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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 ratio 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.

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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

Application Process Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

 

Faculty Positions

  • Assistant Professor Philosophy and Religion

    The Washington College Department of Philosophy and Religion seeks a colleague at the rank of Assistant Professor, with Philosophy Ph.D. in hand, AOS Ancient Chinese philosophies, and AOC History of Western Philosophy, Ancient or Modern. Washington College emphasizes excellence in teaching and we seek a colleague committed to engaging students from a range of backgrounds and conveying philosophy’s continued bearing on the contemporary world.

     

    The standard 3/3 load will include Intro to Philosophy each semester and creation of new courses in one’s AOS. The Department’s four professors share responsibility for Logic, Ancient, and Modern.  We offer a religion minor:  the ability to teach religion courses will be viewed favorably. The Philosophy Department also contributes one course per year to the “First Year Seminar.” Finally, all faculty are expected to direct senior thesis projects.  Please submit cover letter describing one’s research interests and teaching experience, as well as the CV, references, writing sample, and a teaching portfolio.  The portfolio should include a teaching statement that speaks to engaging students of various backgrounds, how you contemporize your area of specialization, and evidence of excellence in teaching (may take the form of teaching awards, student evaluations, teaching-related publications, etc.).  For full consideration, materials must be sent on or before December 5, 2017 to Dr. Jennifer Benson, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Philosophy and Religion, using our online portal, Consensus.  See “Application Process” at http://hr.washcoll.edu/.

     

    We will conduct first-round Skype interviews in the second week of January.  On campus interviews of finalists will take place in February.

     

    Washington College, founded in 1782, is a selective liberal arts institution of about 1,450 students, with a 12:1 ratio of students to scholar/educators.  Located on Maryland’s rural Eastern Shore, in colonial Chestertown, the College allows professors to link their course content to the farming and waterman communities, as well as the Chesapeake Bay.  Chestertown is busy with festivals, the arts, historic preservation, and the local foods movement.  The College academic calendar features a wealth of invited speakers, poets, and artists of national and international prominence, as well as the department’s own funded speakers.  Philosophers who thrive on the intellectual stimulation of cross-disciplinary work should note the College’s academic focus on Chinese language and literature, politics of Asia, Environmental Science, International Studies Program, Rose O’Neil Literary House, The Center for Environment and Society, and the Star Center for the American Experience.

     

     Washington College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse cultural environment and encourages applications from women, minorities, disabled persons and veterans. 

     

  • Assistant Professor in Cognitive Neuroscience (Tenure-Track)

    The Psychology Department at Washington College invites applications for an Assistant Professor in Cognitive Neuroscience to begin August 2018. Washington College, founded in 1782, is a selective liberal arts institution of about 1,450 students from 35 states and 40 nations. We have an 11:1 ratio of students to scholar/educators. Located on Maryland’s rural Eastern Shore, Chestertown is busy with festivals, the arts, historic preservation, and the local foods movement. The College academic calendar features a wealth of invited speakers, poets, and artists of national and international prominence, as well as the department’s own funded speakers.

    We seek an individual with expertise in the biological basis of human cognition who can contribute to curricular offerings in Psychology. Candidates must have a Ph.D. in Cognitive Neuroscience or a related discipline by the start date. The successful candidate will share with other departmental members the responsibility of offering a biologically based General Psychology course, Biopsychology with lab, an upper level research course in their specialty, as well as other related courses such as Drugs and Behavior. Preference will be given to individuals able to teach Cognitive Neuroscience with a laboratory and an advanced Statistics and Design course. The successful candidate will be expected to participate in the College’s first year seminar (FYS) program (for more information on this program, see https://www.washcoll.edu/academics/writing/first-year-seminar/). We particularly value candidates who demonstrate an interest in undergraduate education and an interest in engaging students within and outside the classroom. Although the specific area of research interest within cognitive neuroscience is open, the successful candidate will be expected to develop an independent program of research that involves undergraduates. This position comes with dedicated lab space that includes topographic EEG, high quality eyegaze tracking, transcranial doppler, and a lab equipped with e-Prime and SuperLab.

    Please submit: a CV, a letter describing teaching and research goals, and evidence of teaching effectiveness at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp. Three letters of reference should be sent to CognitiveNeurosciencePosition@washcoll.edu. Priority will be given to those who apply before February 15, 2018 but applications received after this date will continue to be considered until the position is filled. Inquiries should be directed to Professor Cindy Gibson, chair of the Psychology Department (cgibson2@washcoll.edu). 

    Washington College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse cultural environment and we strongly encourage applications from historically underrepresented groups, women, individuals with disabilities, and veterans.

  • Assistant Professor of Economics (Tenure-Track)

    Tenure-track opening for an Assistant Professor of Economics to teach undergraduate economics courses starting in August of 2018.  We seek expertise in Behavioral Economics and Game theory. Additional expertise in History of Economic Thought, desirable but not necessary. Teaching responsibilities include a first year writing seminar. Commitment to excellence in undergraduate teaching is essential. Applicants should have a Ph.D., but individuals near degree completion will be considered.

    Washington College is a competitive, four-year liberal arts college located on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. For further information, see  www.washcoll.edu.

    APPLICATION PROCESS: 

    Please submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, contact information for three professional references, and all teaching evaluations from the most recent two years taught (including written comments) through Consensus https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp to the attention of Chair, Department of Economics, Washington College. Your teaching evaluations must be submitted as one document under “Other Documentation.” Three references letters should be submitted separately to econ_search@washcoll.edu with your name in the subject line. If you have any other documents that you would like to submit, please send them to econ_search@washcoll.edu.

    Review of applications will begin in December 2017 and we will interview at the AEA meetings in January, 2018.

  • Assistant Professor of International Finance (Tenure-Track)

    The Washington College Department of Business Management and the International Studies Program invites applications for a jointly-appointed full-time, tenure-track teaching position in International Finance starting in August 2018. The successful candidate will teach three courses per fall and spring semesters, including financial analysis and courses such as international finance or world capital markets, plus compensated (stipend or course release) supervision of a number of senior capstones. The successful candidate will also be expected to occasionally contribute to the College’s first-year seminar program. Enthusiasm for teaching in an undergraduate liberal-arts environment (with an emphasis on critical and analytical thinking, writing, speaking, and faculty-student interaction) is essential. We welcome candidates with an interest in developing experiential-learning opportunities and working individually with qualified students on research projects. This is an excellent 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. Candidates should have a Ph.D. or D.B.A. in hand at the start of employment. The College will hire at the assistant-professor level.

    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.  Visit these links to learn more about our programs and our approach to teaching:

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

    http://www.washcoll.edu/departments/business-management/

    http://www.washcoll.edu/departments/international-studies/

    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 employment@washcoll.edu. For other questions, please contact Prof. Vowels, at svowels2@washcoll.edu.

    Washington College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse cultural environment and encourages applications from women, minorities, disabled persons and veterans.

  • 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 2018. 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. Candidates must have earned a Ph.D. by August 2018. The successful candidate will have demonstrated commitment to teaching excellence and a strong interest in developing a career as a teacher-scholar in a small liberal arts institution.

    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).

    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 10 and will continue until the position is filled. Interviews may be conducted at the Joint Math Meetings in San Diego, CA in January 2018.

    Washington College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse cultural environment and encourages applications from women, minorities, disabled persons, and veterans.

     

  • Assistant Professor, Applied Cultural Anthropology (Tenure-Track)

    Washington College invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Applied Cultural Anthropology to begin August, 2018.  The successful candidate will have a demonstrated commitment to teaching excellence and an active record of engaging students in applied research.  The ability to teach any of the following upper level courses is a plus, although we are open to other exciting ideas: medical anthropology; applied anthropology; myth, religion and magic; and anthropology of globalization.  In addition to upper level courses, the successful candidate will teach introduction to cultural anthropology and contribute to the first-year seminar (https://www.washcoll.edu/about/first-year-programs-and-orientation/first-year-seminar/).  All department members mentor undergraduate students and supervise senior theses.  PhD required.  Geographical specialization outside of Latin America is preferred.  Teaching load is 3-3.

     

    Washington College, founded in 1782, is a selective liberal arts college of 1450 students located in historic Chestertown on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.  Located on a tributary of the Chesapeake Bay, we are within easy driving distance of Washington D.C., Baltimore, and Philadelphia.  Benefits include paid junior sabbatical, domestic partner benefits, paid parental leave, and funding for faculty development.  Applicants can learn more about the College at https://www.washcoll.edu/ and more about the Anthropology Program at https://www.washcoll.edu/departments/anthropology/.

     

    To apply, please submit electronic copies of a letter of application, curriculum vitae, one-page teaching philosophy, sample course syllabi, graduate transcript, and the names of three references through our online portal Consensus, at: https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp. If you have more than one document to include under “Other Documentation,” please combine them into one Word (.docx) or PDF file and upload under “Attach Other Document.”   Applications should be submitted by January 15th, 2018.  Materials should be directed to Dr. Aaron Lampman, Chair, Anthropology Department, email: alampman2@washcoll.edu.  Preliminary interviews will be conducted via phone/Skype starting January 22nd.  Final candidates will visit the campus in March.  Washington College is an equal opportunity employer. Women and minorities are especially encouraged to apply.

  • Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology

    Washington College, a selective liberal arts college of 1,450 students is conducting a search for a one-year Visiting Assistant Professor position. Teaching responsibilities include two semesters of an introductory non-major’s course of the candidate’s design, cell biology and an additional upper-level cellular/molecular course in the candidate’s area of specialty. The candidate will also teach the associated labs for these courses. It is expected that this individual will supervise senior theses, including the mentoring of student thesis research projects. Pending budgetary approval, this one-year position at the rank of Assistant Professor begins August 15, 2018. A commitment to excellence in undergraduate teaching is essential. A Ph.D. is preferred at the time of appointment, but current degree candidates will be considered. The College is located on a tributary of the Chesapeake Bay and is within 90 minutes of Washington, D.C., Baltimore, and Philadelphia. Submit electronic copies of curriculum vitae, a letter of interest including a statement of teaching philosophy, and the names and contact information of three references as a single PDF under the ‘Resume’ link at our on-line portal at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp.

    Inquiries can be emailed to Dr. Mindy Reynolds at biology@washcoll.edu. Review of applications will begin February 15th and will continue until the position is filled.

    Washington College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse cultural environment and encourages applications from women, minorities, disabled persons and veterans.

  • Visiting Assistant Professor of Chinese (3 Year)

    The Department of Modern Languages at Washington College invites applications for a three-year Visiting Assistant Professor in Chinese Language and Literature beginning in the 2018-19 Academic Year. The candidate must be able to teach Mandarin Chinese at all levels, literature courses, as well as additional classes pertaining to the candidate’s specialty and/or departmental needs.  The teaching load is 3/3. In addition to teaching, the candidate will assist in cultural events and other language and cultural outreach on campus. 

    The successful candidate must have native or near-native ability in Standard Mandarin Chinese and must have a PhD in a related field (ABD acceptable). The candidate should also have undergraduate teaching experience (preferably in the liberal arts).

    Washington College, founded in 1782, is a selective liberal arts institution of about 1,450 students that emphasizes excellence in teaching and a commitment to scholarly research. It is located on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, about 1.5 hours from Washington D.C., Baltimore, and Philadelphia. For more information please consult the college’s website (http://www.washcoll.edu) and the department’s website (https://www.washcoll.edu/departments/modern-languages/ ). 

    To Apply: Electronic copies of a statement of interest and curriculum vitae may be submitted to the attention of Dr. Nicole Grewling, Search Chair, Department of Modern Languages, Washington College, through our Consensus portal (https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp ). Three letters of recommendation will be required at a later stage.For assistance accessing our online applicant portal, contact Human Resources at employment@washcoll.edu.

    For other questions, please contact Dr. Grewling.

    Review of applications will begin on December 1st and will continue until the position is filled.

    Washington College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse cultural environment and encourages applications from women, minorities, disabled persons, and veterans.

  • Visiting Assistant Professor of English

    The Department of English at Washington College seeks candidates for a Visiting Assistant Professor appointment, with specialization in journalism and creative nonfiction to begin in August 2018. A terminal degree in Creative Writing, English, Journalism or associated fields is required; evidence of teaching excellence at the college level and publication are expected. The successful candidate will have experience and demonstrated commitment to teaching as well as interest teaching and mentoring students in a residential, liberal arts college environment. This position involves a 3/3 load comprised of teaching introductory and advanced writing and literature courses and will contribute to a new minor in Journalism, Editing, and Publishing. This is a one-year appointment, with the possibility for renewal.

    Washington College, home to a vibrant literary community, is located in historic Chestertown on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, enrolls approximately 1,450 students, and is within easy driving distance to Washington D. C., Philadelphia, and Baltimore. Applicants can learn more about the College at www.washcoll.edu, and more about the English department, the creative writing minor, the Sophie Kerr Series and Prize, and the Rose O’Neill Literary House at https://www.washcoll.edu/departments/english/.

    Application process:  Applicants should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae (with names of references), and a 20-page writing sample through our online portal Consensus at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp. Review of applications will begin February 23.

    Washington College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse cultural environment and encourages applications from women, minorities, disabled persons and veterans.

  • Visiting Assistant Professor of Physics

    The Department of Physics at Washington College invites applications for a one-year, full time visiting assistant professor of physics to begin in August 2018. We seek a candidate who is committed to teaching excellence and has the capacity to mentor undergraduate student research projects. Candidates should be prepared to teach introductory and advanced courses in physics, as well as labs. A Ph.D. at the time of appointment is expected. However, outstanding ABD candidates may also receive consideration. 

    Please submit a letter of interest, a curriculum vita, a statement of teaching philosophy, and the contact information for four references through the portal at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp. Review of applications will begin immediately; those received by March 23, 2018 will receive full consideration.

    Washington College is a selective liberal arts college of 1,400 students, located on the Eastern Shore of Maryland and within 1.5 hours of Washington D.C., Baltimore, and Philadelphia (for more information, please consult www.washcoll.edu). 

    Washington College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse cultural environment and encourages applications from women, minorities, disabled persons, and veterans.

 

Staff Positions

  • Admissions Counselor

    Washington College is seeking applicants for the Admissions Counselor position. This position plans, organizes, executes, and manages activities within designated geomarkets and states to recruit qualified students for admission to Washington College.

    Essential Functions:

    Manages data and activities within assigned geographic markets designed to promote Washington College

    Evaluates applications and other recruiting materials; conducts interviews with applicants

    Compiles and manages data to support the scheduling of recruitment travel 

    Coordinates communication and campus visits with professors, coaches, staff, faculty and alumni with prospective students 

    Develops relationships and maintains contact with high school counselors, prospective applicants, parents, and alumni volunteers.

    Responsible for implementing projects assigned by the Director of Recruitment.

    Education and Experience: 

    Bachelor’s degree required. Minimum of two years’ experience in a liberal arts environment required. Must possess the ability to relate to high school and college students with widely diverse backgrounds and interests. The person in this position must possess a high energy level, well-developed interpersonal skills, and the ability to get along well with diverse personalities. The successful candidate must be well organized, tactful, mature, flexible, and be comfortable performing multiple projects with minimal supervision. 

    To Apply:

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

    Washington College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse cultural environment and encourages applications from women, minorities, disabled persons, and veterans.

  • Area Coordinator

    Washington College is seeking qualified applicants for an Area Coordinator. The Area Coordinator is a twelve-month administrative position with the Office of Residential Life. This position directly supervises and coordinates the development of the FYRE halls comprised of approximately 350 first year students and 12-14 RAs. Serves as a positive role model in the position, of the department, and of the College. FYRE halls are traditional, corridor style halls comprised mainly of doubles with some triples and singles.

    Primary Responsibilities:

    Supervision:

    Assist in the recruitment, selection, and training of student staff

    Supervise, and evaluate the Resident Assistants

    Provide training and ongoing development opportunities for all supervisees

    Conduct weekly staff meetings that update and reinforce staff development

    Conduct regular one on one meetings with RAs

    Collaborate with student staff to develop action plans for growth

    Participate in department meetings, including weekly Residence Life meetings

    Community Development:

    Facilitate the development of a positive and inclusive community, working particularly with the Office of Intercultural Affairs and the Office of Wellness and Prevention

    Develop marketing and outreach for FYRE

    Develop meaningful connections with students and staff by being available during office hours and visible in the FYRE buildings

    Coordinate, implement, and assess the FYRE programming model and the freshmen residential experience

    Facilitate use of roommate and community agreements to identify student expectations and encourage development

    Encourage and actively structure processes, programs and outreach to increase student involvement and participation in activities, student councils, and other student organizations on campus

    Conduct wellness checks of students when needed in collaboration with Student Affairs office to ensure well-being of students and help identify and address issues impacting academic progress

    Student Development:

    Serve as a hearing officer for the student conduct process and provide facilitation for conflict resolution and mediation

    Collaborate with faculty and academic support staff with initiatives in the residence halls and promote the academic success and overall development of students

    Identify and address the developmental needs of students through educational interactions, crisis response protocol, and mediations

    Assist in management of student retention efforts

    Demonstrate commitment to the development of students and student groups. Provide counsel and advice in the broad areas of academic, career, and personal concerns, or refer them to the appropriate office 

    Administrative/Organization:

    Serve in on-call crisis response duty rotation after business hours

    Respond to crises, incidents, and facility needs in residence halls

    Coordinate and oversee the administrative responsibilities of the assigned area, including room changes, damage billing, incident reports, conduct paperwork, etc.

    Hold regular office hours for student and student staff walk-ins

    Conduct weekly walk-throughs/inspections of all halls in assigned area

    Conduct exterior building inspections twice a month

    Report and follow up on facility and maintenance issues until resolved and share student needs and recommendations

    Acts as the on-site liaison to the Department of Public Safety regarding issues affecting the safety and security of resident students.

    Facilitate Health and Safety inspections with student staff in accordance with Residential Life policies and protocol

    Consistently enforces policies which prevent and react to damage and vandalism in order to decrease occurrences

    Education and Experience:

    A genuine interest in Residence Life and the multifaceted lifestyle required to manage residence halls

    Required to live in apartment in the residence halls. Accommodations vary dependent on assignment

    Flexible time management skills

    Master’s degree preferred

    Prior residential life or similar staff experience required

    To Apply:

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

    Washington College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse cultural environment and encourages applications from women, minorities, disabled persons, and veterans.

  • Associate Director of Development - Donor Relations & Stewardship

    The Associate Director of Development for Donor Relations and Stewardship is responsible for designing, implementing, and coordinating a comprehensive donor engagement and stewardship system that appropriately and consistently promotes interaction with and recognition of donors at all levels. To sustain positive and mutually rewarding relations between Washington College and its donors, this role collaborates with colleagues in College Advancement, College Relations, Academic Affairs, Administration and Finance, and Student Affairs.

    Primary Responsibilities:

    Developing the best strategies for effective stewardship of donors; maintain ongoing and active networking with internal and external constituencies to develop effective impact reporting.

    Leading the organization and implementation of dedication celebrations and recognition events for capital projects.

    Creating engagement opportunities and activities for giving societies and advisory boards.

    Essential Duties:

    Establishes and manages information tracking processes regarding acknowledgement, recognition, on-going communications and continued cultivation of past and current major donors to enhance their relationship with the College and increase the likelihood of continued contributions.

    Develops and assesses policies and procedures across the division and College that are essential for a comprehensive donor relations program.

    Helps to spearhead and implement innovative messaging strategies utilizing online stewardship and communication.

    Designs, documents, and implements a systematic and integrated donor relations program that encompasses donor recognition events including endowed position installations, and building naming dedications among other opportunities to celebrate exceptional philanthropy.

    Devises and uses consistent, accurate, and appropriate information-sharing mechanisms for stewarding prospects and donors.

    Proactively supports the stewardship responsibilities of the development staff by assisting them in establishing and coordinating individualized stewardship plans for donors and grant makers.

    Oversees gift agreement procedures and the documentation of newly established funds.

    Works collaboratively with College Advancement staff to compose letters, compile appropriate invitation lists, engage featured program participants, create programs and provide program materials, prepare program scripts and participant remarks (as needed) and create and/or obtain donor awards and recognitions.

    Serves as primary campus contact for the most significant donors, helping to resolve problems, questions, and concerns.

    Recommends and facilitates on- and off-campus publicity of major gifts and donors with College Relations.

    Advises on and facilitates the recognition of donors in both print and Web-based publications.

    Contributes donor and gift information for the Annual Report, oversees production of the donor roll, determines the report recipients, and facilitate the mailing.

    Coordinates and monitors the College’s recognition process through partnerships with College Events, Finance and Administration, Major Gifts, Foundation Relations and other colleagues in Advancement.

    Education, Experience and Skills:

    A bachelor’s degree is required with a minimum of three to five years of relevant experience, preferably in higher education in development, stewardship, advancement services or related field. Applicants with experience at comparably complex organizations also considered.

    Previous experience interacting with donors is essential.

    Knowledge and ability to create, execute, and oversee a comprehensive campus-wide donor acknowledgement and recognition system, including advising on complex and carefully orchestrated cultivation events and programs for the College’s major donors.

    Ability to generate creative solutions for stewarding donors in order to advance the College’s efforts to maintain and strengthen high-quality individual relationships with donors, requiring an ability to think strategically about donor engagement.

    Excellent organizational, interpersonal, verbal and high-quality written communication skills are essential.

    Excellent social skills, with large groups as well as with individuals.

    Ensures confidentiality and discretion regarding donor information.

    Detail oriented, well organized, focused and goal-oriented, with a high level of initiative.

    Adept at problem solving and using judgment in situations requiring independent initiative and tact. Proven skills and ability to manage multi-phase projects from inception to completion, including the ability to build consensus among team members and balance multiple concurrent priorities.

    Must possess the demonstrated ability to work independently and as part of a team in accomplishing the responsibilities of the position.

     

    Since 1782, students have come to this Maryland Eastern Shore campus at pivotal moments in their lives, seeking not only an education, but an experience like no other. Offering a rigorous liberal arts curriculum and hands on learning environment in a remarkably beautiful setting, Washington College has afforded generations of alumni with traditions that resonate.

    To ensure that donors experience high-quality interactions with Washington College, the Alumni and Constituent Engagement team works across the institution to ensure rewarding and fulfilling relationships that ensure long-term engagement and investment. We accomplish this through excellent stewardship of our top donors, leadership volunteers, and alumni and friends through creative and effective opportunities for engagement, acknowledgement, and recognition. Our goal is to work with our internal partners (faculty, staff, students and volunteers) to provide meaningful experiences that help increase their level of involvement with, and on-going support for Washington College.

    The largest fundraising effort ever launched by Washington College, the Forge a Legacy campaign provides an inspiring platform for philanthropy, and sets the stage for the College’s future. Focusing on four priority areas, Forge a Legacy will have tremendous impact on our students’ success – today and beyond. The pillars for funding opportunity emphasize Faculty Excellence, Student Engagement, The Learning Environment, and Access and Affordability. With a goal to raise $150 million by June 30, 2020, the College will complete the campaign with new and upgraded facilities, a significantly larger endowment, and increased current use funding to enhance the student experience. As of December, 2017, over $100 million has been secured. Washington College aspires to build a next-level, best-in-class approach to stewardship and donor engagement for all who have contributed over time, and those who participate in the Forge a Legacy campaign.

    To Apply:

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

    Washington College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse cultural environment and encourages applications from women, minorities, disabled persons, and veterans.

  • Communications Manager

    Washington College is seeking qualified applicants for the Communications Manager position. The Communications Manager implements all communications plans within Enrollment Management (EM). From scheduling to deadlines, to preparing reports and presenting the data, the Communications Manager keeps outbound EM communications flowing smoothly. Works closely with student workers to manage and schedule social media content for EM, as well as updating the website with pertinent content.

    Essential Functions:

    Project management of EM communications including website, e-mail, social networks, and print, using project management software to keep all projects and team members involved and on schedule

    Keep projects within budget and on-time

    Measure effectiveness of campaigns and channels, reporting regularly on results to inform ongoing communications plans

    Work closely with the EM Operations team to create and manage communications flow and distribution of print mailings, emails, texts, handwritten notes, etc.

    Manage vendor relationships for mailings

    Collaborates on and implements social network marketing strategies to reach key constituencies, including prospective students, parents, and other key audiences

    Adjusts materials, timelines and methods of delivery based on feedback from audiences and in collaboration with College Relations & Marketing staff

    Curates web content, updating EM webpages with current and upcoming events, dates and new landing pages

    Works collaboratively with College Relations & Marketing staff to ensure brand consistency and mutually productive timing and content of messaging

    Manages recruitment marketing meetings, plans agenda and work flow

    Manages work schedules and day-to-day operations of student blogger team and marketing student workers and interns

    Reads applications and attends EM events on an as-needed basis

    Other related duties as assigned

    Education and Experience:

    Bachelor’s degree required in related field

    Demonstrated excellence in project management and written communications

    Experience with social networks and other electronic communications

    Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines and work under pressure

    Familiarity with CMS tools and strategies

    Experience executing multiple concurrent communications plans and schedules

    Required Skills and Abilities:

    Excellent written and oral communications skills

    Collaborative approach to problem solving and project development; strong interpersonal skills

    Ability to work under deadline pressure

    Attention to detail

    Well-organized

    Ability to balance and prioritize a multitude of projects at any given time to meet near- and far-term deadlines

    To Apply:

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

    Washington College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse cultural environment and encourages applications from women, minorities, disabled persons, and veterans.

  • Cook

    Washington College is seeking qualified applicants for the Cook position. This position prepares, presents, and serves food as needed in the Washington College Dining Hall.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 

    Obtains daily production schedule and preparation requirements from the Chef.

    Prepares items on production sheets, following established quantities and recipes. Utilizes approved food recipes and production standards to ensure proper quality, serving temperatures and standard portion control.

    Operates and cleans equipment per department procedures after each use.

    Stores, labels and dates all food items according to policy. Follows HACCP guidelines.

    Complies with federal, state and local health and sanitation regulations and department sanitation procedures.                                                                              

    Takes orders from customers and prepares items requiring short preparation time. Serves customers in an efficient and friendly manner.              

    Operates and cleans equipment per department procedures after each use.

    Prep work including, washing, peeling, cutting, and seeding vegetables and fruits along with weighing and measuring designated ingredients.

    Carries pans, kettles, and trays of food to and from work stations, stove, and refrigerator while maintaining all safety standards.

    Responsible for using commercial and non-commercial kitchen equipment, which include slicers, mixers, steamers, ovens, stoves, kettles and other equipment needed to complete tasks.

    Assists with catering and other special events in preparation, service and clean up.

    Assist with daily and weekly cleaning of the dining service areas of operation so that it meets operating standards.

    Qualifications:

    High school diploma or general education degree (GED) preferred but not required; or one to three months’ related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Must possess basic math ability and the ability to multi-task. Schedule may include days, nights, weekends and holidays. Must be able to regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.

    To Apply:

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

    Washington College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse cultural environment and encourages applications from women, minorities, disabled persons, and veterans.

  • Director of Capital Projects

    Washington College is seeking qualified applicants for the Director of Capital Projects position. This position performs develops project scopes, determines the appropriate method of accomplishment and prepares project request packages for approval. Investigates methods, materials, and systems and executes project cost estimates, drawings, specifications required for bidding. Monitors and tracks all projects submitted in the Major Capital and Minor Capital programs.

    Updates facility condition survey and all reporting requirements relative to the Facility Characteristics and Space Inventory reporting systems.

    Position performs construction project management with the assistance of required trades personnel. Maintains project logs, negotiates change orders, inspects for compliance with contract specifications and performs final acceptance inspections. Responsible for the planning and estimating of minor capital projects work orders, which require installation and are outside of the maintenance and repair scope. Prepares and processes all essential forms and documentation needed to close out projects both fiscally and physically.

    JOB QUALIFICATIONS

    • Engineering degree or equivalent relevant background and experience.
    • Comprehensive knowledge of project planning and development, contract management, estimating, design and construction management with experience in integrated project delivery.
    • Five years Facilities Management/Construction managing or supervising construction projects in the rage of $250k to $10 mill
    • Interpretation of specifications and blueprints, preparation of construction estimates is essential to this position.
    • Progressive experience in the management and supervision of new construction and renovation projects.
    • Demonstrated ability to perform inspections of workplace ensuring quality and code compliance.
    • Ability to coordinate the development of project scopes/programs and to develop realistic project budgets and schedules.
    • Demonstrated the ability to plan and prioritize, delegate and supervise work.
    • Excellent written and oral skills required.
    • Possesses working knowledge of building codes, fire and safety codes, and requirements.
    • Proven ability to maintain, manage and prepare reports and records essential.

    ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES/ROLE REQUIREMENTS

    • Serves on College committees as required
    • Prepares quarterly reports for Buildings and Grounds committee of the Board of Visitors and Governors
    • Contributes information to the Director for monthly reports for relevant Faculty committee(s) and Faculty meetings
    • Supports development of grant applications
    • Understand the overall objective of the College and including long-range goals. Able to provide input from a construction project perspective that would assist in long-term planning
    • When dealing with construction projects, must be able to balance economy with practicality effectively
    • Must be able to recognize and resolve conflicts that may arise that could affect the outcome of a project

    To Apply:

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

    Washington College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse cultural environment and encourages applications from women, minorities, disabled persons, and veterans.

  • Director of Student Engagement

    Washington College is seeking qualified applicants for a Director of Student Engagement. This position is responsible for the overall direction to the Office of Student Engagement, ensuring programs and services that serve a diverse student population, are grounded in the principles of student development, equity and inclusion, and learning outcomes. The Director works closely with students to promote student involvement and leadership development on campus and in the Chestertown community. The Director of Student Engagement oversees the development and administration of a comprehensive out-of-class and co-curricular engagement program, including planning and implementing student-oriented events, oversight of Greek life, community service, student organizations and clubs, and the efficient management of assigned programming spaces and event services. Reporting to the Assistant Dean of Students, the Director coordinates activities of the department in accordance with the Student Affairs mission which is to “inspire intellectual and personal development, challenging students to be self-reflective citizen-leaders in a diverse and changing world.”

    Essential Functions:

    Guides and supports the development of a robust and diverse offering of student activities that are inclusive, equitable, and meet the social, intercultural, and educational needs of the student community.

    Oversees a comprehensive new student orientation program, collaborating with other student affairs units as well as the Global Education office in supporting a successful transition to the College for all new students.

    Advises the Student Events Board and guides the development of responsive, effective and well-managed student activities. 

    Collaborates in the development and implementation of programmatic efforts via student organizations and clubs, services and guidelines, including coordination of the fall faculty advisor workshop and other workshops designed to support and enhance student organizations and clubs.

    Directs the Greek life program consisting of four national fraternities, three national sororities, Interfraternity Council, and Panhellenic Council.

    Advises student community service leaders ensuring that the community service program meets the needs of the campus and community while cultivating and sustaining mutually beneficial community-campus partnerships that enhance student learning through community service opportunities.

    Coordinates student leadership training and opportunities, paying close attention to engaging a broad and diverse pool of students and exposing them to principles of citizen-leadership, moral courage, social justice, inclusion, and equity.

    Acts as the primary administrative contact for all student organizations and organizational leadership

    Ensures that student center/student activity programs and services are inclusive and responsive to student interests and needs.

    Oversees assigned programming space in Hodson Student Center, working collaboratively with Dining Services to effectively administer and maintain these spaces.

    Participates in committees related to College safety and emergency procedures.

    Develops and maintains Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and an administrative calendar for the office.

    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.

    Directs the development and implementation of student engagement-related procedures, policies and practices in accordance with the needs of the College and national accepted best practices, including publication and distribution of information to student leaders and the campus community.

    When appropriate, participates with other campus departments and staff in responding to student crisis and/or student conduct concerns.

    Engages in regular assessment and planning to increase the effectiveness of student activities programs and services in promoting student learning outcomes.

    Develops and manages student activity budgets, oversees (or directly administers where appropriate) preparation/negotiation of contracts with performing artists, promoters, and vendors.

    Supervisory Responsibilities:

    Supervises the Assistant Director of Student Engagement, student assistants, and the Student Events Board executive members.

    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 group situations with persons representing diverse social and cultural identities 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 programs and activities and principles of student employee training, supervision, and evaluation. Experience managing at least one budget.

    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. Depth and breadth of knowledge in equity and inclusion education and cross-cultural communication. 

    To Apply:

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

    If you are attending The Placement Exchange at NASPA in Philadelphia, please include your number at the top of all materials.

    Washington College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse cultural environment and encourages applications from women, minorities, disabled persons, and veterans.

  • Food Service Worker (Part-Time)

    Washington College is seeking qualified applicants for a part-time Food Service Worker. This position prepares, presents and serves food as needed. There may be some cash handling involved in this position. Positions involved that fall under this job title include but are not limited to Deli, Pizza and Server.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    Prep work including, washing, peeling, cutting, and seeding vegetables and fruits along with weighing and measuring designated ingredients

    Carry pans, kettles and trays of food to and from work stations, stove and refrigerator while maintaining all safety standards

    Responsible for using commercial and non-commercial kitchen equipment, which include slicers, mixers, steamers, ovens, stoves, kettles and other equipment needed to complete tasks

    Properly store foods in designated areas following wrapping, dating and food safety and rotation procedures

    Clean work areas, equipment and utensils

    Distribute supplies, utensils and portable equipment

    Assist with catering and other special events in preparation, service and clean up

    Utilize approved food recipes and production standards to ensure proper quality, serving temperatures and standard portion control

    Serve customers in an efficient and friendly manner following outlined steps of service

    Resolve customer concerns and relays relevant information to supervisor

    Interact with co-workers to ensure compliance with company service standards and inventory and cash control procedures

    Assure compliance with all sanitation and safety requirements

    Perform sales transactions in a reasonable and timely fashion

    Carefully enter all sales into the cash register to ensure that all purchases are accurately recorded

    Make change, accept declining balance cards, and other acceptable forms of payment, and issue receipts to customers

    Follow standard procedures for issuing cash refunds

    Interact with customers and resolves customer complaints in a friendly and service oriented manner

    Responsible for all assigned change funds and cash receipts ensuring that cash drawer is in compliance with overage/shortage standards

    Assist with daily and weekly cleaning of the dining service areas of operation so that it meets operating standards

    Perform other duties and functions as assigned.

    Follow all rules and regulations set forth in the Washington College Employee Handbook and the Washington College Dining Services Supplemental Handbook

    Qualifications:

    High school diploma or general education degree (GED) preferred but not required; or one to three months’ related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Must possess basic math and reasoning abilities. Schedule may include days, nights, weekends and holidays. Must be able to regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.

    To Apply:

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

    Washington College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse cultural environment and encourages applications from women, minorities, disabled persons, and veterans.

  • Medical Office Assistant (Part-Time)

    Washington College is seeking qualified applicants for a Medical Office Assistant. This position is a 10 month, part time, non-benefit eligible position consisting of 19.5 hours per week during the academic year. The Medical Office Assistant is a multi-skilled allied health professional. This position functions as a member of the health care delivery team and assists with both administrative and clinical procedures in the Health and Counseling Center.

    Essential Functions:

    Administrative Support:

    Assists staff with the collection of student health records, collection of student health insurance waivers, and other duties essential to the operation of the Health and Counseling Center

    Access morning hospital, Lab and X-ray reports and Health Center emails and prepares the results/charts for medical review. Prepares front office to receive students at 8:30 AM

    Enters immunization dates and medical information into computerized program (Pyramed)

    Schedules clinical appointments for medical and counseling concerns

    Assists nursing staff with pre-authorization for prescription coverage or diagnostic testing when necessary  

    Assists with informative/educational bulletin boards/materials in the center

    Answers phones, directs phone calls, takes messages, checks voice mail, and transfers calls in a professional manner. Maintains communication among staff.

    Enters medical codes and charges for visits into electronic system after visits

    Assists with student check-in and check-out procedures

    Assists with updating and maintaining the Health Center website

    Clinical duties:

    Asepsis and infection control

    Accurately records patient histories and vital signs, either in written or electronic format

    Performs first aid and CPR in emergency situations

    Prepares patients for and assists with procedures

    Assists the physician or Nurse Practitioners with examinations and treatments

    Collects and processes specimens for testing

    Performs selected diagnostic tests

    Qualifications and Skills:

    Required:

    Certified Medical Office Assistant or Certified Nursing Assistant required (may substitute 2 years of clinical practice within the past 3 years)

    Must maintain current CPR certification

    Demonstrated understanding of confidentiality regulations

    Previous experience in word processing, computer scheduling, and electronic medical records systems

    Well-developed interpersonal skills with a customer service focus; ability to relate to a diverse population, including professional medical staff. Demonstrates respect for individual diversity including culture, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, gender expression, race, religion, age, economic status

    Ability to communicate effectively with students, parents, faculty, and staff, following current confidentiality laws

    Ability to maintain organization in a fast paced college health clinic

    High energy level

    Must be available to work hours between 7:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.

    Completed Hepatitis B vaccination series and current immunity by vaccination or history of disease to Measles, Mumps, Rubella, current Adacel or TDap vaccine and PPD test or negative Chest X-ray or TB spot test within past year

    Recommended:

    College degree (Associate’s or Bachelor’s) in allied health/science/nursing fields

    To Apply:

    When applying please submit a cover letter and resume through our on-line portal at https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp. Application materials must also include two (2) letters of recommendation from previous employers or program directors. Please upload letters of recommendation to Consensus under “Reference List”. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

    Washington College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse cultural environment and encourages applications from women, minorities, disabled persons, and veterans.

  • Operations Assistant

    Washington College is seeking qualified applicants for an Operations Assistant. The primary responsibility of the Operations Assistant is to provide administrative support for the enrollment management operations team, handling general clerical tasks, data entry, data retrieval, quality assurance, and project coordination. These responsibilities also extend to the Director of Transfer and International Admissions on an as-needed basis.

    Essential Functions:

    Provide data entry, data retrieval, and data management support for Slate CRM

    Provide administrative support to the Director of Operations and Technology including project coordination, schedule management and research

    Coordinate student workers and assist in the processing of student time sheets

    Provide support to the Data Manager for outbound mail including, but not limited to acceptance packages, merit scholarships, prospect/inquiry mailings, as well as inbound mail including but not limited to test scores, transcripts, enrollment deposits, and other materials related to the student record

    Work with the Director of Transfer and International Admissions to handle admission and scholarship mailings for all transfer and international students

    Work with the Director of Transfer and International Admissions to manage the special requirements of transfer and international student records in Slate CRM

    Assist in managing the processing and delivery of I-20 documents for international students

    Education and Experience:

    High school diploma required, post secondary studies preferred. Must possess excellent keyboarding and organizational skills; strong communication and problem-solving skills; spreadsheet and CRM experience. Previous data management experience preferred.

    To Apply:

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

    Washington College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse cultural environment and encourages applications from women, minorities, disabled persons, and veterans.

  • Patrol Supervisor (Sergeant) - Full Time, Benefit Eligible

    Washington College in Chestertown, MD is seeking qualified applicants for the Full- Time Public Safety Patrol Supervisor (sergeant ) position. This position performs investigative and general patrol duties to ensure building security, personal safety, and protection of property. Also providing  supervision for the operation of their shift. Supervises and performs patrol duties related to matters of building security, personal safety, and protection of property. Supervises, conducts and oversees criminal and non-criminal incidents, which occur during their shift.

    Essential Functions:

    • Supervises and conducts the patrolling of campus facilities and grounds to ensure the safety and security of persons, buildings and property.
    • Responsible for initial training of all officers assigned to their shifts and conducts other recurring training as required/directed.
    • Assists members of the College community, providing information and guidance on matters of concern.
    • Responsible for receiving complaints by telephone or in person, receiving and disposing of lost and found articles, monitoring alarm systems, radio, dispatch and general assistance to the public, completion of routine paperwork.
    • Review of subordinate’s paperwork for accuracy and grammatical errors.
    • Assist the general public by giving information relating to the Campus.
    • Supervise and/or provide escorts for persons concerned for their safety.
    • Supervise and/or conducts the search of areas or buildings in emergency situations to ensure that the premises are safe.
    • Respond to fire alarms, location of the fire, evacuation of the building when necessary, and re-setting the alarm system when the building has been cleared to re-enter.
    • Supervise and perform enforcement duties relating to traffic and parking regulations.
    • Administer first aid, coordinate emergency response and provide initial support to victims in traumatic situations.
    • Supervise and/or respond to security alarms and apprehend unlawful intruders or determine the reason for the false alarm.
    • Supervise the investigation of crimes and other complaints, which occur during the shift or assigned to officer under their supervision by:Obtaining all initial information through questioning of complainants, witnesses and others. Examination of the area where the incident occurred, gathering evidence, checking relevant documents, i.e., identity of complainants, witnesses and suspects, recording pertinent information for reference purposes, writing initial reports concerning the investigations conducted and recording the findings.
      • Collaboration with other law enforcement agencies with regard to investigations relating to College matters.
      • Giving testimony and introducing evidence in judicial proceedings.
      • Maintaining confidentiality of all information relating to investigations.

    Education and Experience:

    High school diploma or GED 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. Must possess a first-aid certificate or readiness to undergo first- aid training on the job and a valid motor vehicle operator’s license. Proven ability to work in potential crisis situations. Knowledge in the use of computers is desirable.

    To Apply:

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

    Washington College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse cultural environment and encourages applications from women, minorities, disabled persons, and veterans.

     

  • Temporary Phonathon Supervisor (Part-Time)

    Do you have experience supervising student employees or other workers?  Do you have call Center or other customer-focused experience?  Washington College’s Office of Alumni and Constituent Engagement, part of our Advancement Department, is looking for someone to supervise Phonathon students for 19 hours a week (starting immediately through April 30, 2018).

    The Temporary Phonathon Supervisor position would be responsible for:

    Supervision of student employees Monday through Thursday 6 pm to 9pm and Sundays from 2-9pm (Sundays are negotiable, but preferred)

    Ensuring student employees are supervised appropriately and meeting the goals laid out for them (Note: Each Phonathon session has an experienced Student Supervisor to support this process)

    Reporting any problems experienced with the Phonathon software or student workers

    Summarizing the daily sessions via email to the office leadership

    Opening up the Phonathon center for the students and locking up afterwards

    Required Skills/Experience:

    Prior experience successfully supervising student employee or other employees, preferably in a call-center or customer-focused work environment (e.g. retail supervision)

    Availability during the evening hours to ensure on-sight oversight of the Phonathon process and productivity

    Demonstrated ability to identify and solve problems, use computers/software, engage with potential donors (customers) in a positive and energetic manner, and encourage a team to perform to their best abilities

     

    Interested applicants should submit their resume through our online portal at  https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp and apply for Temporary Phonathon Supervisor (Part-Time). 

    As a temporary part-time position, this opportunity is not eligible for benefits. Washington College employees working more than 20 hours per week may not take on these duties in addition to their current full-time role.

    Washington College is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse cultural environment and encourages applications from women, minorities, disabled persons, and veterans.

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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 Dr. Candace Wannamaker, Associate Vice President for Student Affairs, Casey Academic Center, Washington College, 300 Washington Avenue, Chestertown, Maryland, 21620, phone number (410) 778-7228.

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.  

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Washington College is committed to assisting all members of the community in providing for their own safety and security. The Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is available to review here.