Employment Opportunities

Be part of something great. Join us in educating leaders of the next generation. 

Randolph-Macon Academy cultivates a community of innovation, curiosity and excellence. Our HR Department is the Academy’s foundation in finding the right people – as educators, contributors, achievers – empathetic to the needs of our young people to help students find purpose. 

This is why employment at R-MA is a lifestyle decision. You should only consider employment at the Academy if you are willing to commit to our students’ success in and beyond the classroom. From academic excellence lies the path to each student’s well-being outside traditional building walls. Whether in band and drama theatre or the multitude of athletic events and weekend activities, our students thrive because they receive an experience only R-MA can provide. 

It is this collective goal that enables our entire community to aim for the stars. Our students are our inspiration, and our faculty and staff are provided resources and benefits for this collective endeavor.

Volunteer Opportunities

Professional Development



For all positions listed below, please contact hr@rma.edu for position details. You may forward cover letter, resume, and list of three references to: 

Director of Human Resources
200 Academy Dr.
Front Royal, VA  22630

EOE. We will only contact candidates invited to interview. Candidates must pass background check.

Randolph-Macon Academy is seeking a full-time Athletic Trainer effective 8/1/2023.

QUALIFICATIONS: Must have a minimum of bachelor’s degree and must be certified. Prefer 1 year experience minimum.

EDUCATION: Bachelor’s Degree;  Recommended/Preferred: Master’s Degree

CERTIFICATION/LICENSES: Must be BOC certified and possess state athletic training licensure,certification or registration. NPI Number Required.


  • Applied Knowledge: Athletic trainers must have knowledge about a large range of

medical problems. Assessment and evaluation skills and working with other healthcare professionals will be needed.

  • Decision-Making Skills: Ability to think critically and make independent decisions

regarding the assessment, treatment, rehabilitation and return to play decisions per state licensure guidelines.

  • Attention to Detail: should be thorough and detailed with injury tracking and documentation.
  • Interpersonal Skills: Ability to communicate effectively in high stress/pressure situation

when talking to patients, medical professionals, staff and families.

  • Must have the ability to organize, prioritize and perform multiple tasks with little or no



  • Develop plans for providing athletic training coverage at all athletic

events identified in Athletic Training Program Coverage Policy.

  • Establish and maintain a budget for athletic training supplies/equipment
  • Establish daily hours of operation for the athletic training facility.
  • Develop comprehensive venue and condition specific emergency action plans.
  • Initiate and administer an athletic training student-aide program in accordance with the

school’s clubs and activities guidelines and state law.

  • Establish a working relationship with community physicians.
  • Establish a working relationship with school nursing staff, coaches, faculty, students and parents.
  • Complete (school systems) policies training to include: Blood Borne Pathogens Exposure

Control Plan training and comply with the regulations therein.

  • Maintain adequate medical records on all injuries and rehabilitation procedures.
  • Comply with any and all policies regarding health care delivery as indicated by the

school systems regulations, and outlined in the Athletic Injury Management section of

the school’s athletic training program policies and procedures manual.

  • Develop coach’s professional development for CPR/AED, Concussion, Heat Illness,

Sudden Cardiac Death (including performing the training, tracking those in need, etc).

NUMBER/DESCRIPTION OF PATIENTS RESPONSIBLE FOR: Approximately 250 total student body and 115 employees


PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Work is medium demand. Lifting 100 pounds maximum with frequent lifting and/or carrying of objects.Medium strength is required to position patients for examination. May assist patients as needed, helping them on and off the exam table and/or bed. Must be able to work in outdoor conditions.

ADDITIONAL QUALIFYING FACTORS: Must clear FBI, State, and DSS background screening checks.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Provide quality supervision for teenage students in a boarding school/dormitory environment.
  • Accountability for students
  • Provide a safe and nurturing dorm environment for students
  • Mentor and assist with homework
  • Maintain good morale with all students
  • Maintaining positive relationship with parents through communicating concerns with students
  • Performing room inspections
  • Supervise the dorm environment
  • Perform bed checks
  • Write detailed incident reports when necessary
  • Ensure dormitory rooms are locked when students are not there
  • Maintain a visible presence in the dormitory to provide a pro-active culture
  • Additional duties to include campus supervision away from the dorm or campus may be frequently required – ie weekend trips, weekend and evening activities off campus.

Position Qualifications:

  • Must enjoy working with Middle School and High School age students – must be creative, consistent, empathetic and dynamic
  • Supervisory experience dealing with teenagers is a must
  • Ability to guide and relate to teenagers in a positive manner
  • Leadership skills and strong communication skills
  • Must be willing and able to work flexible schedule, including some weekends
  • College degree or some college preferred with strong track record of supervisory experience
  • Military or boarding school exp. a plus.
Assistant Football Coach
MS Soccer Head Coach
MS Soccer assistant 
MS Cross country head coach
MS Cross country assistant coach 


Under the Transparency in Coverage Rule issued by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, U.S. Department of Labor and U.S. Department of the Treasury, health plans (which includes clients who sponsor employee benefit plans) and health insurance issuers must publish two separate Machine Readable Files (MRFs) related to Coverage:

  • In Network: Negotiated rates for all covered items and services between the plan or issuer and in-network providers
  • Out of Network: Allowed amount paid to, and billed charges from, out-of-network providers for all covered services within a 90-day period

Click here to view the MRFs (fully viewable on or after July 1, 2022).