George Mason University (Mason) is Virginia’s largest public research university and is setting the benchmark for a bold, progressive education that serves the needs of its students and communities. Located in the heart of northern Virginia’s technology corridor near Washington, D.C., Mason prepares its students to succeed in the workforce and to meet the needs of the region and the world. Enrollment is over 37,000, with students studying in 200 degree programs at the undergraduate, master’s, doctoral, and professional levels. Mason is a distributed university with campuses in Fairfax, Arlington, and Prince William counties. In addition to these three campuses, Mason operates a campus in Songdo, South Korea, a site in Loudoun County and has partnered with the Smithsonian Institution to offer a Global Conservation Studies Program at the Smithsonian Conservation and Research Center in Front Royal, Virginia. Mason also offers programs online. Each Mason location has a distinctive academic focus that plays a critical role in the economy of its region.
Responsibilities of the Position
Reporting to the Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration, the Associate Vice President, Business Services manages the university’s business services and auxiliary functions, develops business and marketing plans, performance goals, and metrics for the successful operation of Auxiliary Enterprises. Auxiliary Enterprises management includes EagleBank Arena, Card Office, Dining, Licensing, Mail, Print, Retail, Student Centers, and Vending services. The Associate Vice President serves as the primary liaison with contractual partners, working closely to oversee and support operations, while ensuring contractors meet performance indicators as specified in vendor agreements. The incumbent will direct all Auxiliary Services activities including researching, exploring and initiating new opportunities for the university, implementing administrative procedures and systems to evaluate existing revenue generation and financial models, and coordinating the accounting and reporting for budgeted revenue. The Associate Vice President will also support key university growth and efficiency efforts for the Senior Vice President and other university leaders.
Additional responsibilities include:
- Serves as a University point person for business development and supervision of various functions within Auxiliary Enterprises and Business Services, including Accounting and business operations, information technology, marketing, payroll, budgeting, foods purchasing, and emergency planning.
- Advises the Senior VP for Finance and Administration on matters related to program budgets, capital planning, the financial impact of initiatives on existing resources, and opportunities to enhance revenues and decrease expenses.
- Oversees business operations, procedures, and practices, including long-term planning and business development for the university.
- Leading and serving on university and unit committees focused on strategy and policy.
- Negotiates various university-wide contracts.
- Cultivates a common purpose and teamwork among the various units and ensures timely and effective communication.
- Promotes an environment that is ethical, civil, respectful, inclusive, and welcoming.
- Develops effective and collaborative partnerships with entities internal and external to Auxiliary Services and the University.
- Leads and enables key strategic projects for the Senior VP for Finance and Administration, as well as for the university, as needed.
- Serves in leadership and project management roles with and participants in cross-organizational task forces, including University and private partners as it relates to the university mission.
- Facilitates cooperation between academic/non-academic Joint Venture Partnerships/Mason Initiatives.
- Provides financial management, planning, forecasting, revenue generation, development of processes, and safeguards that help enable successful financial execution of new and current business related ventures.
- Participates in the University’s Master Plan initiatives to begin developing long term strategic planning and investments required to increase revenue streams, improve financial ratios, increase reserves, and support capital improvements.
- Monitors Auxiliary Service budgets and provides direction for the planning and promotion of services and for the establishment of an ongoing program of customer service for students and professional development of support staff.
- Administrative responsibilities including scheduling, budget control, inventory management, contract administration, and supervision of staff, graduate assistants, or student interns.
- Develops sophisticated consulting-style project team to support key university opportunities and endeavors. Conducts studies of process efficiency to improve college operations and cost effective resource utilization of administrative support services in assigned areas. May research, plan, implement, and/or support such key efforts and improvement efforts.
- Develops strategic and operational objectives, in collaboration with other applicable staff, to ensure a focused approach for the future.
- Provides leadership and guidance to the University’s other Auxiliary units.
- Develops informative, understandable presentations of administrative and business services activities and services as needed.
- Provides advice and counsel to the Senior VP on policy issues, employee and labor relations matters, and related litigation.
Characteristics of the Successful Candidate
A master’s degree in a management-related discipline, or equivalent education and experience, and at least ten years of progressive management experience including budgetary and financial management are required. Experience in management consulting or similarly complex efforts is desired. The ideal candidate will possess knowledge of dining and food service operations, and university auxiliary services; the ability to develop and maintain strong vendor relationships, promote productive relationships with the student, campus, and business communities, and work closely with other university departments, often requiring persuasive communication; experience negotiating and managing contracts; and the ability to work effectively with the unit directors to develop a clear set of program priorities and time lines. In addition, candidates should possess demonstrated experience with leadership of large-scale transformation efforts; hiring, mentoring, and developing rising leaders; and knowledge of complex qualitative and quantitative analytics and decision modeling.
Candidates will also possess:
- Demonstrated commitment to wise stewardship of resources;
- Demonstrated experience with organizational change management;
- The ability to translate institutional goals and objectives into sound and executable strategies and plans;
- Exceptional leadership skills and the ability to encourage teamwork, motivate others, and get results;
- Demonstrated analytical skills including knowledge of finance, economics, management and global issues;
- Outstanding interpersonal, oral and written communication proficiency; and
- Experience with strategic planning and project management.
In addition to the above, the following characteristics and attributes of an ideal candidate were consistently identified by George Mason University stakeholders:
- Communicative, transparent work style and ability to engage a wide array of stakeholders in dialog about key functions and ongoing management of Auxiliary Enterprises.
- Commitment to customer service and an ability to implement effective customer service programs through front-line staff.
- Serve as an ambassador for Auxiliary Enterprises, working positively with all academic and administrative units on campus.
- Maintain a competitive outlook, constantly scanning for trends and evolving preferences that impact auxiliary operations on campus.
- Possess an understanding of organizational dynamics with an ability to work through the complex and sometimes political landscape of a large public institution.
- Demonstrate a knowledge of facilities management, including space management, capital planning, and renovations.
- A commitment to the professional development of staff and the ability to delegate responsibilities effectively to staff in order to engage them in the campus community.
- Effectively use assessment tools to measure the success of programs and services, and ability to make changes based on relevant data.
History of the Position
Marc Fournier served in this role from 2014-2019. He resigned from George Mason to accept the position of Vice President for Auxiliary Services at Georgetown University.
Likely Opportunities, Priorities, and Challenges of the Position
The new Vice President for Finance and Administration, Carol Kissal, envisions an expanded role for the Associate Vice President (AVP) that includes serving as an internal consultant in strategic projects across the university. The AVP will participate in a consulting-style project team that conducts studies of process efficiency to improve college operations and cost-effective resource utilization of administrative support services.
A focus on serving students is central to auxiliary services at Mason. Staff in the department and leadership of the contract partners emphasized that they regularly resolve issues by asking “what is best for the students?” The division serves a wide-range of campus customers but they understand that providing outstanding service to students needs to be their primary focus.
The AVP will need to consistently assess the university’s existing contractual partnerships and assess potential opportunities to generate new revenue for the institution. Many of the contractual partners have built long-term relationships with Mason and appear to be closely aligned with the university’s values. Contracts are constantly in transition so ongoing, consistent evaluation of the relationships and of the future needs of the institution are critical. The following is the status of current contractual agreements:
||Remaining Renewals after Expiration
||Dining services management
||3 one-year renewals
||Contract updated annually; expires June 2023
||1 five-year renewal
||Renewed fall 2018, July 2019 – June 2024
||RFP on street, contract to be awarded September 2019
|Learfield IMG Licensing
||IMG and Learfield in late 2018
|Canon Solutions America
||Print and mail service management
||5 one-year renewals
||Renewals expire June 2026
||EagleBank Arena management
||Renewed fall 2018
|Barnes & Noble
||Bookstore / Patriot Tech management
||Added Patriot Tech to contract FY18
While it will be important for candidates to have experience with the management of large auxiliary enterprises, the candidate’s combined skills in relationship building, political savvy and intuition will play a critical role in his/her success at Mason. The successful candidate will have the ability to sift through significant amounts of information and focus on the critical issues.
As a distributed campus, Mason has auxiliary operations at three primary locations. The needs of the stakeholders on the distributed campuses vary significantly from the Fairfax campus. Services must be flexible and customized for the different locations. Enrollment is projected to grow by 7,000, including 1,700 online students, by 2024, creating additional opportunities for Auxiliary Enterprises.
Measures of Success for the Position
At an appropriate interval after joining George Mason University, the following items will initially define success for the new Associate Vice President, Business Services:
- The AVP has established strong working relationships and partnerships with the Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration, Division colleagues, senior management staff, and student leaders.
- An unwavering commitment to excellence and high quality of service, product, program, and delivery is evident in all areas of oversight.
- A culture of shared responsibility and accountability among all Auxiliary Enterprises staffing groups is supported.
- Positive collaborations between Auxiliary Enterprises and other key partners including Facilities, Information Technology Services, Fiscal Services, Budget Office, Academic Affairs, and University Life are evident.
- The new AVP will have a high profile at George Mason and must engage in dialogue and public relations with a broad group of constituents to build awareness and support for the ongoing work of Auxiliary Enterprises and its role in enhancing the student experience.
An Overview of Auxiliary Enterprises
The mission of Auxiliary Enterprises is to improve quality of life on campus for all students and staff. Auxiliary Enterprises supports the university strategic plan by providing innovative services and strategic business partnerships that improve value, increase student success, and enhance financial condition.
Auxiliary Enterprises functional areas include:
- AE Admin – Auxiliary Enterprises Administration provides central oversight and direction to services such as Student Centers, Mason Card Office, Trademark Licensing, and Vending, and contracted services including the Bookstores, Patriot Tech, Dining, EagleBank Arena, Mail Services and Managed Print Services.
- AE Revenue Units – AE Revenue Units includes Beverage Vending through an exclusive contract with Coca-Cola, Snack Vending services with Canteen Vending Services, and Trademark Licensing managed by Learfield IMG College Licensing. Revenue from these units support student scholarships and have provided over $2.4 million in scholarships over the past five years through the sale of Mason branded products, beverages, and snacks.
- CASO – Card Access Security Office (CASO) manages electronic access to all university doors through the Mason ID. CASO manages specific access to individual doors based on user needs and provides access when an ID card is misplaced. CASO manages door ID reader hardware and is upgrading hardware from mag-stripe to proximity readers. CASO was transferred from Campus Police to Auxiliary Enterprises in 2018.
- Board – Sodexo manages Mason’s dining operations through a long term contract. Over 3.6 million meals are served annually in the dining halls. Students have a variety of meal plan options, including Independence plans with unlimited access to the dining halls, Liberty and Patriot plans with a fixed number of meals each semester, and Freedom plans with declining cash balances.
- Dining – Dining operations manage the physical dining halls including building maintenance and improvements, furniture, and equipment. There are three dining halls on the Fairfax campus – Southside, Ike’s, and The Globe, and a dining hall on the SMSC campus. The dining halls provide all-you-care-to-eat, 24/7 dining on the Fairfax Campus. Additionally, there are over 20 Sodexo-managed retail restaurants on Mason’s campuses.
- EagleBank Arena – EagleBank Arena is a 10,000-seat mixed-use venue located on the Fairfax Campus built in 1985. The only facility of its kind in Northern Virginia, EagleBank Arena has evolved from a home for Mason basketball and commencements to a functional university and community assembly space. Each year, EagleBank Arena welcomes popular musicians and other concert events, family entertainment such as craft and bridal fairs, and local community high school graduation ceremonies. The Arena holds approximately 140 events each year, generating over 525,000 tickets. EagleBank Arena is operated by Mason’s third-party partner, Monumental Sports & Entertainment. A five-year renewal of the existing contract with Monumental occurred in fall 2018.
- Independent Retail Operations – Independent Retail Operations include third party contractors providing on-campus services. These include Apple FCU, Argo Tea, B&N Bookstore (including Patriot Tech), Chipotle, Panda Express, Panera Bread, UPS, and WingZone. Each contract is separately negotiated and typically includes both a base rent and a percentage commission over certain revenue targets.
- Mason Card Office – Mason Card Ofﬁce manages the Campus ID and access program, Mason Money system, and the Mason Merchants off-campus program, where more than 25 local merchants accept Mason Money funds. The Mason Card Office issues and manages over 50,000 Photo ID cards.
- Mail Services – Mail Services provides a service for students and the Mason community to purchase stamps and packaging materials, as well as to send packages. Over 3.6 million pieces of mail and 75,000 student packages are handled annually. Students receive packages in smart mailboxes through a text on their phone that a package is available with a locker number and one-time access code. Canon USA has managed Mail Services since 2017.
- Print Services – Print Services is managed by Canon USA and supports academic, administrative, and student imaging needs with full-service print centers on three campuses, the administrative copier fleet, and pay-for-print devices.
- Student Centers – The Student Centers operation integrates all aspects of campus life by providing support services management to the Johnson Center, Student Union I (SUB I), and The Hub. In addition to providing meeting and dining space, Student Centers’ operation offers program and support services to students, faculty, and staff. Student Centers supported 20,435 events in FY 2018. Over the past several years, the division increased its event support in response to increased campus activities. Millions have visited the Johnson Center facility since its opening in 1995. With nearly four million annual visitors, the Johnson Center remains the busiest building on campus and continues to serve as the “living room” of the university.
- Camps – Programs, Events, and Camps Serving Minors serves as a resource for internal and external organizations seeking to host events involving minors. It focuses on background checks and insurance requirements, and also serves as a clearinghouse for any event involving minors held at Mason.
- ShopMason – The shopMason brand and website promote all Auxiliary Enterprises services through one website and marketing program. By centralizing marketing, shopMason aims to connect the wide range of goods and services that are offered through units of Auxiliary Enterprises, cross-promote them to the Mason community, and promote special offers and featured events. There are more than 6,000 shopMason social media followers, over 20,000 website visitors annually, and more than 10,000 email newsletter recipients.
As Virginia’s largest public university, George Mason University is setting the gold standard for the modern public university. Its dynamic culture and innovative academic programs prepare Mason’s hard-working students for 21st Century careers. Its commitment to teaching excellence combines with cutting-edge research that enriches the academic experience and is changing the world. George Mason is affordable, yet offers high value. Ideally located in the National Capital region, the university provides students with opportunities to enjoy terrific cultural experiences and access to the most sought-after internships and employers in the country.
George Mason, for whom the university is named, was one of the greatest of the founding fathers of the United States. Mason drafted the Virginia Declaration of Rights, which became a model for the first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution, known as the Bill of Rights. Perhaps the most well-known landmark on the Fairfax Campus, the George Mason Bronze is located between the Johnson Center and the Performing Arts Building. Created by internationally known artist Wendy M. Ross, it is the first three-dimensional portrait of George Mason in the United States. The statue is a constant reminder of the ideals most important to both the man and the university: freedom and learning.
The university is known for its strong undergraduate and graduate degree programs in engineering and information technology, dance, organizational psychology, and health care. Mason students are routinely recognized with national and international scholarships. Enrollment is more than 37,000, with students studying in 177 degree programs at the undergraduate, master’s, doctoral, and professional levels. Mason professors conduct groundbreaking research in areas such as cancer, climate change, information technology, and the biosciences, and Mason’s Center for the Arts brings world-renowned artists, musicians, and actors to its stage.
Mason is a distributed university with campuses in Fairfax, Arlington, and Prince William counties. In addition to these three campuses, George Mason operates a campus in Songdo, South Korea, a site in Loudoun County, and has partnered with the Smithsonian Institute to offer a Global Conservation Studies Program at the Conservation and Research Center in Front Royal. The university also offers programs online and at the Center for Innovative Technology in Herndon. Each location has a distinctive academic focus that plays a critical role in the economy of its region.
Less than 20 miles outside our nation’s capital, the city of Fairfax has played an important role throughout the history of the Commonwealth of Virginia and the nation. The city’s size of 6.3 square miles and 23,000 residents gives the Fairfax community the feel of a small town, while providing all the amenities of living in a large metropolitan area.
The city enjoys a vibrant and historical downtown, strong business and residential communities, and an exciting variety of arts, cultural, and recreational opportunities unparalleled in the Washington, D.C. area. George Mason University is an integral member of the Fairfax community.
Over the past several years, Fairfax has been recognized for three significant achievements in local government:
- Forbes magazine ranked the city of Fairfax one of the top three best places to live in the United States for a community of its size.
- Achieved AAA bond status—the highest credit rating attainable, citing the city’s budget management, strong reserves, and conservative fiscal management.
- The National Recreation and Parks Association awarded the city of Fairfax a gold medal at its National Congress. Only four jurisdictions have won this award in Virginia since its inception in 1965.
The city of Fairfax has also experienced tremendous progress over the past decade. It has invested in a new community center, new public library, a renovated and expanded city hall, new police station, four public schools, and purchased an additional 56 acres of open space. All of these, combined with an unprecedented private sector interest in the historic downtown and the redevelopment of Fairfax Boulevard, make this one of the most exciting times in the city’s history.
To learn more about Fairfax, VA, visit http://www.fxva.com/.
The Mason idea—our core institutional characteristics
- Innovative – we question current thinking and try new ideas. We honor time-tested academic principles while striving to create new forms of education that serve our students better and new paths of research that can uncover solutions to the world’s greatest challenges.
- Diverse – we bring together a multitude of people and ideas in everything that we do. Our culture of inclusion, our multidisciplinary approach, and our global perspective, make us more effective educators and scholars.
- Entrepreneurial – we put ideas into action. We educate students to create as well as carry out jobs; become agents of positive change; and add value through government or business, for profit or nonprofit organizations, academia, or the arts. We pursue discoveries that can make a difference in the world. We help our community thrive socially, economically, and culturally.
- Accessible – we are an open and welcoming community. We partner with public and private organizations in our region and around the world. We proactively engage with our community. We define our success by how many talented students with potential we serve, not how many we leave out.
A public, comprehensive, research university established by the Commonwealth of Virginia in the National Capital Region, we are an innovative and inclusive academic community committed to creating a more just, free, and prosperous world.
- Our Students Come First – our top priority is to provide students with a transformational learning experience that helps them grow as individuals, scholars, and professionals.
- Diversity Is Our Strength – we include and embrace a multitude of people and ideas in everything we do and respect differences.
- Innovation Is Our Tradition – we strive to find new and better ways to deliver on our mission while honoring time-tested academic values.
- We Honor Freedom of Thought and Expression – we protect the freedom of all members of our community to seek truth and express their views.
- We Are Careful Stewards – we manage the economic and natural resources entrusted to us efficiently and sustainably.
- We Act with Integrity – we hold ourselves to the highest ethical standards as educators, scholars, students, and professionals.
- We Thrive Together – we nurture a positive and collaborative environment that contributes to the well-being and success of every member.
Our Commitments – areas that will drive George Mason University’s attention, innovation, and investments over the next decade
- Innovative Learning: we will apply new and emerging learning technologies, environments, and methods to improve learning effectiveness and student completion, and to better serve the evolving needs of students, working professionals, and public, private, and nonprofit organizations.
- Research of Consequence: we will expand research as a central element of our mission; we will work to translate our discoveries into interventions and applications with social, cultural, and economic impact.
- Economic and Cultural Engine: we will act as a catalyst for the economic and cultural vibrancy of our region, as a growing source of talent in high-demand disciplines, as an incubator of business and social enterprises, as a hub of life-long learning, arts and athletics, and as a research and learning partner for public, private, and nonprofit organizations.
- Engagement with the World: we will prepare our students to thrive in a global context by infusing global awareness, citizenship values, and learning opportunities across all fields; and we will partner with other organizations in solving global problems where our impact will be highest.
- Sound Investment: we will be a valuable investment for our students, taxpayers, and donors by focusing on outcomes, operational efficiency, and affordability. Specifically, we will expand the number of graduates, the career opportunities for our graduates, the impact of our research, and the value we provide to our community; we will be sensitive to trends in household income in our region in making decisions about tuition and financial aid.
- Enriching Work Environment: we will invest in recruiting, retaining, and developing talented and diverse faculty and academic and professional staff. We will create a vibrant campus life in which all members can grow and thrive.
- Foundation for the Future: we will aggressively seek additional sources of funding through higher levels of philanthropy, expanded online certificate and executive programs, research grants, and the commercialization of intellectual property. We will also increase our engagement with our alumni, strengthen the Mason brand nationally and internationally, and effectively communicate Mason’s value to stakeholders throughout Virginia and the National Capital Region.
Ángel Cabrera, President
Ángel Cabrera is in his seventh year as president of George Mason University. Before becoming Mason’s sixth president in 2012, Cabrera served as dean of IE Business School in Madrid and as president of Thunderbird School of Global Management (now part of Arizona State University). Cabrera is the first native of Spain to have served as president of an American university.
As a business educator, Cabrera played a key role in advancing professional ethics, internationalization, and corporate social responsibility. As a senior advisor to the United Nations Global Compact, in 2007 he was the lead author of the Principles for Responsible Management Education, now adopted by more than 700 schools around the world.
The World Economic Forum named Cabrera a “Global Leader for Tomorrow” in 2002, a “Young Global Leader” in 2005, and chair of the Global Agenda Council for entrepreneurship in 2008. In 2004, Businessweek named him one of 25 “Stars of Europe.” Cabrera was an Aspen Institute Henry Crown Fellow in 2008 and a Clinton Global Initiative annual meeting topic leader in 2010.
Cabrera holds a telecommunications engineering degree from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (BS and MS in computer and electrical engineering) and an MS and PhD in psychology and cognitive science from Georgia Tech, which he attended as a Fulbright Scholar.
In 2014, Cabrera received an honorary degree from Miami-Dade College, and in 2018, he received an honorary doctorate from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. The Carnegie Corporation of New York named Cabrera to its 2017 class of “Great Immigrants.”
Carol Kissal, Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration
Carol Kissal was named Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration in January 2019 and officially begins on March 1, taking over from interim Senior Vice President Tom Calhoun.
Kissal has been vice president of finance and chief financial officer at Emory University since 2014. In that role she was responsible for reporting financial and accounting operations for Emory University and Emory Healthcare, a $5.5 billion enterprise portfolio. She also successfully developed and implemented multiple financial strategies, which underpinned growth through increased investments and the university’s strategic plan initiatives.
Prior to her time at Emory, Kissal spent six years as deputy general manager of administration and chief financial officer at the Washington Metropolitan Transit Authority, where she was responsible for developing, managing, and implementing an annual $2.6 billion financial operating and capital plan.
Earlier in her career, Kissal was treasurer of Amtrak, where she managed debt and investment portfolios and helped secure more than $2.2 billion in capital improvements. She also served as deputy director of the District Department of Transportation in Washington, D.C.
With an MBA from Pace University, Kissal currently serves on the boards of EGL Inc. (Euro-fin Genetics Lab), Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta, Emory Saint Joseph’s Inc., and Dining for Women in Greenville, South Carolina.
The Academic Program
Mason offers 81 undergraduate degrees, 88 master’s degrees, and a law degree at its Fairfax, Arlington, Prince William, and Loudoun County campuses.
Mason also offers a variety of study abroad options through its Center for Global Education.
The student-faculty ratio is 16:1, and the average class size ranges from 25 to 35 students.
Admission to the Honors College is based on a holistic review of each student’s academic performance as well as any other information included in the general application, such as rigor of coursework, standardized test scores, class rank, essay response, teacher recommendations, outstanding leadership, and commitment to community service. Admission to the Honors College requires an application and is open to both freshmen and transfer students.
Approximately 20 students each year are named University Scholars, Mason’s highest academic distinction, which includes a full-tuition scholarship.
The 3+3 Accelerated Program offers highly motivated George Mason University undergraduate students a fast track to earn both a bachelor’s degree and a law degree in six, rather than seven, years of study.
The Student Body
2018 – 2019 Facts and Figures
New Undergrad, Degree-Seeking Fall 2017
First-Time Freshmen 3,711
New Transfers 3,006
First Generation Students Fall 2017
First-Time Freshmen 21%
Undergraduate Degree-Seeking 36%
Students Living On Campus Fall 2017
Degree-Seeking Undergraduates 5,772
Graduate Students 150
Other Students 199
Students Fall 2018 Enrollment
Total Enrollment (Including Mason Korea) 37,677
Total Enrollment (U.S. Campus Only) 37,316
Full-time Instructional Faculty Headcount 1,345
Full-time Research Faculty Headcount 159
Part-time Faculty FTE 410.5
Benefits provided to employees at George Mason University include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Medical and Dental Benefits
- Flexible Spending Accounts
- Employee Assistance Programs
- Life, Long-Term Care, and Disability Insurance
- Maternity/Paternity Leave
- Employee Tuition Waiver
- Disability, Sick, Family, and Medical Leave
- Retirement Plans
For more information: http://hr.gmu.edu/benefits/.
Application and Nomination
Review of applications will begin March 29, 2019, and continue until the position is filled. To apply for this position please click on the Apply button, complete the brief application process, and upload your resume and position-specific cover letter. Nominations for this position may be emailed to Mark Hall at email@example.com. Applicants needing reasonable accommodation to participate in the application process should contact Spelman Johnson at 413-529-2895.
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George Mason University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, committed to promoting inclusion and equity in its community. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.