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Relocating to Maryland

  • Welcome to Maryland

    Baltimore, located within hours of historic places such as New York or the nation's capital, is something of a cultural hub. Come and see what the East Coast has to offer.

Both nestled just minutes outside of Baltimore, Stevenson's two campuses provide a gateway to everything Maryland has to offer.

Maryland welcomes you in more ways than one.

Between its convenience, geography, entertainment, sporting events, dining, and arts and culture, the reasons to come live in Maryland are endless:

  • Major cities like Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, and New York City are just a drive away
  • Dubbed "America in Miniature," Maryland's geography features the Appalachian Mountains, beaches, metro areas, farmland and the beautiful Chesapeake Bay
  • Baltimore's renowned Inner Harbor is a destination in itself, featuring countless restaurants and attractions such as the Maryland Science Center, The National Aquarium, and Fort McHenry
  • Maryland boasts a culturally rich and ethnically diverse population
  • The area is home to six major sports teams: Baltimore Orioles (MLB), Washington Nationals (MLB), Baltimore Ravens (NFL), Washington Redskins (NFL), Washington Capitals (NHL), and Washington Wizards (NBA)
  • Tourist attractions like Annapolis, Md., Gettysburg, and the Atlantic Beaches are all just an hour or two away
  • Wide-ranging climate allows you to experience all four seasons
  • Proximity to several nationally-ranked hospitals

Employment Opportunities

  1. Librarian, Public Services

    The Librarian, Public Services provides reference and instruction services on a broad range of subject areas to Stevenson University students, faculty and staff either in-person or virtually and serves as a liaison to one or more academic departments. Oversees collection maintenance and day-to-day operations at the School of Business and Leadership (SBL) Library.
  2. Student Intern - Communications

    Provide support to the communications area within the Admissions Office through work on recruitment publications. Provide writing, editing, design, and administrative assistance for Admissions materials, broadcast e-mails, and mailings.
  3. Assistant Registrar, VA Programs

    The Assistant Registrar, Veterans’ Programs is tasked with all responsibilities relating to students who receive benefits from the United States Department of Veterans’ Affairs. This person is also responsible for serving as a generalist regarding Registrar’s Office functions.
  4. Vice President, Human Resources

    The Vice President for Human Resources provides strategic senior leadership and direction for the HR function and consults with the University’s senior leadership team on a broad array of issues related to the University’s human capital. This hands on position is responsible for leading all Human Resources operations, programs and services for administrators, faculty, staff and students. This position supports the University’s mission and strategic plan; ensuring compliance with all applicable human resources laws, regulations and policies; establishing human resources best practices; and creating a human resources organization that provides excellence in consultative, strategic and operational expertise across the University and its constituents. The Vice President for Human Resources reports to the President and serves on the President’s Cabinet.
  5. 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.
  6. Student - Tutor

    Tutors assist students one-on-one or in small study groups not only with what to learn, but how to learn.

Employment Opportunities

We offer exceptional opportunities in a workplace that values excellence, collegiality, and diversity. We believe in the importance of investing in our employees and provide continuous learning - both in the workplace and in the classroom.

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    Stevenson offers 29 Undergraduate, 9 Adult Undergraduate and 8 Graduate programs.

Contact Us

Contact HR
Human Resources
Greenspring Campus
Knott Hall, Rooms 101-108

General Info & Professional Development
Rosemary Donovan
Assistant Director
Talent Management

Employment Verifications
Lorrie Rowland
Employment & HRIS

Benefits/Tuition Exchange
Jenna E. Holtzner
Compensation & Benefits Specialist

Tuition Concession Program
Assistant to the Vice President for Human Resources


Contact Us

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