About Bryn Mawr College
Bryn Mawr College
, one of the "Seven Sisters,"
is a distinctive and highly selective liberal arts college located in the suburbs of Philadelphia. The college enrolls 1,200 undergraduate women, as well as 500 men and women in its Graduate Schools of Arts and Sciences and of Social Work and Social Research. The college offers its students the opportunities to earn bachelor's and master's degrees in 60 subject areas and doctoral degrees in 11 fields. It also offers a post-baccalaureate pre-med program for college graduates who are contemplating medical school.
Bryn Mawr College participates in a consortium with nearby Swarthmore and Haverford Colleges and the University of Pennsylvania to expand the course offerings, learning opportunities and resources available to its students.
Employees of Bryn Mawr College enjoy a comprehensive benefits package, including: life, medical, and dental coverage for employees and their dependent children and spouse/domestic partner, parental leave, short and long-term disability coverages, a very generous defined contribution retirement plan and a tax-deferred annuity plan under section 403(b) of the Internal Revenue Code, medical and dependent care flexible spending accounts and tuition remission at Bryn Mawr College or Haverford College. Children of full-time employees are eligible for 50% undergraduate tuition remission for the equivalent of four full academic years per child at any institution. Employees with younger children can take advantage of discounted daycare services at neighboring Harcum Children's Corner.
Employees can take advantage of the college's fitness center and pool. Free computer training/workshops and professional development seminars are also available.
Bryn Mawr College's lovely campus is easily accessible via public transportation. And it offers its employees, who use public transportation to come to work, tax savings via TransitChek. Other employees enjoy free parking.
Bryn Mawr College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities, females and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.