Staff Positions

Hollins University is an equal opportunity employer.  Hollins values diversity in its community, and strongly encourages applications from members of underrepresented populations.

For more information about the positions listed below, please contact:

Human Resources Office
540-362-6660
hollinshr@hollins.edu

Last updated: 06/14/19

Please note that positions are posted until they are filled.


Director of International Programs

(posted 06/07/19)

Hollins University is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Director of International Programs. This position provides leadership for education abroad, and works closely with faculty and other key stakeholders to set a broad and strategic vision for continued and expanded program development. The director oversees all aspects of international education for the university, including administration, program development, legal compliance, marketing, recruitment, and evaluation. This position in Academic Affairs reports directly to the Dean of Experiential Learning, and supervises the International Programs Coordinator.

Hollins is an independent, liberal arts university in Roanoke, Virginia offering undergraduate education for women, selected graduate programs for men and women, and community outreach initiatives. Hollins has a long-standing legacy as a leader in education abroad, and with the approval of its new strategic plan, a deep commitment to broadening its array of education-abroad options and providing as many students as possible the opportunity to go abroad through semester programs; international exchanges; short-term, faculty-led courses; and service-learning, immersion experiences.

The director is the U.S. administrator of the university’s signature Hollins Abroad London program, and is the campus coordinator for institution-affiliated and exchange study-abroad programs in over 20 countries. The director oversees exchange partnerships, direct-enrolled programs, and third-party providers including the university’s new Hollins in Paris programs provided in partnership with IES Abroad. In addition to managing these current programs, the director will work closely with faculty to develop January term travel trips and to recruit students for all programs. The director also serves as the principal designated school official (PDSO) for SEVIS, ensures the university’s compliance with federal regulations for F-1 visa students, advises students and the university on compliance issues, and is responsible for maintaining Hollins’ SEVIS certification.

Successful applicants must have a bachelor’s degree (master’s preferred) in a related field with a minimum of three years of study-abroad program or related experience, as well as supervisory experience, and knowledge of and experience interpreting and applying program-applicable laws, regulations, and best practices. Applicants must demonstrate flexibility and adaptability to changing circumstances; be decisive; manage numerous, competing demands; and work effectively with faculty, staff, and students and their families. Preferred candidates will have experience working with a diverse student body in a liberal arts higher education environment. Applicants must be willing and able to work evenings and weekends as needed and travel globally as needed. Final candidates will be subject to a motor vehicle background check.

Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, salary requirement, and contact information for three references to hollinshr@hollins.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately, and will continue until the position is filled.


Chemistry Department Technician

(posted 06/07/19)

Hollins University is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Chemistry Department Technician. The positon reports to the chair of the department, and supervises about six student assistants.

Technical responsibilities include setup and cleanup of chemistry labs; placing and receiving orders for chemicals, glassware, and other equipment; arranging for equipment service; maintaining material safety data sheets for chemicals and inventory of all items; providing research support for professors and students; identifying, storing, and arranging for disposal of all hazardous waste generated in the department; ordering, receiving, storing, dispensing, and keeping records for tax-free ethanol according to U.S. Department of Treasury regulations; and monitoring department compliance with OSHA regulations.

Other responsibilities include completing required forms for the university Business Office; overseeing office supplies and maintenance requests and records; and obtaining permits for transportation of tax-free ethanol from the Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority, and filing an annual report of yearly usage with the state organization.

Successful applicants must have a bachelor’s degree in chemistry and proficiency with Microsoft Office. Candidates must also have excellent interpersonal, communication, analytical, decision-making, problem-solving, project management, organizational, prioritization, multitasking, detail, and accuracy skills. Additionally, applicants must have abilities to meet deadlines and work independently without supervision at times and effectively with faculty and students. They must also possess the manual dexterity needed to manipulate and move large, heavy objects. Preferred candidates will have experience in a similar position.

Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, salary requirement, and contact information for three references to hollinshr@hollins.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately, and will continue until the position is filled.


Executive Director of Marketing and Communications

(posted 05/20/19)

Hollins University is seeking qualified, creative, and passionate candidates for the position of Executive Director (ED) of Marketing and Communications.  Candidates must have a proven track record of creating and driving modern, integrated, and impactful marketing and communications strategies that deliver measurable and positive results.

The ED will be joining the university at an exciting and important time following the Board of Trustees’ approval of a new strategic plan in February.  The ED will create and drive the university’s integrated marketing and communications strategy to build and strengthen awareness of Hollins as one of the premier and innovative liberal arts institutions for undergraduate women and co-ed graduate students.

The Executive Director reports directly to the President, leads a team of five professionals, and is a member of the President’s Executive Team.

In addition to the above, to help advance the university’s strategic goals, the ED:

  • Supervises the market research work currently underway, in collaboration with members of the Hollins community, to understand perceptions of the university’s key stakeholders (prospective students, current students, alumnae/i, overall population, etc.). From this research, the ED will develop positioning and messaging for the university, creating a compelling and unique narrative and value proposition for Hollins that will strengthen and reinforce its reputation with all of its important audiences.
  • Understands how to use institutional data and market research, collaborating closely with the offices of Admission, Graduate Programs, Academic Affairs, Athletics, Alumnae Relations, and Institutional Advancement to promote and support the university’s overarching mission and strategic goals, and drive a marketing and communications strategy and execution plan that will help attain measurable results in each of the aforementioned areas.
  • Devotes a significant part of their time in close partnership with Admission to meaningfully increase undergraduate and graduate enrollment. This includes creating fresh and impactful marketing and communications campaigns to drive prospective students to Hollins (reviewing the website, visiting campus, applying to the university, etc.), ensuring that the institution is connecting with the right target audience through purposeful effective messaging, testing and refining as frequently as necessary.
  • Utilizes and deploys social media for strategic objectives, involving constituents, such as the student body, where appropriate, to maximize reach and frequency of messaging.
  • Oversees the ongoing content development and delivery of university news, and provides a thoughtful approach to crisis communications, including the ability to monitor public issues, manage the university’s reputation, and serve as an effective spokesperson for the institution in challenging circumstances as needed.
  • Develops a robust media relations and strategic visibility program that gains local, regional, and national coverage.
  • Serves as the creative director and editor-in-chief of all of the university’s communications, including the signature alumnae magazine, which is a key pillar of Hollins’ brand of alumnae engagement.
  • Works closely with the university president as a partner in thought leadership, writing speeches and articles, and creating compelling content that reinforces Hollins’s unique value proposition.

In addition to the preceding priorities for the Executive Director, the ideal candidate is someone who excels in organizing, developing, and managing a small staff, and who will oversee the budget for the department in ways that garner the best return on investment for marketing and communications expenditures.

Successful applicants must have a bachelor’s degree in a related field, a minimum of seven years of experience in marketing and communications with a record of successfully developing and implementing strategic marketing communications.  Additionally, candidates must have demonstrated fluency and expertise in digital and social media marketing.  The primary focus of this position is marketing, and experience in brand management and marketing strategy is required.

Applicants must have outstanding content development skills, with excellence in writing, editing, and collaborating with art professionals for the most effective content packaging.  Strong public presentation skills; excellent organizational, project management, and multitasking skills; and a demonstrated ability to think strategically and creatively are centric to successful candidates.

Candidates must also have abilities to accurately and clearly assess and communicate organizational priorities and opportunities and manage confidential and sensitive matters.  They must be highly collaborative, and able to build strong, cooperative working relationships with a variety of constituents, including students, faculty, staff, and the public.  While higher education experience is preferred, applicants with marketing expertise in other industries, particularly business and consumer marketing of complex, intangible products or services that require a major investment, can offer a valued dynamic and perspective to the university.  Five or more years of supervisory management experience is also preferred.

Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter; resume; link(s) to an online portfolio, work samples, or a case study; salary requirement; and contact information for three references to hollinshr@hollins.edu.  Review of applications will begin immediately, and will continue until the position is filled.  Previous applicants need not apply.


Assistant to the Vice President for External Relations

(posted 05/15/19)

Hollins University is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Assistant to the Vice President for External Relations. This position serves as the primary support person for the vice president, and performs a variety of administrative and office duties for the Institutional Advancement office.

The assistant is a critical member of the Institutional Advancement team and the first point of contact for many of the division’s constituents. This individual manages the vice president’s calendar including scheduling appointments, coordinating meetings, and planning travel. Additionally, the assistant prepares and edits important documents, and prepares weekly reports for the President’s office. Other responsibilities include designing materials, implementing and managing a comprehensive database for alumnae and donor development, and using a filing system for communications with major constituent groups. The assistant also oversees office supplies and maintenance requests and records for the team, updates the division budget, and coordinates meetings and takes notes for the Development Committee of the Board of Trustees.

Successful applicants must have a high school diploma or equivalent; minimum of three years of administrative support experience; and proficiencies with Microsoft Office and multifunction devices. Candidates must also have excellent customer service, public relations, interpersonal, communication, analytical, decision-making, problem-solving, project management, organizational, prioritization, multitasking, detail, and accuracy skills. Additionally, applicants must have abilities to work in a fast-paced, demanding environment; meet deadlines; work independently without supervision at times and successfully with office members; demonstrate mature judgment, tact, and diplomacy; maintain discretion with confidential and sensitive information; and work effectively with all university constituencies including faculty, staff, students, alumnae/i, trustees, and community representatives.

Applicants must also be able to occasionally work outside normal office hours, particularly during special events. Preferred candidates will have at least two years of college, experience in an administrative support role in higher education and with Ellucian Banner, and knowledge of and experience with Hollins. Final candidates will be subject to credit and criminal history background checks.

Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, salary requirement, and contact information for three references to hollinshr@hollins.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately, and will continue until the position is filled.


Information Technology Support Technician

(posted 05/10/19)

Hollins University is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Information Technology Support Technician.

This position’s primary role is to train and support the Help Desk student staff and ensure that end users receive support and maintenance within the university’s end-user environment. This includes installing, configuring, testing, diagnosing, repairing, maintaining, monitoring, and upgrading PC hardware and software to ensure optimal workstation performance. The IT Support Tech troubleshoots problem areas (in-person and by phone and e-mail) in a timely and accurate fashion, and provides end-user assistance where required. The tech also responds to escalated Help Desk issues, and staffs the Help Desk when student employees are not available. Additionally, the IT Support Tech writes technical documentation, and assists managing the campus computer labs. The position reports to the User Support Services Manager, and supervises the Help Desk student employees (approximately ten during the academic year and four during the summer).

Successful applicants must have an associate’s degree, minimum of two years of experience working on PC and Mac hardware and software, and minimum of one year of experience in a computer-related support position. Candidates must have excellent communication, interpersonal, research, analysis, organizational, independent troubleshooting, and project management skills. Must also have abilities to prioritize problems, maintain confidentiality, perform successfully independently and in a team environment, and work effectively with faculty, staff, and students. Applicants must be able to lift up to 50 pounds periodically.

Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, salary requirement, and contact information for three references to hollinshr@hollins.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately, and will continue until the position is filled.


Interlibrary Services Coordinator

(posted 05/10/19)

The Hollins University Wyndham Robertson Library is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Interlibrary Services Coordinator. This position is responsible for providing excellent interlibrary lending and borrowing services to the Hollins community and colleagues at other libraries. The work schedule is approximately 1-9 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. on Friday.

The Interlibrary Services Coordinator processes requests for materials the library does not own and requests from other libraries to borrow its materials, and communicates about and tracks the status of lending and borrowing requests. This position also collects and analyzes interlibrary loan usage data, oversees spaces reservable by students, manages and maintains the interlibrary loan software, and makes recommendations for changes to library policies and procedures as necessary. Additionally, the coordinator works in partnership with the circulation coordinator to provide library materials for the Hollins community, and will assist in training and supervising 20-25 part-time student employees working in interlibrary services and circulation. The coordinator may have primary responsibility for evaluating and managing some of these student employees. The Interlibrary Services Coordinator reports to the Public Services Librarian.

Successful applicants must have a high school diploma or equivalent and previous experience in customer service or a related area. Candidates must also have excellent communication, interpersonal, organizational, accuracy, detail, and basic software troubleshooting skills, as well as abilities to prioritize and work proactively and independently. Preferred applicants will have a college degree, experience working in a library (particularly within interlibrary loan), and supervisory experience.

Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references to hollinshr@hollins.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately, and will continue until the position is filled.


Student Success Coordinator

(posted 05/01/19)

Hollins University is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Student Success Coordinator. This is a full-time, 10-month (August through May) administrator position reporting to the Dean of Academic Success in the Academic Affairs division.

The Hollins curriculum and cocurricular programs prepare students for lives of consequence, full of active learning, fulfilling work, personal growth, achievement, and service to society. Because the university is committed to providing a best-in-class advising experience for its students, this position is devoted to hands-on work with undergraduate students through advising, mentoring, and coaching.

The primary duties of the position include:

  • Building individualized success plans for students in need of academic support (e.g., those on academic probation, those identified by faculty referrals or the early alert system, or those with learning disabilities).
  • Providing support for students with learning disabilities including referrals, reviewing academic accommodations, and ensuring academic accommodations are made.
  • Monitoring early alert data to facilitate rapid responses.
  • Collecting data from the early alert system and other key stakeholders on campus to determine areas of greatest general student need, and develop resources to address those needs.
  • Coordinating programs and services with the Director of Student Engagement Programs who oversees the HUConnect program that serves first-generation and Pell-eligible students.
  • Designing and delivering workshops on topics relevant to student success including time management, growth mindset, goal setting, understanding syllabi, how to work with faculty, navigating academic successes and failures, policies, etc.

Successful applicants must have a bachelor’s degree in higher education, counseling, rehabilitation, social work, or a related field; knowledge of federal and state regulations regarding higher education accessibility and the provision of accommodations; a minimum of three years of relevant work experience; experience with assistive technology; and Microsoft Office proficiency. Candidates must also have excellent writing, speaking, interpersonal, organizational, multitasking, project management, decision-making, and problem-solving skills. Applicants must have proven abilities to meet deadlines and goals, make sound judgments, manage confidential and sensitive matters, operate with considerable independence and as an effective member of a team, and work effectively with multiple constituencies, including a diverse student population. Candidates with a master’s degree and experience in a single-sex, residential, liberal arts higher education institution are preferred.

Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, salary requirement, and contact information for three references to hollinshr@hollins.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately, and will continue until the position is filled.


Groom/Stable Workers

(posted 04/19/19)

Hollins University seeks applications for one full-time and one part-time groom/stable workers to clean stalls, feed and groom horses, and perform general barn duties.

Full-time hours are primarily 5:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m. (but may vary) five days/week, including one weekend day, with flexibility for two days off per week. Part-time hours are 2:30-6:30 p.m. five days/week; exact days are to be determined, but will likely include one weekend day.

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 from the Human Resources Office Mon.-Fri., 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., or by e-mailing hollinshr@hollins.edu. Previous applicants need not apply.


Director of Center for Career Development and Life Design

(posted 03/13/19)

New Strategic Plan
Recently approved by its Board of Trustees, Hollins University’s new student-centered strategic plan is committed to myriad forms of experiential learning and an exemplary four-year program of life skills and career development. The Center for Career Development and Life Design (the “Center”) will play a pivotal part in ensuring delivery of an exceptional program that is truly distinctive, compelling, and best-in-class.

The Director Role
Reporting to the Dean of Experiential Learning/Executive Director of Career Development in the Academic Affairs division, the Director will manage all planning, operational, budgetary, and educational aspects of the Center. Supervising three professional staff and ten student Career Connectors (peer mentors), the Director will help design and deliver pioneering career development that is well-integrated into the Hollins educational program.

The ideal candidate will be a creative, collaborative, and dynamic leader with proven educational and managerial experience who has the capacity to build and scale out new systems, work processes, and programs in a fast-paced, “start-up” office culture. Additionally, as the campus grows increasingly diverse, the Director must maintain a strong commitment to diversity, inclusion, and well-being, so that students of all backgrounds and aspirations are well-served and positioned for success at Hollins and beyond.

Specific Responsibilities

  • Manages all planning, operational, budgetary, and educational aspects of the Center to ensure efficient, relevant, and effective programs and services are provided to its constituencies
  • Develops short and long-range operating plans including budgets, programs and services, staffing, technology and other equipment, and office space
  • Provides guidance and leadership to staff including training, evaluation, and professional development for the Center’s Associate Director, Events and Promotions Manager, Coordinator, and student Career Connectors
  • Plans, coordinates, and manages all university events that prepare students for employment and provide networking or mentoring opportunities
  • Oversees the Hollins Signature Internship Program – collaborating closely with alumnae to generate high caliber internships in New York; Washington, D.C.; Richmond, VA; and other geographic areas
  • Develops strong, ongoing relationships with employers, particularly those that hire recent college graduates
  • Participates in professional development activities to ensure professional growth and knowledge needed to provide effective leadership and program development
  • Works with Dean/Executive Director on enhancing collaborative relationships with other campus departments and offices, Alumnae Board and regional alumnae chapters, and regional businesses and organizations
  • Assists Dean/Executive Director as needed with strategic planning initiatives and special projects

The ideal candidate will be:

  • able to articulate the value of a liberal arts education in the workplace
  • committed to women’s advancement and an educational environment where living and learning are integrated
  • an encouraging mentor for undergraduate and graduate students, as well as alumnae/i
  • familiar with trends in the changing world of work, as well as in career development (e.g. the application of design thinking to career development life design)
  • able to design and deliver innovative programs that provide outstanding career preparation for diverse students on various paths
  • an emotionally intelligent leader who can bring out the best in a team while developing new organizational systems in a fast-paced, productive environment
  • capable of both seeing the big picture and paying close attention to detail
  • a keen researcher and analyst of data, as well as a creative problem-solver
  • an excellent writer who can generate instructional guides, reports, and marketing materials
  • a compelling public speaker for diverse audiences, ranging from prospective students and families to campus colleagues to employers and community partners

Required Qualifications

  • Master’s degree
  • Minimum of five years of experience in career planning, human resources, or talent development, or a combination of these areas and experience in alumnae/i relations and development, student affairs, community organizing, and/or marketing and communications
  • Experience in program development, supervision and evaluation, budgeting, and relevant workplace technologies
  • Excellent leadership, communication, interpersonal, customer service, detail, accuracy, organizational, multitasking, project management, decision-making, and problem-solving skills
  • Proven abilities to meet deadlines, make sound judgments, manage confidential and sensitive matters, and work effectively with multiple constituencies
  • Abilities to build systems and adapt to change
  • Demonstrated success working with diverse populations
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Valid United States driver’s license with minimal violations
  • Final candidates will be subject to a motor vehicle background check

Preferred Experience

  • College career centers, employer relations, and internship management
  • Handshake or other career management platforms
  • Data analytics – tracking both student interactions with career centers and career outcomes for recent graduates and alumnae/i

How to Apply

Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, salary requirement, and contact information for three references to hollinshr@hollins.edu. Review of applications will begin April 1, and will continue until the position is filled.


Security Officer

(posted 01/14/19)

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.

Successful applicants must be US citizens or legal US 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.


Custodians

(posted 10/31/18)

Hollins University is seeking qualified candidates for full-time custodians. These full-time (40 hours/week) positions work Monday through Friday on the 4:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. shift or 6:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. shift. Occasional weekends are required on both shifts.

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 from the Human Resources Office Mon.-Fri., 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., or by e-mailing hollinshr@hollins.edu.


Painter

(posted 10/31/18)

Hollins University is seeking qualified candidates for a full-time painter. Previous painting experience preferred, but early career painters are encouraged to apply.

The painter maintains and performs preventive maintenance painting on buildings’ interiors and exteriors. He/she performs skilled and semi-skilled tasks in the maintenance and repair of finishes of exterior surfaces, interior walls, ceilings, and floor surfaces. The painter erects scaffolding, and sets up ladders to perform tasks above ground level, prepares parking areas and streets for striping, and operates related machinery. He/she also cleans and inspects gutters and roof drains, and unclogs them as necessary, and restores/refinishes and moves furniture as needed. On-the-job training is provided.

Successful applicants must have a high school diploma or equivalent, excellent communication skills, customer-service focus, and a valid United States driver’s license with minimal violations. Candidates must have abilities to stand, walk, climb, stoop, kneel, bend, and reach for extended periods of time; full range of body motion; ability to operate hand tools and motorized equipment requiring manual dexterity; and ability to lift/carry items weighing up to 50 pounds. Applicants must have abilities, without assistance, to work from ladders, scaffoldings, and elevated platforms up to 135 feet high, and move and operate man/people lifts up to 80 feet high. Must also be a self-starter and team player, and be willing and able to work indoors and outdoors in all weather conditions. Final candidates will be subject to criminal history and motor vehicle background checks.

Employment applications may be obtained from the Human Resources Office Mon.-Fri., 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., or by e-mailing hollinshr@hollins.edu.


Director of Facilities Management

(posted 5/21/18)

Hollins University is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Director of Facilities Management.  Using industry quality standards and best practices, the director is responsible for the operations, maintenance, and management of all facilities for a small, residential, historic campus.  He/she reports to the Vice President for Finance and Administration, and supervises the Maintenance, Buildings and Custodial Services, and Painting and Grounds department supervisors, as well as the Facilities Management Coordinator.

The Director of Facilities Management is responsible for the management of personnel, budget, and equipment and the development and implementation of programs, policies, and procedures related to the maintenance and upkeep of all university facilities.  He/she is also responsible for the maintenance, repair, and operation of energy management and utility systems, as well as overseeing major facilities projects.  The director will continue the work of integrating energy management and sustainable practices into campus operations to increase efficiencies and reduce costs.  Additionally, he/she is responsible for compliance with local, state, and federal building codes and OSHA and environmental regulations; and working with the Campus Security department on establishing and maintaining a priority system for emergency responses to campus infrastructure, facilities, and buildings.  The director designs and implements strategies to improve administrative efficiency and effectiveness, leads the facilities staff to achieve division goals, and develops long-range plans to address deferred maintenance and meet ongoing needs of campus constituencies.  He/she also represents university interests in facilities operations and sustainability matters to faculty, staff, and students, and works collaboratively with other directors on university projects.  The director attains goals by working hands-on with his/her direct reports and their staff members and by building and maintaining positive relationships with all university constituencies.

Successful applicants must have a bachelor’s degree (advanced degree preferred) in a related field; minimum of five years of related experience in a university environment; excellent communication, human relations, customer service, problem-solving, and analytical skills; abilities to demonstrate flexibility and adapt a team to situations and change; and valid U.S. driver’s license with minimal violations.  Applicants must be proven leaders and supervisors who successfully guide team members through frequently changing environments.  The preferred candidate will have worked hands-on with his/her team on a small, residential, historic campus, where relationships among and between university constituencies are critical for success, as well as experience or certification in energy or utilities management.  Must also be accessible, willing, and able to work evening and weekend hours as needed and in emergency situations.  Final candidates will be subject to criminal history and motor vehicle background checks.

Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, salary requirement, and contact information for three references to hollinshr@hollins.edu.  Review of applications will begin immediately, and will continue until the position is filled.