Towson University is committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse and qualified workforce to join our team. We offer a dynamic environment where you can expand your potential while contributing to the overall success of our growing institution.
Employment at Towson University
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Towson University uses the University System of Maryland non-exempt salary structure (PDF) and with corresponding job specifications. The rate of pay for non-exempt positions is provided on the job announcement. University police officer (UPO) positions, also non-exempt, have their own unique salary structure (PDF). Due to the diversity and complexity of exempt positions, each position is reviewed independently and placed into a wide salary range (PDF). The specific salary is identified through a process of internal equity and market analysis.
Preparing for the Interview
If you're selected for an interview, be prepared to present documentation that you're authorized to work in the U.S., show confirmation of your education, and complete a background check. Before you apply, you may want to learn more about our nationally-recognized university.
Criminal Background Investigations
All staff employment offers are contingent upon the successful completion of a criminal background investigation.
Employees must self-disclose and report certain post-hire criminal convictions, including felony offenses; misdemeanors involving force, threat of force, dishonesty, or theft; alcohol/drug related offenses; and any offense requiring registration as a sex offender. Employees must report convictions (see Employee Self-Disclosure of Criminal Records [PDF]) to their supervisors within five days of the entry of the criminal record. Failure to self-disclose may result in discipline, including termination.
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Accommodations
Towson University is committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all faculty and staff, including those with disabilities. Consistent with its obligations under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Amendments Act of 2008, and Section 20-609 of the Annotated Code of Maryland, the university provides reasonable workplace accommodations to qualified employees with disabilities.
Requests must be accompanied by documentation from a treating and licensed medical provider, outlining the following:
The reason the accommodation is being requested (not necessarily the diagnosis), the specific essential function(s) requiring accommodation, how the essential function(s) is/are impacted, the duration the accommodation is anticipated to be required, and the recommended or preferred accommodation.
Eligible faculty and staff enjoy a comprehensive and robust benefits package which includes health care options, income protection, tuition remission, retirement plans and more. Health benefits are available through the State of Maryland Employee Benefits Division. Disability and life insurance benefits are offered through the University System of Maryland. Retirement choices are available from the Maryland State Retirement & Pension System and the University System of Maryland providers.