Careers at Burlington College

Adjunct Faculty
The Individualized Master of Art Department at Burlington College has a recurring need for adjunct Instructors to teach one or two courses per semester in the low residency program. Applications will be kept on file and reviewed as these openings occur.

Courses include:

  • American Studies: American Civil War to the Present Modern European History
  • German Studies
  • Non-profit Fundraising and Grant Writing
  • Screenwriting
  • Business Law

Application Instructions:
To apply, please send the following via email to Coralee Holm: Attention Adjunct IMA
Attach the following documents:

  • Cover letter including a brief description of teaching approach and experience
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Names and contact information for three references (graduate school transcripts and reference letters may be requested of finalists at a later stage).

We are looking for a full-time receptionist to be the first point of contact for the College. Responsible for greeting visitors, students, faculty, and staff. Manage security of the facility and the telecommunications for the College. Complete administrative projects as assigned. Excellent technical skills are a must (MSOffice, web-based applications, etc)  Must maintain a professional image, provide excellent customer service, and have an upbeat and welcoming demeanor. Review the job description here. Apply to Position will be filled immediately.

Tourism+Event Management Chair
We are looking for an experienced tourism or event professional to head our academic program. Recruit and manage faculty, teach and advise students, and build connections with companies and leaders in the industry. The chair manages a board of advisors for this program as well as curriculum oversight. With a focus on growing enrollment, the chair is responsible for developing a dynamic vision for the program, implementing a plan to meet the program goals, and fostering support for the program in the industry and community. This full-time position reports to the Academic Dean. Master’s degree required. Teaching experience preferred. A detailed job description and information on how to apply can be found here.

To apply for any open position, please send a cover letter and resume to Coralee Holm via email or mail to:
Burlington College
Human Resources
351 North Avenue
Burlington, Vermont 05401

Burlington College is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of any legally protected category in any employment decisions.

Thank you for considering employment at Burlington College. We look forward to reviewing your qualifications. We respond to each submission to let the applicant know that we've received their application, and we provide follow up with each applicant at the end of the process.

Our process is to review all applications, and forward those that meet our requirements to departmental hiring managers. If suitable, you will hear from the hiring manager or human resources to schedule an interview. Due to the high volume of applications received, this process can sometimes take several weeks, so please allow us time to thoughtfully consider your submission.

For faculty positions, all resumes are forwarded to the Academic Dean and Department Chair. We will contact you only if an open position exists in the department, but will retain your application materials on file.