Students walking through the academic quad

Goucher College is always on the lookout for top talent—resourceful, innovative, and dedicated individuals who will keep the college at the forefront of extraordinary education. And as one of the nation's most progressive, innovative institutions of higher learning, we offer outstanding professional advantages. 

Comprehensive benefits

  • Generous sick and vacation time accrual
  • Numerous paid holidays, including a week off for winter break
  • Choice of health plans, with dental and vision
  • Tuition remission (undergraduate and graduate)

Great Location

  • Beautiful 287-acre wooded campus nestled in metropolitan area
  • Near lots of shopping and great restaurants

Community-based environment

  • Hundreds of events and activities—athletics, dance, theatre, music, lectures
  • Access to health and wellness resources
  • Support for work/life balance issues

Unique Perks

  • On-site gym and fitness center
  • On-site café/dining facilities
  • 24-hour library
  • Free parking

Contact Us:
Goucher College
Human Resources
1021 Dulaney Valley Road
Baltimore, Maryland 21204-2794

Phone: 410-337-6135
Fax:  410-337-6236

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