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Benefits That Go Above and Beyond

We know that benefits are important to an employee's success and fulfilment. 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. Student Assistant- Wellness Center

    The Student Assistant-Wellness Center will provide clerical support, enter data, and maintain health and counseling records in addition to scheduling appointments. The student will maintain strict confidentiality due to the nature of the department.
  2. Club Coach, Women’s Soccer

    The Club Coach is to provide leadership for the women's club soccer program; to administer and promote the program within the University mission. This is a part-time position which requires evening and weekend hours; in addition to, travel for soccer contests. Preparation of training/practice sessions, game/tournament organization, and professional communication will also be necessary.
  3. Student - Intramural Sports Official

    Work as a Student Intramural Sports Official. Officiate intramural sporting events on campus.
  4. Student - Peer Academic Coach

    The Student - Peer Academic Coach (PAC) is responsible for assisting and mentoring students in the psychology department who are experiencing academic difficulties. The PAC will develop, implement, and monitor individualized plans to assist students with academic skills such as maximizing test performance, editing written work, implementing active reading strategies, taking organized notes, and managing time.
  5. Student – Marketing Assistant

    The Student - Marketing Assistant (MA) will provide support and assistance to the Psychology Department and faculty. The MA will assist with administrative work related to communicating with internal and external constituencies to promote enrollment and participation in Psychology Department events. The MA will be responsible for maintaining the departmental brochure, website, blog, publicity for departmental events. The MA will communicate with prospective students and families and attend Open House and other recruitment activities.
  6. Assistant Professor, Inorganic Chemistry

    Full-time faculty in the School of the Sciences will engage in teaching, scholarship and service activities in accordance with the University’s Faculty Workload and Promotion/Sabbatical Guidelines. Teaching responsibilities will include 30 contact hours per academic year (usually 15 contact hours per semester) for faculty in the sciences. Full-time faculty in the School of the Sciences are expected to engage in research with undergraduate students and to pursue external funding in support of this research. Other responsibilities include, but are not limited to, student advising, assessment, committee service, and participating in the life of the university.
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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
General: 443-334-2427
Employment: 443-334-2202