The Opportunity

Salisbury University is seeking an innovative and visionary leader and strong clinician to serve as the director, Counseling Center. 

Salisbury University (SU) is a premier comprehensive Maryland public university offering excellent, affordable education in undergraduate liberal arts, sciences, business, nursing, health sciences, social work, and education and applied master’s and doctoral programs. The highest purpose is to empower students with the knowledge, skills, and core values that contribute to active citizenship, gainful employment, and life-long learning in a democratic society and interdependent world.

Today, over 8,000 students from more than 30 states and 60 foreign countries study over 40 undergraduate and nearly 20 graduate degree programs on a campus with over 90 buildings and more than 200 acres. SU consistently is ranked among the top universities in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, The Princeton Review, and others. Salisbury University, a Maryland University of National Distinction, has served as a resource for the Eastern Shore and beyond since 1925.

The Position

Role of the Director, Counseling Center for Salisbury University

Reporting to the vice president of student affairs and enrollment management, the director will provide leadership to a diverse, inclusive, and collaborative University Counseling Center through the oversight of all operational, administrative, personnel, budgetary, planning, and assessment activities. With a focus on prevention, education, treatment, and care, the Counseling Center’s mission is to make a positive impact on the mental health, well-being, and academic success of all students through services that promote resiliency, capacity building, and optimal student development and growth. 

The director will provide leadership, vision, financial management, policy formation, and assessment and strategic planning to enhance the delivery of comprehensive mental health initiatives and psychological services. In addition, the director serves as a primary point of contact on issues that pertain to student emotional health including referrals, crisis intervention and emergency response, triage of services, community partnerships, and linkages across campus. The director supervises all clinical, psychological, and outreach services with a strong understanding of and commitment to serving a diverse student population. The successful candidate must be dedicated to reducing barriers to care that exist for communities of color, the LGBTQ community, and other marginalized groups.

History of the Position 

The Counseling Center is being led in an interim capacity by Nikki Dyer, LCSW-C, the current assistant director of the Counseling Center. The previous director served in the role for just over a year, leaving in early spring 2021. Since that time the vice president for student affairs, Dr. Dane Foust, has formed a university task force comprised of key stakeholders from across campus to evaluate and make recommendations related to the Counseling Center with a focus on staffing, compensation, licensure and credentials, treatment modality, scope of services, internal and external partnerships, accreditation, outsourcing, fees, and vision, mission, and supporting objectives. 

Opportunities and Challenges of the Role

The new director will encounter the opportunities, priorities, and challenges listed below.

  • Salisbury is a very relational campus community. Upon arrival, the new director should intentionally spend time connecting with key campus colleagues, student leaders, other student affairs offices, academic partners, and senior leaders at the institution to rebuild the relationships that are critical to success in this leadership role.
  • The center’s staff is highly dedicated to serving Salisbury and excited for this new director to bring fresh ideas, new energy, and vision to the center. As two counselor positions join the team, there is an opportunity to engage in comprehensive staff development and supervision with greater role clarity. The next director should seek out ways to engage the staff in the greater community. 
  • The new director should establish clinical supervision, training opportunities, and regularly scheduled meetings with individual staff members and the entire center as appropriate to support a positive culture conducive to innovation and continuous improvement.
  • The new director should establish clearly articulated Counseling Center mission, vision, and strategic priorities that are broadly communicated and understood that includes a strategy for comprehensive mental health services including outreach, training, support, community support, and crisis response and are inclusive and accessible and establishes clarity around clinical expectations.
  • The new director should explore meaningful ways to address and serve a multi-faceted, highly diverse student population.
  • The new director should review and establish policies and protocols to ensure all are up to date, in line with national best practices, and consistent with campus culture, mission, and practice.
  • The new director should assess and enhance the service referral process, creating effective, efficient, and inclusive systems for service access.
  • The new director should explore new approaches to expand and optimize service capabilities to address growing accessibility and inclusivity needs, including the continued future use of telehealth technology and the associated ethics, legalities, and practicalities.
  • The new director should balance the clinical demands with administrative, programming, and engagement responsibilities of this position with multi-faceted institutional expectations.
  • The new director should support healthy ways to communicate and advocate for students within the confines of professional restrictions.
  • The new director should earn the respect of the campus community through accessibility, visibility, and honest, open communication.
  • The new director should support an exemplary team through the creation of a culture of honest information sharing, and communication, boundary-setting, self-care, and genuine respect for others and their work.

Measures of Success

At an appropriate interval after joining Salisbury University, the following items will initially define success for the director:

  • established bridges to all academic deans and program directors, as well as key stakeholders within the campus and Salisbury community, including the local hospitals and mental health agencies;
  • worked to ensure that all students are being appropriately served by the center;
  • provided new energy to the office with innovative ideas and positive change;
  • improved awareness of the center’s services and educated the campus on the many ways the center serves the students;
  • cultivated a positive reputation of the center and its training and outreach programs;
  • developed a comprehensive vision for the center with attainable goals and proper policies and procedures aligned with that vision and student affairs’ mission;
  • helped the Division of Student Affairs and the campus community to be more aware and understanding of mental health issues;
  • built relationships with all staff members of the center and fully embraced the culture of the center and Salisbury;
  • infused a sense of innovation and forward-thinking into all collaborative efforts and new initiatives;
  • become a visible, credible leader on campus that is knowledgeable of current and emerging trends.

Qualifications

Qualifications and Characteristics

The successful candidate will possess a master’s degree in Counseling, Clinical Psychology, or Social Work from an accredited program and have a demonstrated track record of five or more years of practice as a mental health provider. They must be licensed or license eligible within the state of Maryland at time of hire (with the ability to secure a license within six months of start date). 

Preferred qualifications include a PhD or PsyD in Counseling, Clinical/Counseling Psychology, Social Work or related field; experience administering mental health services in a college or university counseling center or comparable mental health setting; experience with crisis intervention and emergency management in a university setting; competency with assessment and evaluation of mental health services; securing grants to support services, operations, and activities; strategic planning development, implementation, or assessment experience; and a track record for hiring multi-racial/ethnic or other diverse staff.

In addition to the above-stated qualifications and characteristics, Salisbury University stakeholders identified the following characteristics as important to the director: 

  • deep understanding of principles of diversity and social justice, with the ability to enhance equity and inclusive communities with students and staff of various social, cultural, and educational backgrounds;
  • demonstrated commitment to a strong collaborative style and capacity to build bridges to departments, faculty, students, and the community to facilitate open discussions, joint ventures, and new initiatives;
  • demonstrated leadership ability with excellent management skills and the ability to build a solid framework to effectively develop and manage a complex office;
  • embrace a holistic, community-wide approach to mental health that is a collective, institutional effort;
  • serve as an expert resource on mental health issues for the campus community
  • compassionate, accessible, transparent, ethical leader with excellent communication skills to clearly articulate vision, direction, and purpose;
  • comfortable with data collection, analysis, and data-driven decision-making and the systems and assessment measures that support these processes;
  • maintain a highly engaged relationship with students, staff, and faculty, as well as a visible profile throughout the Salisbury community;
  • a strong foundation, strong values, and strong skills around cultural competence and the ability to engage in meaningful dialogue;
  • credible, engaging, supportive, and approachable supervisor with knowledge of the responsibilities of each staff member’s position, respect for their work and contributions, and ability to advocate for their needs;
  • enthusiastic supporter of innovation and creative approaches to both enhance and grow programs and services;
  • savvy advocate with strong administrative abilities, including fiscal and budgetary skills, personnel management, and an understanding of technology and database management (Titanium);
  • experience managing telehealth mental health services;
  • aware of national issues affecting campuses and the ability to collaborate with faculty, staff, and students to work through such issues;
  • foster an environment encouraging active professional development and training for the entire staff;
  • knowledge of strategic planning, project development, and organizational change management; 
  • maintain a commitment to continual improvement and professional development by being actively engaged in professional associations and alert to evolving trends and emerging best practices;
  • strong ability to foster team building, self-care, sustainable work practices, and positive staff development experiences;
  • highly energetic with a strong sense of self and ability to appropriately infuse humor and enthusiasm into the workplace.

Institution & Location

Overview of the Salisbury University Counseling Center

The Counseling Center staff provides high-quality professional mental health services including prevention efforts, assessment and treatment of psychological problems, emotional concerns, and mental health issues of individuals and groups and aims to provide mental health promotion and education related to early problem detection and intervention, student advocacy, and effective access to services. The Counseling Center’s goals are to promote student welfare and psychological well-being, a safe and healthy campus community, and academic success. Through a graduate internship training program, the center provides quality education and supervision for master’s degree level students in social work and other counseling programs. The Counseling Center maintains accreditation by the International Accreditation of Counseling Services.

Salisbury University contracted with TimelyMD for the 2021-2022 academic year so that all Salisbury students are able to access virtual individual counseling and virtual 24/7 mental health support at no cost. Once logged in, students are offered three services.

  • Scheduled Counseling: Allows students to pick the time and date of their virtual sessions. All SU students can attend up to 12 scheduled individual sessions per academic year at no cost and without utilizing insurance.
  • TalkNow: Provides 24/7 on-demand, virtual, mental health support to talk about anything.
  • Medical: Offers on-demand or scheduled support for common physical health issues.

Diversity Statement

The Salisbury University Counseling Center strives to affirm, promote, and celebrate diversity. The staff is committed to be aware of and understand diversity in its broadest sense. The Counseling Center values the importance of diversity for all individuals. People from every background are affected by issues of culture. Multicultural effectiveness and cultural humility are therefore essential components of the work with every client.

Notably, everyone benefits from an understanding of how power, privilege, cultural identities (e.g., gender identity, race, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity, nationality, social class, and many others) and individual differences affect our daily experiences. The Counseling Center recognizes that students come to the center at various levels of comfort with these identities and therefore, make it a priority to meet students where they are. All of our lives are enhanced by a better understanding of the diverse world in which we live.

Overview of the Salisbury University Division of Student Affairs

Committed to the fulfillment of the Salisbury University mission, the Division of Student Affairs engages students in supportive communities where holistic learning and success are possible. All positions in Student Affairs share the responsibility for creating a campus community that values diversity, inclusion, and the uniqueness of others by modeling integrity, care, compassion, and respect during interactions with all members of the Salisbury community. To learn more about Student Affairs, visit http://www.salisbury.edu/students/about.html

Leadership of the division

Dr. Dane Foust, Vice President of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management

Dr. Dane Foust has worked at Salisbury University since 2006. He currently serves as the Vice President of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management. Dr. Foust serves on the President’s Cabinet along with five other senior executives. He has overseen the following areas within the University: enrollment management, dean of students office, admissions, financial aid, housing and residence life, athletics, health services, counseling services, tutoring, student activities, career services, multicultural student services, off campus services, registrar, and student conduct. During his tenure at the University has helped oversee some of the largest enrollments and the best academic profile in its history. He was also actively involved in more than $90 million dollars of housing renovations. He oversees an annual budget in excess of $20 million.

Prior to his time at Salisbury University, Dr. Foust served as dean of student affairs at Mount Aloysius College in Pennsylvania and oversaw 14 areas in student affairs. Dr. Foust also served as the dean of students on the Semester at Sea program. In 2016 Dr. Foust was awarded a Fulbright Scholar Grant to learn more about higher education systems in France and Germany. He toured Germany in summer 2018 at the invitation of the Deutsche Student Works program to learn more about the inner workings of the German higher education system.

Dr. Foust has also served as the director of residential community life at the State University of New York at Oneonta and as the associate director of residence life at Penn State.

Institutional Overview

The Salisbury University story began with a state in need. In 1921, a study showed Maryland’s existing higher education infrastructure was not adequately meeting the demand for teachers in the state’s rural areas. The next year, the Maryland Legislature sought to remedy this by founding a new “normal school” (a two-year college for elementary school teachers) in one of the state’s most rural areas: the Eastern Shore.

A commission selected a site near Salisbury, breaking ground in 1923. Under the supervision of its first president, former Salisbury High School principal Dr. William J. Holloway, the new State Normal School opened its doors on September 7, 1925, with 105 students. They learned, slept, and dined in a single building (now Holloway Hall) and even taught young students there in an early “demonstration school.”

Within a decade, the phrase “normal school” had become outdated and the campus was rechristened Maryland State Teachers College in 1934. By then, students and faculty had branched out beyond general classroom activities, having established an athletic association, school orchestra, and the Sophanes theatre club. In 1931, the two-year teaching curricula became a three-year plan, and in 1935, President Jefferson Blackwell received approval of a new four-year curriculum with an emphasis on liberal arts, offering the Bachelor of Science for the first time.

Additional academic expansion took place in 1947 and 1960, as more four-year programs were offered in the arts and sciences. In 1962, the Maryland Board of Trustees approved the offering of master’s programs. During this era, the campus also expanded physically, with the addition of the first men’s dormitory, Wicomico Hall, in 1951; a stand-alone demonstration school (later Caruthers Hall) in 1955; Blackwell Library (now Blackwell Hall) in 1957; and the College’s first gymnasium in 1961.

With its academic program having expanded beyond teacher education, the campus was renamed again in 1963, becoming Salisbury State College (SSC). In 1948, students had selected the “Golden Gulls” (often abbreviated as just “Gulls”) as the school’s mascot in a Student Government Association Contest. With the campus’ new name, the mascot also received an upgrade, borrowing the last letter in “SSC” to become the “Sea Gulls.” In 1966, it was personified by a caricature of a muscular seagull. By the 1970s, that character would go by the name Sammy Sea Gull.

That decade became a golden era for the campus, during which many programs and amenities still enjoyed today were established. These include several varsity athletics teams, the campus radio station, The Flyer student newspaper, and the SSC (now SU) Foundation, Inc. The College also continued its physical growth in the ’60s and ’70s, with additions including a new science building, Devilbiss Hall, in 1967; its first co-ed residence hall, Choptank Hall, in 1972; East Campus athletic fields in 1976; and Maggs Physical Activities Center in 1977.

The 1980s saw an emphasis on academics with a growing Honors Program and new collaborative partnerships with nearby University of Maryland Eastern Shore. A groundswell of philanthropic support bolstered those initiatives and more with the establishment of the Franklin P. Perdue School of Business in 1986, Richard A. Henson School of Science and Technology in 1988, and Charles R. and Martha N. Fulton School of Liberal Arts in 1989. The Samuel W. and Marilyn C. Seidel School of Education and Professional Studies followed in 1997.

With these new schools, SSC became more than just a college, and the name was changed once again to Salisbury State University in 1988. The field hockey team earned the campus’ first NCAA Division III team championship in 1986, paving the way for over 20 more in field hockey and men’s and women’s lacrosse through the next three decades and beyond. The 1980s and ’90s brought other opportunities to the University, as well, with the establishment of its Student Research Conference (SU also has twice hosted the National Conference on Undergraduate Research), Student Entrepreneurship Competitions, Sea Gull Century bicycle ride, Edward H. Nabb Research Center for Delmarva History and Culture, and Delmarva Public Radio; new buildings including the University Center (now Guerrieri Student Union) in 1988 and Fulton Hall in 1992; and affiliations with organizations such as the Salisbury Symphony Orchestra and Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art.

In 2001, the campus officially became known as Salisbury University. A proud member of the University System of Maryland since 1988, SU has continued to expand its academic offerings, as well as its physical footprint. This century, new buildings such as Henson Science Hall, Conway Hall, Perdue Hall, Sea Gull Square, Sea Gull Stadium, and the Patricia R. Guerrieri Academic Commons have changed Salisbury’s skyline. At the same time, new initiatives have helped make SU a national leader in sustainability and public engagement, while a focus on areas such as diversity, study abroad, and student life has opened doors for many.

In 2012, SU began its first doctoral program, the Doctor of Nursing Practice, followed by a doctorate in education in 2014. The SU Honors College was founded in 2016 and renamed the Glenda Chatham and Robert G. Clarke Honors College in 2020 in honor of its endowing benefactors. The College of Health and Human Services was created in 2018 in response to workforce needs. Today, over 8,000 students from more than 30 states and 60 foreign countries study over 40 undergraduate and nearly 20 graduate degree programs on a campus with over 90 buildings and more than 200 acres. SU consistently is ranked among the top universities in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, The Princeton Review, and others.

Since those first 105 students attended their first class in the campus’ lone building in 1925, SU has grown vastly in size, stature, and reputation. Just as it has throughout its history, however, the University continues to adapt to meet the emerging needs of its students, the community, and the state and nation as a whole.

Salisbury, MD

Salisbury University is located in the city of Salisbury, Maryland. Salisbury was founded in 1732, incorporated in 1854, and is the largest city on the Eastern Shore of Maryland and the county seat of Wicomico County.  U.S. News & World Report named Salisbury to its list of “150 Best Places to Live in the U.S.” for 2021-22, based on having a good value, strong job market and high quality of life.

Salisbury is located at the head of the Wicomico River, the navigable waterway that leads to the Chesapeake Bay. As a Chesapeake Bay maritime community, Salisbury boasts the second largest water port in Maryland. It is a central spot on the lower Eastern Shore 30 miles west of Ocean City and two hours south of Baltimore in the heart of the Delmarva Peninsula.

Salisbury University is a regionally accredited, four-year comprehensive university offering 58 distinct undergraduate and graduate degree programs. It has a gorgeous 150 acre complex that is surrounded by great attractions. In 1988 the University was declared a national arboretum which provides an attractive landscape setting, conducive to learning that boasts over 2,000 species.

Learn more about working at Salisbury University and living in the Salisbury area. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pmvr2D-0Km0  

Local area attractions include Arthur W. Perdue Stadium (home of the Delmarva Shorebirds Class A baseball), Salisbury Art Space, Poplar Hill Mansion, Chipman Cultural Center, SU’s Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, and the Salisbury Zoological Park, recognized as one of the best small zoos in America. The County has over 55 parks, 20 playgrounds, 17 pavilions, 8 boat ramps, 212 boat ships, 34 tennis courts, 32 ball fields, and 18 basketball courts. It also has over 60 restaurants, 20 shopping centers and an airport with daily flights to Philadelphia and Charlotte, NC. Life is good on the Eastern Shore!

Salisbury University has modern accommodations on campus for organizations of nearly any size desiring meetings, conferences, seminars, exhibitions, catered events, sports camps, or other programs. Whether groups need outstanding facilities for food services, housing, or just meetings, Salisbury University stands ready to serve. Customer service is the number one priority in the Office of Conference Planning!

Mission

Salisbury University is a premier comprehensive Maryland public university offering excellent, affordable education in undergraduate liberal arts, sciences, business, nursing, health sciences, social work, and education and applied master’s and doctoral programs. The University’s highest purpose is to empower students with the knowledge, skills, and core values that contribute to active citizenship, gainful employment, and life-long learning in a democratic society and interdependent world.

Salisbury University cultivates and sustains a superior learning community where students, faculty, and staff are viewed as learners, teachers/scholars, and facilitators, and where a commitment to excellence and openness to a broad array of ideas and perspectives are central to all aspects of university life. The learning community is student-centered. Students learn from professional educators in small classroom settings. Faculty and professional staff serve as academic advisors, and virtually every student has an opportunity to undertake research or experiential learning with a faculty mentor. Through privately endowed Schools and Honors College, and the College of Health and Human Services, SU fosters an environment where individuals prepare for career and life, including their social, physical, occupational, emotional, and intellectual well-being.

The University recruits exceptional and diverse faculty, staff, and undergraduate and graduate students from across Maryland and the United States and from around the world, supporting all members of the University community as they work together to achieve institutional goals and vision. Believing that learning and service are vital components of civic life, Salisbury University actively contributes to the local Eastern Shore community and the educational, economic, cultural, and social needs of Maryland and the nation.

Values

The core values of Salisbury University are excellence, student centeredness, learning, community, civic engagement, and diversity and inclusion. The University believes these values must be lived and experienced as integral to everyday campus life so that students make the connection between what they learn and how they live. The goals and objectives of the strategic, academic, facilities, and enrollment plans, as well as fiscal commitments, reflect the University’s fundamental values. In addition to these principle values, the University embraces, through its shared governance bodies, the long-honored tradition of honesty and mutual regard that is and should be a defining characteristic of higher education.

Leadership

Dr. Charles A. Wight, President

Dr. Charles Wight became the ninth president of Salisbury University in 2018. As SU’s leader, he has cultivated a student-centric campus while prioritizing college affordability, diversity and inclusion, maintaining a beautiful and sustainable campus, improving student success, and building mutually positive relationships with the community.

Under Dr. Wight’s leadership, SU has consistently been named among the best colleges in the nation by publications including U.S. News & World Report, Princeton Review, and Money magazine. He has overseen new initiatives, including the opening of the University’s Center for Equity, Justice and Inclusion, the re-establishment of SU’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion, and the relocation of the national Center for Civic Reflection to Salisbury. With the SU Foundation, he also initiated the $75 million “We Are SU” initiative, the largest fundraising campaign in the University’s history.

During Wight’s tenure, SU has earned the prestigious Carnegie Community Engagement Classification from the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. The University also has been designated as a School of National Service by the federal AmeriCorps volunteer program.

A professor of chemistry and an expert in chemical explosions, Dr. Wight also continues to demonstrate his commitment to undergraduate education by teaching a general chemistry course every fall semester.

Dr. Wight’s academic career began with his appointment as an assistant professor of chemistry at the University of Utah in 1984. He spent nearly three decades there as a faculty member then administrator, including roles as dean of the graduate school, assistant vice president of continuing education, and associate vice president of academic affairs. He assumed his first university presidency in 2013, at Weber State University in Ogden, UT, serving for five years before coming to SU.

The son of two teachers and raised in Northern Virginia, Wight earned his BS in chemistry at the University of Virginia in 1977 and his PhD at Caltech in 1982. He also served two years as a postdoctoral research associate at the University of Colorado.

His research interests focus on physical chemistry, the chemistry of explosives and propellants, and the kinetics of solid state reactions and thermal analysis. He has also been deeply involved in the development of online learning tools for general chemistry and college readiness in mathematics.

Dr. Wight is the author or co-author of more than 170 academic papers. He has continued his research throughout his time as an administrator, contributing to seven papers published in academic journals since 2013.

Dr. Wight is married to Victoria Rasmussen and is the father of three grown daughters. In his free time, he enjoys learning to play golf, hiking trails, and going to the beach.

Academic Programs and Faculty

Colleges and Schools

  • College of Health and Human Services
  • Fulton School of Liberal Arts
  • Henson School of Science & Technology
  • Perdue School of Business
  • Seidel School of Education
  • Clarke Honors College

At Salisbury University, not only do students know the professors, but the professors also know the students. With low student-to-faculty ratio, knowledgeable and friendly professors get to know who students are and what they can do and are committed to their educational journey. Professors not only make a difference in student’s academic career at school, but also in their career after graduation.

Credentials and Real-Life Experience

SU’s faculty have extensive educational experiences of their own to share. Whether it is getting their foundations from institutions like Yale and Syracuse, or their doctorates from universities like Johns Hopkins and Oxford, their backgrounds can help students excel.

  • 435 full-time faculty
  • 16 students to one professor
  • 24 average undergraduate lecture size

Student Outcomes

Salisbury University has a reputation for excellence in public higher education. Since 1925, SU has prepared students to make a difference in the lives of others across the state and the nation. At SU students receive a thoughtful education that will help them explore their passions, sharpen their talents, and expand their vision for the future. Salisbury University provides an education that works and its graduates go out into the world ready to pursue meaningful careers and build their lives with a spirit of engagement.

Spotlight on Recent SU Accolades

Fall college guidebooks and surveys are out, and Salisbury University remains highly ranked for the value it provides students and families, its academic offerings, and its “green” campus. Here are a few of the national publications that recently have lauded SU:

  • Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine’s 2019 “Best Public College Values” 
  • Money magazine’s 2020 “America’s Best Colleges”
  • The Princeton Review’s 2021 “Best 386 Colleges,” “Best Northeastern Colleges,” Top 20 College and University Libraries in the U.S. and “Green Colleges”

Destinations of Graduates

The University, along with its Career Services and Alumni Engagement offices, surveys students and recent graduates, learning valuable data about their satisfaction and successes. This is just a snapshot of outcomes for Salisbury Sea Gulls:

  • 95% are satisfied with their level of preparation for employment 
  • Student-to-Faculty Ratio is 15:1 
  • Average Class Size: 23
  • 46 Undergraduate Majors
  • 15 Master’s Programs
  • two Doctoral Programs
  • $350 Million total in new facilities opened at SU in recent years

Employment Success Locally and Nationally

Salisbury University graduates benefit from a network of over 56,000 alumni worldwide, as well as the lifelong support of the SU Alumni Association and SU Career Services. SU students go on to be teachers in classrooms, nurses in hospitals, civil servants and corporate leaders, and entrepreneurs creating jobs in communities. SU produces continuous learners who will be an integral part of the society and communities in the 21st century.

91% – of students are satisfied with their ability to experience intellectual growth

$50,000 – is the median salary of recent graduates (75th percentile for workers over age 25 with a bachelor’s degree)

70 – student winners of prestigious fellowships and scholarship in the past five years

34% – indicated that they had enrolled in additional formal education following their graduation from SU

90% – of soon-to-be graduates that had accepted a job offer prior to graduation were satisfied with the job they accepted

79% – of those seeking employment or graduate school enrollment had accepted an offer prior to graduation

92% – of those seeking employment were employed full- or part-time within one year after graduation

78% – felt SU prepared them for their current job

Benefits Overview

Benefits Overview

  • Health Insurance
  • Prescription Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Retirement Plans
  • Tuition Remission

For more information:  https://www.salisbury.edu/administration/administration-and-finance-offices/human-resources/benefits/

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 Anne-Marie Kenney at amk@spelmanjohnson.com. Applicants needing reasonable accommodation to participate in the application process should contact Spelman Johnson at 413-529-2895.

Visit the Salisbury University website at www.salisbury.edu

Diversity and inclusion are core values of Salisbury University. We strive to create a truly diverse and inclusive environment where the richness of ideas, backgrounds, and perspectives of our community is harnessed to create value for our institution, today and in the future.  To this end, the University recruits exceptional and diverse faculty, staff, and students from across Maryland, the United States, and around the world, supporting all members of the University community as they work together to achieve institutional goals and vision. To learn more about the University’s commitment to fostering a diverse and inclusive campus, please visit http://www.salisbury.edu/equity/

Salisbury University has a strong institutional commitment to diversity and equal employment and educational opportunities for its faculty, staff and students. To that end, the University prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex, gender, marital status, pregnancy, race, color, ethnicity, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status, or other legally protected characteristics. The University adheres to the EEO/AA policies set forth by federal and Maryland laws.

To learn about Salisbury University’s COVID policies, please visit: https://www.salisbury.edu/coronavirus/