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    Through Blue U, Stevenson employees are offered incentives and opportunities to make smart, healthy lifestyle choices.
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Benefits That Go Above and Beyond

We know that benefits are important to an employee's success and fulfillment. We are pleased to offer a competitive benefits package designed to enhance your quality of life.

Two Scenic Campuses, Best of Both Worlds

Stevenson University has two beautiful campuses located just outside of Baltimore in Stevenson and Owings Mills, Maryland. Faculty and staff get the best of both worlds-the history and beauty of a rural campus (the Greenspring Campus) and the convenience and liveliness of a more urban location (the Owings Mills Campus).


Greenspring Campus

Stevenson's original campus, the Greenspring Campus, lies in the scenic Greenspring Valley. Although surrounded by horse farms and estate homes, the 60-acre wooded campus is just 12 miles from downtown Baltimore.

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Owings Mills

Owings Mills Campus

Located just six miles (and about 12 minutes) from the Greenspring Campus, the Owings Mills Campus includes student residences, academic and office space, a student center with dining services and activity spaces, and a large athletics complex with a gymnasium, stadium, and fitness centers.

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Employment Opportunities

  1. Systems Administrator

    The Systems Administrator will be responsible for implementing, maintaining, optimizing, and upgrading several critical University servers and IT assets. The candidate will serve in a primary role to several critical services, and as such must be willing to adhere to occasional non-standard work hours and be able to respond to emergency outages.
  2. Librarian, Discovery Services

    The Discovery Services Librarian (DSL) will work to strengthen access to library collections, resources and services. Providing leadership in managing and making discoverable the library’s electronic collections, the DSL will bridge the Library’s technical and public services to improve the user experience and integrate library resources into the curriculum. As supervisor of Technical Services, the DSL will oversee a staff of three to facilitate discovery and user access to library collections.
  3. Student Work Study - America Reads

    The Work Study-America Reads will work for one of the local Elementary Schools to offer tutoring to the students in math and reading.
  4. Director, Pre-Health Professions Advising

    The Director, Pre-Health Professions Advising leads, directs, and implements all advising and services for current students and alumni pursuing post-graduate opportunities in the health professions, with a specific focus on gaining entrance to medical school and allied health professional schools. The Director chairs the Health Professions Evaluation Committee (HPEC), serves as the lead interviewer in HPEC interviews, and writes committee letters. The Director develops and delivers a broad range of services to support undergraduates and alumni preparing for careers in the health professions and pursuing professional school admission in fields such as medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, physician assistant, veterinary medicine, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and other health-related disciplines. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, advising; coordinating and delivering programs, speakers, and events to assist pre-health professions students; maintaining the health professions portal and/or website; data tracking and assessment; and preparing reports and publications.
  5. Student - Tutor

    Tutors assist students one-on-one or in small study groups not only with what to learn, but how to learn.
  6. Adjunct Faculty, Master's in Teaching

    The School of Graduate and Professional studies seeks adjunct faculty to teach in the online Master of Arts in Teaching program with a focus in STEM. Your responsibilities may include teaching online and supervising student field placements. Responsibilities may also include involvement in off-campus, evening or weekend duties related to student recruitment, retention, and placement. Position assignments include the following education areas: curriculum, assessment, adolescent psychology, reading in the STEM content areas or methods in STEM secondary areas.
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A soothing sail on the Chesapeake Bay, Baltimore's lively Inner Harbor, a cozy clubhouse just beyond the 18th green. Maryland says "welcome" in so many ways.

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Greenspring Campus
Knott Hall, Rooms 101-108
Employment: 443-334-2202
General: 443-334-2427