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Employment Opportunities

The first Catholic college for women in New York State, The College of New Rochelle was founded in 1904 by the Ursuline Order. Today, it comprises the School of Arts & Sciences, the School of New Resources (for adult learners), the School of Nursing & Healthcare Professions, and the Graduate School.

We welcome applicants from all backgrounds who can contribute to our unique educational mission. The College of New Rochelle is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, color, religion, national origin, age, or disability.

The Main Campus of the College is located on a beautiful suburban campus 16 miles north of midtown Manhattan and easily accessible by public transportation. The College maintains four other campus locations in New York City.

Institutional

DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL AID

Reports to:                 Vice President for Finance and Administration

The College of New Rochelle seeks a Director of Financial Aid to contribute to the College’s overall financial stability.  Working to ensure that all awards to students are produced accurately and in a timely manner, the Director of Financial Aid will diligently manage data to ensure information is accurate and flows as required for timely draw down of Federal and NY State funds.  Providing accurate forecasts of receivables by source to enhance revenue collection by the College is paramount.  

The Director of Financial Aid will manage all departmental personnel, to include regular performance evaluations and providing support for professional development and training.  Ensuring adherence with Federal and State student aid related statutory and regulatory provisions, and monitoring Federal and State student aid related proposed and final statutory and regulatory provisions are required.  The Director of Financial Aid will communicate and coordinate compliance and controls across the institution, while ensuring adherence with institutional goals and policies.

Defining performance standards and metrics; evaluating regularly; and, initiating changes to enhance the effectiveness of the delivery of student aid, optimizing institutional student aid funds, and minimizing institutional costs are necessary in this role.  The Director of Financial Aid will provide administrative oversight of financial aid operations, including:

  • Ensuring timely, accurate delivery of aid;
  • Monitoring special circumstance appeals, satisfactory academic progress appeals, and return of Title IV funds;
  • Monitoring technology system performance and production;  
  • Monitoring security access violations, confidentiality violations; mismanagement;
  • Ensuring monthly and end-of-year reconciliations of the Federal, State, and institutional funds, based on federal definition of reconciliation;
  • Ensuring timely Federal, State, and institutional reporting;  
  • Developing and implementing initiatives to enhance and support collaboration with other offices particularly, Enrollment (Admissions), Business Office (Financial Reporting and Student Accounts), and Registrar;
  • Promoting the delivery of student-centered services and excellent customer service;
  • Monitoring default rate and initiatives to manage student indebtedness and collections;
  • Monitoring incidences of misrepresentation and fraud; investigate and report suspected fraud to the institution and the Office of the Inspector General (for Federal and State funds);
  • Developing strategic initiatives to enhance processing operations and services;
  • Managing office budget and resource allocation; recommending expenditures and savings that are cost effective and enhance productivity and service.

Education and Experience Required:

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution required (Master’s preferred), and 7 years financial aid administrative experience, or any combination of relevant education and experience;
  • Demonstrate progressive leadership, administrative, systems, and staff management effectiveness in the field of financial aid, excellent knowledge of student aid regulations, critical thinking skills, technology orientation, ability to work collegially and collaboratively across the institution and with all student aid related entities and servicers, and excellent orientation to student-centered customer service;
  • Familiarity with awarding strategies for enrollment and net revenue generation in a private not-for-profit college setting, including understanding of pricing and leveraging model strategies;
  • Ability to function as a team player in a complex academic and business environment;
  • Capacity to work under pressure, meet deadlines and respond to multiple constituent demands;
  • Experience with Banner or similar system, including ability to train individuals in critical functions.

Successful completion of a pre-employment background check is required.

This is a full-time, salaried position.  Days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.  This position regularly requires long hours and possible weekend work.  Travel is primarily local during the business day, although some out-of-area and overnight travel may be expected.

The main campus of The College of New Rochelle is located in Westchester County, 16 miles from Manhattan, and is easily accessible via public transportation.  The College also has campuses located across the NYC area.  To apply for this position, submit your letter of interest, resume and the contact information for three professional references to Thomas Cunningham, Vice President for Finance and Administration of The College of New Rochelle, at TCunningham@CNR.edu.  

 

COLLEGE ADVANCEMENT STAFF ASSISTANT

Reports to:     Director of Advancement Services (DAS)

Functional Relationships:  College Advancement Staff, other campus offices

The Assistant provides secretarial and administrative assistance to the Director of Advancement Services in preparing letters, reports, trip itineraries and other clerical services as requested.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Provide secretarial and administrative assistance to the Director of Advancement Services as requested.
  2. Assist DAS with all events including queries from Raisers Edge, invitation lists, printing/mailing invitations, research venues, tracking responses, name tags.
  3. Produce donor mailings and mail merges in support of the cultivation and solicitation of gifts and other donor stewardship activities.
  4. Process mail, handle phone calls and inquiries, bio filing, schedule meetings and appointments as requested.
  5. Type, edit, proofread and update correspondence, proposals, meeting agendas and minutes.
  6. Learn and use Raiser’s Edge NXTsoftware to prepare basic queries, reports and profiles, become proficient in merging data and letters, maintain/update computer data as necessary.
  7. Research travel arrangements; prepare trip itineraries.
  8. Prepare purchase orders, check requests and expense reports, track budgets, process orders for CA departmental office supplies.
  9. Assist with departmental needs as requested.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  To apply, please email resume to: Linda Grande at lgrande@cnr.edu

ENROLLMENT COORDINATOR

The College of New Rochelle is looking for an Enrollment Coordinator to join their team! The role is responsible for all phases of recruitment, application file review, special event coordination, and yield activities across all areas of the College’s Enrollment Division.

Primary responsibilities:

  • Communicates on a regular basis with prospective students (graduate, adult learners, undergraduate) depending upon the particular area of need/ focus
  • Interacts with the high school guidance community, community college transfer advisors, and covers recruitment assignments for the College’s undergraduate, graduate and off campus programs of study
  • Works in cooperation with the enrollment staff along with other college personnel, including honors, academic, financial aid and athletic offices, to facilitate enrollment

 The College of New Rochelle, founded in 1904, is today comprised of four schools and six locations in Westchester and the NYC metropolitan area, serving a diverse population of 3,500 women and men in undergraduate and graduate programs of study.  The main campus of the College is located on a beautiful suburban setting in New Rochelle, 16 miles north of midtown Manhattan and is easily accessible by car or public transportation.  The College offers a competitive salary and benefits include health insurance, a retirement plan with TIAA-CREF, a state-of-the-art Wellness Center,  liberal vacation, and tuition remission.

The College of New Rochelle is a Catholic college in the Ursuline tradition, and we welcome applicants from all backgrounds who can contribute to our unique educational mission. To learn more about the College, visit our website at www.cnr.edu.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  To apply, please email resume with salary requirements to: Geri Caggiano at gcaggiano@cnr.edu.

No phone calls, please; candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.

The College of New Rochelle, an equal employment opportunity employer (Females/Minorities/Protected Veterans/Disabled), values the diversity of our workforce and the knowledge of our people.

 

SENIOR ACCOUNTANT

The College of New Rochelle seeks a Senior Accountant who, under minimal supervision, will assist with month-end closings, the annual audit process, prepare reconciliations of general ledger accounts, and help maintain the integrity of the College’s general ledger, financial reports and internal controls.  The Senior Accountant will also prepare financial reports and audit support work papers for federal grants, and contribute as a team member to the Controller’s Office operations, including risk management, purchasing, accounts receivables, accounts payable and payroll.

 

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Prepare and record account journal entries.  Research, respond to, and resolve general ledger account inquiries from budget supervisors.
  • Reconcile and balance general ledger and subsidiary accounts.  Perform monthly analysis of various general ledger accounts to ensure that account balances are recorded properly, making corrections on a timely basis.
  • Maintain the general ledger system, including establishing new GL accounts, opening and closing fiscal periods in the system, and other tasks. 
  • Perform monthly bank reconciliations.
  • Coordinate preparation for annual financial audits with Controller. Compile information and prepare schedules for the year-end audits.  Assist with the preparation of year-end work papers, financial statements, and footnotes.
  • Compile information and assist in the preparation of the annual 990 tax-return work papers.
  • Develop, recommend, and implement policies and procedures to improve customer service and ensure the effectiveness of all internal controls and operations.

Other Responsibilities:

  • Assist with the preparation of external regulatory reporting requirements, including 1099s, 1099Ks, 1098-Ts and 1042s.
  • Provide back-up support to the Controller as needed.
  • Participate in special projects.
  • Perform professional and administrative duties assigned, as appropriate, by the Controller in addition to the delineated responsibilities.

Education and Experience Required:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting/Finance or related field from an accredited institution required (M.B.A. preferred), and 2 years professional experience (higher education setting preferred) or any combination of relevant education and experience;
  • Knowledge of financial accounting systems and other technical accounting skills;
  • Excellent computer skills: Microsoft Excel (v-lookups and pivot tables), Word, PowerPoint, Microsoft Office. 
  • Proficiency in Banner and ARGOS report writer a must.       
  • Able to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, with diverse populations.
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a shared services model.
  • Work experience either as an auditor or an accountant for a non-profit organization preferred.

Successful completion of a pre-employment background check and ability to obtain a Fidelity Bond are required.

This is a full-time, salaried position.  Days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.  This position regularly requires long hours and weekend work.  

The main campus of The College of New Rochelle is located in Westchester County, 16 miles from Manhattan, and is easily accessible via public transportation.  The College also has campuses located across the NYC area.  To apply for this position, submit your letter of interest, resume and the contact information for three professional references to Michael O’Donnell, CPA, Controller of The College of New Rochelle, at modonnell@cnr.edu.

 

LEARNING COMMONS LIBRARIAN – Coop City Campus

Gill Library at The College of New Rochelle invites applications for the position of Learning Commons Librarian at our Co-op City Campus in the Bronx. This full-time, FIPSE grant-funded position is available immediately through September 30, 2018. Reporting to the Dean of the Library, the Learning Commons Librarian will work with library colleagues and campus-wide partners to implement and maintain strategic and operative plans for the Gill Library Learning Commons. With a welcoming virtual and physical presence, the Library Learning Commons will provide a space for students to gain and practice skills vital to academic success. The Learning Commons Librarian explore innovative ways of providing research, information, and digital literacy instruction across campus and be eager to collaborate with other librarians, faculty, students and staff to foster student success.

Responsibilities

  • Participate in the design and implementation of programs, initiatives, and outreach activities at the library learning commons, college, and beyond.
  • Participate in the development and implementation of the strategic and operative plans for the Library Learning Commons
  • Establish and promote teaching and learning support programs in collaboration with colleagues in the library and across campus
  • Pursue opportunities for library involvement in campus-wide learning support programs and participate in the coordination of the integration of these programs into the Learning Commons
  • Collaborate with existing staff to conduct marketing and outreach programs for the Library Learning Commons
  • Teach in-person and virtual information literacy sessions, 2 credit Research and Information Literacy course, and support modules utilizing student-centered and outcomes-based pedagogy.
  • Participate in embedded librarianship project related to MURAL initiative
  • Partner with librarians, faculty, and learning commons staff to create innovative and meaningful learning opportunities for students, including those related to digital projects.
  • Provide research guidance to students and faculty both individually and in groups
  • Other duties as assigned by administration.

Qualifications

Minimum Qualifications:

 

Master’s degree in Library Science from an ALA-accredited program; several years of progressively responsible experience in a public-services focused library environment; knowledge and understanding of technology and its applications to libraries and other learning environments; strong commitment to outreach and student engagement; excellent oral and written communication skills; strong collaborative leadership and project management skills and experience; commitment to building diversity; flexibility and the capacity to embrace change and to work in a continuously changing environment.

Preferred Qualifications:

Previous experience in a learning/information commons environment; familiarity with the assessment of public services; experience with space planning and development; experience working in grant environment;

To apply, please send one PDF attachment, that includes letter of interest (addressed to Dean Ana E. Fontoura), C.V., and the contact information for three references who can speak to your professional qualifications, to:

Ms. Brunie Lopez
Secretary to the Dean, Gill Library The College of New Rochelle
29 Castle Place
>New Rochelle, New York 10805-2339 Email: blopez@cnr.edu

Electronic submissions are preferred.

 

This position is subject to successful completion of background checks.

ACCESS SERVICES LIBRARIAN

The College of New Rochelle invites applications for the position of Access Services Librarian at The Mother Irene Gill Library.  This is a tenure-track, 12 month faculty position available immediately.  Reporting to the Dean of the Library, the Access Services Librarian is responsible for all matters affecting public services and policies, performs a variety of managerial and operational duties that requires knowledge of library systems and procedures that provide access to the collection and assist students in the use of library resources and services.  This highly visible position involves actively assisting library patrons and monitoring multiple library functions.

PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (list is intended to be descriptive rather than inclusive):

  • Manage all Access Services functions including circulation, reserves and inter-library loan using the Library’s integrated library system, OCLC, and related systems
  • Communicates and enforces the department’s policies and procedures
  • Maintains patron database in library management system
  • Hires, supervises, trains and evaluates the department’s full time employees and adjuncts
  • Responsible for scheduling all part time assistants, evening and weekend staff assigned to the Access Services department
  • Provides leadership and regular training sessions for circulation staff (all campuses) and also conducts workshops for students in the use of library applications
  • Participates in the evaluation and review of new work processes and tools
  • Assesses current services and identifies improvements by analyzing user data and national academic library trends
  • Compiles statistics, analyzes data, and prepares reports relating to areas of responsibility in support of departmental and library goals
  • Provides leadership in identifying and adapting technology to department needs
  • Oversees stack maintenance, inventory projects and general participation in collection development activities
  • Provides input on all Access Services Policies and issues to the Dean
  • Participates in Library and College Committees
  • Provides research support to students and faculty in academic departments and schools through consultations, instruction sessions, and in-person and virtual reference services
  •  Works with vendors or other units that support library operations, such as collection development, Library IT, facilities maintenance, and security
  •  Participates in professional activities outside of CNR and monitors developments and best practices elsewhere to help ensure the excellence of CNR’s collections and research support services
  • Conducts general library tours, participates in Orientation sessions and serves as Personal Librarian to first year students
  • Expected to participate and contribute to the professional growth and development of the College community as per the Faculty Handbook
  • Participate in the ongoing development of  a robust library information literacy program

 

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master’s degree in Library and Information Science from an A.L.A. accredited institution
  • Ability to deliver and promote excellent customer service
  • Supervisory and training experience
  • Experience with online public access catalogs, ILL functions, basic copyright law, and policies and procedures related to public service, print and electronic resources
  • Sensitivity to working in a diverse work environment
  • Ability to solve problems effectively and exercise good judgment
  • Adaptable, flexible and strong organizational skills
  • Ability to function both as a team member and a team leader
  • Technological proficiency

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Second subject Master’s degree preferred
  • Experience with Innovative Interfaces Inc., Banner, OCLC and Springshare products
  • Previous academic library experience

To apply, please send one PDF attachment that includes letter of interest (addressed to Dean Ana E. Fontoura), C.V., and the contact information for three references who can speak to your professional qualifications, to:

Ms. Brunie Lopez
Secretary to the Dean, Gill Library
The College of New Rochelle
29 Castle Place
New Rochelle, New York  10805-2339
Email: blopez@cnr.edu

Electronic submissions only.  This position is subject to successful completion of background checks.

The College of New Rochelle is a Catholic college in the Ursuline tradition and we welcome applicants from all backgrounds who can contribute to our unique educational mission.  To learn more about the College, please visit our website at: www.cnr.edu

ADJUNCT LEARNING COMMONS LIBRARIAN

The Gill Library at The College of New Rochelle in New Rochelle, NY is seeking a service oriented individual to fill the position of Adjunct Learning Commons Librarian, to work part time (18 hours/week) at our Rosa Parks and Brooklyn campuses (2 days at each campus). This FIPSE grant funded position is available immediately and expires on September 30, 2019. Reporting to the Library Learning Commons Coordinator, the candidate will work closely with Learning Commons and Library Staff.

The Adjunct Learning Commons Librarian works to provide direct public service and student assistance in the Learning Commons, including policy explanations. S/he must be well versed in all computer applications used in the Library Learning Commons, and troubleshoots problems encountered by Library users. S/he supports the Librarians and provides assistance to all users.                                                                   

Responsibilities include:

  • Reference Services (in person including assistance with all print and electronic resources and services as well as virtual reference using AskUs 24/7)
  • Library Instruction sessions and Workshops as needed
  • In the absence of other administrators or full-time librarians, the Adjunct Learning Commons Librarian is responsible for the overall supervision of the Library Learning Commons operations including supervision of staff and student assistants.
  • Collaborate with Librarians to promote library resources and services to students
  • Other duties as assigned related to the support of student academic success

The Adjunct Reference Librarian will consistently demonstrate:

  • Thorough knowledge of all library resources and services
  • Motivation and productive work habits
  • Commitment to excellence as expressed in the College mission, vision and values
  • A positive, cooperative and supportive attitude toward others
  • Commitment to learning
  • Punctuality
  • Reliability when performing assigned tasks

Requirements: An ALA-accredited Masters in Library Science.  Academic library experience preferred.  The position may include evening and weekend hours and is available immediately.

Send letter of interest addressed to Dean Ana Fontoura, along with resume and 3 references as PDF attachments to: Ms. Brunie Lopez, Secretary to the Dean, Gill Library, The College of New Rochelle, 29 Castle Place, New Rochelle, NY 10805 blopez@cnr.edu

The College of New Rochelle is a Catholic college in the Ursuline tradition and we welcome applicants from all backgrounds who will contribute to our unique educational mission. To learn more about Gill Library and The College of New Rochelle, visit our website at: www.cnr.edu.

ASSISTANT REGISTRAR FOR TRANSCRIPT EVALUATION AND REQUEST PROCESSING

The College of New Rochelle seeks applicants who are interested in performing transcript evaluations for transfer admission into the College. This position requires an individual who is detail oriented, inquisitive, and analytically oriented to solve sometimes-complex transcript problems and make sound evaluation decisions. Strong technical and computer competence to work with transcript evaluation software used to guide transcript evaluation is necessary. The ability to work independently but efficiently and the ability to interact positively with students about transfer credit issues is essential.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Experience working with faculty/staff/students from post-secondary institutions
  •  Knowledge of program or project planning and implementation
  • Experience developing and evaluating policies and procedures
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to analyze data and draw conclusions
  • Knowledge of NY State regulations and ability to interpret them
  • Two-years of experience working in an admission/registrar office in a post-secondary institution (desired)  One year of experience performing actual college/university transcript evaluation (desired)
  • Experience with transcript evaluation software (TES) (preferred)
  • Knowledge of Banner (preferred)

Specialized Skills: Effective knowledge of university programs and policies. Ability to work both independently and in a team environment. Candidate needs to be a self-motivated leader with a strong work ethic.
Functional Relationships: Maintain regular contact with Deans concerning equivalencies, articulation agreements, student questions, and preliminary transcript equivalencies. Broaden procedures and safeguards for capturing more equivalencies in Banner and publishing them to the web. Work with the academic community to design efficient and effective transfer tools and products. Respond to our advisors and inquiries from other colleges concerning equivalencies.
Performance Measures:
Volume, accuracy and turnaround time as determined by management.

Major Responsibilities:


Transcript evaluation:

  • Determine if institutions are accredited; evaluate transfer transcript coursework for CNR equivalencies and award credits
  • Be familiar with country equivalencies differences and accreditation of institutions
  • Develop a library of materials & training manuals
  • Provide preliminary transcript evaluations for applicant, students and agents when requested
  • Develop specialized program plans for dual degrees with international colleges

Supervision & Training:

  • Train and supervise staff in transcript equivalency data entry and transfer processing
  • Train Divisions and campus community in transcript equivalency data entry
  • Ensure that all departments conform to established policies and timelines
  •  Develop a detailed Training and Procedures manual for transcript data entry

Communication Management:

  • Integrate transcript evaluation into communication e-mail tracks.
  •  Establish new transfer admission tracks for domestic and international students while working with New Student Recruitment and International Programs.  Maintain regular contact with Deans’ offices concerning equivalencies, articulation agreements, student questions, preliminary transcript equivalencies  Broaden procedures and safeguards for capturing more equivalencies for our internal transcript evaluation systems, including any software program utilized

Transfer Recruitment:

  •  Visit other colleges and develop a comprehensive set of procedures that complement/enhance recruitment efforts for transfer students (e.g. increase equivalencies from colleges, expand web usage as a transfer tool, incorporate program evaluation into transfer process.)
  • Attend on- and off-campus transfer days in conjunction with campus recruiters Records Management
  • Scan and file all other documents
  • Pull and search unknown transcripts
  • Identify missing or errant transcripts

 

To apply, please send cover letter of interest and current resume, with the contact information for 3 references who can speak to your professional qualifications, to:
 Mr. Roger Croft Registrar The College of New Rochelle 29 Castle Place New Rochelle, New York 10805 Email: rcroft@cnr.edu


Deadline for application is February 1, 2018 and review of applications will begin immediately. Selected candidates will be contacted. Candidate confidentiality will be respected and references will not be contacted without prior knowledge and approval of candidates.

 

E-COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER/ALUMNAE/I COORDINATOR

Reports to:  Director of Annual Giving and Alumnae/i Relations

Functional Relationships: VPCA; Director of College Relations; Director of Advancement Services; Assistant Director of Alumnae/i Relations

Position Summary:  As an integral part the College Advancement team, the primary function is to manage the day-to-day communications responsibilities for the office. This includes responsibility for creating clear, easy-to-navigate, informative, well designed, and highly functional e-communications as well as disseminating institutional news and events, overseeing event promotion, maintaining website content, managing social media presence, and responding to incoming communications requests. This position will spend approximately 60% of his/her time on E-communications and 40% on alumnae/i relations activities.

Responsibilities

 E-Communications

  • Development and implement an e-communications plan for the alumnae/i website, social media and e-mail. 
  • Manage and develop content for all e-mail marketing e-communications, create e-mail templates, manage distribution of electronic newsletters.
  • Maintain current content on the alumnae/i website through iModules platform.
  • Utilize iModules for deployment of e-mail and e-communications to promote the College’s advancement goals, news and events to encourage Alumnae/i engagement.
  • Responsible for customer service, analysis of metrics, production of reports and providing recommendations based on information gathered.
  • Ensure data integrity with Raiser’s Edge and work with iMoudules for upgrades/installation of new modules and/or re-design as needed.
  •  Remain current on trends and best practices in e-communications and solicitations.
  • Serve as liaison to Director of College Relations for the compilation and distribution of College related news and information to Alumnae/i through social media, website updates and e-communication.
Alumnae/i Coordinator
  • Cultivate, engage and reconnect with distinctive groups of alumnae/i through focused and targeted programming.
  • Assist in designing activities and coordinating events to increase visibility of all alumnae/i related activities particularly the Alumnae/i Board in connection with programming and recruitment subcommittees in addition Alumnae/i College activities.
  • Represent College Advancement and Alumnae/i Relations at on and off campus programming.

Job Requirements

  • Full-time position
  • Must have strong written and verbal communication skills; be highly organized, detail oriented
  • Ability to work evenings and weekends as needed
  • Must demonstrate strong multi-tasking capabilities and have the ability to work within tight timelines and adapt to changing priorities
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to establish and form relationships with a wide variety of College students, faculty and staff

Experience/Education

  • Bachelor’s degree in related field
  • 3-5 years of experience (higher education experience a plus)
  • Experience producing a variety of content for print, web, social media, etc.
  • Strong marketing principles, concepts, strategies and best practices in communications
  • Thorough knowledge of Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge,HTML, XHTML, and CSS, iModules, Applications and web based tools for image handling, print and online publishing

     

    Will be subject to a complete background check

    To apply for this position, submit your letter of interest and resume to Jennifer Mahoney, Director Annual Giving and Alumni Relations at jmahoney@cnr.edu

    The main campus of The College of New Rochelle is located in Westchester County, 16 miles from Manhattan, and is easily accessible via public transportation.  The College also has campuses located across the NYC area.

ONLINE TEACHING AND LEARNING COORDINATOR

The eLearning and Instructional Technology Department invites applications for the position of Online Teaching and Learning Coordinator, and this full-time professional staff level position is available beginning August 24, 2015.  If you are conversant with current technology trends, issues and best practices in instructional design in higher education, are able to design content and activities to enhance interaction in the online learning environment, and would enjoy working with faculty and students to engage them in online teaching and learning, then we want you to join our team.

The Online Teaching and Learning Coordinator will serve as instructional designer, working in a consultant role with faculty to support the use of our Canvas LMS for face-to-face, hybrid and fully online courses.  She or he will research, analyze and support the implementation of online learning and the use of instructional technology, and will collaborate with the Director of eLearning, deans and academic colleagues to support the development of policies and practices for online learning initiatives at the College.  The Coordinator will also participate in the development and implementation of a comprehensive training program focusing on best practices in online learning and assessment.  This will include online and hands-on faculty workshops in such areas as educational theories, educational technology, online learning strategies, and student support mechanisms.  The Coordinator will also partner with Information Systems and other colleagues across the College to ensure that students and faculty in hybrid and online courses have appropriate levels of support through access to network resources.  This may require occasional evening and weekend hours.

The successful candidate will possess the Bachelor's degree in instructional design, instructional technology or related field and experience working with learning management systems, and at least one year of experience working with faculty in a higher education setting, or any combination of relevant education and experience.  She or he will have experience with various instructional platforms used in online learning and will be able to design content and activities to enhance interaction in the online learning environment, and also develop and conduct online faculty workshops.  Familiarity with learning management systems, Microsoft Office, Skype, Adobe Professional, HTML editors, digital graphics and other instructional software is required.  Higher education experience with Canvas LMS, knowledge of Tegrity or other lecture capture systems, and experience designing courses for delivery in an asynchronous format is preferred.   We're looking for a colleague who has excellent interpersonal skills and can work independently and as part of a team to support our faculty and students.

The College of New Rochelle was founded in 1904 as the first Catholic college for women in New York State.  Today the College is comprised of four schools and six campuses and we serve a diverse student population of 3,400 women and men in undergraduate and graduate programs of study.  The main campus of the College is located on a beautiful suburban campus 16 miles north of midtown Manhattan and is easily accessible by car or public transportation.  A Catholic college in the Ursuline tradition, we welcome applicants from all backgrounds who can contribute to our unique educational mission. 

The College provides a competitive salary and benefits include health insurance, a retirement plan with TIAA-CREF, a credit union, state-of-the-art Wellness Center, liberal vacation and tuition remission.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  To apply, please send letter of interest, current resume, and the contact information for 3 references who can speak to your professional qualifications, to:

Emory Craig
Director of eLearning
The College of New Rochelle
29 Castle Place
New Rochelle, New York  10805
Email: ecraig@cnr.edu.

Only electronic submissions will be accepted.

ADMINISTRATIVE ADVISOR

The College of New Rochelle invites applications for the position of Administrative Advisor.

Responsibilities

  1. Academic Advisement Specialist to all Students
  • assist students with academic advisement;
  • assuring accurate and timely course selection and registration;
  • with full-time faculty, serve as gatekeeper to English core courses;
  • assure proper sequence enrollment of students who do not pass prerequisite courses;
  • gain thorough knowledge of upcoming SNR credit model adjustment and support development;
  • execution of campus communications and plans that ensure student understanding and adoption of new model.
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  1.  Primary Administrative At-Risk/Intervention Staff Person
  • assure timely completion of all course midterm evaluations; assess all course midterm evaluations and identify students at risk;
  • coordinate, as needed, with adjunct faculty, full time faculty and the Director of Student Success to assure effective “in-semester” academic interventions; oversee and prepare all mitigation packets and close loop between campus and Dean’s office;
  • exclusively advise students in mitigation and students with active academic plans.
  1. Assist Director and full-time faculty in semester course planning process and maintain and revise course entry and cancellation forms.
  2. Assist with key campus data entry functions, including maintenance and cleansing of course enrollment rosters, proactive attendance monitoring (identifying at-risk students based on attendance), and collection and maintenance of all campus attendance data, registration advisement forms.
  3. Assist campus administrative office with reception and clerical functions, as needed.
  4. Serve on school wide Advisement Committee and/or Student Support Services Committee.

Knowledge and Skills

  • master’s degree required
  • minimum of two years teaching experience at the college level
  • academic administration experience is preferred
  • experience working with adult learners
  • trouble-shooter/problem solver, and solution focused
  • courteous and works well under pressure

A letter of application, resume, and contact information for 3 references who can speak to the candidate’s professional qualifications should be e-mailed to: 

Andrew Baker
Director, John Cardinal O’Connor Campus
abaker@cnr.edu

Joseph Sabado
Director, Rosa Parks Campus
jsabado@cnr.edu

No phone calls, please.  Selected candidates will be contacted.

School of Arts & Sciences

BIOLOGY – ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

The College of New Rochelle’s School of Arts and Sciences invites applications for a full-time, one-year faculty appointment, with the possibility for renewal, at the rank of Assistant Professor, in the Department of Biology, beginning fall 2018. The faculty member will be asked to teach anatomy and physiology for nursing students and biology majors; and Concepts in Biology for nursing students. The successful candidate should have a doctorate in Biology or equivalent with a strong record of teaching undergraduates with diverse learning styles.

The College of New Rochelle is an independent college in the Ursuline Catholic tradition, and welcomes applicants from all backgrounds who can contribute to our educational mission.  The School of Arts and Sciences has a strong liberal arts tradition and serves a diverse population of undergraduate men and women.  The College is located on a beautiful suburban campus 14 miles north of Manhattan, easily accessible by car or public transportation.

Review of applications will begin on March 1, 2018 and continue until the position is filled.  Applicants should submit a cover letter, a curriculum vita, a statement of teaching philosophy and three letters of recommendation that directly address the candidate’s teaching ability.  Please include the position title in the subject line of your email and include your last name in the file name of all attached files, e.g., Smith_CV, Smith_CoverLetter, etc.

 

Email applications to:

naturalsciences@cnr.edu

Subject: Biology Assistant Professor

 

 

 

 

School of Nursing & Healthcare Professions

FACULTY POSITIONS – PEDIATRICS/CHILD/ADOLESCENT HEALTH and ADULT HEALTH/MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING

The School of Nursing & Healthcare Professions (SNH) at The College of New Rochelle invites applications for 2 full-time tenure-track faculty or non-tenure track positions in Pediatrics/Child/Adolescent Health and Medical/Surgical Nursing. Previous undergraduate teaching are highly desired and the ability to serve as Course Chair and Clinical Coordinator is required.

The FNP adjunct position requires previous graduate teaching in an FNP program or advanced health assessment, Board Certification, and an active practice to maintain board certification. Candidates must be eligible for licensure as an RN in New York, and doctoral preparation or significant progress toward the doctorate is desired, but not required. A Master’s in Nursing, at minimum, is required.

Adjunct faculty interested in teaching classroom theory (or clinical teaching) in our 10 week summer session on a regular basis are asked to submit a cv or resume with cover letter to Michele Brucale-Paulis at mpaulisbrucale@cnr.edu,  Summer teaching (classroom and clinical) is needed regularly in Health Assessment, Adult/Gerontology I,II (general Med/Surg & Gero), Adult/Gerontology III (Acute Care & Acute Geriatric Care), Pediatrics, Women’s Health/Maternity, & Community Health. Clinical adjunct teaching is also available in these specialties each Fall and Spring.

The College of New Rochelle is located on a beautiful suburban campus in southern Westchester County, 16 miles north of midtown Manhattan, and is easily accessible by car or public transportation. The School of Nursing & Healthcare Professions is one of four schools of the College and serves a diverse population of women and men in undergraduate and graduate programs of study. All programs are offered on the main campus in New Rochelle with some course assignments in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Harlem, and in lower Manhattan. A Catholic college in the Ursuline tradition, we welcome applicants from all backgrounds who can contribute to our unique educational mission. To learn more about the School of Nursing and Healthcare Professions, please visit our website at: www.cnr.edu

The College offers a competitive salary and benefits include health insurance, a retirement plan with TIAA-CREF, a credit union, state-of-the-art Wellness Center, and tuition remission.

Applications for each FT faculty position will begin immediately and a review of applications will continue until the positions are filled. To assure consideration for either position, please send a cover letter of interest and current CV, and the contact information for 3 references who can speak to your professional qualifications, including your teaching ability, to: Michele Brucale-Paulis at mpaulisbrucale@cnr.edu

 

FACULTY POSITION – PEDIATRICS/CHILD/ADOLESCENT HEALTH AND SUMMER ADJUNCT TEACHING

Dean H. Michael Dreher of the School of Nursing & Healthcare Professions (SNH) invites applications for a full-time tenure-track faculty or non-tenure track position in Pediatrics/Child/Adolescent Health available September, 1, 2017.  Previous undergraduate teaching and simulation experience are highly desired and the ability to serve as Course Chair and Clinical Coordinator of Pediatrics is required.  Candidates must be eligible for licensure as an RN in New York, and doctoral preparation or significant progress toward the doctorate is desired, but not required. A Master’s in Nursing, at minimum, is required. Adjunct faculty interested in teaching classroom theory (or clinical teaching) in our 10 week summer session on a regular basis are asked to submit a cv or resume with cover letter to Harriet Rothman RN, BSN, Coordinator of Undergraduate Clinical Placements at hrothman@cnr.edu. Summer teaching (classroom and clinical) is needed regularly in Adult/Gerontology I (general Med/Surg & Gero), Adult/Gerontology III (Acute Care & Acute Geriatric Care), Pediatrics, Women’s Health/Maternity, & Community Health,

The College of New Rochelle is located on a beautiful suburban campus in southern Westchester County, 16 miles north of midtown Manhattan, and is easily accessible by car or public transportation. The School of Nursing & Healthcare Professions is one of four schools of the College and serves a diverse population of women and men in undergraduate and graduate programs of study. All programs are offered on the main campus in New Rochelle with some course assignments in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Harlem, and in lower Manhattan.  A Catholic college in the Ursuline tradition, we welcome applicants from all backgrounds who can contribute to our unique educational mission.  To learn more about the School of Nursing and Healthcare Professions, please visit our website at: www.cnr.edu

The College offers a competitive salary and benefits include health insurance, a retirement plan with TIAA-CREF, a credit union, state-of-the-art Wellness Center, and tuition remission.

Applications will begin on March 3-April 14, 2017, and a review of applications will continue until the position is filled.  To apply, please send a letter of interest and current CV, and the contact information for 3 references who can speak to your professional qualifications, including your teaching ability, to:

Ms. Michele Paulis-Brucale
Executive Assistant to the SNH Faculty Search Committee
School of Nursing & Healthcare Professions
The College of New Rochelle
29 Castle Place
New Rochelle, New York  10805
Email: mpaulisbrucale@cnr.edu

All submissions must be in electronic format.

Questions and inquiries regarding the position (no applications) can be emailed to:  Dr. Deb Hunt, Associate Professor and Chair, 2017 Nursing Search Committee, at: dhunt@cnr.edu.

No phone calls, please; selected candidates will be contacted.

School of New Resources

ADJUNCT FACULTY, ALL AREAS

The School of New Resources seeks adjunct faculty for its NYC and New Rochelle campuses.  The School offers a BA degree in the Liberal Arts to adult learners.  We have six campuses:  New Rochelle, Coop City and the John Cardinal O’Connor campuses in the Bronx, the Rosa Parks Campus in Harlem, Lower Manhattan at DC 37 Union Headquarters, and at Restoration Plaza in Brooklyn.

We are seeking instructors in all areas of the Liberal Arts:  English Composition, Developmental Writing, the Humanities, Communication, Mathematics, History/Philosophy of Science, Philosophy, Religious Studies, Literature, American Studies, Psychology (especially CASAC certified), Sociology and the social sciences, general Liberal Arts Studies, Urban Studies, etc.  We are also seeking instructors in some professional areas, including Health Care Administration, Labor Studies, and Criminal Justice.

Our classes meet once per week and are offered in the morning (generally 10am – 2pm) and evening (6 – 10pm.)

Applicants must have at least a Master’s degree in the area in which they wish to teach, and be comfortable with adult learners and a non-traditional program.  Positions are available for all upcoming semesters.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until all of the available positions are filled. To apply, please send cover letter and resume to:

Dr. Louis deSalle
Associate Dean for Curriculum and Instruction
School of New Resources
The College of New Rochelle
55 Leland Avenue
New Rochelle, New York  10805
Fax: (914) 654-5664
Email: ldesalle@cnr.edu.

Email is preferred.  No phone calls, please;  selected candidates will be contacted.

Please indicate in your cover letter your highest degree and the academic area in which your degree was granted.  Also please include a preferred campus location and area of instruction.

The College of New Rochelle is a Catholic college in the Ursuline tradition and we welcome applicants from all backgrounds who can contribute to our unique educational mission.

Graduate School

ASSISTANT OR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

The College of New Rochelle seeks applications for a tenure track position in the Master of Public Administration (MPA) program.  The position is available January 1, 2018, with a later start if necessary.  This position will be primarily based out of our Harlem campus at 125th Street and will have some responsibility on the New Rochelle campus as needed.

Responsibilities include teaching, program administration, student advisement, collaboration with faculty and staff across the college, curriculum development and outreach.  Candidates with a Ph.D. in Public Administration or a closely related field are encouraged to apply.  Candidates who are ABD will also be considered for this position.  Completion of a Master of Public Administration degree and/or relevant public or non-profit experience is desirable.

Send electronic letter of application, CV and three letters of recommendation to the MPA Search Committee at mpasearch@cnr.edu.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

This position is subject to successful completion of background checks.

The College of New Rochelle is a Catholic college in the Ursuline tradition and we welcome applicants from all backgrounds who can contribute to our unique educational mission. To learn more about the College, please visit our website at: www.cnr.edu.

The College of New Rochelle is an EO/Affirmative Action Employer with a strong institutional commitment to diversity.