Landmark College is a unique, accredited college for bright
neurodivergent students with learning differences (LD; including
dyslexia, ADHD, autism, and executive function
challenges). Landmark integrates an intentionally
designed, resource-rich academic and student life model across a
continuum of academic programs that meet students where they are
and help them to meet their goals. In addition to semester by
semester, campus-based programs, Landmark College offers
intersession programs (summer and winter), online/hybrid programs,
and experiential programs to matriculated and non-matriculated
students. The Department of LC Online and Intersession
Programs serves the year round needs of students participating in a
Landmark College experience through these different modalities.
The campus-based Coordinator primarily assists the
Co-Directors of the Department of LC Online and Intersession
Programs. Specifically, the Coordinator is responsible for
developing internal communication materials for print and online,
ensuring Canvas resources and other online content are current, and
coordinating logistics associated with the programs offered under
this banner. These programs include (but may not be limited
to) Dual Enrollment (online/on campus), College START (online),
Study Away/Study Abroad, Online Associate Degrees, and Intersession
(Summer and January Term) programs for matriculated and
non-matriculated students (online/on campus).
The Coordinator is a full time, 12-month, campus-based
staff position. The qualified candidate will be a consummate
professional who is an outstanding writer, a strong editor, and a
superb organizer. The Coordinator must be able to manage
multiple projects independently in a very fast-paced work
environment and should have superior technology skills, including
expertise in all Microsoft Office Suite software. Familiarity with
Learning Management Systems (LMS), ideally Canvas, is preferred.
Familiarity with online accessibility guidelines desired.
Experience coordinating event and travel logistics for groups is
preferred. Strong creative and interpersonal skills are essential
for this position, as is the ability to coordinate communication
across departments. Familiarity with database systems and
SharePoint is a plus. Some familiarity working with neurodivergent
students with learning differences is desired. The selected
candidate will demonstrate an affable disposition, be a fast
learner, and approach learning opportunities with enthusiasm.
Landmark College, located in beautiful southeastern
Vermont, provides an engaged and inclusive college community, and
offers competitive wages and an excellent benefits package.
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and
full contact information for three references (references will not
be checked until finalist stage) to the Director of Human
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.