Work at NASPA

NASPA is the leading association for the advancement, health, and sustainability of the student affairs profession. We serve the diverse needs of our community, from vice presidents of student affairs to undergraduate student leaders considering a career in the field. Founded in 1919, NASPA includes more than 15,000 members in all 50 states, 29 countries, and 8 U.S. Territories. Guided by the principles of Integrity, Innovation, Inclusion, and Inquiry, we are dedicated to empowering our members to realize their full potential and to cultivating student success in collaboration with our institutional members, who represent every sector of higher education. NASPA centers justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion in our work; read more about our commitment here.

OUR VALUES

When you join the NASPA team, you become part of an extraordinary group who work together across functional areas to best serve our members and the student affairs profession. In addition to NASPA’s four Guiding Principles, we have set an aspirational vision for how we embody these values, called The Way We Work, which includes Accountability, Celebration, Ethics, Experiences, Learning, People, Presence, and Solutions. Our culture is one that puts people first, with policies and practices developed to meet the needs of each team member.

NASPA provides equal employment opportunity for all applicants and employees. NASPA does not discriminate on the basis of race; color; national origin; religion; sex; age; gender identity or expression; affectional or sexual orientation; veteran status; disability; marital status; personal appearance; family responsibilities; genetic information; educational status; political affiliation; unemployment status; place of residence or business; source of income; caste; matriculation; credit information; status as a survivor or family member of a survivor of domestic violence, a sexual offense, or stalking; reproductive health decision making; or any other basis protected by law in any of its policies, employment practices, or in any context in the workplace. When necessary, NASPA also makes reasonable accommodations for employees with disabilities.
 

OUR BENEFITS

NASPA staff benefits include nationwide comprehensive medical, dental, and vision insurance, a 401(k) retirement plan with automatic employer contribution, flexible work schedule, and paid time-off including accrued PTO, family leave, community service leave, and holidays.

MEET OUR TEAM 

To learn more about our team, please visit our staff directory.

INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Our Current Openings

To learn more and apply for one of our current openings, please review the individual position descriptions below.

Chief Growth Officer, Center for First-generation Student Success

The Chief Growth Officer is a new role and will serve as a critical member of The Center for First-generation Student Success leadership team, cultivating current relationships and building new strategies to expand and deepen the Center’s capacity to transform the experience for first-gen students. The new leader must leverage their exceptional communication, strategy, and relationship-building skills--as well as a commitment to the Center’s core values--to build the growth operation.

The CGO will be responsible for all aspects of the Center’s comprehensive fundraising program that supports its work, as well as long-term growth, scale, and sustainability. The CGO will apply a philanthropic lens to the Center’s strategic planning. 

For the full position specification, click here.

 

Corporate Development Fulfillment Manager

About NASPA
NASPA is the leading association for the advancement, health, and sustainability of the student affairs profession. We serve the diverse needs of our community, from vice presidents of student affairs to undergraduate student leaders considering a career in the field. Founded in 1919, NASPA includes more than 15,000 members in all 50 states, 29 countries, and 8 U.S. Territories. Guided by the principles of integrity, innovation, inclusion, and inquiry, we are dedicated to empowering our members to realize their full potential and to cultivating student success in collaboration with our institutional members, who represent every sector of higher education. NASPA centers justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion in our work; read more about our commitment here.

 

This position is situated in the Corporate Development Team, which is responsible for maintaining current relationships and cultivating new connections with for-profit and non-profits organizations that support the association and its strategic plan. These organizations support NASPA through partnerships, sponsorships, advertisements, and exhibitor opportunities. The person in this position collaborates with all NASPA staff and our for-profit and non-profit supports to ensure that all fulfillment items are met with their participation at NASPA events, advertising, or sponsorship activations.

 

About the Position

The Corporate Development Fulfillment Manager (CDFM) will work closely with all NASPA staff but will liaise most closely with the professional development and marketing/communications teams. The purpose of this position is to serve as a fulfillment specialist for exhibitors and sponsors (after they agreed to participate in a NASPA engagement opportunity) to ensure all stakeholders (both internal and external) are aware of the activations and deliverables needed for a successful engagement experience.

 

Essential Responsibilities

Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

 

  • Works with Senior Director and leadership to ensure the complete and accurate execution and fulfillment of all sponsorship contracts
  • Develops and maintains systems, processes and procedures to manage sponsor fulfillments and exhibitor/sponsor deliverables. These items include, but are not limited to, logos, advertisements, mobile app content, attendee lists, program session content, and confirmed registrants for the agreed upon opportunity
  • Facilitates exhibitor/sponsor engagement opportunities in set guidelines and deadlines which include, but are not limited to, in-person events, sponsored emails to the membership, advertisements, and sponsored online learning sessions
  • Serves as the key liaison for onsite exhibitor experience and responsible for exhibitor/sponsor information for event program guides, signage, and event prospectus application creation
  • Ensures effective and accurate communication with NASPA colleagues and sponsors/exhibitors regarding event/engagement details and deliverables
  • Support the Senior Director on special projects that enhance the efficiency and processes of the department
  • Manages the compliance of exhibit/sponsor membership
  • Assists with all-team projects and participates actively in staff meetings and projects
  • Other activities, duties, and responsibilities as assigned to support the Association

 

Reports To

Senior Director of Corporate Development

 

Qualifications

Skills and Abilities:

  • 3-5 years experience working in customer service and/or with sponsors/exhibitors, desired but not required.
  • Technical proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) and association and exhibitor management systems
  • Outstanding interpersonal skills and proven ability to work independently and collaboratively
  • Ability to lead and participate in a team environment. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with strong project management skills that ensure ability to manage multiple priorities and deadlines
  • Organizational and time management skills highly needed for this position. Ability to stay on task and prioritize duties essential for success
  • Understanding and/or proficiency in web advertising, graphic design, and social media channels is desired, but not required.
  • Ability to work at times in ambiguous circumstances and working under pressure with all levels of staff
  • Experience considering the impacts of work on multiple communities, including communities of color, in analysis
  • Ability to travel 10% - 20% of the time
  • Experience incorporating the perspectives of multiple communities in the consideration of impacts and outcomes of a decision-making process
  • An understanding of the concepts of institutional and structural racism and bias and their impact on underserved and underrepresented communities
  • Experience working directly with people from diverse racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic backgrounds
  • Demonstrated commitment to cultivating an inclusive work environment that values the perspectives and lived experiences of a diverse workforce and membership

 

Employment Status:

Full-time Exempt: Exempt employees by definition are exempt from overtime compensation requirements of the federal Fair Labor Standards Act and are required to work as the job demands on a no time limit basis.

 

Salary Range 

The salary range for this position is $55,000 - $60,000.

 

NASPA offers nationwide comprehensive medical, dental, and vision insurance, a 401(k) retirement plan with automatic employer contribution, flexible work schedule, and paid time-off including accrued PTO, family leave, community service leave, and holidays.

 

Office Location/Working Conditions/Physical Requirements

  

Office Location

This position may be based anywhere in the contiguous 48 states.

It is the employee’s responsibility to provide reliable internet capabilities for any work location outside of the Washington, D.C. office.

Please note, the NASPA Washington, D.C. Office is in mostly open status at this time. The status of the office is subject to change at any time.

 

Travel

Occasional/Moderate overnight travel to represent NASPA at events and in-person meetings is an essential function of this position. Locations vary and can include sites outside of taxi service from major airports. As a result, the position is required to have the ability to travel independently, including air travel, navigating ground transportation, and occasionally driving a rental car.

 

Physical Requirements

  • This position is primarily office-based with primary work on a computer, including phone, email, and video conferencing.
  • Responsibilities occasionally may require an adjusted work schedule, overtime, and evening/weekend hours to meet deadlines and support events and programs.
  • This position will be required to routinely pack and unpack program materials for shipment, which could require pulling, pushing, lifting, and moving boxes weighing up to 50 pounds.
  • This position will be required to coordinate on-site event execution, which may include moving furniture and other items, navigating event spaces, and communicating verbally with venue staff.

 

Additional COVID-19 Information

Vaccination is not a requirement for employment. However, all employees are strongly encouraged to follow the CDC guidance on vaccination, including becoming fully-vaccinated and staying up-to-date as eligible. All employees may flex their schedules for time taken to receive and recover from COVID-19 vaccinations.

 

In certain circumstances, NASPA may require testing for all staff regardless of vaccination status.

 

Masks must be worn per local, state, tribal, and federal guidance, including the CDC, with the most stringent level of guidance followed. Regardless of guidance, all employees must have masks available should masking be requested by other employees, members, or external constituents. In certain settings, NASPA may require or strongly recommend that employees wear masks.

 

At the present time, NASPA will not require any employee to participate in in-person activities on behalf of the Association, regardless of their individual job duties. Job duties related to these activities will be conducted remotely where possible or reassigned as necessary. 

 

Commitment to Non-Discrimination Statement

NASPA provides equal employment opportunity for all applicants and employees. NASPA does not discriminate on the basis of race; color, national origin; religion; sex; age; gender identity or expression, affectional or sexual orientation, veteran status, disability, marital status; personal appearance; family responsibilities; genetic information; educational status; political affiliation; unemployment status; place of residence or business; source of income; caste; matriculation; credit information; status as a survivor or family member of a survivor of domestic violence, a sexual offense, or stalking; reproductive health decision making; or any other basis protected by law in any of its policies, employment practices, or in any context in the workplace. When necessary, NASPA also makes reasonable accommodations for employees with disabilities.

 

To Apply

Interested candidates should submit the following for consideration:

  • Letter of Interest/Cover Letter
  • Resume
  • Three References

A complete set of materials should be submitted through this Asana form. Materials received by Friday, June 24, 2022 will receive priority consideration, but review will continue until the position is filled.

Grant Projects Coordinator

About NASPA                                               

NASPA is the leading association for the advancement, health, and sustainability of the student affairs profession. We serve the diverse needs of our community, from vice presidents of student affairs to undergraduate student leaders considering a career in the field. Founded in 1919, NASPA includes more than 15,000 members in all 50 states, 29 countries, and 8 U.S. Territories. Guided by the principles of integrity, innovation, inclusion, and inquiry, we are dedicated to empowering our members to realize their full potential and to cultivating student success in collaboration with our institutional members, who represent every sector of higher education. NASPA centers justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion in our work; read more about our commitment here.

This position is housed organizationally in NASPA’s Professional Development team within the Health, Safety, and Well-being Initiatives and specifically the Coalition of Colorado Campus Alcohol and Drug Educators (CADE) program.

 

About the Position

This position primarily provides programmatic and administrative support to the Coalition of Colorado Campus Alcohol and Drug Educators (CADE) grant project. Working collaboratively with NASPA staff, campus professional staff, and students, the grant projects coordinator ensures that campuses receive timely customer service and administrative support for grant projects and NASPA initiatives. The person in this position reports to the assistant director of health and well-being initiatives, with additional responsibilities assigned by the senior director of health, safety, and well-being initiatives.

 

Essential Responsibilities

Under supervision from the Assistant Director of Health and Well-being Initiatives, the grant projects coordinator will execute the following duties in the respective areas:

CADE

  • Prepare monthly reimbursement invoices and required reports to grant funders.
  • Contribute to annual and ongoing training opportunities for the CADE project, including: annual coalition convening; monthly online training programs; in-person and virtual meetings of the CADE Steering Committee; and other member-identified programs.
  • Lead the campus implementation of the American College Health Association’s National Collegiate Health Assessment (ACHA-NCHA) at CADE campuses.
  • Coordinate reimbursement and repayment for up to 10 campuses for grant-related purchases.
  • Create and disseminate alcohol and other drug prevention materials throughout the coalition, including monthly email communication and web presence.
  • Provide professional virtual and in-person consultation and technical assistance for CADE campuses regarding alcohol and other drug prevention programs.
  • Provide site visits and in-person training for up to 10 institutions of higher education.
  • Contribute to team remote and on-site professional consultation, training, and technical assistance regarding alcohol and other drug prevention efforts for up to 24 CADE campuses.
  • Represent the CADE project at Colorado statewide meetings related to alcohol and other drug prevention.
  • Contribute to project design, grant applications, and reapplications for the CADE project.
  • Assist with various planning aspects of HSWB team events such as the NASPA Strategies Conferences and General Assembly. This may include arranging travel, coordinating venue meeting spaces, and processing travel reimbursements.
  • Assist in all quarterly, annual, and related reporting requirements with the grant project
  • Assist in monthly budget reconciliation and invoice submission

 Health, Safety and Well-being

  • Support division initiatives, as needed including conference planning and management, website management, grant writing, strategic planning, and project coordination.
  • Represent the division at local, regional, and national events, including conferences, delivering online and in-person presentations
  • Create high-quality communications products for the division initiatives, including PPT presentations, flyers and advertisements, emails, and technical reports.

General Responsibilities of All NASPA Staff

  • Assists with all-team projects and participates actively in staff meetings and projects.
  • Other activities, duties, and responsibilities as assigned to support the association.

  

Reports To

Assistant Director of Health and Well-being Initiatives

 

Qualifications

The successful candidate will be a collaborative and creative self-starter who can work independently. This person should be able to expand upon existing programs and relationships, as well as produce new ones that increase membership and programmatic offerings.

  • Bachelor’s Degree required. Degree preference in the areas of counseling, higher education, public health, social work, or a related field.
  • Colorado Certified Prevention Specialist (CCPS) certification or eligibility to obtain the CCPS within 6 months of hire.
  • Foundational knowledge of health, safety, and well-being issues is required. Preferred content expertise in the areas of collegiate alcohol prevention, cannabis legalization, tobacco education and cessation, campus violence prevention, prescription stimulant medication misuse prevention, peer education methodology, and environmental public health strategies.
  • Previous program management experience preferred. Previous professional association, higher education, or similar experience in a professional setting is preferred.
  • Demonstrated ability to understand and translate public health research and theory for various audiences.
  • Experience incorporating the perspectives of multiple communities in the consideration of impacts and outcomes of a decision-making process.
  • Strong organizational skills, with the ability to establish priorities, manage multiple demands and projects, and meet deadlines.
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills with the ability to build relationships inside and outside the organization with stakeholders, customers, and colleagues.
  • Strong knowledge of MS Off ice, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
  • Flexible, with the ability to multi-task and frequently adjust to changing priorities and timelines in a fast-paced working environment. Ability to work under tight deadlines with short turnarounds.
  • Demonstrated understanding of the concepts of institutional and structural racism and bias and their impact on underserved and underrepresented communities.
  • Demonstrated commitment to cultivating an inclusive work environment that values the perspectives and lived experiences of a diverse workforce and membership.

 

Employment Status:

Full-time Exempt: Exempt employees by definition are exempt from overtime compensation requirements of the federal Fair Labor Standards Act and are required to work as the job demands on a no time limit basis.

 

Salary Range

The salary for this position is $50,000.

NASPA offers nationwide comprehensive medical, dental, and vision insurance, a 401(k)-retirement plan with automatic employer contribution, flexible work schedule, and paid time-off including accrued PTO, family leave, community service leave, and holidays.

 

Office Location/Working Conditions/Physical Requirements

Office Location

This position may be based anywhere in the contiguous 48 states, but work is primarily performed in the state of Colorado and preference will be made for candidates in, or adjacent to Colorado.

It is the employee’s responsibility to provide reliable internet capabilities for any work location outside of the Washington, D.C. office.

Please note, the NASPA Washington, D.C. Office is in partially-open status at this time, with all staff members who wish to spend time or work in the D.C. Office required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

Travel

Frequent overnight travel to represent NASPA at events, on college and university campuses, and in-person meetings is an essential function of this position. Locations vary and can include sites outside of taxi service from major airports. As a result, the position is required to have the ability to travel independently, including air travel, navigating ground transportation, and occasionally driving a rental car.

Please note, NASPA staff members who wish to travel on behalf of the Association are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

 Physical Requirements

  • This position is primarily office-based with primary work on a computer, including phone, email, and video conferencing.
  • Responsibilities occasionally may require an adjusted work schedule, overtime, and evening/weekend hours in order to meet deadlines and support events and programs.
  • This position will be required to coordinate on-site event execution, which may include moving furniture and other items, navigating event spaces, and communicating verbally with venue staff.

 Additional COVID-19 Information

Vaccination is not a requirement for employment. However, all employees are strongly encouraged to follow the CDC guidance on vaccination, including becoming fully-vaccinated and staying up-to-date as eligible. All employees may flex their schedules for time taken to receive and recover from COVID-19 vaccinations.

In certain circumstances, NASPA may require testing for all staff regardless of vaccination status.

Masks must be worn per local, state, tribal, and federal guidance, including the CDC, with the most stringent level of guidance followed. Regardless of guidance, all employees must have masks available should masking be requested by other employees, members, or external constituents. In certain settings, NASPA may require or strongly recommend that employees wear masks.

At the present time, NASPA will not require any employee to participate in in-person activities on behalf of the Association, regardless of their individual job duties. Job duties related to these activities will be conducted remotely where possible or reassigned as necessary.

 

Commitment to Non-Discrimination Statement

NASPA provides equal employment opportunity for all applicants and employees. NASPA does not discriminate on the basis of race; color, national origin; religion; sex; age; gender identity or expression, affectional or sexual orientation, veteran status, disability, marital status; personal appearance; family responsibilities; genetic information; educational status; political affiliation; unemployment status; place of residence or business; source of income; caste; matriculation; credit information; status as a survivor or family member of a survivor of domestic violence, a sexual offense, or stalking; reproductive health decision making; or any other basis protected by law in any of its policies, employment practices, or in any context in the workplace. When necessary, NASPA also makes reasonable accommodations for employees with disabilities.

 

To Apply

Interested candidates should submit the following for consideration:

  • Letter of Interest/Cover Letter
  • Resume

 A complete set of materials should be submitted through this Asana form. Materials received by Wednesday June 15, 2022 will receive priority consideration, but review will continue until the position is filled.

Professional Development Manager

About NASPA

NASPA is the leading association for the advancement, health, and sustainability of the student affairs profession. We serve the diverse needs of our community, from vice presidents of student affairs to undergraduate student leaders considering a career in the field. Founded in 1919, NASPA includes more than 15,000 members in all 50 states, 29 countries, and 8 U.S. Territories. Guided by the principles of integrity, innovation, inclusion, and inquiry, we are dedicated to empowering our members to realize their full potential and to cultivating student success in collaboration with our institutional members, who represent every sector of higher education. NASPA centers justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion in our work; read more about our commitment here.

 

This position is situated in the Professional Development Team, which is responsible for the planning and execution of a suite of professional development offerings to NASPA members. NASPA provides exceptional conferences, workshops, and symposia that educate and empower student affairs professionals to advance student success in higher education. It is within this frame that team members work, collaborating with colleagues across the Association to ensure NASPA’s initiatives have the greatest impact on our members and the student affairs profession.

 

About the Position 

The Professional Development Manager (PDM) works collaboratively with all NASPA staff, supporting the coordination of workshops, institutes, and conferences. This entry-level professional serves as a key component in the planning and execution of all program operations by supporting NASPA’s place-based and online programmatic efforts, conferences, and events. 

 

Essential Responsibilities

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Work closely with program leads and cross-departmental teams to plan and execute NASPA conference & workshops

  • Collaborate with lead programmers on logistical components of planning and executing a conference which sometimes includes serving on planning committees

  • Create and maintain place-based and virtual program event websites, calls for programs, mobile applications, and event registrations in a variety of web-based platforms

  • Provide excellent internal and external customer service and support through the management of shared NASPA inboxes and serve as a point-of-contact for NASPA’s professional development inquiries

  • Work with lead programmers to identify shipping needs for events and prepare shipments to arrive in advance of programs and events

  • Assist with the management of NASPA’s call for programs and/or application processes. This may include: recruiting and assigning program reviewers, actively maintaining reviewer or applicant lists, assessing participant or reviewer eligibility, and assisting with the selection process of programs

  • Execute logistical components of conferences including, but not limited to: speaker coordination, reimbursements, communication with participants and presenters, oversight of video pre- and post-production, and place-based logistics

  • Play a key role in developing and executing engaging attendee experience opportunities at NASPA place-based and virtual events

  • Liaise with marketing and communications around promotion, production, and printing needs

  • Create and improve system processes and procedures to maximize efficiency and consistency

  • Design and edit program materials (e.g., invitations, images, templates, lists, name badges, slide decks, and program books)

  • Participate in departmental, divisional, and organizational strategic planning, meetings, internal committees, and projects

  • Assist with all-team projects and participate actively in staff meetings and projects

  • Other activities, duties, and responsibilities as assigned to support the Association

 

Reports To

Assistant Director of Meetings & Events

 

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred, high school/GED required

  • Advanced proficiency with MS Office, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook

  • Experience with managing multiple projects at various stages of completion while establishing priorities and meeting deadlines

  • Enjoy working in cross-departmental, interdepartmental teams to support successful workshops, programs, and institutes

  • Ability to work independently, as well as in a team environment

  • Superior writing, communication, and project management skills

  • Strong organizational skills and acute attention to detail 

  • Ability to take initiative, use sound judgment, resolve problems diplomatically and discreetly, and work effectively, independently, and cooperatively with all levels of staff and constituents to achieve Association goals and objectives

  • Exceptional interpersonal skills with the ability to build relationships inside and outside the organization with stakeholders, customers and colleagues

  • Experience working directly with people from diverse racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic backgrounds

  • Flexible, with the ability to multi-task and frequently adjust to changing priorities and timelines in a fast-paced working environment

  • Demonstrated ability to think strategically, delegate responsibility, listen carefully, build consensus, communicate and advocate effectively in a complex matrix organization



Employment Status

Full-time Exempt: Exempt employees by definition are exempt from overtime compensation requirements of the federal Fair Labor Standards Act, and are required to work as the job demands on a no time limit basis. 

 

Salary Range

The salary range for this position is $45,000-$50,000.

 

NASPA offers nationwide comprehensive medical, dental, and vision insurance, a 401(k) retirement plan with automatic employer contribution, flexible work schedule, and paid time-off including accrued PTO, family leave, community service leave, and holidays.

 

Office Location/Working Conditions/Physical Requirements 

Office Location

This position is located in the NASPA Washington, D.C. office with the option for regular work from a remote location. It is the employee’s responsibility to provide reliable internet capabilities for any work location outside of the Washington, D.C. office.

 

Please note, the NASPA Washington, D.C. Office is in partially-open status at this time, with all staff members who wish to spend time or work in the D.C. Office required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. 

 

Travel 

Moderate overnight travel (10%-15%) to represent NASPA at events and in-person meetings is an essential function of this position. Locations vary and can include sites outside of taxi service from major airports. As a result, the position is required to have the ability to travel independently, including air travel, navigating ground transportation, and occasionally driving a rental car. 

 

Please note, NASPA staff members who wish to travel on behalf of the Association are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

 

Physical Requirements

  • This position is primarily office-based with primary work on a computer, including phone, email, and video conferencing.

  • Responsibilities occasionally may require an adjusted work schedule, overtime, and evening/weekend hours in order to meet deadlines and support events and programs. 

  • This position will be required to routinely pack and unpack program materials for shipment, which will require pulling, pushing, lifting, and moving boxes weighing up to 50 pounds. 

  • This position will be required to coordinate on-site event execution, which may include moving furniture and other items, navigating event spaces, and communicating verbally with venue staff. 

 

Additional COVID-19 Information

Vaccination is not a requirement for employment. However, staff members who are unable to be vaccinated because of a medical reason or sincerely held religious belief, or those who are unable to or choose not to be vaccinated for any other reason, will not have the option to spend time or work in the D.C. Office, attend in-person Association-related meetings/events, or participate in any other Association-related travel while this policy is in effect. Job duties related to these activities will be conducted remotely where possible or reassigned as necessary.

 

Commitment to Non-Discrimination Statement 

NASPA provides equal employment opportunities for all applicants and employees. NASPA does not discriminate on the basis of race; color; national origin; religion; sex; age; gender identity or expression; affectional or sexual orientation; veteran status; disability; marital status; personal appearance; family responsibilities; genetic information; educational status; political affiliation; unemployment status; place of residence or business; source of income; caste; matriculation; credit information; status as a survivor or family member of a survivor of domestic violence, a sexual offense, or stalking; reproductive health decision making; or any other basis protected by law in any of its policies, employment practices, or in any context in the workplace. When necessary, NASPA also makes reasonable accommodations for employees with disabilities. 

 

To Apply

Interested candidates should submit the following for consideration: 

  • Cover letter

  • Resume

  • Three references


A complete set of materials should be submitted through this Asana form. Materials received by Friday, June 24, 2022 will receive priority consideration, but review will continue until the position is filled.