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FACULTY POSITIONS

STAFF POSITIONS

 

Date posted: October 17, 2014
Position: Physical Therapy Faculty
Assistant/Associate Professor
Mary Baldwin College – Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences
Description: Mary Baldwin College, a private institution in Staunton, VA, with a 170 year history of quality educational programs, is developing health sciences programs through its new Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences. The physical therapy program welcomed their first class in June 2014.

Summary of Position:

The Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences (MDCHS) at Mary Baldwin College in Staunton, VA invites applications for a full-time, 12 month faculty position at the rank of Assistant/Associate Professor. MDCHS is seeking candidates with expertise in musculoskeletal management.  The candidate should be comfortable working in a highly interprofessional and collaborative teaching and learning environment.

Professional Qualifications: 

Required:

  • Doctoral degree (Ph.D., D.Sc., Ed.D., DPT) or equivalent. Doctoral candidates are encouraged to apply if degree completion will occur prior to start of contract.
  • A minimum of 3 years of clinical experience as a physical therapist and eligible for licensure in Virginia.
  • Commitment to learner-centered education, innovative educational models, and readiness to participate in interprofessional education opportunities with Occupational Therapy and Physician Assistant Studies faculty and students.
  • Demonstrated interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Content expertise for teaching in Musculoskeletal Management – including expertise in manual therapy essential, with content expertise in imaging and/or pharmacology desirable

 Preferred:

  • Prior didactic teaching experience.
  • Specialty certification through ABPTS in a related clinical area (orthopedics or sports)
  • Specialty certification in manual therapy

The Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences:

The Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences is rooted in a tradition of innovation and in a compelling vision as a part of Mary Baldwin College (MBC). Building upon its historic mission in the liberal arts and sciences and ethos of leadership and service, MBC is establishing new graduate and undergraduate professional programs that will emphasize superior education in a people-centered environment. Mary Baldwin’s goal is to prepare compassionate health care providers with a focus on meeting the needs of the communities it serves. Pursuant to an extensive planning process and approval of the MBC Board of Trustees on October 20, 2011, and a lead donor commitment of a $15 million gift, the new College of Health Sciences has been successfully launched. Four programs are under development including the Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT), Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD), Master of Science in Physician Assistant (MSPA), and an online RN to BSN Program. The DPT and OTD programs have been awarded candidacy status by their accrediting agencies and we welcomed the charter classes of students in June 2014. The MSPA program and RN to BSN programs are scheduled to begin fall 2015. Construction of a new health sciences campus, located in the medical corridor of Augusta County, is complete and the flagship building on that campus opened June 2014. MDCHS is a smoke free campus.

To apply: Send the following information to Search Committee Chair, C/O Ms. Miriam Burrows at HS-Apply@mbc.edu:

  • Letter of application addressing qualifications, personal characteristics, and responsibilities;
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Names and contact information for three references (include e-mail addresses)

Review of applications will begin in November 2014 and continue until the position is filled. Projected start date is May 18, 2015, but negotiable. EOE.

 

Date posted: October 13, 2014
Position: Director of Admissions Operations
Description: Position DescriptionUnder the direction of the Vice President for Enrollment the Director of Admissions Operations is responsible for the management of the enrollment management technology functions.  This position is responsible for the development and implementation of policies and procedures for the processing of inquiries and applications.  The Director of Admissions Operations is proactive in providing suggestions to the VPEM for needed improvements across the enrollment areas of the college.

 

Position Summary

This position requires the successful candidate to be well versed in Radius.  Other systems utilized across campus are AS 400 (campus enterprise system) and PowerFAIDS (financial aid).  The incumbent will be an active member of the Radius Users Group and the Radius Decision Group.  It requires the individual to take initiative, make decisions in a fast-paced environment and be a team player.  Flexibility is an important aspect of the position.

Responsibilities 

The position is the primary administrator of Hobson’s Radius Client Relationship Management system.  This person will manage the communication flows from prospect through matriculate.  This position is responsible for the coordination of data management between Mary Baldwin and various vendors, such as Royall, RuffaloCODY, Noel Levitz etc…  The incumbent is responsible for the training of staff.  The person selected for this position will also maintain the integrity of enrollment data and the various reporting needs of the Office of Admissions.  Responsible for coordinating the enrollment technology section of the Enrollment Policy & Procedure Manual, as well as compliance with overall office Policy & Procedure.  Supervision responsibilities for support staff personnel is a requirement of the position.  This position will serve as the primary contact for Admissions data inquiries both internally and externally and coordinate with the Office of Information Technology and the Office of the Registrar as needed.  The position provides support for Radius to Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences and the Adult and Graduate programs.  The successful candidate will be the main reports coordinator for the enrollment division and will have strong analytical abilities.  Maintaining confidentiality in all work related matters is important, as well as the ability to establish and maintain relations across campus.  Other duties as assigned.

 

Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree required.  Position requires flexibility and attention to Detail as well as strong written and oral communication skills as well as an ability to work with diverse constituencies, both on and off campus.

To apply: Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:  em-apply@mbc.edu.

 

Date posted: 10/11/2014
Position: Financial Aid Counselor
Description: Under the direction of the Director of Financial Aid and the Director of Student Account Services, the Financial Aid Counselor is responsible for providing excellent customer service by being the first point of contact for students visiting the Student Account Services area.  The position will assist in the processing of financial aid applications and determining the eligibility of students for financial aid and the awarding of funds, as well as addressing questions regarding the process of applying for financial aid.  The position is responsible for answering student questions regarding their student account.  Customer service and problem resolution are both very important aspects of the position.  The selected candidate will update and maintain student accounts by working with Student Account Services and Financial Aid.  Approximately, 75% of the position is customer service related (in person, electronic and by phone to both students and parents).  The position may require some weekends and holidays.Responsibilities

Work in a fast-paced environment; ability to deliver excellent customer service; process financial aid – review of files, need analysis and packaging; provide financial aid counseling to student and parents; assist students and families with completion of paperwork; represent Office of Financial Aid to both on campus and community constituents; coordinate exit counseling; assist with development and implementation of default management program; work with college personnel on availability of sources of aid and the eligibility requirements associated with the various forms of aid; explain student billing statements to various constituents; answer questions regarding student accounts; assist with the development of informational publications; ability to use/learn a data management system; responsible for maintaining information needed to keep financial aid and student services portion of the website current; the successful candidate will have a team oriented focus, ability to multitask along with the ability to prioritize work volume and other duties as assigned.

 

Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree required.  Successful candidate will be a team player with an ability to work independently.  Strong communication skills, verbal and written, as well as strong interpersonal and administrative skills.  Must possess a working knowledge of PC-based word processing and spreadsheets. Strong customer service skills are a must.

To apply: Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:  em-apply@mbc.edu

 

Date posted: October 10, 2014
Position: Assistant Professor of Biology
Description: The Biology Department at Mary Baldwin College invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professorship to begin August 2015.  This is a tenure-track nine-month position that includes classroom and online teaching, student advising, and academic scholarship.The department is seeking a teacher/scholar with a strong commitment to teaching, advising, and research, as well as enthusiasm for the environment of a small liberal arts college for women and for online teaching in a vibrant regional program for working adults.  The successful candidate will have expertise in Botany and Environmental Biology and must be able to teach a variety of lab based courses including: Introductory Biology, Botany, Conservation Biology, and a field oriented course in an area of their expertise.  In addition, she/he should also be able to develop suitable laboratory course materials.Primary responsibilities include:

  • Teaching courses including: Introductory Biology, Botany, and Environmental Issues
  • Teaching upper level and field-oriented courses in applicant’s area of expertise
  • Developing suitable laboratory course materials
  • Developing and mentoring appropriate undergraduate research projects for a year-long Capstone experience
  • Advising Biology majors

 

Required Qualifications:

  • PhD in Biology or related discipline
  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively

 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience teaching both traditional-aged college students and returning adult students
  • Record of community involvement and commitment
To apply: Submit letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and the names and contact information for three professional references to doc@mbc.edu.  For full consideration, please submit all materials by November 15, 2014.

 

Date posted: October 10, 2014
Position: Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice and Sociology
Description: Mary Baldwin College invites applications for an Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice and Sociology, with specialization in Criminology.  This is a tenure-track nine-month position that includes classroom and online teaching, student advising, academic scholarship and program administration.  The Criminal Justice program is in its fourth year at MBC and is growing rapidly.Primary responsibilities include:

  • Teaching classroom courses in the Residential College for Women, as well as online instruction in the Adult Degree Program;
  • Teaching courses at all levels of undergraduate instruction, including electives reflecting the successful candidate’s expertise;
  • Advising Criminal Justice majors, both on campus and in the regions;
  • Developing and maintaining an active research agenda in criminology;
  • Administering the Criminal Justice Program, as the Academic Co-Director in partnership with the Professional Co-Director;
  • Developing curriculum and student learning assessment measures;
  • Attending recruitment events to represent Criminal Justice both for the Residential College for Women and the Adult Degree Program;
  • Representing Mary Baldwin College and the Criminal Justice Program to external communities;
  • Ongoing professional development focused on best practices in Criminal Justice education programs;

 

Required Qualifications:

 

  • PhD in Criminology, Sociology, or related social science discipline (ABD applicants will be considered);
  • Experience teaching at the college level;
  • A record of scholarship;
  • Knowledge of the criminal justice system;
  • Excellent communication and networking skills;
  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively.

 

Preferred Qualifications:

 

  • Experience with online teaching;
  • Experience teaching both traditional-aged college students and returning adult students;
  • Field experience;
  • Demonstrated administrative experience and ability;
  • Knowledge of best practices in collegiate criminal justice programs;
  • Record of community involvement and commitment;
  • Experience in curriculum development and course design.
To apply:  Submit letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and the names and contact information for three professional references to doc@mbc.edu.  For full consideration, please submit all materials by November 15, 2014.

 

Date posted: October 6, 2014
Position: Welcome Center Coordinator
Description: Position Description:  Under the direction of the Director of Admissions, the Welcome Center Coordinator is responsible for providing support in the coordination of departmental activities and operations, schedule student appointments and coordinate campus tours.Position Summary:  This position requires the Welcome Center Coordinator to work well within a team environment and to work well independently.  It requires the individual to take initiative and be a team player.  Flexibility is an important aspect of the position.Responsibilities:  Responsible for scheduling appointments; greet visitors to the Office of Admissions; coordinate tours and accommodations for visiting students; Receive all incoming phone calls to the Admissions, Business, and Financial Aid offices; Serve as College receptionist by answering questions, giving directions and information to visitors to the college; sort , distribute, and process mail for Admissions personnel; respond with appropriate written requests for appointments; Process admissions applications and all credentials for admissions files; data entry, scanning, copying, and filing as needed; Co-advise the President’s society group; Admissions counselor duties when needed; Supervise student work study students; assist Vice President for Enrollment with special projects and other duties as assigned.Qualifications:  Associate degree or higher preferred with five years or more of experience working in a fast paced service oriented organization.  Position requires flexibility and attention to detail demonstrated knowledge and experience with the use of a database system and Microsoft products, such as Word and Excel.  Must possess strong written and oral communication skills as well as an ability to work with diverse constituencies, both on and off campus.
To apply:  Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to em-apply@mbc.edu

 

Date posted: September 18, 2014
Position: Housekeeping Position
Description: Full-time Housekeeping position available. M-F 7:30AM-4:30PM. Competitive compensation and benefits. Cleaning of residence halls, offices and common areas and other duties as assigned. Floor care experience preferred; will train.
To apply: Submit applications to:Mary Baldwin CollegePhysical Plant Office318 Prospect St.Staunton, Virginia 24401By 10/1/2014 or until position is filled.

 

 

Date posted: September 18. 2014
Position: Assistant Director of Admissions/Coordinator for the Program for the Exceptionally Gifted
Description: Position DescriptionUnder the direction of the Director of Admissions the Assistant Director of Admissions & Coordinator for the Program for the Exceptionally Gifted is responsible for the recruitment of students for PEG and the Early College Academy, as well as other duties in the Office of Enrollment Management.Position Summary:This position requires the Assistant Director of Admissions/Coordinator for the Program for the Exceptionally Gifted to work well within a team environment and to work well independently as well as prioritize work volume.  The position requires time in the Office of Admissions and in the PEG Center, where both the Program for the Exceptionally Gifted and the Early College Academy offices are located.  It requires the individual to take initiative, make decisions in a fast-paced environment and be a team player.  Flexibility is an important aspect of the position.ResponsibilitiesResponsible for the recruitment of students for the Program for the Exceptionally Gifted and the Early College Academy; attend conferences in gifted education and other programs, representing the program to parents, students and other professionals; analyze historical data about the colleges PEG and ECA history and make recommendations to improve recruitment of that student population; interview prospective students and their families for PEG, ECA and Mary Baldwin’s Residential College for Women; coordinate visit events within PEG and ECA, as well as RCW; participate in the communication flow development for PEG and ECA prospective students; evaluate PEG and ECA application materials for admission, as well as those application materials for students applying to RCW; develop a strong knowledge base about market trends in recruiting young gifted students; promote team development and be a team player-lead by example; ability to multi-task and accomplish tasks within a specified period; ability to answer Admissions questions and questions about the college in general; ability to deliver outstanding customer service in person, via phone, email and other media; potential for freshman recruitment responsibilities most likely in secondary and/or tertiary recruitment markets and other duties as assigned.QualificationsBachelor’s degree required with five to seven years of enrollment management experience preferred.  Position requires flexibility and attention to detail demonstrated knowledge and experience in the Enrollment Management field.  Must possess strong written and oral communication skills as well as group presentation skills; and proven ability to work with diverse constituencies, both on and off campus.
To apply: Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to: em-apply@mbc.edu

 

Date posted: August 18, 2014
Position: Director of Safety and Security
Description: The Director of Safety and Security is accountable for ensuring that our multi-campus college is a safe place to live and work, and that the day to day safety and security initiatives are aligned with the College’s Strategic Plan. The Director provides leadership by fostering a team climate that motivates the College’s trained security officers and switchboard operators to provide exemplary safety and security services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.  This position builds partnerships with local police and fire departments and other emergency responders, ensures regular fire inspections and annual safety assessments are completed at our campuses.  The position ensures that safety and security policies, plans, and procedures are updated and enforced.   The Director plays a major role in the development and implementation of the College’s risk management programs and crisis management plans. Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice or a closely related field, with significant leadership experience
  • Extensive law enforcement or security officer experience culminating as a senior officer or chief of police
  • Major branch supervisor experience
  • Administrative/managerial/logistic experience
  • Excellent computer skills and working knowledge of emergency response systems
  • Experience and training in development of programs for safety and security officers
  • High standards of performance, impeccable judgment, and character beyond reproach
  • Demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusive excellence
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills, strong management and organizational skills
  • Strong interpersonal and counseling skills, ability to work collaboratively and to foster teamwork
  • Valid Driver’s License and clean DMV record

 

Preferences:

  • Certified by Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services
  • Experience in a higher education environment
  • Well-versed in the Clery Act, Campus SaVE Act, Title IX, and other relevant federal regulations
  • Physically capable of walking across a hilly main campus to meet the needs of our community
  • Thorough knowledge of risks to campus safety and security
  • Program evaluation experience and instructor experience
  • Experience managing a workforce operating at multiple locations
To apply: Submit letter of interest, resume, and current contact information for three professional references to CSApply@mbc.edu, or via U.S. mail to P.O. Box 1500, Staunton, VA 24402, attention Human Resources.  Applications will be reviewed continuously until the position is filled.
Date posted: July 11, 2014
Position: Occupational Therapy Faculty
Assistant/Associate Professor
Entry-Level Occupational Therapy Doctoral Degree Program
Description: Searching for an Occupational Therapist who is ready to impact the future of Occupational Therapy, and its students. Mary Baldwin College, a private institution in Staunton, VA, with a 170 year history of quality educational programs, welcomed its first class of occupational therapy students in June 2014 to the Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences.Summary of the PositionThe Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences (MDCHS) invites applications for a full-time, 9.5 month faculty position at the rank of Assistant/Associate Professor. MDCHS is seeking a candidate with expertise in teaching mental health, management, or physical disabilities. The candidate should be comfortable working in a highly interprofessional and collaborative teaching and learning environment. Responsibilities include teaching, advising (academic and research), mentoring, scholarship (Boyer Model), and service to the program, college and community.Successful candidates will possess the following qualifications and skills:

  • Doctoral degree required (PhD, DSc, EdD, OTD). Doctoral candidates are encouraged to apply if degree completion will occur prior to start of contract.
  • A minimum of 3 years clinical experiences as an Occupational Therapist
  • Licensed or eligible for OT licensure in the Commonwealth of Virginia
  • A commitment to learner-centered education, innovative educational models, and readiness to participate in interprofessional education opportunities with Physical Therapy and Physician Assistant Program faculty and students.
  • Demonstrated interpersonal, written and verbal communication, and teamwork skills.

Preferred qualifications:

  • Prior teaching experience
  • A demonstrated record of scholarship

The Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences 

The Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences is rooted in a tradition of innovation and in a compelling vision as a part of Mary Baldwin College (MBC). Building upon its historic mission in the liberal arts and sciences and ethos of leadership and service, MBC is establishing new graduate professional programs that will emphasize superior education in a people-centered environment. The Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD) and Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) began in June 2014. The Master of Science in Physician Assistant (MSPA) and the online RN to BSN program will begin in Fall 2015.  Mary Baldwin’s goal is to prepare compassionate health care providers with a focus on meeting the needs of the communities it serves.

Pursuant to an extensive planning process and approval of the Mary Baldwin College Board of Trustees on October 20, 2011, a lead donor committed a $15 million gift to launch the College of Health Sciences. A tobacco-free health sciences campus opened in June 2014 and is located within the medical corridor of Augusta County, in Fishersville, VA.

To apply:  Send the following information to Search Committee Chair, C/O Ms. Miriam Burrows at HS-Apply@mbc.edu:

  • Letter of application;
  • Curriculum vitae;
  • Four references including phone numbers and e-mail addresses.

Mary Baldwin College offers a competitive salary and benefits package. Rank is commensurate with experience.

Review of applications will begin October 1, 2014 and continue until the position is filled.  Projected start date is  August 15, 2015.

 

Date posted: July 11, 2014
Position: Physical Therapy Faculty
Assistant/Associate Professor
Mary Baldwin College – Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences
Description: Summary of Position: The Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences (MDCHS) at Mary Baldwin College in Staunton, VA invites applications for  two, full-time, 9.5 month faculty positions at the rank of Assistant/Associate Professor. MDCHS is seeking candidates with expertise in one or more of the areas of neuromuscular adult management, neuromuscular pediatric management, and integumentary management. The candidate should be comfortable working in a highly interprofessional and collaborative teaching and learning environment.Professional Qualifications:Required:

  • Doctoral degree (Ph.D., D.Sc., Ed.D., DPT) or equivalent. Doctoral candidates are encouraged to apply if degree completion will occur prior to start of contract.
  • A minimum of 3 years of clinical experience as a physical therapist and eligible for licensure in Virginia.
  • Commitment to learner-centered education, innovative educational models, and readiness to participate in interprofessional education opportunities with Occupational Therapy and Physician Assistant Studies faculty and students.
  • Demonstrated interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Content expertise for teaching in one or more of the following areas: Neuromuscular Management – Adult, Neuromuscular Management – Pediatrics, Integumentary Management (wound, burns, amputations).

Preferred:

  • Prior didactic teaching experience.
  • Specialty certification through ABPTS in a related clinical area (neurological, pediatrics, etc)

The Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences: The Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences is rooted in a tradition of innovation and in a compelling vision as a part of Mary Baldwin College (MBC). Building upon its historic mission in the liberal arts and sciences and ethos of leadership and service, MBC is establishing new graduate and undergraduate professional programs that will emphasize superior education in a people-centered environment. Mary Baldwin’s goal is to prepare compassionate health care providers with a focus on meeting the needs of the communities it serves. Pursuant to an extensive planning process and approval of the MBC Board of Trustees on October 20, 2011, and a lead donor commitment of a $15 million gift, the new College of Health Sciences has been successfully launched. Four programs are under development including the Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT), Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD), Master of Science in Physician Assistant (MSPA), and an online RN to BSN Program. The DPT and OTD programs welcomed the charter classes of students in June 2014. The MSPA program and RN to BSN programs are scheduled to begin fall 2015. Construction of a new health sciences campus, located in the medical corridor of Augusta County, is complete.  The tobacco-free health sciences campus opened June 2014.

 

To apply: Send the following information to Search Committee Chair, C/O Ms. Miriam Burrows at HS-Apply@mbc.edu:

  • Letter of application addressing qualifications, personal characteristics, and responsibilities;
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Names and contact information for three references (include e-mail addresses)

Review of applications will begin in September 2014 and continue until the position is filled. Projected start date is August 17, 2015. EOE.

 

Date posted: June 27, 2014
Position: Associate Director of Annual Giving
Description: The Associate Director of Annual Giving has primary responsibility for the day-to-day management of the MBC student caller program with the goal of increasing revenue as well as participation.  The Associate Director also provides fundraising support for the college’s development program and is responsible for working with other members of the Institutional Advancement office to implement comprehensive telemarketing, direct mail and student philanthropy programming including the senior class gift and Reunion giving.  The Associate Director reports to the Associate Vice President of Institutional Advancement.Develop and oversee the implementation of the telemarketing program; Develop and manage a student giving program to promote education and interest in philanthropy; Execute the Reunion giving program by working with volunteers to draft and mail communications; Prepare and manage solicitation data in coordination with Advancement Services; Support the direct mail campaign by ordering materials and coordinating with mail service provider ; Working in partnership with Advancement Services, acknowledge gifts to the Baldwin Fund.Candidate Specifications and Preferences:Bachelors degree and one or more years of experience in fundraising or telemarketing, preferably in a higher education setting or equivalent professional experience from which comparable knowledge, skill, and abilities have been developed.

  • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills
  • Team-oriented style with ability and desire to achieve high level of success
  • Strong interpersonal skills and experience in exercising discretion in a complex and evolving environment.
  • Some evening and weekend work required to fulfill job duties
  • Experience in supervising or participating in a telephone fundraising program desired
  • Superior written and oral communication skills
  • Strong customer service skills
  • Creativity and ability to multitask
  • Experience working closely with college-age student employees
  • Comfort with technology and an aptitude for numbers, data and analysis
To apply: Submit letter of interest, resume, and current contact information for professional references to: Sherri G. Mylott, Vice President for Institutional Advancement, Office of Institutional Advancement, Mary Baldwin College, P.O. Box 1500, Staunton, VA 24402, or via email to: IA-Apply@mbc.edu.

 

Date posted: June 30, 2014
Position: Physician Assistant Program Core Faculty – Two (2) Positions
MSPA Program
Mary Baldwin College – Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences
Description: The Physician Assistant Program core faculty reports to the Founding Director of the  PA Program. Both positions are full time, non-tenure track appointments carrying  rank. Responsibilities include teaching in a collaborative and interprofessional environment, service to the college and community as well as development of a  scholarly agenda consistent with teaching responsibilities.Successful candidates will possess the following minimum qualifications:

  • Graduate of an accredited program in either PA education or allopathic/osteopathic medicine.
  • Master’s degree.
  • Current NCCPA certification and licensure in good standing in the Commonwealth of Virginia if a PA or Medical Doctor/Doctor of Osteopathy. Physician Assistant or Physician applicants not licensed in Virginia must secure one within six (6) months of their start date at the program.
  • Commitment to learner-centered education, innovative educational models, and readiness to participate in interprofessional education opportunities with Occupational and Physical Therapy faculty and students as well as other professionals.
  • Strong organizational, communication, decision-making, teamwork, interpersonal and leadership skills.
  • Sensitivity to diversity and multi-cultural issues.
  • Computer proficiency.
  • Minimum three (3) years of practice experience.

Preferred qualifications:

  • Prior didactic teaching experience in a PA or medical school program.
  • Prior experience as a clinical instructor or preceptor.
To apply: Send the following information to Search Committee Chair, c/o Ms. Martha Modlin at HS-Apply@mbc.edu:

  • Letter of application.
  • Curriculum vita.
  • Names and contact information, including e-mail addresses of four (4) references.

Mary Baldwin College offers a competitive salary and benefits package. Rank is commensurate with experience. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

 


Boldly Baldwin

Founded in 1842, Mary Baldwin College is a master’s level university with a constellation of entrepreneurial programs including the recently opened Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences. The college has unique offerings including the dynamic residential college for women, coeducational graduate program, and nonresidential adult and online degree programs.  Committed to the liberal arts and sciences while emphasizing global leadership and citizenship, MBC is rated among the best master’s-level universities in the nation for services to society and overall education.

Located in the heart of the beautiful Shenandoah Valley, Mary Baldwin College is located in Staunton, a lively small city known for its historic downtown and active arts community that is ranked among the top ten best small cities in America according to Smithsonian Magazine.  Mary Baldwin shares its home and educational excellence with other dynamic elements in the arts and education that include the Heifetz International Music Institute – which is dedicated to the artistic growth of the most promising young musicians in the world and also with The American Shakespeare Center which hosts an internationally acclaimed theatre company that performs works in the world’s only re-creation of Shakespeare’s indoor theatre – The Blackfriars Playhouse.

Mary Baldwin College does not discriminate on the basis of sex (except that men are admitted only as ADP, graduate, and special students), race, national/ethnic origin, color, age, religion, veteran’s status, disability, sexual orientation, or any other classification protected by statute in its educational programs, admissions, co-curricular or other activities, and employment practices.