 1-3 years of experience in the field or in a related area. Familiar with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within a particular field. Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. May lead and direct the work of others.

     

    HOW TO APPLY:

    When applying please submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information of three professional references through our on-line portal at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

     

  • Prep/Cashier (Full-Time, Benefit Eligible)

    Prepares, creates and serves top quality and visually appealing sandwiches, salads and sides in a fast paced environment. Responsible for handling all meal plan and cash transactions by use of a PC cash register. Must have knowledge of menu item pricing, including knowledge of meal plan program. Will adhere to safety & sanitation guidelines and conduct themselves in a professional manner & appearance with excellent customer service skills, while offering a warm welcome to our customer.  Must be a team player and work well with others. 

     

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

    Responsible for having and using sanitation solution in station at all times. Responsible for keeping area around cash register clean and presentable throughout shift. Responsible for set-up and/or breakdown. Communicate any concerns, comments or needs to management presented by our customers. Responsible for bank and contents and the handling of money. You will have to sign-off on your cashier work sheet, showing the amount of money that is in your bank.  If there is a discrepancy at the beginning of your shift, you must notify a manager immediately. At the end of your shift you will count the amount of money in your bank, and deposit anything over the initial bank total. Cashiers will sign off on the cashier work sheet and have a manager and or supervisor sign off at the same time. Each retail outlet will have an AM and PM cashier bag.  You will need to get change money from either your manager or an accounting person at the start of your shift, and prepare for the entire shift.  Responsible for your bag and making sure the bank matches the z reading at the end of your shift. Cashier’s bag must be organized at the end of the shift, with the larger bills deposited.  Deposited money must be put in an envelope at the end of the shift, with the cashier report.

     

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    High School Diploma or GED required. Must have 1-3 years of related experience. Must be highly proficient with the use of computers and software including but not limited to Microsoft Excel, Word, Micros and CS Gold. Must have excellent customer service skills and respect our customer base. Must be able to work weekends. Servsafe Certificate and previous managerial skills preferred. Must be able to bend and lift 40 pounds. Must be able to work long hours, while standing.

     

    HOW TO APPLY:

    Applicants should submit a letter of interest, resume, and contact information for three professional references through our online portal Consensus, athttps://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp.  If you have more than one document that you would like to include under “Other Documentation,” please combine into one Word (.doc) or PDF file and upload under “Attach Other Document.”     Washington College will start considering applications immediately and all positions will remain open until filled.  

  • Retail PM Supervisor

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

    Supports Retail Director with all aspects of operations within retail services. Able to problem solve and work through day to day events. Ensures that the food and service offered to the college community and guests in Retail Operations is of superior quality and generates the highest levels of customer satisfaction. Maintains excellent relationships with managers, campus community and guests. Promotes the professional growth and development of food service employees. Guarantees the operation meets the highest standards in safety and sanitation.

    *Quality, Customer Satisfaction, Safety & Sanitation

    *Employee Accountability

    *Cash Handling, Voids, and Reconciliation

    *Closing Responsibilities

     

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    High School Diploma or GED required. Must have 3-5 years of related experience. Must be highly proficient with the use of computers and software including but not limited to Microsoft Excel, Word, Micros and CS Gold. Must have excellent customer service skills and respect our customer base. Must be able to work weekends. Servsafe Certificate and previous managerial skills preferred. Must be able to bend and lift 40 pounds. Must be able to work long hours, while standing.

     

    HOW TO APPLY:

    Applicants should submit a letter of interest, resume, and contact information for three professional references through our online portal Consensus, at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp.  If you have more than one document that you would like to include under “Other Documentation,” please combine into one Word (.doc) or PDF file and upload under “Attach Other Document.”     Washington College will start considering applications immediately and all positions will remain open until filled.  

  • Retail Prep/Cashier (Part-Time, Temporary)

    Prepares, creates and serves top quality and visually appealing sandwiches, salads and sides in a fast paced environment. Responsible for handling all meal plan and cash transactions by use of a PC cash register. Must have knowledge of menu item pricing, including knowledge of meal plan program. Will adhere to safety & sanitation guidelines and conduct themselves in a professional manner & appearance with excellent customer service skills, while offering a warm welcome to our customer.  Must be a team player and work well with others. 

     

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

    Responsible for having and using sanitation solution in station at all times. Responsible for keeping area around cash register clean and presentable throughout shift. Responsible for set-up and/or breakdown. Communicate any concerns, comments or needs to management presented by our customers. Responsible for bank and contents and the handling of money. You will have to sign-off on your cashier work sheet, showing the amount of money that is in your bank.  If there is a discrepancy at the beginning of your shift, you must notify a manager immediately. At the end of your shift you will count the amount of money in your bank, and deposit anything over the initial bank total. Cashiers will sign off on the cashier work sheet and have a manager and or supervisor sign off at the same time. Each retail outlet will have an AM and PM cashier bag.  You will need to get change money from either your manager or an accounting person at the start of your shift, and prepare for the entire shift.  Responsible for your bag and making sure the bank matches the z reading at the end of your shift. Cashier’s bag must be organized at the end of the shift, with the larger bills deposited.  Deposited money must be put in an envelope at the end of the shift, with the cashier report.

     

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    High School Diploma or GED required. Must have 1-3 years of related experience. Must be highly proficient with the use of computers and software including but not limited to Microsoft Excel, Word, Micros and CS Gold. Must have excellent customer service skills and respect our customer base. Must be able to work weekends. Servsafe Certificate and previous managerial skills preferred. Must be able to bend and lift 40 pounds. Must be able to work long hours, while standing.

     

    HOW TO APPLY:

    Applicants should submit a letter of interest, resume, and contact information for three professional references through our online portal Consensus, athttps://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp.  If you have more than one document that you would like to include under “Other Documentation,” please combine into one Word (.doc) or PDF file and upload under “Attach Other Document.”     Washington College will start considering applications immediately and all positions will remain open until filled.  

  • Retail Sophie’s Café Attendant (Full-Time)

    Under general direction of the Retail Director, the Barista will support managers with all aspects of operations within dining services. The Barista will be responsible for preparing, serving and having extensive knowledge of hot & cold beverages such as drip coffee, espresso drinks, smoothies, teas and fresh baked goods. The Barista is also responsible for handling all meal plan and cash transactions by use of PC cash register. Must have knowledge of menu item pricing, including knowledge of meal plan program.  Must be proficient in following sanitation guidelines and conduct them selves in a professional manner.

     

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

    * Using and cleaning Espresso Machine

    * Having and using sanitation solution in station at all times.

    * Keeping a clean, sanitized and organized work station.

    * Stocking and cleaning customer service station with paper products and beverage condiments

    * Keeping area around cash register, seating area and entry way clean and presentable throughout shift.

    * Set-up and/or breakdown

    * Receiving and stocking retail products

    * Prepare, bake and serve baked goods such as muffins, scones and bagels

    * Checking temperatures of freezers, refrigerators and heating equipment to ensure proper functioning

    * Communicate any concerns, comments or needs to management presented by our customers.

     

    SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS:
    High School Diploma or GED Equivalent required. Previous food service or restaurant experience highly preferred. Ability to work extended hours while standing. Demonstrate ability to work in a team orientated environment or independently. Must have strong oral and written communication skills. Must have the ability to perform significant lifting, carrying, pushing, and/or pulling; some climbing and balancing; frequent stooping, kneeling, and crouching. Ability to problem solve and work through day-by-day events.

     

    HOW TO APPLY:

    When applying please submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information of three professional references through our on-line portal athttps://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

  • Server (Temporary, Part-Time)

    The Server will provide outstanding service to Hodson Dining customers by engaging in a variety of general food service and hospitality related tasks. The Server will consistently greet, welcome and interact with customers in a warm and friendly manner to promote an atmosphere of hospitality and familiarity. S/He will be knowledgeable about the ingredients and preparation methods of the foods served. The incumbent will prepare, assemble and/or serve various foods and beverages in a professional manner. S/He will keep assigned food service stations and storage areas properly stocked. S/He will set-up and maintain assigned food service stations throughout service periods and will assist elsewhere in the unit as customer demand requires. S/He will break-down, clean and sanitize food service stations according to established procedures at the end of a service periods, set-up and work cold buffet, hot buffet, grill, soup and salad, floor, desserts, beverages, dining room and/or other food service stations in the unit as required. S/He will assist the culinary staff with basic food service tasks such as carving meats, light cooking and food preparation, garnishing, and food display. General cleaning tasks in accordance with accepted food service sanitation standards that are assigned as part of the daily unit housekeeping and sanitation schedules. S/He will provide table service and other related tasks for special events. 

    SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS: 

    High School Diploma or GED Equivalent. Previous food service, restaurant experience required, or other customer service related business. Applicants must be an enthusiastic team player with excellent customer service skills; reliable and willing to work a variety of shifts, including weekends. Possess good interpersonal skills with the ability to comfortably interact with customers and peers in a friendly and helpful manner. Ability to understand and execute basic food service sanitation and safety practices. 

    HOW TO APPLY: 
    When applying please submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information of three professional references through our on-line portal at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.