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Last updated: 01/18/21
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Vice President for Graduate Programs and Continuing Studies
Hollins University, located in Roanoke, VA, seeks a dynamic, enthusiastic, and collaborative leader to head its efforts in the areas of graduate programs and continuing studies. Reporting directly to the president and serving on the president’s leadership team, the new Vice President for Graduate Programs and Continuing Studies will support existing programs, and create innovative, new graduate, certificate, and not-for-credit programs that will meet adult learners’ interests and needs while supporting and sustaining Hollins’ liberal arts mission, grow the university’s national and international reputation as a leader in graduate education and continuing studies, and bring new revenue to the institution.
About Hollins University:
Hollins is an independent, liberal arts university offering undergraduate education for women and selected graduate programs for men and women. Founded in 1842, Hollins is Virginia’s oldest chartered women’s college.
Located in the shadow of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Hollins is a vibrant community with 130 faculty, 701 undergraduates, and 113 graduate students. Known for its creative and highly engaged student body and its distinguished faculty and staff, Hollins prides itself on its nationally-recognized academic programs, a deeply committed alumnae/i network, an extraordinarily beautiful campus, and its unique ability to ensure that each of its students has the opportunity to pursue a transformational college experience.
About Graduate Programs and Continuing Studies:
Graduate programs at Hollins began in 1958 with the establishment of a master of arts in psychology. Two years later, the English department began offering an M.A. in creative writing (which in 2002, became an M.F.A.); this is a year-round, full-time program that has produced four Pulitzer prize winners to date. In 1969, Hollins launched the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies program, featuring an evening class schedule that acknowledges the work and home responsibilities of adult learners in the region; the Master of Arts in Teaching program, created in 1996, also follows this model. Additional graduate programs were established in children’s literature (1992), screenwriting and film studies (1999), dance (2005), and playwriting (2007). These additional programs were developed around the novel concept of intensive, residential, six-week summer terms taught primarily by visiting faculty from other institutions.
Today, Hollins’ coed graduate programs include the M.A. and M.F.A. in children’s literature; M.F.A. in children’s book writing and illustrating; M.F.A. in creative writing; M.F.A. in dance; M.A. in liberal studies; M.F.A. in playwriting; M.A. in teaching and learning; teaching licensure and M.A. in teaching; M.A. in screenwriting and film studies and M.F.A. in screenwriting; and certificate programs in advanced studies, children’s book illustration, new play directing, and new play performance.
With regard to continuing studies, Hollins offers an Executive Certificate in Leadership, the Tinker Mountain Writers’ Workshop, and the Women Working with Clay Symposium. The Children’s Literature Department also offers one-week intensive workshops, and collaborates with the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators to host regional conferences. Additionally, the Hollins Theatre Institute and Playwright’s Lab maintain a network of partnerships with academic, professional, and community theatre through which faculty and students engage in community building and experiential learning by producing and presenting new works.
Continuing studies is an area Hollins is excited to expand in innovative ways under the leadership of the new vice president.
Key Responsibilities of the Vice President:
- Provide leadership for and oversight of graduate programs and continuing studies, including the curriculum, faculty, staff, program development, and assessment.
- Support graduate and continuing studies program directors by facilitating their work in the areas of budgeting, hiring, marketing, advocacy, assessment, and fundraising.
- Work in concert with the manager of graduate services and the staff in the Graduate Studies Office, who currently support all graduate programs, to assist them with the student life cycle from recruitment to graduation.
- Work closely with the manager of graduate services to review and revise systems and procedures that may be barriers to the success of graduate programs and continuing studies initiatives.
- Work collaboratively with the provost to lead ongoing efforts to integrate graduate education into the culture of the university and to create synergies that benefit both graduate and undergraduate education at Hollins.
- Develop innovative graduate and continuing studies initiatives at Hollins that are revenue-generating and that extend the university’s mission, and design and implement strategic plans for graduate programs and continuing studies based on aggressive and attainable enrollment and revenue goals.
- Identify, in partnership with the president and institutional advancement, funding opportunities to support graduate programs and continuing studies.
- Work collaboratively with the vice president for external relations to develop a fundraising plan in support of scholarships and graduate-level research.
- Collaborate with the university’s marketing department to develop and enhance existing marketing strategies and to align resources accordingly.
- Create and implement structures that enable graduate and non-traditional programs to function within the liberal arts mission with effectiveness, efficiency, flexibility, and academic integrity.
- Research and implement best practices to support academic innovation for graduate programs and continuing studies initiatives including being familiar with and responsive to the rapidly changing market, being strategic about proposing and implementing new programs, and creating new programs that might fall outside of traditional undergraduate or graduate models.
- Develop relationships locally, regionally, nationally, and online to ensure Hollins can proactively provide learning opportunities for these prospective populations. Also serve as a connector to the Roanoke community to position Hollins to respond quickly to emerging prospects in the region.
- Use data to inform decision-making regarding new program development, implementation, and assessment including tracking retention and completion rates, overseeing accreditation issues related to graduate programs, and remaining current with all regulatory requirements related to online education for both the state of VA and NC-SARA.
- Serve on the Graduate Academic Affairs Committee, and represent that committee at faculty meetings.
- Doctoral or terminal degree.
- Proven success as an administrative leader with a minimum of five years of relevant, senior-level experience and the ability to inspire and lead others in higher education.
- Demonstrated success in academic program development, implementation, and assessment.
- Experience developing aspirational, attainable, data-driven, and measurable strategic and operational plans.
- Proven ability to partner with and support faculty.
- Evidence of innovation, skills, and success within an academic context.
- Knowledge of resource allocation strategies to improve enrollment including comparative-pricing and financial-aid leveraging.
- Strong desire to champion and advance the academic enterprise of Hollins University.
- Understanding of critical university platforms, such as customer relationship management (CRM) systems, student information systems (SIS), and learning management system (LMS) tools. Experience with Technolutions Slate and Ellucian Banner preferred.
- Aptitude for fundraising and grant writing preferred.
For more information about Hollins’ vision for graduate programs and continuing studies, please refer to the white paper on “Bolstering Graduate Programs and Continuing Studies.”
How to Apply:
Candidates should submit a substantive cover letter addressing qualifications and desired attributes; a curriculum vitae; a list of five professional references including addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses, along with a brief description of the working relationship with each; and a diversity, equity, and inclusion statement that addresses the candidate’s philosophy, goals, and experience as they relate to working with and supporting diverse populations and creating inclusive and equitable work and learning environments. Application materials and nominations must be submitted electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Confidential inquiries, questions, or nominations may be directed to Dr. Alison Ridley, search chair and interim vice president for academic programs, at email@example.com or 540-362-6676. Review of applications will begin on February 15, and will continue until the position is filled. However, priority will be given to applications received by February 12.
Assistant Director of Admission and Recruitment Operations
Hollins University in Roanoke, Virginia is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Assistant Director of Admission and Recruitment Operations.
As an integral contributor to the Office of Admission, the Assistant Director of Admission and Recruitment Operations will be responsible for contributing to the recruitment, selection, and enrollment of students by assisting them throughout the selection, application, admission, financial aid, and enrollment processes. They will maintain a recruitment territory, including a charge to meet an assigned enrollment goal by region. This position will also serve as the primary admission liaison for the CRM Technolutions Slate system and the campus-wide enterprise resource planning system, Ellucian Banner. Reporting to and working collaboratively with the Director of Admission and Recruitment Operations, the Assistant Director will be responsible for creating, implementing, and maintaining procedures and processes that guide the operational functions and admission data fulfillment, query, and reporting needs for the office, other university officials, and outside organizations. Additionally, this position will manage the Senior Coordinator of Admission Data Management.
Successful applicants must have a bachelor’s degree; minimum of two years of successful admission counseling, community college, or other related work experience; experience with customer relationship management (CRM) systems; and an understanding of and appreciation for the value of an undergraduate liberal arts and women’s college experience. Candidates must have strong problem-solving skills, as well as advanced organizational, time management, and process management skills.
Applicants must have ability to demonstrate cultural sensitivity and diplomacy; excellent public speaking skills, including persuasive oral communication skills; and strong written and interpersonal communication skills. Also needed are Microsoft Office proficiency and abilities to self-start, and work collaboratively, as well as independently. Candidates must have abilities to work with students; develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with other campus departments; work with alumnae/i from multiple decades on a wide range of admission projects; and use sound judgment in all situations and discretion with confidential data.
The abilities and willingness to participate in travel (local and out-of-state) by car and air during the fall and spring recruitment seasons and to work evening and weekend hours are required. Applicants must have a valid United States driver’s license with minimal violations, and final candidates will be subject to criminal history and motor vehicle background checks.
Preferred candidates will have a master’s degree, experience with Technolutions Slate and Ellucian Banner, and two or more years of higher education or enrollment management operations-based work. Additionally, preferred candidates will have demonstrated, successful experience in developing, evaluating, and improving recruitment, enrollment, and marketing strategies from a data-driven perspective, including the use of integrated marketing campaigns and social media to improve the recruitment and enrollment of students of color and other historically underrepresented groups.
Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, salary requirement, and contact information for three references to firstname.lastname@example.org. Candidates are encouraged to comment in their cover letter on how their contributions will further the university’s efforts to ensure the success and inclusion of all members of its community. Review of applications will begin immediately, and will continue until the position is filled.
Hollins University, an NCAA Division III institution and member of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference, invites applications for the full-time position of Athletic Trainer with duties in the Athletics and Physical Education department beginning February 1, 2021. This position is a full-time, ten-month, administrator appointment reporting to the Director of Athletics.
Duties include all aspects of the athletic training program involving eight NCAA sports and the IHSA riding program. This includes, but is not limited to, the day-to-day function of the athletic training room, attendance at practices and games, record-keeping (including secondary insurance), assisting with equipment management, and providing injury prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation for student-athletes.
Successful applicants must have a bachelor’s degree (master’s preferred) in athletic training, physical education, or related field; National Athletic Trainers’ Association certification; Virginia athletic training license or eligibility; CPR and first aid certification; previous athletic training experience (preferably at the collegiate level); excellent leadership, role-modeling, organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills; knowledge of and ability to work within the framework of ODAC policies and NATA and NCAA rules and regulations; willingness to work on projects with faculty, administrators, and staff; and a valid United States driver’s license with minimal violations. Must also be able to work evenings and weekends. Final candidates will be subject to criminal history and motor vehicle background checks.
Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, salary requirements, and contact information for three references to email@example.com. Candidates are encouraged to comment in their cover letter on how their contributions will further the university’s efforts to ensure the success and inclusion of all members of its community. Review of applications will begin immediately, and will continue until the position is filled.
Hollins University is seeking qualified candidates for a full-time position of Security Officer. This position provides security patrol services 24 hours/day, 365 days/year for the university. The current vacancy works the 6 p.m. – 4 a.m. shift four days/week with rotating days off, but applicants must be able to work any shift with rotating days off. Security officers are eligible for health and life insurance, paid time off, retirement plan, and tuition assistance benefits.
Successful applicants must be U.S. citizens or legal U.S. residents eligible for employment; be at least 21 years of age; possess a high school diploma, GED, or equivalent; and have a valid U.S. driver’s license with minimal violations from state of residence. Candidates must also have excellent oral and written communication skills, strong computer skills, and ability to work independently. Applications are sought from candidates who have demonstrated success working with diverse populations, and candidates must be able to achieve and maintain Virginia campus security officer certification. Applicants with law enforcement, campus security, private security, or related military experience are preferred. Final candidates will be subject to criminal history and motor vehicle background checks.
Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Hollins University in Roanoke, Virginia is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (VPDEI).
About Hollins University:
Hollins is an independent, liberal arts university offering undergraduate education for women and selected graduate programs for men and women. Founded in 1842 as Virginia’s oldest chartered women’s college, Hollins provides abundant opportunities to students for research, study abroad, and leadership training, and provides access to real-world experience through internships around the globe supported by an extensive alumnae network.
Hollins is an equal opportunity employer, and is strongly committed to promoting diversity and inclusiveness at every level of the university. Persons of all genders, persons with disabilities, and persons of all racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
About the position:
Reporting directly to the President, and serving on her Cabinet, the VPDEI provides leadership to ensure Hollins University is continuously working toward a campus environment and student outcomes that foster belonging, and are inclusive, equitable, and reflective of its loftiest ideals as expressed in its mission as a residential, liberal arts community.
While excellent visionary, facilitation, change management, and leadership skills are expected, this position will also directly engage with students, faculty, and staff to provide programming and create new opportunities for deep and sustained inclusive engagement and experiences. The ability to develop effective ongoing dialogue and collaboration with multiple and diverse constituents is an essential quality.
It is the expectation of the campus community that this position will:
Connect: The VPDEI will be someone who is able to proactively engage, communicate with, and inspire constituents across campus, from its most senior faculty to its newest staff members, from its diverse students to its highly visible trustees. The VPDEI will ensure Hollins provides an inclusive experience for all of the students and employees it serves. They will bring with them credentials, experiences, and a personal manner that facilitates this breadth of authentic engagement across the campus.
Build: The VPDEI will – in collaboration with the President, Cabinet, and the broader campus community – build the structures, processes, policies, and assessment measures necessary to center inclusion within the institution and to ensure all community members have the needed foundational knowledge and support to be inclusive in their daily work. The position will work closely with campus constituents to facilitate, benchmark, and implement an inclusion plan that outlines and achieves success for everyone in the Hollins community.
Facilitate: By developing needed structures and processes, along with a dynamic process of educating the community, the VPDEI will facilitate an environment that equips people across campus to lead with inclusive excellence at the forefront of their thinking and action. The community will learn from the VPDEI how to move the institution forward and then do the work alongside the VPDEI.
Advocate: The VPDEI will not only help the community to understand best practices as they relate to inclusion, diversity, equity, and justice, but they will also advocate for and lead change management initiatives in order to implement those practices across the campus. In addition, they will also advocate for those community members who need support, and be a trusted resource in the face of challenging moments.
Support and Lead Change: The VPDEI will support the community as a whole, as well as individuals, on their journey to become inclusive, actively work towards justice, and enable the institution to be equitable in action and will.
A visionary leader is needed to help Hollins become a transformative and inclusive institution:
The successful candidate must be an exceptional visionary and able to attend to the details of implementing multiple, complex strategies. Personally, this leader must be able to engage with all constituents openly, supportively, and with an eye toward how every encounter facilitates Hollins becoming a transformative and inclusive institution.
It is expected that the VPDEI will:
- Be a passionate educator, able to lead all members of the community in an institution-wide professional development effort focused on inclusion, diversity, and equity.
- Identify and support the implementation of best practices and the deconstruction of barriers to inclusion-related student success.
- Partner with Academic Affairs to support inclusive faculty professional development that ensures the academic enterprise is a model of inclusive pedagogy.
- Partner with Student Affairs to support inclusion in all areas of students’ experiences and to enhance student belonging.
- Partner with administrative leadership, as well as Human Resources, to facilitate the recruitment and retention of a diverse faculty and staff.
- Oversee, support, and coordinate the work of several committees, programs, offices, and individuals currently addressing issues of inclusion and diversity on campus.
- Provide leadership for their team, and ensure the DEI work and organizational structure are aligned in order to maximize impact.
- Work with student leadership groups to develop their ability to advocate for inclusion and to lead inclusively.
- Establish robust metrics to track progress in achieving inclusion goals.
- In partnership with Institutional Advancement, identify and solicit external funding to support inclusion on campus and within the surrounding region.
- Develop and supervise a team of student, faculty, and staff Equity Ambassadors to support the work of the VPDEI.
- A master’s degree in a field related to the goals of the position
- Proven success as a leader, with experience appropriate to a highly visible senior leadership role
- Minimum of seven years of recent and relevant experience as an educator
- Fluency in the principles and language of equity, inclusivity, diversity, justice, and anti-racism as they relate to higher education
- Evidence of building and managing successful partnerships with faculty or other thought leaders
- Experience working collaboratively with multiple stakeholders to facilitate change and as an organizational change agent and planner
- Proven success at (1) engaging multiple campus constituents and (2) building strong, collaborative relationships with faculty, staff, and students
- Demonstrated expertise in building an inclusive community that provides enhanced outcomes for all community members
- Experience utilizing data to inform planning and decision-making with a results-oriented mindset
- Impeccable interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written, and strong emotional intelligence
- Ability to lead, manage, and motivate diverse constituent perspectives
- Proven success at responding with compassion, care, and an educative lens during moments of crisis
- Passion for the values of a residential, liberal arts education for students
- Experience with large event planning in order to continue Hollins’ annual Leading Equity, Diversity, and Justice Day
- Ability to manage confidential and sensitive matters
- Ability and willingness to work evenings and weekends
- Doctoral degree strongly preferred
- Experience in a residential, liberal arts higher education institution
- External grant writing experience
Hollins’ commitment to this position:
As a community, Hollins will ensure that the VPDEI is provided with the human and financial resources deemed necessary to do their job effectively. Similarly, the university will work to prepare its community members, physical space, and structures to enable the VPDEI not only to perform their duties but to thrive. A position profile, which includes additional information about the role and the university, is available online.
Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, salary requirement, and contact information for five references to firstname.lastname@example.org. Candidates should include in their cover letters a demonstrated interest in and understanding of Hollins University, and evidence of how their experience and skills can help make the institution a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive campus community. Review of applications will begin January 4, 2021, and will continue until the position is filled.
Director of the Hollins Fund
Hollins University is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Director of the Hollins Fund. The Hollins Fund goal is $3.55 million, and provides critical operating support comprised of restricted and unrestricted funds.
Under the supervision of the Vice President for External Relations, the Director of the Hollins Fund manages the Hollins annual giving program, and is responsible for the planning, implementation, and execution of strategies and activities to meet revenue goals. This includes solicitation strategies, analytics on annual giving performance, and plans to increase both revenue streams and alumnae/i participation.
The Director of the Hollins Fund manages a variety of programs. These programs include, but are not limited to, direct mail solicitations, leadership gift solicitations, reunion and class giving, faculty/staff solicitations, and parent solicitations. This position is expected to manage a portfolio of prospects and donors focusing on leadership gifts of $1,842 or more. Also, the director oversees volunteer engagement in the Hollins Fund including the recruitment, management, and training of alumnae/i and others. Additionally, the director supervises the work of the Assistant Director of the Hollins Fund.
Successful applicants must have a bachelor’s degree, knowledge of annual giving programs, and at least five years of fundraising experience in annual giving programs or four years of development experience, including a successful track record of work in annual giving and working with volunteers, students, and campus constituents. Additionally, they must have experience in a variety of solicitation and communication techniques, including direct mail, social media, personalized gift solicitation, and also in the strategy of multiple campaigns. Furthermore, candidates must have experience in data-driven decision-making, including the ability to analyze an annual giving matrix and provide strategic decisions.
Proven abilities to meet deadlines and goals, make sound judgments, and manage confidential and sensitive matters are required, as are abilities to work independently and collaboratively, mentor and manage staff and volunteers, and listen to and communicate effectively with a variety of constituents. Demonstrated success working with diverse populations is also needed. Also required are proven written and oral presentation skills, effective communication and interpersonal skills, and excellent organizational, detail, accuracy, and project management skills.
Applicants must have a valid United States driver’s license with minimal violations and abilities and willingness to travel by ground and air throughout the United States and to work nights and weekends as needed. Final candidates will be subject to criminal history, credit history, and motor vehicle background checks. Preferred applicants will have experience with private, liberal arts, and/or single-sex higher education institutions, as well as with Anthology/iModules Encompass and Ellucian Banner.
Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, salary requirement, and contact information for three references to email@example.com. Review of applications will begin immediately, and will continue until the position is filled.
Hollins University, one of the nation’s most dynamic and diverse liberal arts colleges for women, seeks an equally dynamic Provost to serve as its next chief academic officer. Reporting to the President and working in collaboration with senior administrators and the Hollins faculty within a shared governance model, the Provost will lead with compassion and courage; build an equitable, inclusive, and diverse learning community; and promote the enduring value of the liberal arts and the education of women.
With a visionary, new President at the helm, a strong record of alumnae engagement and giving, and institutional eagerness to implement new and transformative programs, Hollins aims to position both its students and itself to thrive amid the opportunities and challenges in an ever-changing higher education landscape. To this end, Hollins requires a Provost who will cultivate a strong and diverse faculty, as well as a leader who can encourage the faculty and staff to think boldly about existing institutional practices, ranging from academic programming to hiring practices.
Located in Roanoke, Virginia in the shadow of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Hollins University is a vibrant community with 130 faculty, 701 undergraduates, and 113 graduate students. Known for its creative and highly engaged student body and its distinguished faculty and staff, Hollins prides itself on its nationally-recognized academic programs, a deeply committed alumnae network, an extraordinarily beautiful campus, and its unique ability to ensure that each of its students has the opportunity to design a transformational college experience.
The Provost must be a gifted collaborator who genuinely likes to work with a variety of constituencies and who respects all members of the Hollins community. Hollins seeks a Provost who believes deeply in the power of equity and inclusion in higher education. The university also desires a transparent and collaborative leader who will build on Hollins’ existing academic programs and create connections across the campus community that stretch beyond academics. Other opportunities for the new Provost include restructuring the Academic Affairs office, developing a strategic plan for hiring a strong and diverse faculty, and harnessing financial and human resources to recover and rebuild in a post-pandemic environment.
The successful candidate will have an earned doctorate or other terminal degree and record of distinguished scholarship and teaching requisite for an appointment as a tenured associate or full professor; significant experience as an academic administrator in higher education including experience with budget management, fund raising, curriculum reform, and strategic planning; and experience and demonstrated success in advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives as they relate to academic programs including, but not limited to, the recruitment and retention of a diverse faculty.
The new Provost will share the university’s commitment to the liberal arts, the education of women, and academic inclusiveness, and is expected to take office on or about July 1, 2021. A detailed position profile including full lists of key opportunities and desired qualifications can be found at:
To apply, candidates should submit a substantive cover letter addressing qualifications and desired attributes, a curriculum vitae, and a list of five professional references including addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses, along with a brief description of the candidate’s working relationship with each. Application materials and nominations must be submitted electronically to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Confidential inquiries, questions, or nominations may be directed to Dr. Darla Schumm, professor and search chair, email@example.com or 540-362-6025.
Review of applications will begin on October 16, 2020, and will continue until the position is filled. Hollins is an equal opportunity employer, and is strongly committed to promoting diversity and inclusiveness at every level of the university. Persons of all genders, persons with disabilities, and persons of all racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Candidates are encouraged to comment in their cover letter on how their contributions will further the university’s efforts to ensure the success and inclusion of all members of its community.
Hollins University is seeking qualified candidates for full-time (40 hours/week) custodians. These positions work Sunday-Thursday or Tuesday-Saturday on the 4:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., 6:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m., or 1:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. shift. Custodial employees are eligible for health and life insurance, paid time off, retirement plan, and tuition assistance benefits.
Qualifications include the ability to perform basic housekeeping functions (dusting, vacuuming, use of floor care equipment, bathroom sanitation, etc.), and may involve furniture moving and setup. Must have abilities to climb stairs, lift up to 50 lbs, and understand and follow directions. Must also be a self-starter and team player, and have a valid U.S. driver’s license with minimal violations. Will be subject to criminal history and motor vehicle background checks.
Employment applications may be obtained here, and should be returned via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or via fax to 540-362-6571. Candidates must indicate what shift(s) they can work on the application.
Groom/Stable Worker (part-time)
Hollins University seeks applications for one part-time groom/stable worker to clean stalls, feed and groom horses, and perform general barn duties.
Hours are 2:30-6:30 p.m. five days/week; exact days are to be determined, but will likely include one weekend day. This position is eligible for certain benefits on a pro-rated basis.
Experience working with horses preferred. Must have a valid United States driver’s license with minimal violations. Will be subject to a motor vehicle background check. Employment applications may be obtained here, and should be returned via e-mail to email@example.com or via fax to 540-362-6571. Previous applicants need not apply.