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Located in southern Vermont, Landmark College is a premier institution for students who learn differently. As the nation’s first accredited college for students with learning disabilities (including dyslexia), ADHD, and ASD, we are a mainstream college with a unique, resource-rich academic model.

Our Office of Human Resources strives to ensure that we are an employer of choice, attracting and retaining uniquely talented individuals able to advance the College’s position as the college of choice for students who learn differently. We are committed to a philosophy that recognizes each person as an individual, worthy of respect, trust, dignity and fair treatment, and we apply these tenets to serve, support, and value all members of our community.

We recognizes the importance of providing a work environment that is conducive to carrying out the College’s mission and contributes to the personal and professional growth of our faculty and staff. For Human Resources, this means the administration of employment policies, benefit plans, and compensation programs that are regularly evaluated and remain competitive and fair.

How to Apply

Interested individuals should provide a cover letter, resume or CV, and the names of three work references. Electronic submissions are preferred. Please email your application to Applications may also be mailed to Director of Human Resources, Landmark College, 19 River Road South, Putney, Vermont 05346. Review of applications will begin immediately. No phone calls please.

Diversifying the student body, faculty, and administration is congruent with our mission. We value diverse populations and cultures including, but not limited to, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, national origin, neurodiversity, race, and religion. Landmark College is an EO/AA/Vet/Disability employer.

Current Openings

2020 High School Summer Program Positions

Summer open positions for our 2020 High School Summer Program

We have several open positions listed below for the upcoming short-term summer programs.

This program is three weeks in length and provides rising high school juniors and seniors an introduction to college living and learning. This is a great opportunity for high school students to grow academically and socially. Students will enroll in a learning strategies course, writing course, an elective choice, and activities. By the end of the program, students will have discovered strategies and tools for academic success, improved interpersonal communication, developed oral and written expression skills, and learned how to advocate for their learning and living needs. The High School Program includes the Traditional Track and the Social Pragmatics Track. The Social Pragmatics track includes a residential program designed to help students build social pragmatic as well as courses to help improve academic skills. The social programmatic track is concurrent with the traditional track but offers separate housing and a smaller staff to student ratio.

Cross Country Running Coach

The Cross Country Running Coach is responsible for organizing tri-weekly running practices and coordinating all aspects of the team’s race season in the…

Softball Coach

The Softball Coach is responsible for teaching fundamental and advanced softball skills and strategies, coordinating and running practices, and organizing, officiating, and coaching intramural softball…

Admissions Counselor

The Admissions Counselor will recruit, interview, and evaluate prospective students for admission to the College. They will also actively market the Landmark College educational model…

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