The Opportunity

Founded in 1853, Washington University (WashU) is nationally and internationally renowned for teaching and learning, patient care, research, and service to society. Washington University invests in the highest quality of both undergraduate and graduate education and has established distinctive programs in the life sciences; a strong arts and sciences core; a rich collection of professional schools spanning architecture and the arts, business, engineering, law, and social work; innovative, interdisciplinary graduate programs; and a top-ranked, thriving academic medical enterprise. Today, the University has 7,858 undergraduate students, 8,433 graduate students, 4,151 faculty, and 16,323 employees. Washington University belongs to a small class of elite universities characterized by a deep commitment to excellence in education and research. The School of Medicine is an essential piece of the academic success and culture of excellence. The School of Medicine accounts for ten percent of the student population; sixty percent of the faculty, seventy percent of the staff, seventy-five percent of the revenues, and eighty-five percent of sponsored research.

The Position

Role of the Chief of Campus Police for Washington University in St. Louis

Reporting to the executive vice chancellor and chief administrative officer, the chief of campus police is responsible for the operations of the Washington University Police Department (WUPD), which provides law enforcement, crime prevention, and education services related to safety and security on and off-campus. The chief provides leadership and supervision to 67 sworn and civilian employees and is responsible for the department’s annual budget preparation and financial management. The chief will interact daily with students, faculty, staff, administrators, parents, and law enforcement agencies in the St. Louis region and represent WUPD in meetings with neighborhood leaders and other constituencies. Additionally, the chief serves as an active member of the University’s Crisis Management Team and the Care Committee. The chief is expected to provide daily law enforcement related updates to key university administrators.

History of the Position

The past chief served WUPD for 15 years before beginning his service as the chief in 2016. After five years as chief, he retired in November 2021. An interim has been named as the institution conducts a national search to find their new chief of campus police.

Opportunities and Challenges of the Role

Institutional stakeholders shared that in transitioning to WashU, the chief will, among other goals and responsibilities, encounter the opportunities, priorities, and challenges listed below.

  • The campus borders or shares space with four different police agencies where many students reside. The new chief must have a demonstrated record of working with local agencies sharing knowledge and resources. These are critical relationships for WUPD and must be maintained, if not enhanced.
  • In addition to the local police departments, the bordering neighborhoods each have their own neighborhood association which the chief is expected to establish positive working relationships with each one. The chief should develop a solid strategy to navigate all neighborhood relationships.
  • WashU is a large, professional agency with talented, committed officers and staff eager to work with new leadership and make positive change.
  • The chief will need to work on communication, consistency, and transparency within WUPD and the broader campus community.
  • The new chief must be aware of student activism efforts and have a vision to positively and successfully honor and work with students, faculty, and staff in exercising their right to free speech and expressions while balancing these with considerations for the safety of the entire campus.
  • A disconnect between command staff and the patrol officers must be addressed to enhance morale.
  • The chief should establish a clear message with objectives and expectations for the entire WUPD.
  • It is expected that the chief will continue to educate the WashU community on the services and initiatives of the department, sharing when things go well.
  • The WUPD should be fully integrated into all aspects of campus life.
  • The WUPD needs a brand that distinguishes them from other local departments and demonstrates the respect and appreciation the WUPD has for the entire Institution.
  • The chief should continue efforts to recruit, train, and retain exceptional staff that is diverse, well-qualified, and genuinely interested in serving the campus community.
  • The work of the incoming chief will need to be focused on increasing the trust of the varied and diverse institutional stakeholders in WUPD.

Measures of Success

At an appropriate interval after joining WashU, the items listed below will define success for the chief.

  • The chief has gained the trust of the WashU community by being involved, visible, transparent, and engaged in all aspects of campus life and has actively encouraged his officers to do the same.
  • The chief has built a solid communication and engagement system with students; students feel heard and valued.
  • The chief and the WUPD have established strong relationships with key stakeholders across campus to elevate the collaborative work around public safety.
  • The department operates with a high level of professionalism, accountability, transparency, and competence with an ethos of compassion and empathy.
  • The chief has identified relevant benchmarks based on national best practices and implemented appropriate assessment strategies.
  • A solid, shared vision for safety and crime prevention exists throughout the University and neighboring communities; students feel safe.
  • The chief has expanded the use of technology while fully explaining why and how any data collected through this technology is used.
  • The morale within the department is strong, and all officers and staff members feel supported, valued, and appreciated by the campus community.
  • The chief has formed meaningful working relationships with local and regional law enforcement agencies, first-responders, community/neighborhood associations, and partners
  • WUPD is fully integrated into the WashU community in the most positive way, and the students, administration, and campus community have confidence in the department’s abilities.
  • Through consistent, confident leadership, the chief is readily regarded as an active partner in supporting the institution’s educational mission.
  • The chief has clearly outlined and articulated a vision, goals, and expectations for the department.


Qualifications and Characteristics

The successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in law enforcement or a related field from an accredited institution with a minimum of eight years of experience in law enforcement supervision. Completion of advanced training such as the FBI National Academy and previous service in a college or university police department or in a community with a significant higher education institution are preferred attributes. In addition, the next chief will have strong leadership skills, excellent interpersonal skills, including oral and written communication, the ability to function under significant pressure or in times of crisis, and proficiency to receive and maintain confidential information. It is critical for the chief to have experience in understanding and addressing the interests and needs within a highly diverse, decentralized environment, including demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with students, staff, and faculty and the capacity to inspire confidence and trust. Further, the chief will have experience with building strong partnerships with local and state law enforcement agencies and other service providers who have direct engagement with the campus. With direct supervision of the department administrator/accreditation manager and three lieutenants and indirect supervision of 50 sworn and civilian personnel, the chief is also responsible for working in and creating a team environment and managing an annual budget of approximately $4 million. The successful candidate must be eligible to be POST certified by the State of Missouri.

Additionally, the characteristics and attributes listed below were identified by various stakeholders at WashU when considering the position of chief of campus police.

  • culturally competent, with a genuine appreciation for diversity, equity, and inclusion with demonstrated experience effectively working with and positively engaging a diverse student population
  • an authentic communicator who consistently works to understand the students and campus community stakeholders varied interests, needs, and concerns and how these relate to the work of campus safety
  • genuine willingness to work with and for students by actively engaging students in community policing practices, continual open communications, positive daily interactions, and responsiveness to needs and concerns
  • experience successfully managing significant events, protests, and athletic competitions
  • understanding and appreciation for a student-centered, service-oriented environment and ability to fully comprehend the integral role the department plays within the campus community
  • true team player with a high level of professional ethics and personal integrity
  • strong supervisor capable of both challenging and appreciating individuals while effectively working to professionalize the department and hold all staff accountable
  • a genuine passion for the university environment with an ability to build strong rapport and working relationships with students, faculty, and staff
  • demonstrated commitment to being consistent, fair, accessible, and accountable
  • maintain a high degree of visibility and engagement throughout the campus and surrounding community
  • committed to the collection and use of data to inform all decisions
  • ability to effectively foster strong partnerships with local, regional, and national law enforcement and first-responders agencies, as well as all neighborhood associations
  • embrace an educational philosophy for the entire department, ensuring that officers understand their role as educators within the campus community
  • ability to invest the time to truly get to know the staff and advocate on their behalf, ensuring their needs/concerns are adequately addressed
  • highly committed to both professional and personal growth and development as a manager, leader, and public safety expert; deeply committed to the professional development and training of staff
  • transformative, innovative, and collaborative leader with a readiness to try new ideas, approaches, and technologies
  • experience creating a unified vision, mission, and strategic plan to move a department in a positive direction
  • demonstrated complex change management experience; capable of both initiating and managing change while ensuring that all stakeholders have been appropriately included in conversations and decisions
  • possess a genuinely inclusive leadership style that is confident, approachable, motivational, and transparent, with the ability to be firm, clear, and direct with staff
  • have an in-depth understanding of applicable laws, risk management, safety and security procedures, policies, and protocols necessary to inform an immediate and correct response to situations
  • ability to build a strong, empowered team with positive morale throughout the department
  • project a high degree of energy and enthusiasm for the work
  • expertise in related compliance requirements and best practices, including Clery Act, responses to alcohol/drug issues, bias incidents and hate crimes, etc.

Institution & Location

Overview of the Washington University Police Department

The WUPD provides law enforcement services on the Danforth Campus 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Officers patrol the campus on foot, on bicycles, and in cars. The staff of 67 includes 47 deputized officers and 20 professional staff who have been trained in accordance with county and state requirements at the St. Louis County Police Academy. WUPD officers have received the same training as their counterparts in both St. Louis City and St. Louis County, meeting state requirements for police certification. Officers have the authority to enforce state and local laws and university policies. They are armed and authorized to make arrests, investigate criminal and noncriminal incidents, and cooperate in the criminal justice process. On campus, WUPD officers possess the same authority as do St. Louis County police officers.

The university’s Danforth Campus is geographically located in four different police venues. Although the primary venue is unincorporated St. Louis County, buildings are also located in St. Louis City, University City, and Clayton; WUPD maintains liaison with these venues through contacts with the police departments. While there is no written Memorandum of Understanding between the University and any local law enforcement agencies regarding the investigation of alleged crimes, St. Louis City, University City, and Clayton police departments often provide the WUPD with reports of incidents occurring in their respective venues. In addition, the WUPD maintains close liaison with other police departments through membership in police associations at the county, state, and national levels.


“The mission of the Washington University Police Department is to work in partnership with our campus community to cultivate a safe learning environment by providing high-quality police service to all in a fair, sensitive and professional manner while promoting crime prevention awareness.”


The Washington University Police Department will serve as the standard of excellence in higher education policing.

“We achieve this vision through the selection and development of exceptional personnel coupled with the utilization of emerging technologies and effective strategies to safeguard our community.”

Core Values

  • Integrity
  • Community Collaboration
  • Accountability
  • Proactive
  • Education

Police Services

  • Bear Patrol – Through a Washington University in St. Louis work-study program, students can become members of the Danforth Campus Bear Patrol.
  • Bike Registration
  • Crime Prevention Programs
  • Fingerprinting Services
  • Laptop Security
  • Lost & Found
  • Missing Student Notification
  • Personal Safety
  • Report a Crime
  • Self-Defense – WUPD provides several instructional self-defense programs that inform and coach members of the WashU community on effective techniques to avoid and deter instances of sexual assault.
  • Sexual Assault & Survivor Support
  • STOP Tags – WUPD partnered with STOP (Security Tracking of Office Property) to provide a low-cost option that deters the theft of computers or other valuables and identifies ownership when lost/stolen items are recovered.
  • Whistle Program – WUPD offers students, faculty, and staff a free metal whistle for personal safety.

Institutional Overview

Washington University in St. Louis is a global leader in higher education that offers student-centered educational excellence within a world-class research-intensive university. The University has a well-established, top-ranked medical school anchoring a thriving academic medical enterprise and distinctive programs in the life sciences; a strong arts and sciences core; a rich collection of professional schools spanning architecture and the arts, business, engineering, law, and social work; and a number of innovative, interdisciplinary graduate programs. Washington University in St. Louis has over 16,000 undergraduate and graduate/professional students. The University has 4,151 full- and part-time faculty members and almost three-quarters of a billion dollars in annual research expenditures. Founded in 1853, the University is an independent, Research 1 institution. The University’s undergraduate program is currently ranked 16th overall by U.S. News and World Report and sixteenth in admissions selectivity, and the School of Medicine is number 4 nationally in NIH funding. Washington University attracts students and faculty from all 50 states and more than 100 countries.

Washington University belongs to a small class of elite universities characterized by a deep commitment to excellence in education, as well as in research and scholarship. Over the last two decades, the University has invested significantly in its undergraduate enterprise, constructing new residence halls, academic buildings, and a university center, as well as expanding student services and maintaining its strong commitment to personalized attention and small class size. The University is organized into seven academic units: the McKelvey School of Engineering, the School of Medicine, the Olin Business School, the Brown School of Social Work, the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, the School of Law, and Arts & Sciences. The University has just completed a capital campaign that surpassed $3.3 billion and is in the early stages of planning strategy for the next ten years. The University’s endowment stands currently at $8.1 billion. Total sponsored research in FY2018 was $711.8 million, including $522.7 million in federal contracts and grants. In 2020, the University concluded the most significant capital project in recent history: the transformation of the east end of the Danforth campus. This project included eight major components — three new academic buildings, an expansion of the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, two new multi-use facilities, an underground parking garage, and the expansive new Ann and Andrew Tisch Park. The east end transformation of the Danforth campus has furthered the University’s mission and values, setting the course for the next era of academic excellence and service to society.

Washington University’s FY2020 operating revenues were $3.75 billion, and its operating expenses were $3.56 billion. The University’s strong operating results are comprised of $1.63 billion in patient care and affiliated hospital revenues, $661 million in research, $452 million in net tuition and fees, and endowment spending of $362 million. The medical school accounts for over 70 percent of the University’s revenues through its strong patent care and research. The University’s largest expenditure is compensation which makes up 60 percent of total expenditures. As of June 30, 2020, the market value of the University’s endowment was $8.5 billion, a number that has risen steadily with successful capital campaigns and investments. Two large recent investments made by Washington University, the east end transformation, and a campus-wide technology upgrade, will draw on funding sources required to support the projects between 2021 and 2025. In addition, construction began in March 2020 on what will be one of the largest neuroscience research buildings in the country when it opens in 2023, a project that will be supported by medical school revenues.

Washington University in St. Louis’ mission is to discover and disseminate knowledge and protect the freedom of inquiry through research, teaching, and learning. The University creates an environment to encourage and support an ethos of wide-ranging exploration. Washington University’s faculty and staff strive to enhance the lives and livelihoods of students, the people of the greater St. Louis community, the country, and the world. Unusual among major American universities, Washington University was not established with a financial endowment, nor the backing of a single religious organization, individual wealthy patron, nor earmarked government support, but rather by a collaboration of empowered and diverse citizens. That spirit of collaboration, independence, and dedication to the mission of pursuit of knowledge and service for its own merits still characterizes Washington University today.

Washington University is in the process of launching a detailed strategic planning process which will culminate in a decadal roadmap for the institution. Faculty development and diversity, equity, and inclusion are fundamental to the strategic plan.

A Commitment to Racial Equity. A Community United.

Washington University is committed to listening, engaging, and mission-oriented action that makes the University and St. Louis a beacon of justice to the world.  Strategic, targeted investments support and advance diversity, equity, and inclusion across the University. Several initiatives are underway to empower the university community members and drive change. Washington University is actively building a framework for change and progress in advancing diversity and inclusion and has committed to a set of concrete actions geared toward addressing systemic racism and its toll on Black communities, including its Supplier Diversity Initiative to identify viable opportunities for qualified diverse enterprises and help to sustain their long-term success.

The Chancellor’s WashU Commitment supports the equitable redevelopment of St. Louis neighborhoods affected by decades of systemic disinvestment. In his 2019 inaugural address, Chancellor Andrew Martin announced the WashU Pledge that low-income students from Missouri and Southern Illinois will be able to attend Washington University free starting with the 2020–2021 school year. The University hopes students will remain in the area following graduation and contribute to the local economy.

In addition, WashU is redoubling its efforts to support every individual who studies, teaches, or works on its campuses with the resources they need to succeed, with a particular focus on Black students, faculty, and staff, as well as other underrepresented groups, to deepen capacity for supporting their success.

Institutional background/history

In 1853, prominent St. Louis merchant Wayman Crow and his pastor, William Greenleaf Eliot Jr., concerned about the lack of institutions of higher learning in the growing midwest, led the founding of Washington University in St. Louis.

During the 1840s and 50s, waves of immigrants flooded into St. Louis, boosting the population of the young city. With these newcomers came a pressing need for education — both industrial training and basic general courses — conducted outside of regular working hours. So, the first educational step of the young Washington University was to establish an evening program on October 22, 1854. Over the succeeding decades, the continuing education program underwent many changes.

The University flourished at its location in downtown St. Louis for its first 50 years, growing from an evening program to an Institution offering a full slate of scientific, liberal arts, and classical course offerings. In time, schools of law and fine arts were added. In 1891, the school acquired the St. Louis Medical College to form a medical department, which merged with the Missouri Medical College in 1899.

Over the course of its first 150 years, Washington University in St. Louis has made remarkable progress, growing from a college educating local men and women to an internationally known research university with students and faculty from approximately 90 countries.

On the School’s 25th anniversary, it boasted 1,486 students and 87 professors. In 2009, Washington University had 6,114 undergraduate students and 3,297 professors, with over 35 percent of undergraduate students being multicultural and international students.

St. Louis, MO

As the third-largest employer in the metropolitan area, Washington University is an essential Institution for St. Louis, and the city’s prosperity is critical to Washington University. The University has provided innovative leadership, and the entire region counts on the University as a key partner for its success. To underscore the Institution’s commitment to the region, in October 2019, Chancellor Martin announced the WashU Pledge, a bold new financial aid program that provides free undergraduate education to incoming, full-time Missouri and southern Illinois students whose families earn less than $75,000 a year. Consistently ranked among the nation’s most affordable and best places to live and raise families, the St. Louis region has excellent schools. It offers many opportunities to watch or participate in a wide range of sports, recreational activities, and cultural events—adjacent to campus in Forest Park, the sixth-most visited urban park in the United States. With an area of 1,371 acres, it is almost 50 percent larger than New York City’s Central Park and is home to some of the region’s richest cultural and civic institutions, including the St. Louis Art Museum (SLAM); the St. Louis Science Center; the Missouri History Museum; the Municipal Theater Association of St. Louis (The Muny); and the St. Louis Zoo. The city provides numerous opportunities to enjoy professional sports, attend cultural events, and participate in a wide range of recreational activities, including the world-renowned St. Louis Symphony Orchestra and the St. Louis Cardinals baseball team. St. Louis is highly accessible, and there are more free, world-class attractions in the city than any place in the U.S. outside of Washington, D.C., largely due to the area’s active philanthropic community. Not far from St. Louis’ urban core are the beautiful rolling hills of the Ozark Mountain region and outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, canoeing, and spelunking in some of Missouri’s more than 6,000 caves.

Greater St. Louis is the 19th-largest metropolitan area in the United States, with a population of approximately 3 million. Thanks in large part to Washington University, other regional universities, and key Fortune 500 corporations, St. Louis is a national hub for important research and business development, especially in the fields of medicine, biotechnology, and science. The University is an active partner in growing St. Louis as an innovation and start-up hub, recently helping to create the new Cortex Innovation Community. The University’s Danforth Campus is located 7 miles west of downtown St. Louis and is surrounded by a number of vibrant neighborhoods, such as University City’s Delmar Loop and the Central West End, named one of the American Planning Association’s best neighborhoods in the country. Consistently ranked among the nation’s best places to live and raise a family, the St. Louis region offers affordable neighborhoods and high-quality schools, in addition to all the amenities of a major city.

Strategic Priorities

Washington University in St. Louis is building a better world by preparing and supporting more effective leaders with the knowledge, experience, dedication, and creativity to tackle complex problems. We are a community of people driven to meet the world’s challenges.

Beginning in early 2021, Washington University in St. Louis is launching an 18-month strategic planning process to develop a roadmap that will guide the university’s direction over the next decade. We seek to be bold, transformative, and collaborative as we consider our next steps, building upon the University’s already strong foundation.

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Andrew D. Martin, Chancellor

Andrew D. Martin was appointed Washington University’s 15th chancellor by the university’s Board of Trustees on July 14, 2018.

From 2014-2018, Martin served as dean of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts at the University of Michigan. Previously, he served in various positions at Washington University in St. Louis, including as the Charles Nagel Chair of Constitutional Law and Political Science at the School of Law, vice dean of the School of Law, founding director of the Center for Empirical Research in the Law, and chair of the Department of Political Science in Arts & Sciences. Throughout his career in higher education administration, Martin has taught courses in judicial decision-making and political methodology and mentored numerous graduate and doctoral students. In recognition of his teaching and mentorship, Martin received the Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award from the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences at Washington University in 2011 and the Distinguished Faculty Award from the Washington University Alumni Board of Governors in 2013. In 2021, he was elected to the American Academy of Arts & Sciences.

Along with numerous scholarly articles and book chapters, Martin is the author of “An Introduction to Empirical Legal Research,” which he co-authored with Lee Epstein, the Ethan A.H. Shepley Distinguished University Professor at Washington University in 2014; and “Judicial Decision-Making: A Coursebook,” which he co-authored with Barry Friedman and others in 2020. Throughout his career, Martin has received research funding from many organizations, including the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the MacArthur Foundation, the National Science Foundation, and the National Institutes of Health.

Martin earned his PhD in political science from Washington University in 1998 and his AB from the College of William & Mary in mathematics and government in 1994. He and his wife, Stephanie S. Martin, are the parents of a daughter, Olive, and together they live in St. Louis, Missouri.

Academic Programs and Faculty

WashU’s academic enterprise is driven by over 4,000 world-class faculty. The faculty have included 57 elected National Academy of Sciences and 62 American Academy of Arts and Sciences members, 30 American Law Institute members, 10 National Medal of Science recipients, four Pulitzer Prize winners, and three Poet Laureates. Twenty-five Nobel laureates have been affiliated with Washington University.

Washington University in St. Louis is a world leader in undergraduate, graduate, professional, and postdoctoral education. The University awarded more than 5,000 degrees in the 2019–2020 academic year, including 1,890 undergraduate degrees.

Six of the University’s seven schools are situated on the Danforth Campus on the west side of the large, appealing, open Forest Park, initially designed for the World’s Fair of 1904:

  • Arts & Sciences

The School of Arts & Sciences is the heart of Washington University and comprises the core disciplines of the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. With departments of international renown, the mission of Arts & Sciences is to be a leading center for teaching, learning, and research, extending the reach and effect of a liberal arts education while promoting excellence in scholarship and research.

  • Brown School

The Brown School is committed to creating new knowledge to counter the effects of systemic oppression and racism, to build a more just and equitable world. Over the years, the school has prospered and grown to become one of the top-ranked schools of social work in the nation, focused on evidence-based scholarship and impact. In 2008, it added a Master of Public Health degree, and in 2015, a PhD in Public Health Sciences.

  • McKelvey School of Engineering

The McKelvey School of Engineering mission is to promote independent inquiry in engineering research and education with an emphasis on scientific excellence, innovation, and collaboration without boundaries, producing new knowledge that changes the world while educating students to explore and create in a world we cannot yet imagine. Through research and education it is making a positive impact on the local community, the country, and the world.

  • Olin Business School

The Olin Business School is deeply committed to harnessing the power of the possible to change the world for good by challenging students to look to the future—and beyond the bottom line. The school is recognized for cultivating a global mindedness coupled with experiential learning and analytical rigor that prepares students to tackle the most significant challenges of our day through an entrepreneurial spirit.

  • Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts

The Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis is a leader in architecture, art, and design education. The school is advancing the fields through innovative research and creative practice, excellence in teaching, a world-class university art museum, and a deep commitment to addressing our time’s social and environmental challenges.

  • School of Law

The School of Law’s mission is to equip students with knowledge and skills to ethically and effectively practice law and pursue justice in a dynamic and globally interconnected legal environment. The school is well known for its cultivation of students through advancements in technology, international relations, and diversified coursework.

Washington University faculty, students, and staff collaborate across disciplines and schools to address national and global imperatives in energy, environment security, and health and economic prosperity. Washington University’s faculty, staff, and students advance the application of research discoveries to clinical care through multidisciplinary collaborations. The School of Medicine is one of the largest recipients of funding for research and training from the National Institutes of Health, with the majority of the funds awarded for research in cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, infectious disease, immunology, and genomics with additional strengths in clinical research, imaging sciences, metabolic diseases (including diabetes and obesity), organ transplantation, populations health, and rare genetic diseases.

The Student Body

More than 16,000 students enrolled at Washington University in 2020 from more than 100 countries and all 50 states. Today, WashU is one of the most selective undergraduate institutions in the country: its undergraduate program is ranked 16th in the nation by U.S. News and World Report. More than 33,000 students applied for the entering first-year class. The applicant pool is strong in both number and academic quality, with average SAT scores over 1500 for the enrolling classes over the last ten years. The six-year graduation rate is 95%. Of the University’s more than 7,000 full-time undergraduates, about 90% are from out of state, 80% pursue multiple majors or minors, and 40% typically study abroad.

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Benefits Overview

Benefits Overview

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  • Prescription Drugs
  • Long-Term Care
  • Vision Insurance
  • Savings Accounts
  • Flexible Spending
  • Health Savings
  • Retirement Medical Savings
  • Dental Insurance
  • Life and AD&D Insurance
  • Long-Term Disability

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Application & Nomination

Application and Nomination

Review of applications will begin immediately 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 Heather J. Larabee at Applicants needing reasonable accommodation to participate in the application process should contact Spelman Johnson at 413-529-2895.

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